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If Your Car Crash Is the City’s Fault, and They Won’t Pay Up, USClaims Can Help

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“Marcus” (not a real person) had been contracted to work on a construction site in a small town in central Arizona. It didn’t offer much in the way of hospitality or nightlife, but he preferred it that way.

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When a Drunk Driver Takes Away Your Livelihood, USClaims Can Keep Your Life Moving

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Kelly (not a real person) never imagined she’d be a morning person, but a month into her stint opening the fitness studio for the pre-dawn classes, she had to admit that the routine was growing on her.

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When Botched Medical Treatment Bleeds You Dry, USClaims Injects Liquidity

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Aaron (not a real person) hated needles, and so he dreaded the increasingly frequent appointments for his knee at the outpatient clinic. It was there, during a procedure that Aaron could barely stand to think about, let alone watch, that a medical technician would insert a frighteningly large gauge needle into his osteoarthritic knee and inject it with a corticosteroid-laced mixture of lubricants.

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Don’t Get Painted into a Corner with your Personal Injury Woes

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“Turner” (not a real person) loved to paint. Along with his son, he had owned and operated a thriving painting business for fifteen years, winning praise from his clients for his fine handiwork and fair prices. When a local supermarket changed ownership, Turner and his son got the call to repaint the exterior in a color more suitable for the new brand.

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Don’t Let a Diner Dash Away from the Responsibility of Paying for your Slip-and-Fall Accident

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It was a bright and sunny weekday afternoon when “Kellie” (not a real person) picked up her two young daughters from school.

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Fighting a Discrimination Lawsuit Against Your Ex-Employer? USClaims Can Help

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Within a few months of graduating with honors from college, “Luis” (not a real person) landed a job as a junior programmer with a big tech firm. By the end of his first year, he’d found his groove and was whizzing through routine tasks – and handling difficult ones – like a 10-year veteran, drawing raves from his co-workers.

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If You Suffered a Bad Break at Work, it Might Not Be Your Fault

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“Grant” (not a real person) worked for a private moving company, loading and unloading the company truck several times a day. He was tall and strong, but he also knew when a lighter touch was called for, such as when handling valuables.

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A Medical Misdiagnosis Can Set You Back Years

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“Andrew” (not a real person) had been undergoing treatment for his multiple sclerosis for six years. In that time, he’d undergone dozens of MRI exams, paid a small fortune for medications, and, he joked, “seen more of my doctor than my wife.”

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Rear-ended in a Car Accident? USClaims can help

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After years of being careful with her money and saving every penny she could spare, “Janet” (not a real person) was finally able to afford her first new car.

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Don’t Let a Wet Floor Trip Up Your Plans

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“Cooper” (not a real person) had been driving since sunrise to get to his brother’s house to celebrate Thanksgiving. It was now past 7 in the evening and he had just a couple hours to go to complete his long journey.

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Don’t Let Another’s Carelessness on the Job Cost You

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It wasn’t the most glamorous job, but “Lonnie” (not a real person) enjoyed the solid, dependable nature of working in a warehouse.

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Even Careful Drivers Can Have Accidents

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“Joanie” (not a real person) was a cautious driver – perhaps to a fault. She rarely drove on highways, preferring to take longer trips on side streets than deal with the fast-moving traffic.

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Has a Simple Dental Procedure Gone Awry? USClaims Can Help

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When she could no longer bear the pain in her mouth, “Monica” (not a real person) finally took her dentist’s advice and scheduled a root canal.

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After a Slip-and-Fall Accident, USClaims Can Help You Get Back on Your Feet

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After a long Friday at the office, “Mark” (not a real person) stopped off at the nearby big-box grocery store to stock up for the weekend.

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USClaims Can Help During Your Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

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When “Terri” (not a real person) broke her ankle playing softball, she knew that several long and painful months of rehabilitation lay before her.

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If a Power Morcellator Spread Your Uterine Cancer, USClaims Can Help

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When she started experiencing pain in her lower abdomen, “Karen” (not a real person) looked to her doctor for help. X-rays revealed uterine fibroids, a kind of tumor in her uterus. Though non-cancerous, they caused Karen significant discomfort when urinating or having sex.

