The Lifetime Cost of Quadriplegia

Jacky Gale | November 15th, 2017

It’s easy to take mobility for granted. But for some unfortunate patients, mobility is little more than a distant memory. Quadriplegia (also called tetraplegia) is the loss of motor and sensory function of the trunk, arms, hands, legs, and pelvic organs. This means that not only can the patient be unable to move, but also other essential bodily functions can… Read more »

Hurt in a Car Wreck? Here’s What to Do Before the Money Runs Out

Jacky Gale | October 24th, 2017

Injuries sustained in car wrecks are frustrating, particularly when the accident wasn’t your fault. A serious injury can keep you out of work for weeks or months—or even permanently. And in the meantime, you’ll be faced with the prospect of mounting medical costs, car repairs or a replacement, and a dwindling savings account. Don’t wait until you’re facing an eviction… Read more »

Benefits of Legal Funding for Actemra Lawsuits

Ava Lawson | September 18th, 2017

Lawsuits against Big Pharma can be extensive, lengthy and draining. When pharmaceutical products end up causing more harm than good, the results are often life-altering. Such are the allegations surrounding the relatively new arthritis drug, Actemra, which has been linked to a host of complications including heart failure, stroke, gastrointestinal perforation, pancreatis, lung disease and even death.  Actemra — prescribed… Read more »

Injured by Accutane? Here’s How to Get Legal Funding

Jacky Gale | August 8th, 2017

If you are one of the 2,174 plaintiffs whose Accutane lawsuit was dismissed in February of 2015, you should call your lawyer right away, as your case has been reinstated. Thousands of Accutane users filed lawsuits against the manufacturer of this drug, which had originally been developed as a chemotherapy agent for cancer, but later was prescribed to clear up… Read more »

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 »