Money for Surgery

Accident Loan is a national lawsuit funding company, providing pre settlement loans and lawsuit cash advances to personal injury lawsuit plaintiffs and injured accident victims in the U.S.

We specialize in surgery lawsuit funding for accident victims

Have you been hurt in an accident and cash fast? We can help.

  1. Get Money to Pay for Surgery.
  2. Already had Surgery and Need a Loan on your case.

To get started, just fill out our online application. If your prefer, you can call us during standard business hours (EST) at 1-888-715-8701.

Surgery Lawsuit Funding

Surgery Lawsuit Funding

Accident Loan is lawsuit funding company providing pre settlement loans and lawsuit cash advances to accident victims and lawsuit plaintiffs in the U.S.

We specialize in surgery lawsuit funding for injured accident victims and personal injury lawsuit plaintiffs. If you need pre settlement funding to pay for a surgery or you need a cash advance on your active lawsuit to help you pay your bills, Accident Loan has a lawsuit lending option for you.

We are a leading provider of lawsuit cash advance loans to injured accident victims who desperately need financial assistance paying for surgery and those who have already undergone surgery and need a cash advance now until they get their lawsuit settlement.

Our surgery lawsuit funding also referred to as lawsuit funding for surgery is a lawsuit settlement loan program for plaintiffs that serves two purpose:

  1. Surgery lawsuit funding - This lawsuit funding program is designed for injured accident victims and plaintiffs who already had surgery and simply need a cash advance to help them stay afloat while they are going through the litigation process, waiting for their case to settle.
  2. Surgery lawsuit funding - This lawsuit funding program is a risk-free cash advance to accident victims who need help paying for a surgical procedure. If you have been seriously injured in an accident that was not your fault and you're searching for a loan to cover the cost of your operation, our lawsuit funding for surgery option can advance the money to pay your doctor and surgical center.

Surgery can be very expensive. And unfortunately, many innocent accident victims simply can't afford to pay for a medically necessary surgical procedure out of pocket. Lawsuit funding for surgery is designed to help uninsured and financially disadvantaged lawsuit plaintiffs pay for their medically necessary surgery, medical treatment, and rehabilitation care.

Surgery lawsuit funding can help patients with personal injury claims and accident lawsuits who do not have health insurance, personal injury protection insurance PIP coverage, no-fault insurance benefits, or medical payment Med Pay insurance coverage. Another benefit of our surgery lawsuit funding option is that undergoing a medically necessary surgical procedure for injuries causally related to your accident can potentially increase the monetary value of your injury case significantly. This can result in a bigger lawsuit settlement payout for an accident victim.

Don't wait. Apply today for lawsuit funding for surgery if you have an active injury case and your doctor has recommended surgery but you don't have medical coverage or the money to pay the procedure. Lawsuit funding for surgery is the fast, easy, and risk-free way for lawsuit plaintiff and bodily injury claimants to get money for surgery.

Lawsuit Funding for Surgical and Medical Procedures - How it Works

Our surgery lawsuit funding program is innovative yet quite simple. The program works by our lawsuit funding company advancing the costs and expenses of an operation, such as the surgeon's fee, anesthesiologist, surgery center or hospital, and post follow-up care.

For example: Plaintiff Tom was hurt in an auto accident that was caused by a McDonald's™ tractor trailer truck. After the accident, Tom hired an attorney to represent him in a personal injury claim and he started receiving treatment for his neck pain, lower back pain, and knee pain. Physical therapy and chiropractic treatment failed help Tom and his doctor sent him for an MRI scan of his left knee. The MRI revealed a meniscus tear, which he sustained in the car accident. Tom's orthopedic doctor recommended that he have right knee arthroscopic surgery. The total cost of the operation is $20,000. Unfortunately, Tom does not have insurance that will pay for the surgical procedure and he is unable to pay out of pocket.

Tom needs to have surgery but he does not have a way to pay for it. And, since he does not have a credit history or has damaged credit, he is unable to turn to a bank or traditional lender. That's where Accident Loan and our lawsuit funding for surgical procedures come in.

In the above example, Accident Loan could help the injured accident victims by advancing the total cost of procedure by paying the medical procedures directly.

The surgery funding is not a bank loan and is better than surgery financing. There is no credit check, no income requirements, and no monthly payments. Best of all, the lawsuit cash advance is paid back only if and when the accident victims win or settle the lawsuit or the claim is paid.

Surgery Lawsuit Funding - Pre Settlement Loans and Lawsuit Funding

Surgery funding is designed to help people who have been hurt in an accident that was not their fault and who have hired an accident lawyer to represent them is a bodily injury claim.

This funding program can help you pay for surgery and give you a cash advance on your pending lawsuit if you have already undergone surgery or are scheduled for an operation.