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USClaims Can Help You Stomach An E. Coli Food Poisoning Lawsuit

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For nearly a decade, “Charles” (not a real person) had taken his family to the same buffet restaurant every Friday evening. It was a great way to spend some quality time with his wife and son, where they could unwind and exchange stories about their busy weeks at work or school.

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Blood Clots Shouldn’t Jam Up Your Bank Account

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In a way, “Malcolm” (not a real person) thought he was lucky. He had experienced a dizzy spell while driving and nearly fainted, but he managed to pull over before causing an accident. When he recovered, he quickly got himself to a nearby hospital.

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Need Support While Dealing With Your Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit? Let USClaims Help

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“Sarah” (not a real person)’s first pregnancy and childbirth had gone about as smoothly as could be expected, and her newborn baby boy was healthy and strong. But the day after giving birth, she noticed significant discomfort while urinating. While her labor hadn’t been difficult, Sarah still shrugged it off as being related to the stress of childbirth.

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Don’t Let a Car Accident Wreck Your Finances; Call USClaims Today

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In an instant, everything changed for “Peter” (not a real person). One moment, he was driving home after working late, crossing a familiar intersection that intersected a busy country highway. The next moment, his world was filled with twisted metal and the ear-shattering sound of broken glass.

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If Your Child Has Suffered a Birth Injury, Let USClaims Help

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Already the proud parent of two healthy and strong young boys, “Nicole” (not a real person) was confident that the birth of her third child would go just as smoothly. When the time came, her husband took her to the hospital and after a brief but strenuous labor, she gave birth to the couple’s first daughter.

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Making Sure Your Faux Tan Doesn’t Cost You More Than Just Twenty Dollars

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Tina (not a real person) was looking forward to being reunited with her college roommates for what was sure to be an epic bachelorette party weekend. There was only one thing Tina had to do first to get ready. However, something seemed different this time.

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Don’t Let a Xarelto Lawsuit Bleed You Dry – Contact USClaims Today

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When she first noticed her irregular heartbeat, “Angela” (not a real person) shrugged it off. She had been working in her garden on a hot day, so her lightheadedness and the strange feeling of heart palpitations just seemed like the signs of fatigue or dehydration. She went inside, laid down for a little while, and resumed her chores when she felt better.

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Give Your Slip-and-Fall Case Time to Settle with Help from USClaims

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After completing a long project at work, “Ray” (not a real person) was looking forward to a well-deserved vacation. He and his wife booked five nights at a beachfront hotel and were ready to unwind and relax in the sunshine.

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Pre-Settlement Funding for Invokana Lawsuits

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“Kevin” (not a real person) was diagnosed with type-2 diabetes in his mid-20s. His doctor suggested a new drug from a leading pharmaceutical company that would help manage his symptoms. Desperate for relief, Kevin embarked on a regimen with Invokana. It wasn’t long before troubling symptoms began appearing.

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Waiting for Stryker Hip Settlement Payments? USClaims Can Help

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Gene underwent hip replacement surgery to address his chronic hip pain. At first, he felt better, but soon, the pain returned. Then his doctor told him his replacement hip appeared to be defective. Some of the metal was corroding away and infecting the nearby tissue.

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Talc Powder Lawsuit Pre-Settlement Funding

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“Kay” (not a real person) used a popular brand of talcum powder every day for 40 years. She trusted the brand to help with her feminine hygiene needs and even recommended it to friends. In her mid-50s and in reasonably good health, she got a routine checkup from her family doctor, expecting to find nothing worse than slightly high blood pressure.

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Zofran Lawsuit Pre-Settlement Funding

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For “Amber” (not a real person), the birth of her son Jacob should have been the happiest day of her life. But her joy turned into every parent’s worst nightmare in an instant when doctors informed her that Jacob had a heart defect, a hole that allowed the blood on the two sides of his heart to mix.

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When Robotic Surgery Complications Strike, Turn to USClaims

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“Alicia” (not a real person) enjoyed stories about robots or computers that use artificial intelligence to strike back against their human creators. As much as she liked to watch those films and television programs, though, she never imagined she would become the victim of a robot, herself.

