Medical Malpractice Settlements

Written by Jen Nichol
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Plaintiffs often have to wait a long time, months or ever years, to receive their medical malpractice settlements. In the meantime, the plaintiff may experience financial hardship, often forcing them to settle too soon, for less than they deserve. Settlement loans, which are available to plaintiffs of injury cases, can help them to keep their heads above water as they pursue litigation.

Medical malpractice settlements often involve a defendant who has very deep pockets, and far greater resources, typically, than the plaintiff. This often proves to be burdensome to the plaintiff, who cannot continue to pursue litigation as it is dragged out interminably. However, there are financial resources available to plaintiffs in this position.

Cash for Plaintiffs in Medical Malpractice Settlements

Litigation financial services loan plaintiffs money against their settlement. If the plaintiff loses the case, they do not have to repay the loan. In this way, a plaintiff can get the financial support they need without going into debt.

Medical malpractice settlements are just one area of law in which the plaintiff can benefit from litigation financial services. Other areas of injury law in which this is a viable resource include wrongful death lawsuits, nursing home cases, sexual harassment suits, and others. Plaintiffs in injury cases now have a financial resource to help them stay committed to their case.


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