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Medical Malpractice Pre-Settlement Lawsuit Loans
Lawsuit funding provider for personal injury plaintiffs
Get the cash you need before your case finally settles from a nationally recognized legal lender.
Better Rates For Borrowers
The rates we offer on lawsuit loans are competitvely priced—balancing the best interest for our investors and helping clients secure maximum recovery.
No Risk To Clients
This type of lending is risk-free! We don't run your credit so your score won't drop. No upfront fees or out of pocket cost. Plus, only pay back if you win or settle!
We Work Fast
Why wait days or even a whole week when you can get it much quicker through us. We strive to get the money right in your hands within 24 hours following approval.
Pre-Settlement Lawsuit Loans $1,000 to $100,000:
That's the amount of money you can potentially borrow from your lawsuit while it's pending.
Medical Malpractice Claim
New York, New York
Product Liability Lawsuit
Nursing Home Neglect & Abuse Case
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Wrongful Death Case
Defective Medical Device Lawsuit
Workers Compensation Case
Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Loans
When people require medical care, they often place their trust and well-being in the hands of doctors, surgeons, hospitals, and other medical professionals. There are times when avoidable errors during medical exams and surgical procedures cause serious injuries even fatalities.
Injuries caused to victims of medical malpractice have the potential for causing financial devastation. Loans for medical malpractice lawsuit victims help clients get back on their feet before their cases resolve. Med-mal lawsuit loans are an innovative financial tool that gets you the cash you need today, helping you pay rent, living expenses, and bills while you wait for your case to settle.
We know medicine.
We understand the legalities of malpractice.
We specialize in lawsuit funding.
From as low as $1,000 and as high as $100,000, we provide financial support while you wait for your recovery.
When you're ready to begin, just complete the short form online or call us free of charge and connect with a litigation financing expert.
Qualifying for Lawsuit Loans
Want to know what the requirements are? Continue reading to learn if your case meets the minimum qualifications of a lawsuit loan. To qualify for lawsuit funding, all you need is to have suffered a serious injury because of a negligent third-party and to have hired an attorney to represent you for damages.
You must be 18 years of age or older to apply or qualify. We are unable to fund cases involving minors.
You must live in the United States. However, citizenship is certainly NOT a requirement.
Injury cases as well as fataility claims qualify. Your loss should have been caused by someone else's negligence.
You must have hired an attorney on a contingency fee (lawyer receives a fee only if the case is won) basis.
The Basis of a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit
Doctors have a legal responsibility to provide a certain standard of skill and care to their patients.
Medical negligence is an act or omission by a medical professional that deviates from the accepted medical standard of care.
Medical malpractice occurs when a hospital, doctor or other health care professional, through a negligent act or omission, causes an injury to a patient.
The negligence might be the result of errors in diagnosis, treatment, aftercare, or health management.
I Got Injured...Can I Sue My Doctor
Filing a lawsuit against a doctor (or hospital) is one thing—successfully winning that suit is another. To sue a doctor for malpractice, the plaintiff (injured party bringing the suit) must prove that the doctor’s conduct fell below the standard of care that a reasonable doctor would exercise in a similar situation.
This means that no other reasonable doctor, in a similar situation, would have done what your doctor did.
It doesn’t matter if another doctor would have done something different. Rather, the important issue is whether or not your doctor’s conduct fell below the standard of care for medical malpractice.
How it Works
How does a lawsuit loan work is one of the most common questions from potentially borrowers. A medical malpractice loan is actually a cash advance against any potential settlement from the case. This means that they are contingent upon the existence of a settlement. So, if you don't receive a settlement, then you are not required to repay any of the amount borrowed.
The process of taking out a legal loan can vary from company to company but our financial institution tries our very best to make it easy for you. All you have to do is contact us to apply. Once we receive your request then one of our professionals will immediately reach out to your attorney for some information about the lawsuit.
Lawsuit Loan Process
You Contact Us
Ready to get started: Begin by completing the application online or calling us for free.
We Review Your Case
The second step involves a representative reaching out to your attorney for some basic information.
Money in Your Hands
The last step is we send the funds directly to the client within 24 hours. Conveniently & quickly!
It's Your Lawsuit and Funds
The funds can be sent by money wire, bank deposit, or check through overnight delivery. Clients can use the pre-settlement cash advance to pay for whatever they need until the case is finalized.
Satisfied Customers Nationwide
We are proud to been afforded the opportunity to lend financial support to personal injury victims across America.
☆☆☆☆ Failure to diagnose
The representative was very understanding and she was letting me know exactly how everything would work. After she spoke with my lawyer, the money was in my bank account the next day.
The paralegal assigned to my lawsuit knew I was having money problem so she referred me to your loan company. I’m glad I called. Not being able to return to work has been stressful but this advance gave me the cash I needed to catch up on some of my bills for the time being.
☆☆☆☆ Surgical instrument left
The process was fast, customer service very good, in terms of interest rates actually similar to the two other companies I called prior. I don’t have anything bad to say. If you looking to take out loan on your medical malpractice lawsuit, give this company a call for a cash loan.