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Pre-Settlement Funding Can Help Victims of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)

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Years ago, when “Joe” (not a real person) was an amateur boxer, he was known for his fast footwork in the ring. He remained pretty light on his feet later, too, as he moved on to establish a career in construction and start a family. One day, though, on the jobsite, Joe wasn’t quite fast enough.

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Pre-Settlement Funding for Vehicle Crashes

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“Charlie” (not a real person) does not remember what happened very well. He was driving down the freeway after concluding his night shift at work, and has a vague recollection of the bright lights and looming presence of the tractor trailer as it came up the on-ramp towards him.

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Don’t Let Broken Bones Break the Bank, Too

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One moment she was enjoying watching her favorite basketball team play a big game, and the next she was sprawled out flat on the ground and in tremendous pain. “Sharon” (not a real person) was attending her alma mater’s season clincher, a hotly contested game against her school’s hated rival. With a possible March tournament berth at stake to boot, the arena was packed to the rafters and buzzing with excitement.

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Helping Plaintiffs Find Their Footing After Being Injured in a Fall

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“Don” (not a real person) loved his job, despite the dangers. He worked in a distribution warehouse for a food company, and all of the usual dangers — heavy machinery, perilous towers of products, the strain of moving thousands of pounds of food everyday — were exacerbated by Don’s assignment in the frozen warehouse.

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Pre-Settlement Funding for Medical Injury Cases

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“Ashley” (not a real person) knew that fighting her breast cancer would be difficult, but she had no idea how difficult it was going to be. The cold that washed over her during chemo, the nausea, the fatigue, the psychological shock of seeing all of her hair fall away—that was what made it real, the first time she cried after getting the diagnosis—it was all adding up to the struggle of her life.

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Pre-Settlement Funding for Nursing Home Wrongful Death Cases

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When they look back on it now, the “Hernandez” family (not real persons) see the signs as clear as day. Maria, the matriarch of the household, had been reluctant to go into a nursing home, but the strain of taking care of her combined with her declining mental state had become too much of a burden on a family with two full-time workers and two middle-school-aged children.

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Pre-Settlement Funding for Wrong Site Surgeries

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“Tom” (not a real person) could not believe the magnitude of the error. He had gone in for surgery and awoke to find scars and pain in a new location, one on the side of his body opposite to the planned surgical site. The medical team had operated on the wrong place! Despite having been subjected to the wrong procedure, Tom still needed the correct amount of recovery time, which he spent mired in depression.

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Injured By a Retained Surgical Tool? Pre-Settlement Funding Can Help

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To her surprise and dismay, “Sarah’s” (not a real person) pain had not stopped; if anything, it felt worse, a sharp pain in the side just like the one that had sent her to the operating room in the first place. How could it still hurt so much? Knowing that her case was a strong one, but would take time, Sarah’s lawyer suggested she take her case to USClaims.

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Waiting for Justice After a Drunk Driving Accident? Pre-Settlement Funding Can Help

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“Joan” (not a real person) knows that the night her husband was killed in a drunk driving accident was the worst night of her life. In the weeks and months since, though, she has had a few moments – eyes red, unable to sleep – that came close to being just as bad. After her husband was killed in a head-on collision, and the driver blew a blood alcohol content level well over the legal limit, Joan knew that legal action was her best recourse.

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Don’t Let the Defendant’s Legal Team Bleed You Dry

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What was supposed to be a well-deserved and exciting family trip became one long, extended nightmare. “Tom” (not a real person) had decided to take his wife and two small boys to the theme park. They were on top of the world – until Tom slipped and fell.

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After a Crash, Money May Be Both the Most and Least Important Thing

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All it took was one horrible, eternal instant. The panel truck swerved hard, sideswiping the sedan sitting on the side of the road, and “Geoff’s” (not a real person) life changed forever. A flat tire had forced Geoff and his wife to pull on to the shoulder. Checking both ways before she exited the vehicle, Geoff’s wife disappeared around to the rear passenger’s side.

