» Left with Brain Damage at Birth, 11-Year-Old Boy’s Parents File Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

Left with Brain Damage at Birth, 11-Year-Old Boy’s Parents File Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) May 23, 2018 - A baby born in an Illinois in 2007 was allegedly disabled as the result of several medical errors.

The boy, now 11-years-old, is unable to take care of himself. He requires around-the-clock care for cerebral palsy and lost vision caused by damage to the brain's occipital cortex, also referred to as cortical blindness.
The child’s parents filed a medical malpractice lawsuit, alleging that the hospital staff “failed to monitor and deliver" the baby as quickly as possible, resulting in oxygen deprivation. Further allegations include medical staff failing to recognize disturbing signs of distress, not seeking a second opinion, not being properly trained and not properly monitoring the baby.

While the family is waiting for their case to go to court or to be settled, they could be struggling with financial issues; problems that could be circumvented with the help of litigation funding.

Litigation funding, also referred to as a lawsuit cash advance or a “lawsuit loan,” may be the answer for plaintiffs that do not have sufficient financial resources to handle ordinary living expenses and unexpected medical bills. “Applying for a ‘lawsuit loan’ is an easy process and may be done online, or by calling us,” said Daren Monroe, Litigation Funding Corporation representative. “We also need case documentation from your lawyer to assess the case.”

Once the application is reviewed, funding is approved and a contract sent to the plaintiff and their attorney. Within 24 – 48 hours, the funds arrive via wire transfer or overnight mail. The most appealing benefit for plaintiffs that secure litigation funding is that there are zero monthly payments and should the case be lost in court, the lawsuit cash advance does not need to be repaid. Other benefits include: no requirement for the applicant to be working and no credit check.

“Once your lawyer has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit and you realize you need financial assistance, contact us at Litigation Funding Corporation. We may be the perfect answer for your difficult situation,” Monroe added.

Litigation Funding Corporation
7115 Orchard Lake Rd, Ste 320
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
Call: 1.866.LIT.FUND

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