Accident Loan is full-service lawsuit funding company. We provide a pre-settlement loans and lawsuit loans. Surgery lawsuit funding is available for most personal injury, liability accident lawsuit such as, car accident lawsuits, slip and fall accident lawsuits, taxi cab accident lawsuits, 18 wheeler truck accident lawsuits, premises liability accident lawsuits, tractor trailer accident lawsuits.

We are authorized to fund lawsuit cases on personal injury cases in more than 40 States throughout the U.S. We offer Oregon surgery lawsuit funding, New York surgery lawsuit funding, Texas surgery lawsuit funding Texas, New Jersey surgery lawsuit funding, California surgery lawsuit funding, Atlanta surgery lawsuit funding, Michigan surgery lawsuit funding, and Georgia surgery lawsuit funding Georgia, to just name a few states.

Eligible Surgical Procedures

Arthroscopic Surgery -Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure on a joint in which an examination and sometimes treatment of damage is performed using an arthroscope, an endoscope that is inserted into the joint through a small incision. Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure orthopaedic surgeons use to visualize, diagnose, and treat problems inside a joint.

Spinal Fusion Surgery - Spinal fusion is a neurosurgical or orthopedic surgical technique that joins two or more vertebrae. Surgeons use supplementary bone tissue—either from the patient or a donor—or artificial bone substitutes in conjunction with the body's natural bone growth processes to fuse two or more adjoining vertebrae. Lumbar spinal fusion is surgery to join, or fuse, two or more vertebrae in the low back. Spinal fusion is major surgery, usually lasting several hours. There are different methods of spinal fusion. Bone is taken from the pelvic bone or from a bone bank. The bone is used to make a bridge between vertebrae that are next to each other. This bone graft helps new bone grow.Metal implants are usually used to hold the vertebrae together until new bone grows between them.

Interventional Pain Management - Interventional pain medicine is a medical specialty devoted to the use of invasive techniques such as epidural steroid injections, facet joint injections, nerve blocks, neuroaugmentation, vertebroplasty, kyphoplasty, nucleoplasty, endoscopic discectomy, and percutaneous spine fusion. If you have a pending personal injury lawsuit case and had epidural steroid injections, you are eligible for settlement funding for your lawsuit.

Laminectomy Surgery -A laminectomy is a surgical procedure that removes a portion of the vertebral bone called the lamina. The back muscles are pushed aside rather than cut and the parts of the vertebra adjacent to the lamina are left intact.

Discectomy Surgery - A discectomy is the surgical removal of herniated disc material that presses on a nerve root or the spinal cord. The procedure involves removing the central portion of an intervertebral disc, the nucleus pulposus, which causes pain by stressing the spinal cord or radiating nerves.A herniated disk can irritate or compress nearby nerves and cause pain, numbness or weakness. These symptoms can affect your neck or back or may radiate down your arms or legs. Diskectomy surgery works best on radiating symptoms.

Reconstructive Surgery -Reconstructive surgery is performed to treat structures of the body affected aesthetically or functionally by congenital defects, developmental abnormalities, trauma, infection, tumors or disease. It is generally done to improve function and ability, but may also be performed to achieve a more typical appearance of the affected structure. Reconstructive surgery is generally covered by most health insurance policies, although coverage for specific procedures and levels of coverage may vary greatly.

Laminotomy Surgery - Laminotomy is a surgical procedure performed to relieve spinal cord and/or nerve root compression.

Burn Surgery Scar Surgery - Burn scars are the result of an accident from a fire or hot surface. They can apper depressed, raised, shiny, smooth or rough. Darker than the natural skin pigmentation or completely void of color. Different colors as they heal, with reddish or bluish pigmentation. Thicker and tougher in texture than normal skin.

Amputation -Amputation is the removal of a limb by trauma, medical illness, or surgery. As a surgical measure, it is used to control pain or a disease process in the affected limb, such as malignancy or gangrene. In some cases, it is carried out on individuals as a preventative surgery for such problems.

If you have been serious hurt in any type of accident that was not your fault and that resulted in an amputation, you can get a cash advance on your pending lawsuit. Call Accident Loan at 1-888-715-8701.

Back Surgery - Spinal fusion. This is the most common surgery for back pain. The doctor will join spinal bones, called vertebrae, together. Laminectomy. In this procedure, a surgeon removes parts of the bone, bone spurs, or ligaments in your back. This relieves pressure on spinal nerves and can ease pain or weakness. It can make your spine less stable. If that happens, you’ll probably need a spinal fusion. Doctors sometimes do the two procedures together. Foraminotomy. The surgeon cuts away bone at the sides of your vertebrae to widen the space where nerves exit your spine. The extra room may relieve pressure on the nerves and ease your pain. Like a laminectomy, this procedure can also make your spine less stable. So the surgeon may do a spinal fusion at the same time. That’ll increase the amount of time you need for recovery. Diskectomy. Sometimes a disk, the cushion that separates your vertebrae, can slip out of place, press on a spinal nerve, and cause back pain. In a diskectomy, the surgeon removes all or part of the disk. He may have to make a big cut in your back, or he may be able to do it through a small one. Sometimes it’s part of a larger surgery that includes laminectomy, foraminotomy, or spinal fusion.