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Pre-Settlement Funding for Mass Transit Accidents

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As she headed down the dark tunnels towards the airport and her early morning shift, something about the roar of the wind and the motion of the car seemed off. She had ridden the subway pretty much every day for years, and the speed with which the train was approaching the end of the tracks made her nervous.

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Need Cash if Injured at the Hands of a Car Service Driver? Pre-Settlement Funding Can Help

By USClaims

He knew he’d be drinking, so he chose the responsible option and called a car service. But the exhausted driver – for whom the car service was a second, nights and weekend job – made critical errors in judgment that changed his life forever.

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Don’t Let the Death of a Breadwinner Send Your Family Into Financial Ruin

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“Sue” (not a real person) visits the spot once a week. There’s not much there; it’s just a crossroads in a rural area. But she diligently brings flowers and lays them at the foot of a small wooden cross beside the intersection. That’s where the father of her first-grade son, “Nick,” was killed by a drunk driver last fall.

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Injured on the Job? USClaims Can Help

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The guy told safety investigators that he hadn’t seen “Fred” (not a real person) before he hit him with the digger. How do you not see a man who stands 6’ 5” and is dressed in fluorescent orange and yellow?

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Pre-Settlement Funding for Truck Crashes

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“Erik” and “Belinda” (not real persons) couldn’t believe it when their attorney told them the truck driver was still on the road. He wasn’t in the area anymore, of course; the company had assigned him to drive different routes. Erik and Belinda, though, were off the road for the foreseeable future, and maybe for good.

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‘Partnership for Justice’ Enables USClaims to Help More Injured People

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USClaims works with the skilled legal advocates who are members of the New Jersey Association for Justice to ensure that plaintiffs get their day in court. At USClaims, we purchase a portion of the proceeds of an anticipated court settlement or judgment, which means injured people and their families will never be at financial risk of having to pay back a high-cost loan if their civil suit is unsuccessful.

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Injured Charter Bus Crash Victims Can Turn to USClaims

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By the time “Ron” (not a real person) heard what had happened, his wife “Bonnie” already was on the helicopter. Soon they were both flying to the hospital, except Ron was in his car, and Bonnie was fighting for her life. Later, Bonnie would tell her husband that she remembered the chartered bus veering off the road and into the trees.

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Helping Toxic Spill Victims Hold Out for Justice with Pre-Settlement Funding

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“Melinda” (not a real person) was only 37 when, after more than two years of gradually but noticeably declining health, a physical exam by her family doctor revealed a small amount of blood in her urine. It was the first of what turned out to be a long series of unpleasant discoveries, not just for Melinda but for her family and her community – because she wasn’t the only one who had been suffering from mysterious illnesses.

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Pre-Settlement Funding Can Support Those Injured in a ‘Freak’ Accident

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‘Freak accidents’ have a funny way of happening more often when basic, legally required safety measures aren’t taken to prevent them. “Zach” (not a real person), had landed a seasonal job with a landscaping crew and was trimming weeds near the side of the building when one of his colleagues passed by him in a riding lawnmower. The mower turned a rock into a projectile and changed Zach’s life forever.

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Waiting on a Slip-and-Fall Case? USClaims Can Help

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Pre-settlement funding can help support victims like “Dana” (not a real person) in slip-and-fall cases until a lawsuit can reach a fair settlement or judgment.

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Helping Injured Victims Keep Their Financial Lives Moving Forward

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Lyndon, or “Lindy” (not a real person) as his friends and customers called him, had the cheapest and fastest oil change in town. Lindy and his crew got the job done on time and usually under estimate. That was four years ago. Lindy’s shop is closed now, because it’s hard to run an automotive repair shop from a wheelchair.

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Pre-Settlement Funding for Medical Malpractice Cases

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“Jeanette” (not a real person) had been nervous about the abdominal surgery – who wouldn’t be? When she woke in the hospital to the sight of her husband’s face, though, he gave her the good news: according to her doctor, the surgery had been completely successful. Jeanette didn’t realize that her ordeal was just beginning.

