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Lawsuit funding can help you avoid a financial disaster such as foreclosure, eviction, bankruptcy and ruined credit. Don't settle for less just because you are in desperate need of money.  Needless to say, When your  ability to work is affected, the longer your case lasts, the more difficult it becomes to pay everyday bills.

 

 

  • No employment verifications
  • No credit checks
  • No application fees
  • Fast & professional approvals
  • Repay us only if you win!

 

 

Welcome to Nexus Legal Cash!

Risk Free Advances

We provide risk-free advances to plaintiffs in pending lawsuits, as well as to their attorneys. You may be able to receive a cash advance months—or even years—before your case settles!

 

Some of the types of cases Nexus considers are: 

  • Personal Injury
  • Auto/ vehicle accidents
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Premises (Slip/ Trip/ Fall) Accidents
  • Sidewalk/ Stairwell/ Walkway Accidents
  • Subway Accidents
  • Workplace and Industrial Injuries
  • Product Liability Claims
  • Dogbites - Burns - Other Injuries

  

There are no applications fees, no credit check and no employment requirements. There are no monthly payments! We are repaid from the proceeds of your lawsuit if you win your case or reach an out-of-court settlement. If you don't win your case you pay us nothing!

 

Transvaginal Mesh, Vaginal Mesh, Pelvic Mesh Claims

Transvaginal mesh is used in the transvaginal repair of a condition called pelvic organ prolapse (POP), or to surgically treat stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition that occurs when one of the pelvic organs such as the bladder, uterus, bowel or rectum, drops from the normal position and pushes against the wall of the vagina. This happens when the muscles and connective tissues holding the organs in place are stressed and weakened over time. When treating pelvic organ prolapse, physicians often permanently implant the mesh in order to hold pelvic organs in place. When treating stress urinary incontinence (SUI), physicians often use the mesh to support the urethra or neck of the urinary bladder.

 

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