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 »

Legal Loans Benefit Victims of Nursing Home Abuse

Whitney Taylor | December 13th, 2016

Nursing home abuse can have a profound and devastating impact on victims and their families, even shortening the life expectancy for some nursing home residents. Although legal action can be taken by victims and their families, the lengthy legal process might not provide the necessary financial relief as quickly as it is needed. That is where lawsuit funding comes in…. Read more »

Benefits of Legal Funding in Sexual Harassment Cases

Whitney Taylor | November 22nd, 2016

Recent sexual harassment lawsuits against notable names like Roger Ailes have brought this issue into a whole new light. The issue of sexual harassment is unfortunately all too common today, but the good news is protection under federal law allows for legal recourse when you are the victim of such action. As you work through the appropriate legal channels, lawsuit… Read more »

Legal Funding for Abilify Gambling Lawsuits

Ava Lawson | October 28th, 2016

Side effects of the antipsychotic drug aripiprazole have prompted a wave of personal injury litigation based on claims that Bristol-Myers failed to warn about risk of Abilify compulsive gambling. The medication, prescribed to patients with bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and other mood problems, has been tied to impulse control behavior in patients with no family history of addiction problems.  In addition… Read more »