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Making Ends Meet During a Wrongful Death Lawsuit

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It took a few minutes before his colleagues realized there was a problem at the workstation where “Clint” (not a real person) was assigned that morning. The sign that something had gone wrong was that parts had stopped coming down the assembly line. That wasn’t necessarily odd; the assembly line often stopped so factory workers could investigate a production issue.

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Helping Victims of DUI Car Crashes When Lawsuits Take Time to Settle

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“Bethany” (not a real person) and her two fellow nurses had worked the swing schedule together at the hospital ER for almost three years: 12-hour shifts, three days one week, four days the next. Most of the time, they carpooled, not only to save gas money but also so they didn’t have to make the nighttime walk to the parking garage alone.

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Waiting on a Distracted Driving Lawsuit? Pre-Settlement Funding can Help

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Even though almost every state in the country has some kind of law that penalizes it, many people still aren’t getting the message that distracted driving kills. In 2013, the latest year for which full statistics have been compiled, more than 3,100 people died in distracted driving crashes on America’s roads, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.

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Supporting Victims of Defective Medical Devices with Pre-Settlement Funding

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More than two years after her husband Jerry’s untimely death, “Gillian” (not a real person) and her three daughters have begun to adjust to a “new normal.” Unfortunately, it’s a lot harder to make ends meet in the new normal. The payout from the life insurance policy provided by Jerry’s employer had kept a roof over his surviving family’s head, but the loss of his salary had changed everything.

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Pre-Settlement Funding for Victims of Industrial Accidents

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Dan worked near a huge grinding mill that pulverized scrap titanium and zirconium into a fine rubble. Dan’s job was to take those ground up particles of titanium and zirconium and process them into puck-like discs using a custom-made machine.

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USClaims Can Support Victims of Medication Errors

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“Kevin” (not a real person) celebrated his 49th birthday in great apparent health. That’s why it was a shock when, after a burning, painful tightness in his chest hit him during a neighborhood jog, examinations revealed that two of his coronary arteries were more than 90 percent blocked. The bad news: Kevin would need heart bypass surgery. The good news: he was otherwise in great health, as he’d believed, and could expect to be back at his job in about four months.

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Workplace Accidents Don’t Have to Ruin Injury Victims Financially, Too

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“Juan” was really good at putting up siding. Vinyl siding, wood siding, veneers, even stucco; Juan could hang it quickly and hang it properly. He’d quickly become “the man” for siding at the small construction firm where he had begun working a few weeks earlier. That’s why Juan (not a real person) was part of the two-man crew that the company had assigned that morning to a last-minute, rush siding job that had been called in late the previous afternoon.

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When Summer Injuries Strike, Pre-Settlement Funding Can Help

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“Just one more ride, Mom,” the boy had pleaded. The ride was on the way out of the fairgrounds, and the family had just enough tickets left for the boy and one of his parents. “Jessica” was tired, as she, her husband “James” and their son “Ryan” (not real persons) had been at the fair since the middle of the afternoon. But the ride would take only a few minutes, and there was no point in letting the tickets go to waste.

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Pre-Settlement Funding Helps Child Accident Victims and Their Families

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What was supposed to be a day trip to the beach has turned into a two year (and counting) ordeal for “Alex and Claire Canter” (not real people). They’d gotten the day off, waited for the rush hour to diminish, then set off in their 2010 Honda Accord with their three year old son, “Tyler”, in his safety seat in the back of the car.

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When a Workplace Accident Washes Your Livelihood Away, Call USClaims

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As anyone who’s followed the news in recent years knows, America’s infrastructure is crumbling. Hundreds of thousands of miles of roads, bridges, and underground water mains that were constructed during the Great Depression or earlier are starting to fail.

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When Drunk Driving Kills and Maims, a Lawsuit Advance Can Help

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Tara’s bachelorette party was going to be epic. It would be talked about for years, even if “Tara” (not a real person) herself might only remember bits and pieces of it. Tara’s bridesmaids, though, had handled everything responsibly. They knew that they would be spending the evening, and possibly much of the night, out on the town and would probably be doing a fair amount of drinking, so they had hired a limousine and a professional driver. Unfortunately, they couldn’t do anything about the other drivers on the road.