Medical Malpractice Pre-Settlement Funding Can Help Level The Scale
The scales of justice in medical malpractice lawsuits typically tip in favor of doctors and their insurance companies. Hospitals and surgeons have the financial resources to hire top medical experts and retain the best attorneys to defend against medical negligence claims.
In stark contrast, when it comes to victims of medical malpractice, they are often at a significant disadvantage in their pursuit for pain and suffering compensation from the negligent defendants.
Injuries from a doctor or medical error can result in disability, loss of income, unusual pain, and suffering and hardship. Pre settlement funding from medical malpractice cases provides the financial support necessary to help cover litigation expenses and pay for living expenses.
Pre-Settlement Loans Relieve the Stress While Fighting Against Insurers
How can you pay the bills while your lawsuit drags? Get instant cash relief with medical malpractice pre-settlement loans from medical malpractice award expected in your case. Apply online or call today for pre settlement loans on med mal claims while these cases litigate.
When it comes to medical malpractice lawsuits, negotiating a settlement is a challenging task for any attorney. Unlike other types of personal injury cases, such as those stemming from slip and falls or car accidents, medical malpractice cases can be subject to specific state laws that could affect the terms of a settlement.
In suit against a doctor, nurse, or hospital, the plaintiff bears the burden of proof. That means your attorney will have to prove by a preponderance of the evidence that the defendant(s) in the case had a professional duty to you as the patient and that the health treatment or advice delivered fell below that which is consistent with these standards.
Medical malpractice lawsuits are extremely expensive to litigate, frequently requiring testimony of numerous medical experts and countless hours of deposition testimony. The plaintiff's attorney will need a medical expert to opine that the care provided was not that which another reasonable healthcare professional would have done, or failed to have done, in the same way as the care provider did. Additionally, the patient must also prove he or she sustained an injury that would not have occurred in the absence of negligence. The condition or prognosis of the patient must have been made worse because of the treatment given.
Types of Medical Errors Eligible for Pre-Settlement Funding
These following types of medical negligence meet minimum threshold to get pre-settlement funding through us:
- Anesthesia error
- Delayed diagnosis
- Emergency room error
- Failure to diagnose a medical condition
- Failure to order proper testing
- Medical device injuries
- Misreading or ignoring laboratory results
- Nursing home abuse & neglect
- Premature discharge
- Prescription error
- Post-surgical infections
- Surgical error
- Surgery performed on the wrong body part
- Surgical instruments left inside of a patient
- Unnecessary surgery
- Wrongful administered prescription or dosage
Questions and Answers
Have your questions answered by the best medical malpractice funding experts today.
What is the rate?
The ("interest") rate or usage fee as it actually is falls between 2.75% - 3.5% (fixed). Right after we speak with your attorney and get some additional information about the case, we will let you know the specific terms you will be assessed. (Be wary of funders advertising unbelievably low rates on lawsuit loans).
Is my attorney cooperation required?
The cooperation of your attorney as it relates to acquiring a lawsuit loan through us cannot be overemphasized. Without your attorney providing us with certain details about the case, we are simply unable to perform our due diligence. Like most other funders, we also require your attorney to sign the agreement acknowledging the advance.
Do you loan funds in my area?
As national lawsuit funding company, we provide pre-settlement lawsuit loans in a vast majority of states with the exception of Arkansas, Colorado, Kentucky, Nebraska, Nevada (call us for an update), North Carolina, South Carolina, and West Virginia (call us for an update).
How much money can I borrow?
Borrowing against a medical negligence case is entirely dependent on the money you’re entitled to get from the medical malpractice lawsuit. A pre-settlement lawsuit loan gets you some of the money you can potentially obtain from the insurance company of the defendant in the lawsuit against the doctor or hospital.
Do you give personal loans?
We do not offer personal loans. That’s not our line of business. As a legal funding company, we provide lawsuit settlement loans for cash strapped litigants while waiting on proceeds from a pending case. The difference between a personal loan and a lawsuit settlement loan is the client can get it without a credit check.
How will I get the money?
How you ultimately get the lawsuit money advance is entirely up to you. We can either arrange to have the money mailed to you (check by overnight delivery), directly deposited into your bank account, or the funds can be wire transferred for immediate pick-up at convenient location in your surrounding area.
What do I need to get approved?
In addition to meeting the minimum underwriting requirements, an expert report from a medical doctor or specialist may also be required for approval. An expert report is a written report prepared by an expert hired by you or your attorney to opine whether or not your injury was the result of medical negligence.
Is it too early in my case to get a loan?
Generally, we are not concerned with how far along your negligence case is. To get a lawsuit loan, your attorney simply needs to have sufficient information about the claim. We are not limited to funding medical malpractice cases in the litigation process. In fact, we can advance settlement loans prior to the filing out a lawsuit.
What if I lose my med mal case?
If you lose you medical malpractice trial or the case doesn’t settle, nothing will happen expect that you can keep the lawsuit cash advance. Repayment is contingent on the plaintiff receiving monetary compensation. So if the case is dismissed on liability, you lose at trial, or the insurance company / defendants does not settle, you can keep the cash loan and owe nothing back.