Throughout your career, you will likely encounter at least a few potential cases that would qualify as medical malpractice cases. When these cases arise in Cherry Hill, Jersey City, Roseland, Hackensack, Fort Lee, or throughout the tri-state area, you will often be looking at some sort of structured settlement if the plaintiff comes out on top in the case. These structured settlements can be large amounts of money, and it is important to understand how to deal with them. The team at Settlement Funding Associates has helped hundreds of others understand what a medical malpractice structured settlement would look like and to put it all together. Call us today to learn more and have us help with your medical malpractice structured settlement.
What is Included in Medical Malpractice Cases
When someone first comes to you with an issue related to a medical procedure or location, you may not be thinking medical malpractice right from the beginning, but there are a variety of situations that can constitute medical malpractice. These can include surgical errors, a failure of identifying symptoms, prescribing the incorrect medication or having the improper dosage, as well as unnecessary medical procedures and more.
While it can very well be that what you are hearing is the first and only instance of such a case of medical malpractice, the odds are also strong that there may be a history of these kinds of decision-making. It can easily mushroom into a much bigger issue, and getting help, especially when it comes to the judgment portion of the case, is important so that you are doing things right for your firm and your client(s).
Why Use a Structured Settlement
Medical malpractice structured settlements are a desired option for plaintiffs for several reasons. Tax implications are one such concern as some cases may trigger a significant tax bill for the plaintiffs depending on the location and circumstances of the case. Another reason for a medical malpractice structured settlement is to allow the plaintiffs time to deal with such a large financial amount. Receiving a lump sum amount can often result in poor decision-making by the plaintiff, where having smaller amounts disbursed over several years allows for better decision-making for the money, especially when it comes to handling medical and other expenses.
Medical malpractice structured settlements are becoming more and more common, especially with large financial amounts, in Cherry Hill, Jersey City, Roseland, Hackensack, Fort Lee, and the surrounding areas. Don’t try to go it alone with these large amounts, bring in the experienced team from Settlement Funding Associates to help professionally handle a medical malpractice structured settlement. Call today to learn more.