Have You Been Injured due to Medical Malpractice or Negligence?

If you are unsure but are looking for answers, medical malpractice in the United States is defined as a situation in which the treatment provided by a medical professional falls below the accepted standard that as a result, can cause injury or even death to a patient.

The Most Common Types of Medical Malpractice Are:

  • Misdiagnosis of a medical condition
  • Errors in prescribing medications
  • Anesthesia errors
  • Surgical Errors

If you are among one of the 1 million medical malpractice cases filed annually, you may need support because many times, Doctors, Surgeons, Hospitals, and other medical personnel hire high powered legal teams to delay the lawsuit as long as possible. Depending on the extent of the injuries, this leaves many plaintiffs without funds to fix the original problem or even basic living expenses while they recover from their injuries.

At Capital Financing, we help relieve the pressure and give you the pre-settlement funding you need so you can take care of your health, your finances and your life while your case is settling.

Capital Financing offers the best in customer service and low advance fees fees so you can put more money in your pocket when it’s time to settle your case. When you take your settlement finance money up front with Capital Financing, you are required only to pay us back if there is a settlement of your case. If your case goes to trial and you lose your case, we will NOT be able to collect on the money given to you.

After researching the industry for many years, we have chosen to offer a legal financing program that has your financial interests in mind, not ours. Instead of charging you monthly until your case is settled, Capital Financing charges advance fees only FOUR TIMES during a 12-month period and then we no longer charge advance fees, unlike other companies that charge compounded advance fees monthly, or TWELVE times a year, on your litigation advances until your claim settles. This means that if your case takes years to settle, you will be charged a compounded rate on your settlement finance advance every month of those years with companies other than Capital Financing.

An Advance With Capital Financing = More Money For You at Settlement

Brunette looking worried over bills in kitchenUse your pre-settlement cash advance for:

– House payments
– Purchasing a new car
– Medical bills
– Medical equipment
– Catching up on bills
– Anything you need cash for

Don’t pay a dime if your case is lost. No credit checks. No income verification!

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles