Med Mal Lawsuit Funding

Low-Cost Settlement Funding For Medical Malpractice Cases

TriMark Legal Funding provides the cash you need to survive until your malpractice lawsuit settles.

Settlement Funding For Medical Malpractice

TriMark Legal Funding provides medical malpractice lawsuit funding to injured plaintiffs nationwide. Med mal case funding can help you survive financially while giving your lawyer extra time to negotiate the maximum compensation you really deserve.

Settlement Funding For Medical Malpractice Cases
Medical errors account for as many as 251,000 deaths each year.

TriMark Legal Funding has provided lawsuit settlement funding on medical malpractice cases since 2003.

If you’re behind on bills and need cash immediately, we want to help. Call us at (877) 932-2628 or apply online.

When it comes to the US healthcare system, it’s fair to say that medical errors happen all the time.

In fact, patient safety experts at Johns Hopkins reported that over a quarter of a million deaths per year are attributable to medical errors.

Now, it’s true that not all medical errors are the result of medical malpractice. But still, that’s an average of 28 people each hour, each day, each year.

“Recent studies have estimated medical errors may account for as many as 251,000 deaths annually in the United States.”


Pre-Settlement Funding on Med Mal Cases

The trouble with medical malpractice lawsuit settlements is that they can take a long time to put together; up to three years on average.

Legal funding can be an ideal solution for stabilizing your finances while you’re waiting for your settlement to be finalized.

There are several “must-have’s” to qualify for medical malpractice lawsuit funding:

  1. Must be represented by a contingent-fee attorney
  2. The lawsuit must be filed in court
  3. Expert witness report(s) must be available for review

If you can check all four boxes and you’re in a financial bind, give us a call and let the professionals at TriMark Legal Funding help you today.

Let’s Talk!

Call us at (877) 932-2628 or send us your details & we’ll call you.

    This is a contact request form, not an application. If you would like to apply for funding, please click here.

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    Settlement Funding For Medical Malpractice FAQ

    Medical Malpractice Settlement Funding FAQ


    Lawsuit funding is available in amounts from $500 up to $750,000+.

    The size of lawsuit advance you are approved for will be determined by case-specific details such as how much you request, the severity and complexity of your injuries and treatment, how long the case has been going on, and the amount of total insurance coverage available, just to name a few.


    The lowest rates TriMark offers are non-compounding simple interest lawsuit loans, capped at 2x for your safety. TriMark Legal Funding prides itself on offering the lowest cost pre settlement funding in the industry and our “Lowest Rate Guarantee” leaves no room for doubt:

    TriMark will match or beat any competitor’s contract rate, period.


    No. To qualify for lawsuit funding, you must be represented by a contingent fee attorney.


    You keep the money and owe nothing.


    We offer funding on all types of contingent fee cases such as employment, civil rights, and personal injury lawsuits and much more.


    In most cases, yes. It is common for plaintiffs to get more than one lawsuit cash advance on their cases as the need arises.


    To ensure you still have a significant amount of money payable to you after your settlement advance is repaid, TriMark Legal Funding has the following limits in place:

    PENDING cases: We can fund up to 20% of the anticipated net settlement amount.
    SETTLED cases: We can fund up to 50% of the actual net settlement amount.


    Traditional loans are “recourse funding”; the obligation to repay is absolute.
    If a loan is not repaid, the lender has “legal recourse” against the borrower and may inflict civil and financial penalties, including seizure of any collateral pledged as security for the loan.

    Legal funding is “non-recourse funding”; the obligation to repay is outcome-contingent.
    If your case is not resolved successfully, either by settlement agreement or jury verdict, you may keep the money that was advanced to you and owe nothing.


    Almost all states allow lawsuit loans, although a few of them have special requirements. Currently, only 4 states do not allow lawsuit funding at all.

    For availability in your state, visit the areas we serve.


    It’s not a problem and we handle everything. The previous advance amount is simply paid off and rolled into the new loan, but don’t worry; it won’t cost you anything out-of-pocket.

