It was elective surgery. In and out the same day. Nothing serious. You could go back to work the following week, the doctor said.
That was 14 months ago. Today, you’re in almost constant pain. All you can manage to do is get out of bed and make it to your kitchen each day. Your job belongs to someone else, now, and you’ve lost the ability to enjoy most of the activities that enriched your life. Your family has been robbing Peter to pay Paul, but it looks like you’re going to miss this month’s mortgage payment.
After weeks of evasive answers, your doctor stopped returning your calls and started preparing for the malpractice suit you just filed. Your attorney thinks you have a pretty strong case, and she has already suggested that you decline the first settlement offer from your doctor’s lawyers.
Sound advice … but can you afford to wait? The mortgage bank won’t. Neither will the utilities, the car insurance company, or your mounting medical bills.
Two separate studies published in 2012 found that when medical malpractice suits go to trial, it can take as long as five years for a jury to find in favor of a plaintiff. It could be even longer before you actually receive any of the money awarded to you in a judgment.
It’s time to call USClaims.
USClaims will review the merits of your case. If we approve your application for pre-settlement funding, you could be just a few days away from receiving funds to cover those living expenses.
The money you receive from USClaims doesn’t just let you make ends meet. It lets you buy time. Time for the wheels of the civil justice system to turn. Time for your physician’s lawyers to realize that they can’t buy you off on the cheap. Time for your attorney to do her job and hold the responsible parties accountable for the oversights and errors that destroyed your health.
When you receive funding from USClaims, you can start breathing easier. USClaims only gets paid if and when you receive money from your physician or his malpractice insurance provider. If you receive nothing from a settlement or judgment regarding your claim, you have no obligation to USClaims for the money you receive from us. USClaims helps pay your bills while your attorney works to recover a measure of recompense for the damage you may have suffered under your doctor’s care.
At USClaims, we offer pre-settlement funding, if a case is qualified for pre-settlement funding then we would purchase a portion of the proceeds of the anticipated court judgment or settlement for some cash now. USClaims only gets paid if a case is won or has reached a settlement! Apply now or call us today at 1-877-USCLAIMS to learn more.