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 »

Legal Funding Provides Financial Freedom for Plaintiffs with Talc Cancer Claims

Staff Writer | August 8th, 2018

Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder has long been associated with comfort; its silky smooth texture and ability to absorb moisture have made it a staple both on babies’ bottoms and as part of adult personal grooming routines for well over a century. But juries have found that J&J’s baby powder, as well as its other talcum powder products and similar… Read more »

Financial Solutions for Plaintiffs Involved in Xarelto Litigation

Jacky Gale | July 11th, 2018

There are over 20,000 product liability lawsuits pending with regard to the alleged complications caused by Xarelto—a new generation of blood thinner. These plaintiffs have already been waiting a long time for their day in court, and recently, they received news of yet another legal setback. The U.S. District Judge presiding over the multidistrict litigation (MDL) recently heard arguments over… Read more »

Paying the Bills When Your Loved One Is in a Coma

Jacky Gale | June 21st, 2018

When a loved one is in a coma, families often feel helpless. Although most people in a coma wake up within a few weeks, there’s no telling how long any particular patient will remain comatose. And in the meantime, families must deal with the considerable costs of prolonged hospitalization. If the patient’s injuries were caused by a third party, the… Read more »

Legal Funding for Plaintiffs With Traumatic Brain Injuries

Staff Writer | March 9th, 2018

Plaintiffs with traumatic brain injury (TBI) may suffer from multiple symptoms, ranging from headaches and dizziness to difficulties with coordination and performing all the activities of daily life (ADL). They may suffer from loss of coordination and mobility, including paraplegia or quadriplegia. As a result, they may face medical bills ranging up to millions of dollars. They may need around-the-clock… Read more »