    TriMark will arrange for the prior advance to be bought and rolled into your new lawsuit loan. At the same time your advance is funded, a check is sent to the previous legal funding company and that advance is paid off in full.


    Absolutely. Although not required, you may pay off the advance early using a tax refund for example. And if you choose to do so, there is no pre-payment penalty.

    How Settlement Funding For Medical Malpractice Works

    TriMark Legal Funding specializes in helping personal injury accident victims.
    Our non-recourse legal funding is a simple 3-step process:

    1. Apply for Funding

    You can apply online or by phone. We’ll answer your questions and gather some basic information about your case.

    2. Review & Approval

    Our team will work with your attorney to review documents. After approval, paperwork is executed via DocuSign.

    3. Receive Cash

    Funds can be FedExed overnight or wired directly into your bank account. Funding normally occurs less than 24 hours after approval.

    Why Choose TriMark Legal Funding?


    Receive $1,000 to $250,000 in 4-24 hours after approval. No upfront or hidden fees and no hassles – EVER. You can relax while we work with your attorney to get you approved quickly.


    On settled cases, we can offer capped, non-compounding rates of just over 2%.
    We will match or beat any competitor’s contract rate.

    100% RISK-FREE

    Receive cash now but repay nothing until after your case settles. No monthly payments. Approval is based on the points and estimated net value of your case.

    Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Loans

    What Is Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Funding?

    Lawsuit settlement funding for medical malpractice cases is often referred to by many names like lawsuit loan, pre-settlement loan, and settled case funding.

    Despite what people call it, however, it’s not a loan.

    Legal funding is a non-recourse cash advance of a portion of the anticipated future value of a plaintiff’s lawsuit settlement.

    There are lots of different medical specialties wherein medical malpractice can occur:

    • Acupuncture Malpractice
    • Anesthesia Malpractice
    • Anesthesiologist Malpractice
    • Chiropractic Malpractice
    • Clinical Malpractice
    • Colonoscopy Malpractice
    • Cosmetic Surgery Malpractice
    • CRNA Malpractice
    • Delayed Diagnosis Malpractice
    • Doctor Malpractice
    • Emergency Room Malpractice
    • Failure to Diagnose Malpractice
    • Gastric Bypass Malpractice
    • Hospital Malpractice
    • Lasik Malpractice
    • Medical Errors
    • Medical Misdiagnosis Malpractice
    • Medical Negligence Malpractice
    • Medication Errors Malpractice
    • Medicine Malpractice
    • Mental Health Malpractice
    • Military Medical Malpractice Malpractice
    • Misdiagnosis Malpractice
    • Nurse Malpractice
    • Nurse Practitioner Malpractice
    • Ob Gyn Malpractice
    • Orthopedic Malpractice
    • Pharmaceutical Malpractice
    • Pharmacy Malpractice
    • Physical Therapy Malpractice
    • Physician Malpractice
    • Plastic Surgery Malpractice
    • Prescription Errors Malpractice
    • Psychiatric Malpractice
    • Psychologist Malpractice
    • Radiology Malpractice
    • Surgeon Malpractice
    • Surgery Malpractice
    • Surgical Malpractice
    • VA Medical Malpractice Malpractice
    • Wrong Site Surgery Malpractice

    Have Questions?
    Call and speak with one of our funding experts today.

    Are you ready to move your life in a more positive direction?

    TriMark Legal Funding is excited to help you through this difficult time. We’ve helped thousands of people in similar circumstances, and we appreciate the opportunity to help you too.

    Lawsuit Funding FAQ Apply Now

    It’s free to apply, and it only takes a minute. Best of all, you could receive the money you need as quickly as tomorrow. You can apply online or call (877) 932-2628, and one of our friendly representatives will be happy to take your application right over the phone.

    Lawsuit funding from TriMark is just pure financial help, right when you need it most. And approvals can happen so fast that if you apply today, you could receive cash tomorrow.

    When you choose TriMark Legal Funding, you’re in excellent hands, and we’ve always got your back.

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