Shoulder Surgery -Shoulder surgery repairs a damaged, degenerated or diseased shoulder joint. It is a treatment for a variety of diseases and conditions in your shoulder joint. These commonly include rotator cuff tears, shoulder dislocations, and shoulder separations. Shoulder surgery can potentially help restore pain-free range of motion and full function to a damaged shoulder joint.

Ankle & foot Surgery -Injuries to the knees, ankles and feet can affect either the bones or the soft tissues found in these body parts. Some of the common types of injuries that may occur include: Broken bones – Fractured kneecaps, broken tibias, broken fibias and broken taluses are very common in car accidents. Bones can break anywhere in the foot, as well as in the ankle and knee. Sprains or strains – The knees and ankles are both susceptible to strains and sprains, which occur when the soft tissues are damaged in a car accident. Soft tissues include the cartilage, ligaments, muscles, tendons and other tissues that surround, support and connect the bones. Meniscus tears –When the knee is twisted or bent at an unnatural angle, the meniscus can tear and cause significant mobility issues. An MCL or ACL tear –The medial collateral ligament and the anterior cruciate ligament are both found in the knees and both may tear in a car wreck. You are likely to hear a loud popping sound if a ligament tears, and you may experience severe pain and extensive swelling. The knee will have a difficult time bearing weight, and you will probably require surgery to reconstruct the torn ligaments.

Dental Surgery / TMJ - Millions of drivers experience injuries from auto accidents. The auto accident can result in TMJ from severe head and neck injuries . Temporomandibular joint disease (TMJ) may also present as a complication from the auto accident. Temporomandibular joint disease, TMJ, is a painful condition which carries the same symptoms as whiplash and, therefore, if these symptoms are persistent after an auto accident, our TMJ specialtists will provide the appropriate treatment.

Herniated Disc - A herniated disc directly affects the central nervous system which controls all our bodily functions, and is an extremely serious injury. A herniated disc generally occurs due to the whiplash effect of a car crash that causes axial loading on the discs or vertebrae. The discs may become deformed or pressed against the spinal cord or the nerve roots which exit from the spinal cord for the arms and legs. This deformation of the disc or pressure on the spinal cord may cause minor pain in the back and in severe cases it can even cause paralysis of the limbs or body.

Bulging Disc - Bulging discs, also known as a disc protrusion, are a very common occurrence. If left untreated, the disc can continue to bulge until it tears, which is then classified as a herniated disc.

Torn Meniscus - A torn meniscus is one of the most common knee injuries. A meniscus tear may occur when the knee is twisted in an awkward position and force is applied, which may be the case in a car accident.

Rotator Cuff Tear -A rotator cuff tear is a tear of one or more of the tendons of the four rotator cuff muscles of the shoulder.A torn rotator cuff will weaken your shoulder. This means that many daily activities, like combing your hair or getting dressed, may become painful and difficult to do. If you have been been diagnosed with a torn rotator cuff in your shoulder due to a car accident, premises trip and fall accident, truck accident, or slip and fall accident and you need a lawsuit cash advance on your pending lawsuit, call Accident Loan now to borrow cash from $500 to $50,000.

Fracture - A fracture is a broken bone. A bone fracture is a medical condition in which there is a damage in the continuity of the bone. A bone fracture can be the result of high force impact or stress, or a minimal trauma injury as a result of certain medical conditions that weaken the bones

Disc Herniation - A herniated disc is a spinal disc in a person’s spine that has herniated or worked its way out of its normal position between the spine’s vertebrae and pushed into the spinal canal. The injury part of a herniated cervical disc occurs when the herniated cervical disc compresses or puts pressure on the spinal cord, the nerves that carry messages from the brain to the different parts of a person’s body, which travels through the spinal canal. The result is that a herniated cervical disc injury may cause an afflicted person to suffer arm or leg pain, numbness, tingling and/or muscle weakness at the site of the herniation or in areas serviced by nerves affected by the herniation.

Disc Bulge - A bulging disc is where the disc in the spine bulges outside the space it normally occupies between your vertebrae, but it doesn't rupture. A bulging disc affects a much larger part of the disc than a herniated disc.

Meniscal Tear - The meniscus is a piece of cartilage that provides a cushion between your thighbone (femur) and shinbone (tibia). There are two menisci in each knee joint. Tears can lead to pain and/or swelling of the knee joint.

Torn Rotator Cuff - A rotator cuff tear is a tear of one or more of the tendons of the four rotator cuff muscles of the shoulder that allow the arm to rotate at the shoulder. Rotator cuff tears can also affect the tendons that hold these muscles together. A rotator cuff tear can include partial or complete tear of tendons or torn muscles in the shoulder. It’s just one type of painful injury that car accident victims may sustain in a serious car accident.