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Pre-Settlement Funding Can Help Support Victims of Explosions

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Matt doesn’t remember arriving at the restaurant that night. He only knows he was there because other people tell him so, and because he can see himself walking around in some of the surveillance video footage taken before the explosion.

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Supporting Those Injured by Car Crashes Caused by Distracted Driving

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“Renata” was always tired. As a second year associate at a big law firm in the city, it was fairly typical for her to log 80 hours a week at the office. When going home late at night, she didn’t want to walk three blocks to the mass transit station, wait alone for one of the infrequent trains, and then hike another quarter mile to her apartment.

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Pre-Settlement Funding Can Help Heroes’ Families Seek Justice

By USClaims

After a lightning strike had ignited some dry brush a few miles outside of town, “Jake” was just one of hundreds of firefighters who had been called to help contain the resulting wildfire. It was part of the job; Jake usually got called out to at least a few wildfires every summer. None of them had ever been quite like this one, though. Strong winds had helped quintuple the size of the fire within a day of its discovery. Roads into the area were shut down.

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Don’t Let a Faulty Guardrail Derail Your Life

By USClaims

“Jeff” didn’t mean to fall asleep at the wheel that night. He didn’t mean to drift onto the shoulder of the highway. But he did, eventually striking the end of the guardrail and totaling his car. On another roadway, with a different guardrail in place, “Jeff” (not a real person) might have survived the car crash relatively unscathed. In this case, however, Jeff lost his legs because a faulty guardrail failed to perform as it was supposed to.

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Top 5 Reasons You Should Choose USClaims

By USClaims

When plaintiffs need help to survive financially while their legal case is pending, personal injury attorneys know where to turn: USClaims. Here are the top five reasons why USClaims should be your first call for pre-settlement funding. Other companies may offer services that resemble our pre-settlement funding options, but USClaims prides itself on offering low rates and fees with no hidden surprises.

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Pre-Settlement Funding for Train Derailment Victims

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“Janie” knew her children had saved her life, but she debated whether she would ever tell them that. They had not been able to save their father, but that wasn’t their fault. They hadn’t even been there. You don’t bring your kids on date night. It had been more than a year since “Janie” (not a real person) and her husband had enjoyed a date night. Too often, her husband wound up having to work over the weekend. That fateful Friday, though, he was off.

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Pre-Settlement Funding can help Victims of Car Accidents

By USClaims

Even after he completely derailed her life, “Bethany” (not a real name) felt badly for the man who had broadsided her, injuring her in a car accident at the intersection near her office. She learned that he was a family man and a respected professional. He was a local guy, only a few years older than she. One of her coworkers had gone to high school with him. He also suffered from a disorder that occasionally, and with very little warning, afflicted him with debilitating seizures.

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Pre-Settlement Funding for Medical Misdiagnosis Cases

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Life for “Marcie” is very different than it was just five years ago. Back then, she was married to a highly successful professional. She lived in a beautiful house in a very nice neighborhood. Her kids were happy, healthy, and doing well in high school. Marcie didn’t know it then, but her husband would be dead less than 18 months later and she would be struggling to survive financially, in the wake of the medical error that led to his early death.

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When You Slip, Pre-Settlement Funding Keeps You from Falling Too Far

By USClaims

Staring at spreadsheets and other information on her computer screen was a big part of the job for “Leslie.” Not long after her 43rd birthday, Leslie realized that doing that all day wasn’t as easy as it used to be. By the middle of the afternoon, her eyes would grow tired. Adjusting her computer display settings didn’t help much. She’d always had fantastic vision, but recalled that both her parents had needed reading glasses in their forties. Was it her turn?

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Pre-Settlement Funding Levels the Legal Playing Field for Victims of Negligence

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As “Tina” hobbled back from the mailbox where she had picked up her latest pre-settlement funding envelope from USClaims, she caught the vehicle out of the corner of her eye, but she refused to look at it. The dark grey SUV had parked at the end of the street almost every day for almost three months.

