Frequently Asked Questions
We’re sure you have many questions about the process of obtaining legal financial compensation. In order to better help you, we’ve provided answers to many common questions that we are asked. We hope this section helps answer any questions you may have.
Are you going to sue my doctor?
No, we do not sue the doctor who performed your surgery or who prescribed your prescription. We focus instead on the major companies that produced the product or drug that caused you so much pain. In order to maximize your financial compensation, the major corporations who negligently produced these products must be held to blame rather than the doctors who implanted them.
How long does this process take?
With settlements like Pelvic Mesh, it can take many years to finally settle with companies that harmed you.
Is there a statute of limitations on my claim?
Yes, there is a statute of limitations on claims; these vary from state to state. As a result, it is beneficial to begin your claim as soon as possible.
What are my odds of winning?
Our team has a 95% win rate. We believe this makes us one of the best equipped companies to handle your claim and gives you the best chances of winning.
How much work will I have to do on this claim?
There will be minimal effort required on your part for this type of claim. We will need a phone call to learn about your story initially and from there, we will take care of everything for you.
Does your service really only cost money if I win?
Yes, we work on a contingency fee basis. This means that if we do not win your claim, we do not make any money. We are devoted to your claim and ensure our thorough attention.
Why should I work with you on this claim rather than a local attorney?
Because we take so many claims like yours, the major companies who produce your product are often times less willing to go to court against us. This means there is a greater likelihood of settling out of court and getting financial compensation in a shorter amount of time.
What is the likelihood I will have to appear in court?
There is a very low chance you will have to appear in court. In almost all of these cases, the company decides to settle rather than going to court. All that you will have to do is agree to the settlement.