Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Funding
The advancements in all areas of medical science are amazing, but they still have their limits, and healthcare practitioners don't always make the right decisions when it comes to diagnostics and treatments. Even when hindsight is 20/20, many choices aren't always clear in the moment. No patient wants to be the victim of malpractice, but when it happens, the expenses incurred during the process of a lawsuit often require extra money just to pay the bills. That's where Black Diamond's medical malpractice lawsuit funding can come to the rescue.
Help for Healthcare Professionals
As a healthcare professional, you work hard to provide quality care to every patient, but schedules are often tight and sometimes communication isn't what it should be. Add that to the fact that patients and their families can be very emotional and defensive about the quality of care they are receiving, and the most highly skilled practitioners may find themselves in a lengthy lawsuit. In addition, doctors can be faced with a temporary suspension or reduction in their patient load during the time when a case is pending, and may need funds just to make up for lost revenues.
An Attorney's Arsenal
An attorney that takes on a medical malpractice case can also have numerous expenses during the time they are representing a malpractice lawsuit, even more if the case goes into appeals. For some law firms, their budget is tight and expenses can add up to more than their client is able to provide. So, while you're proving that a miscalculation did or did not result in negligence, turn to Black Diamond Funding for a medical malpractice case loan.
Where to Start
Whether you are a victim, a medical professional or an attorney representing a malpractice case, your first step is to fill out Black Diamond Funding's online form. Our representatives will use this basic information to contact the attorney for a better assessment of expected expenses so an accurate loan amount can be determined. This amount is then negotiated between underwriters, attorneys, and their clients, and upon approval the funds from the loan are sent out promptly by mail or electronically.