Valsartan Plaintiffs: Have You Considered Legal Funding?

Jacky Gale | December 13th, 2018

Since the initial discovery of carcinogenic contaminants in valsartan pills, which occurred in July 2018, the generic medication has been subjected to numerous recalls by the FDA. To date, the FDA has recalled valsartan from a handful of manufacturers, including Teva Pharmaceuticals, Prinston Pharmaceutical Inc., Actavis Inc., and Major Pharmaceuticals. At the end of November 2018, the FDA updated its… Read more »

4 Advantages of Structured Settlements

Jacky Gale | November 5th, 2018

When a lawsuit is settled, the defendant agrees to pay the plaintiff a set sum of money in exchange for the resolution of the lawsuit. In many cases, the defendant makes the payment in a lump sum. But sometimes, the plaintiff agrees to accept smaller payments made over time. This is known as a structured settlement, and it offers several… Read more »

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Non-Recourse Loans

Jacky Gale | October 5th, 2018

There are lots of different types of loans, and at least one of them doesn’t actually behave much like a loan at all. It’s called a non-recourse loan, and it can be a good option for people who have filed a personal injury lawsuit and are awaiting the resolution of their case. The civil court system is often an effective… Read more »

Back and Neck Injuries Due to Negligence? Legal Funding Can Help

Staff Writer | September 21st, 2018

If you’re suffering from back or neck injuries caused by the negligence of another person or party, you know how debilitating these injuries can be. You may be in constant pain. You may have difficulty moving, either due to stiffness, injury to your spine or neck, nerve damage, or whiplash. Back and neck injuries lead to exorbitant medical bills Whether… Read more »

What’s the Lifetime Cost of Cerebral Palsy?

Jacky Gale | August 9th, 2018

Cerebral palsy is a movement disorder that develops when a child’s immature brain suffers damage, such as damage from oxygen deprivation. Sometimes, cerebral palsy is a birth injury caused by medical malpractice or negligence. For example, the obstetrician or nurse may fail to notice the signs of fetal distress and take appropriate action to prevent oxygen deprivation. Cerebral palsy is… Read more »