Rosie McGhee Dies After Nursing Home Fall, Lawsuit Alleges Negligence | Law Firm Newswire

Rosie McGhee Dies After Nursing Home Fall, Lawsuit Alleges Negligence

Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) September 6, 2016 - Rosie McGhee allegedly died from injuries sustained in a fall at a nursing home. McGhee’s estate administrator filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging negligence.

According to documents filed with the lawsuit, sometime between October 2010 and July 2015, Rosie McGhee sustained injuries after a fall and subsequently developed pressure sores. McGhee’s estate administrator suggests the sores contributed and/or caused her death.

Further allegations suggest the defendants, against Infinity Healthcare Management of Illinois LLC and Belhaven Nursing and Rehabilitation Center LLC., did not provide proper/adequate supervision, failed to provide a complete medical examination when she fell and failed to provide proper medical care.

“In situations such as this,” said Daren Monroe of Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan, “the estate administrator may wish to do some research into obtaining a lawsuit loan. Also referred to as pre-settlement funding, the cash can be used to take care of all important bills, including usual expenses and unexpected bills such as medical necessities, funeral and burial expenses.”

Litigation funding means an immediate cash advance for lawsuit funding during pre-settlement. “If you contact Litigation Funding Corporation, you can take advantage of a simple 3 Step Flashcash process to get funds to pay for your legal expenses and lawsuit in as little as 2 days with no risk,” explained Monroe.
Lawsuit loans are not for everyone. It is a good idea to think carefully about applying for pre-settlement funding particularly if the money is not needed to keep the family home, feed the family, meet pressing medical payments, or if there are other sources of funding, such as relatives or investments.

However, many plaintiffs are in dire financial straights if they have sustained a serious injury and require extensive medical treatment. Trying to cope with all the unexpected medical bills, rehabilitation, tests, medications and other monthly financial obligations can cause undue hardship.
Individuals facing serious medical bills may find litigation funding to be the lifeline they need to ensure they are able to meet their expenses while waiting for a settlement or going to count. One call can provide all the information needed about lawsuit loans and allow the plaintiff to make an informed decision.

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

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