Last year we examined plaintiffs in personal injury cases having their medical treatment funded by litigation finance companies and whether such arrangements can be excluded from evidence. As a brief recap, litigation finance companies typically become involved in lawsuits when the plaintiff is neither Medicare/Medicaid eligible nor insured. In the absence of any available insurance coverage or wherewithal to pay for treatment out of pocket, the injured person can utilize a third party finance company to fund the treatment. ... Continue Reading
An increasingly frequent trend in personal injury cases is plaintiffs are having their medical treatment "financed" by third parties. The typical ... Continue Reading
January 02, 2014 BY Matthew Jones | Professional Malpractice and Healthcare Litigation
Incidents that involve an alleged criminal act often times give rise to a subsequent civil lawsuit brought by the victim. However, because ... Continue Reading
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