Recently, the news shows carried a heart wrenching story of a lovely 12 year old girl who went into a hospital for what should have been a routine surgical routine. During this routine procedure something went terribly wrong and instead of her going home to her family, she ended up clinically brain dead.
How did this happen? Was it the fault of the doctor, or perhaps the surgical nurse, or the anesthesiologist? Or did this young girl have a preexisting condition that was unknown to the medical professionals that lead to her brain damage? Or perhaps it was just a tragic unexplained medical event.
At this point we don’t have the definitive answer to this tragic event, and depending on whether her family decides to file a medical malpractice lawsuit, we may never get to hear the actual cause. And even then, the courts may decide to “seal” the details of this tragic event.
We sincerely hope that you never find yourself in position like the one above. One in which you placed your faith in a medical professional or institution, and through their negligence you were not healed, but were further injured or worse a death was caused. We realize that these horrific events do happen, and we also realize that sometimes it is necessary to seek legal help to either obtain financial restitution for the added expenses that the medical malpractice created.
In the case of the 12 year old girl above, the time period from her being a happy normal 12 year old to a clinically brain dead child was hours. During this relatively short time frame, a family’s emotional and financial wellbeing were changed forever.
If you suddenly find yourself in a horrific position like this poor family, and have filed a medical malpractice lawsuit, you will soon discover that the while this tragic event happened instantaneously, the legal system doesn’t work that fast. Lawsuits take time to work through the system. And while this is happening, your financial obligations continue. One avenue of help in this situation, may be lawsuit funding.
Easy Lawsuit Funds provides pre settlement lawsuit funding for medical malpractice lawsuits. This funding is non-recourse, meaning if you don’t win your lawsuit, you don’t owe any repayment. Please call us today, we want to help you in this difficult time. 856-340-6133.