Thousands of people have suffered injuries and pain nationwide from defective hernia mesh. There are an insurmountable number of ongoing lawsuits seeking justice and compensation for these injuries resulting from the negligent actions of product manufacturers. Many of these claims have been combined into multidistrict litigation.
Product liability lawsuits can take years to resolve, especially ones of this magnitude. Corporations are notorious for stalling proceedings to the point where many victims lose hope. Hernia Mesh lawsuit loans can help plaintiffs pay for expenses before getting their settlement.
Call Silver Dollar Financial to apply for legal funding today.
Hernia Mesh Injuries
Hernias can happen in many ways and usually occur when fatty tissues push through an opening in the abdomen. The most prevalent hernias are femoral, umbilical, incisional, hiatal, ventral, and inguinal. It is estimated that one in ten people will develop a hernia.
Hernia mesh has been used since the 1990s, leaving thousands at risk. Treatment will depend on the location and severity of the injury. Sometimes a hernia will require surgery.
Hernia mesh is a surgical impact that helps treat hernias and prevent a recurrence. Unfortunately, the product manufacturer’s negligence could lead to complications like:
- Bowel obstruction
- Mesh migration
- Hernia recurrence
- Mesh shrinkage
Product manufacturers have issued recalls, but it is too late for many injured victims. Some cases are medical malpractice, while others fall under product liability. Before calling Silver Dollar for a lawsuit loan, you must work with a personal injury lawyer to determine your legal options.
Hernia Mesh Lawsuit Loans Are Safer than Other Loans
Hernia mesh lawsuit loans are non-resource funding which is no risk to the person receiving the funds. It is safe for several reasons, including the loan company’s inability to take payment from personal accounts or assets. You will not make monthly payments on your lawsuit loan.
Silver Dollar Financial cannot collect other collateral aside from the agreed-upon settlement. We will not take your entire settlement since lawsuit loans only cover a portion of the potential settlement. Loan companies take on all of the risks, and if you lose your Hernia Mesh case, you do not pay back your loan.
These and other benefits are why hernia mesh lawsuit loans are safer than others.
Requirements for Hernia Mesh Lawsuit Loans
The most significant requirement for a hernia mesh lawsuit loan is that you have an open lawsuit. This is because you will pay back your cash advance through your settlement. If you don’t have an open lawsuit, the loan company cannot verify the potential for you to get a settlement.
The loan process does not include credit score, history information, or proof of employment status. Information about your current assets and other financial questions will not be pertinent to your lawsuit loan application. You will need to have a strong case and a lawyer representing your best interests.
There is no application fee.
Payouts for Hernia Mesh Lawsuits
We will review the projected case value when calculating the lawsuit loan amount you are eligible for. Hernia mesh cases are ongoing, and you will need an in-depth review of your case to determine your potential payout. Your product liability lawyer will review your case and come up with an estimate of the potential payout.
Using their estimate, Silver Dollar Financial will then estimate how much we can offer. Lawsuit loans can range from $500 to $1 million, depending on case facts. While we cannot give you an estimate without reviewing your case, we can give you details about any costs upfront.
We charge no fees and charge a simple, non-compounding interest rate. Our underwriters can answer all your questions over the phone and write a contract. Before you sign your contract, you can review it with the underwriting team to ensure you agree to the contents.
A hernia mesh lawsuit loan will help alleviate some financial pressure while awaiting your case resolution.
Applying for Hernia Mesh Lawsuit Loans
Whether you are part of a mass tort or have an individual hernia mesh claim, you likely qualify for a lawsuit loan. When you are ready, you can apply for a lawsuit loan online or by calling Silver Dollar Financial. You will provide information about your losses, expected case time, and attorney’s contact information.
You should inform your lawyer of your intentions so they can provide us with relevant information for your application. After submitting your information, our underwriters will review all relevant information and crunch the numbers. If you qualify, we will send you an offer.
You agree to the offer, and we will disburse your funds through your desired method. Many clients get their funds within 24 hours, depending on their bank.
Spending Your Legal Funding
Since the funds will come from your settlement, you will have no restrictions on what you use the money on. Victims have a slew of medical bills and additional expenses stemming from this injury. While using these funds on injury expenditures is advisable, you can dictate how you will use them.
Clients have often used their hernia mesh lawsuit loans for:
- Property repair
- Food and daily expenditures
- Rent and mortgage payments
- As a replacement for lost income
You can use your money any way you want, but we advise clients to be smart and plan for the future. The product manufacturer’s team will prolong the case for as long as possible. If possible, catch up on your current expenses and save for the estimated duration of your case.
Silver Dollar Financial Can Help
Your life has been forever changed, and you await your case resolution. While many victims assume they will get their settlement fast and only need to struggle for a few weeks, that rarely happens with product defect cases. The hernia mesh debacle will likely take years to resolve, and you need a way to make it through this time.
If you are ready to begin your application and alleviate your financial burden, contact Silver Dollar Financial for pre-settlement funding. Our underwriters will work to get you the best offer when reviewing your application.