Although we rely on medical professionals to heal and save us, sometimes they do not provide the care we expect and deserve. Things we took for granted before, like the ability to walk, eat, or earn a living, can be taken away when a member of the medical profession makes medical mistakes. Medical malpractice lawsuits hold doctors, nurses, hospitals, and medical staff accountable when they do not provide the proper standard of care to patients.
Because doctors and hospitals often have “deep pockets,” they can delay the legal process, forcing low settlements on medical malpractice victims who cannot afford to wait. LawCash can help level the playing field for you by providing medical malpractice lawsuit funding. This type of legal financing can be used to pay bills and expenses while you wait for your case to conclude, keeping you from settling for less than you deserve due to financial stress.
LawCash provides litigation funding in all types of medical malpractice cases, including:
- Failure to diagnose
- Delayed diagnosis
- Prescription errors
- Surgical mistakes
- Birth injury
- Nursing home abuse
- Dangerous drugs
This is not a complete of list medical malpractice lawsuit claims but an illustration of some of the most common types of medical malpractice lawsuits.
If you have filed a malpractice lawsuit, or plan to file one and are represented by an attorney, you are eligible for medical malpractice litigation funding. Contact LawCash today! LawCash medical malpractice lawsuit funding can help you get money help you need, when you need it most.
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We Fund Many Other Types of Lawsuits
LawCash provides Plaintiff Pre-Settlement Funding advances in a wide variety of personal injury lawsuits and other types of cases.
LawCash provides Plaintiff Post-Settlement, Settled Case funding in a variety of case types.
If you have filed, or settled, a personal injury, auto accident, medical malpractice lawsuit or other type of lawsuit, LawCash can help with lawsuit funding. Apply for litigation financing today.