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Pre-Settlement Lawsuit Funding on Defective Medical Device Litigation

TriMark is one of America’s top legal funding companies. We provide pre-settlement cash advances nationwide to plaintiffs with defective medical devices.

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With each new pharmaceutical lawsuit, new light is shed on the ever-blurring lines between consumer protection and the FDA; not to mention the fading line between consumer safety and the ever-widening chasm of corporate greed, non-accountability and irresponsibility.

Judging by the hundreds of thousands of new lawsuits filed each year, and by the fact that thousands of them are Multi-District Litigation (MDL) and class action lawsuits that have been filed against pharmaceutical companies last year, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out that pharmaceutical irresponsibility has reached epidemic proportions.

Bad drug recalls happen all the time and litigation against manufacturers such as Johnson & Johnson, DePuy, CR Bard, Eli Lilly, Merck & Co, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Medtronic, Wright Medical Technology, Zimmer, Stryker, Boston Scientific and American Medical Systems make national news on a regular basis and are just a few of the cases we currently offer lawsuit settlement funding on.

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With each new product liability or wrongful death lawsuit that gets filed against big pharmaceuticals, new light gets shed on the ever-more-blurring lines between consumer protection and the big pharma “getting another one over on the folks at the FDA”. Not to mention the nearly invisible line between consumer safety and the ever-widening chasm of corporate greed, non-accountability and irresponsibility.

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