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Don’t Let Construction Site Accidents Crush Your Financial Future

By USClaims

The day the pre-settlement funding from USClaims arrived was the first time in a while that “Carl” had felt lucky. He was tired of hearing from friends and family that he was one of the lucky ones. Carl knew that it was true, but it sure didn’t feel that way.

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Attorneys Benefit from Learning about Pre-Settlement Funding, Too

By USClaims

As a trial attorney, you know how important it is to have a client who is engaged with their case and is working with you as part of a team to help them obtain justice for whatever wrongs may have been done to them.

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Pre-Settlement Funding for Drunk Driving Victims

By USClaims

His “happy hour” turned into her “zero hour.” It’s hard to say which drink did it. Maybe it was the seventh shot of bourbon, or maybe it was the yard of light beer he’d had as a “chaser.” Maybe it was the cocaine he’d enjoyed even before he arrived at the nightclub.

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Supporting Victims of Medical Malpractice with Pre-Settlement Funding

By USClaims

First, “Sandra” lost the baby. Then she lost her health, and then she started to lose her career. With pre-settlement funding from USClaims, though, Sandra and her family are keeping their lives together.

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Helping Civil Rights Plaintiffs with Pre-Settlement Funding

By USClaims

Federal civil rights laws are designed to ensure equal opportunities for people with disabilities. Sometimes, though, enforcing those rights may lead a victim of disability discrimination to consult an attorney. If you or someone you know may have been discriminated against, call USClaims.

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Paying Living Expenses During an Employment Discrimination Lawsuit

By USClaims

No one expects to become embroiled in an employment discrimination case – especially if they had had a positive experience at work in the months and years before that. With your attorney’s help, USClaims will assess your application for pre-settlement funding. If we approve your application, you may receive your pre-settlement funds within days.

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When An Unsafe Workplace Destroys Your Earning Power, USClaims Steps In

By USClaims

Everybody knew the construction job site was unsafe, but nobody talked about it. Tight deadlines coupled with fast and loose management practices kept your and your fellow workers’ concerns from reaching the company brass. When the inevitable workplace accident happened, it happened to you. Let us help relieve the burden. Call USCLAIMS today.

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Preserving Plaintiffs’ Pride with Pre-Settlement Funding

By USClaims

On this blog, we have explored some of the many scenarios that might lead you or someone you know to seek out pre-settlement funding. A motor vehicle accident, workplace injury, botched medical procedure, or other trauma can destroy your health, end your career, and strain the bonds that keep your family together, not to mention your finances. One of the most grievous wounds caused by severe injury or disability, however, also is one that few people talk about: your pride.

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Attorneys, Let Us Help You Take the Pressure off Your Clients

By USClaims

If you are working on behalf of a client struggling to pay their bills due to a pending lawsuit settlement, call USClaims. Our pre-settlement funding can help your client make ends meet. If you have not previously referred clients to businesses who offer pre-settlement funding, we would like to be the first company you work with.

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Supporting Qui Tam Plaintiffs Who Blow the Whistle on Fraud

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“Whistleblower.” It’s an innocuous sounding word, all by itself. It sounds like it might be the name of a children’s game. When you decided to report your pharmaceutical company’s illegal promotion activities to the FDA, though, you became a whistleblower yourself. And it’s not a game.

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Help Make USClaims No. 1 Again

By USClaims

In business for almost 20 years, USClaims sets the standard for the level of service that plaintiffs should expect from a funding provider, and we continue to raise the bar every year. Help USClaims become no. 1 again for legal funding by voting for us in The National Law Journal’s Best of 2015 awards.

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Recovering from the Surgery That Knocked Your Life out of Joint

By USClaims

After a hip replacement gone bad, you may have to retire much earlier than you planned. Your earning potential already has been crippled, and it’s only shrinking further. The pain and illness that the medical device has caused is burning through your finances and led you to consider pre-settlement funding. Call USClaims today to find out how we can help.

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Don’t Settle for a Settlement’s Sake: Call USClaims Instead

By USClaims

Yes, your attorney just told you on the phone. The settlement offer came through. And it’s a joke. In exchange for an agreement to drop your suit, the company will compensate you for up to $40,000 worth of documentable expenses. $40,000 would barely cover the out-of-pocket costs of your medical care.

