If you, or someone you know, has sustained orthopedic injuries as a result of another’s negligence or recklessness, such as through an automobile accident involving a truck, pedestrian, car or motorcycle or a personal injury accident like medical malpractice, wrongful death, slip and fall, you can pursue legal financing while your legal case is pursued by your attorney in court or against the insurance company. For example, a reckless or negligent defendant in an automobile accident could involve the driver being under the influence of alcohol or drugs and be convicted with a DUI. In such a case, liability and fault on the part of the defendant wrong-doing party would be easier to prove. “Orthopedic injury” is a broad-ranging term that concerns any number of problems associated with the musculoskeletal system; the part of your body concerned not only with muscles and bones, but also the joints, nerves and tendons woven between those parts.
Types of Orthopedic Injuries Include:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Fractured joints
- Tears in the ACL
- Anything necessitating a hip replacement
- Spinal issues necessitating fusion
- Slipped/herniated spinal discs
Each of these conditions are serious and can entail many costly and invasive medical procedures. Most injuries involving sports or repetitive stress tend to fall under the auspice of an orthopedic specialist.
If you or someone you care for has been seriously harmed in an accident through another’s fault or negligence, contact High Rise Financial to see if you are eligible for legal funding. Rather than being an advance or loan, lawsuit financing is a sort of pre-settlement financing you can rely upon until your case reaches a settlement or successful recovery.