Advantages of Talcum Powder Lawsuit Funding

Ava Lawson | May 16th, 2017

Several studies have shown a causal link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer, particularly when talc is used over long periods of time for feminine hygiene purposes. Litigation concerning talc-related cancer has continued to escalate, with thousands of women claiming Johnson & Johnson (maker of Baby Powder and Shower to Shower) failed to adequately warn consumers about ovarian cancer risks…. Read more »

Hernia Mesh Plaintiffs: Is Legal Funding Right for You?

Jacky Gale | April 25th, 2017

Mesh implants are surgical devices that can be used to repair hernias. Mesh implants have long been used as a standard treatment for hernias, but many patients claim they cause more problems than they solve. If you’re one of the many patients who have filed a product liability lawsuit against a hernia mesh manufacturer, then you probably already know just… Read more »

Recovery From Construction Accidents – Litigation Funding Can Help

Sarah Klein | March 14th, 2017

If you work in construction, then you know that the jobs can be physically grueling, dangerous and even sporadic depending on factors like the weather and local development trends. If you are injured in a construction accident, then chances are you will not have the luxury of waiting out a prolonged litigation in order to receive the full compensation to… Read more »

Affected by Wrongful Termination? Consider Legal Funding

Jacky Gale | February 13th, 2017

Being fired is never a pleasant experience. It can be humiliating to pack up personal belongings and it is frightening to think of how you’ll support your family while you’re looking for another job. But as undesirable as this situation is, it can be far more distressing to be fired without just cause. If you’ve been affected by wrongful termination… Read more »

Lawsuit Funding for Victims of Roundup Pesticide

Sarah May | January 24th, 2017
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A growing number of lawsuits are being files over Monsanto’s widely used pesticide, Roundup, the primary ingredient in which is glyphosate, a suspected human carcinogen. Though the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has previously claimed that no significant evidence existed that glyphosate caused cancer in humans, the agency has recently pledged to assess new research from the United Nations’ International Agency for Research… Read more »