When a patient suffers injuries due to negligence on the part of medical professionals, the patient can opt to file a personal injury lawsuit against the health care professional(s) and/or hospital. Damages can be sought for medical expenses, lost past and future wages, emotional distress, and pain and suffering. Once the litigation process is underway, the plaintiff can seek litigation funding.
A couple is suing a hospital, citing alleged insufficient measures were taken to prevent the wife’s fall and subsequent brain injury while she was receiving care for another medical issue.
The woman was taken but ambulance to the hospital in September 2014, after an unrelated health emergency at her home. The complaint alleges that shortly after arriving in the ER, the woman fell from either the hospital bed or stretcher. She was found on the floor and later diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury. The lawsuit alleges that hospital staff failed to provide adequate supervision and assistance to prevent the patient from falling.
The plaintiffs request a trial by jury and an undisclosed amount in damages.
If the plaintiffs are in need of financial assistance while waiting for justice to be served, they may wish to consider litigation funding.
Litigation funding is a service that provides plaintiffs with financial assistance to help pay the bills during a lengthy litigious process especially so plaintiffs aren’t forced into settlements too soon, for too little. A lawsuit cash advance from Litigation Funding Corporation is based on case strength and supporting documentation. We have streamlined the funding process so that it is quick, easy, and hassle-free. This means that we can often put the money in the plaintiff’s hands within 24 – 48 hours.
The funding application takes less than five minutes to complete, online or over the phone. There are no up-front charges, no monthly payments, no credit checks, and no employment verification. Best of all, there is no risk! Repayment of the cash advance is contingent upon the outcome of the lawsuit. If the plaintiff loses the case, repayment of the cash advance is completely waived.