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Referring a Friend to USClaims

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It can be discouraging to learn that a friend who is dealing with a debilitating injury or the loss of a loved one has become the plaintiff in an emotionally demanding civil lawsuit.

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Injured and Need Money to Make Ends Meet? Call USClaims

By USClaims

USClaims can make it a little easier for you to sleep at night knowing that our pre-settlement funding is a no-lose proposition for you. USClaims gets paid only if you win your case or receive a cash settlement. Call us today to see if we can help change your life in an instant.

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Attorneys Can Help Clients Facing Financial Pressures

By USClaims

As an attorney, you are naturally an advocate for your client, but you are also a solution provider. A client who isn’t preoccupied with collection notices and dwindling bank balances is a client who will be more committed to seeing their civil case through. With our pre-settlement funding, we can help you help your client.

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When Your World Is Coming Apart, USClaims Will Help Keep You Whole

By USClaims

The hours were endless, but in hindsight, it all happened so quickly. One minute, your loved one was lying in bed, pillows plumped and machinery beeping, prepped and about to enter the operating room for a routine procedure. A simple operation, they said. You were nervous, but hopeful; after all, people go under the knife all the time. Nothing bad happens to them.

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Don’t Let Defective Automobiles Run Your Case Off the Road

By USClaims

The vehicle recall notice came too late for you. The automobile you drive had been allowed to remain on the market despite its product defect – the defect that, one day, led to your crippling car crash.

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Leveling the Legal Playing Field with Settlement Funding

By USClaims

Taking your neighbor to civil court over a dispute is one thing. Taking a multi-national conglomerate to court is another matter entirely. Deep pockets equal long court cases, and very few individuals have the resources to match a corporate defendant. Pre-settlement funding can make the difference between a smaller, earlier settlement and a full and fair settlement that holds the defendant responsible for the harm it caused.

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Learn How Pre-Settlement Funding Can Make a Difference for You

By USClaims

The American civil court system was, from its inception, intended to be a forum where litigants and plaintiffs could confidently seek a measure of justice in their conflicts with each other, regardless of financial means.

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Pre-Settlement Funding Gives Plaintiffs Time to Appeal

By USClaims

The verdict in the civil case you filed is in your favor, but the company you’ve been fighting for months decides to appeal. You won’t see any of the money the jury awarded to you anytime soon. It’s time to call USClaims today.

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Lessening the Pain of Medical Malpractice Cases with Pre-Settlement Funding

By USClaims

Do you think you can afford to wait for your settlement from your medical malpractice suit? The mortgage bank won’t. Neither will the utilities, the car insurance company, or your mounting medical bills.

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USClaims Can Help Plaintiffs on the Journey to Justice Against Automobile Manufacturers

By USClaims

It may be tempting to imagine that an automobile company that has suffered a highly-publicized legal setback will settle quickly and fairly when faced with new claims from injured consumers or their surviving family members. However, that would be a mistake.

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Helping Families Make Ends Meet After Losing a Breadwinner

By USClaims

Losing a loved one who was also a breadwinner can leave a gaping emotional and financial hole in your family. In the midst of your grief, you’re understandably unprepared to deal with the almost-as-devastating financial consequences that you are about to face.

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USClaims: Keeping Injured Plaintiffs in Their Homes

By USClaims

Everyone who works here at USClaims has been asked What do you do? at some point, especially when meeting new people. And let’s face it – as important as pre-settlement funding is, it is hard for some people to understand.

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USClaims: Helping David Face Goliath Since 1996

By USClaims

If you’ve been injured by the actions or negligence of a company with enormous financial resources and an army of lawyers at its disposal, you may feel like David trying to get Goliath to pay for what happened to you.

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Lawyers, Make Sure Your Client Can Stay on the Case

By USClaims

The prosecution of a civil lawsuit is a complicated and time-consuming process. One of the more unpleasant experiences of being an attorney is having to watch a client with a meritorious civil case prematurely abandon the quest for justice because he is unable meet his living expenses.

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