Lawsuit Loan Regulation – Evaluating Costs?

Critics of lawsuit loans see the industry as preying on an unsuspecting group of desperate plaintiffs. Some even call the business of providing upfront cash to litigants prior to settlement “lawsuit loan sharking”.  These same critics deem the lawsuit funding business a burden on the judicial process and call for lawsuit loan regulation or outright…

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Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Funding Basics

Medical malpractice lawsuit funding exists to provide liquidity to malpractice plaintiffs while they wait for their case to be resolved.  Personal injury lawsuits, including “med mal” cases, make up the vast majority of lawsuit settlement funding transactions.  However, because malpractice cases are normally more complicated than the standard negligence proceeding, providing “lawsuit loans” for med…

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Soft Tissue – Lawsuit Funding for Smaller Cases

Soft tissue lawsuit funding makes up a great deal of the lawsuit funding industry.  A large percentage of  applicants only apply for a small funding, sometimes less than $1,000.  While it may be true that even plaintiffs with very heavy injuries may only require a few additional dollars to meet their needs, the vast majority…

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