LawCash® is pleased to introduce its new Surgery Financing Program and Medical Expense Financing Program for lawsuit plaintiffs.
LawCash® is the leading provider of lawsuit funding, providing fast and efficient pre-settlement lawsuit funding and post-settlement lawsuit funding for plaintiffs and attorneys across the country. Its One Hour Funding® settled case funding program is the fastest and best way to turn settlements into cash. However, the period of time between personal injury and settlement can stretch across years, causing all sorts of financial woes.
It has always been hard for lawsuit plaintiffs to pay their surgery bills, particularly when they have no insurance. In today’s world, unfortunately, many people are being forced to go without health insurance. This is a result of the high unemployment rate.
That’s why LawCash® came up with its new surgery financing program for personal-injury plaintiffs. LawCash® can provide plaintiffs with cash for surgeries, medical treatment, and necessary living expenses. Surgery financing and medical expense financing is especially important for personal injury victims who are out of work or without health insurance as a result of their injuries, through no fault of their own.
Despite being the victims of somebody else’s negligence, personal injury lawsuit plaintiffs can find themselves in need of money to pay for surgeries and other necessary but expensive medical treatments. While their lawsuits make their way through the courts, lawsuit plaintiffs may need cash to speed recovery and to get back to work. However, their injuries may make it impossible to earn the money they need to recover and get back to work. As a result, in the past lawsuit plaintiffs were often forced to accept lower lawsuit settlements than they needed and deserved.
LawCash® has helped level the playing field for thousands of lawsuit plaintiffs over the past decade. Now funding has just gotten even easier for personal injury lawsuit plaintiffs. LawCash® can help plaintiffs recover as quickly as possible, with the least amount of stress possible, by providing surgery financing and medical treatment financing to lawsuit plaintiffs.