3 Things You Should Know Before Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Jacky Gale | March 20th, 2020

Every individual has the option of filing a personal injury lawsuit if they have been harmed due to someone else’s negligent or reckless actions. For example, you might sue a careless driver after being involved in a car accident, or you might file a lawsuit against someone who physically assaulted you. Before you file a personal injury lawsuit, however, there… Read more »

Should I Take a Lump Sum or Structured Settlement?

Staff Writer | February 21st, 2020

If you’ve had to bring a lawsuit against an individual or company for a personal injury, your eventual settlement can be paid in one of two ways: a lump sum or a structured settlement. If the settlement is paid in a lump sum, you receive all of the cash at one time. If it’s paid as a structured settlement, you… Read more »

Is Attorney Case Financing Right for Your Law Firm?

Staff Writer | February 7th, 2020

Law firms often require money for expenses, but the money can be coming from settlements and verdicts that can take a long time to get resolved. Keeping your business thriving or expanding can be difficult as a result. You may need money to pay your attorneys, associates, and investigators. Meanwhile, whether you work on contingency or retainer, your cash flow… Read more »

Legal Funding for Truvada, JUUL Plaintiffs

Staff Writer | December 20th, 2019

Multiple cases have been brought to court in two significant public health lawsuits recently. In the first, multiple product liability and class action lawsuits have been filed against the e-cigarette maker JUUL, alleging that their products have addicted Americans nationwide, particularly teenagers and young adults. The company is further charged with implying that vaping with its products is safer than… Read more »

Advantages of Legal Funding for Plaintiffs in JUUL Lawsuits

Staff Writer | November 22nd, 2019

Concerns about addiction to JUUL e-cigarettes and vaping has been growing steadily in the U.S., fueled by concerns that JUUL was specifically marketing to teenagers. Roughly 25% of U.S. high school students have vaped within the last 30 days, according to a survey by public health workers. Recently, a U.S. District Judge indicated his intention to move forward quickly on… Read more »