A Powerful Mix of Medicine, Law & Finance

A Case Funding Legal Finance Specialists and Medical Provider

The partnership of MedPort Billing and Case Funding enables us to support law firms and attorneys in need of medical guidance and financial assistance. Our loan products and medical consulting services are designed as a one-stop solution for attorneys with complex medical lawsuits or who are part of a mass tort litigation group with particular expertise for cases involving Transvaginal Mesh (TVM), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and product/pharmaceutical liability. Our acclaimed medical professionals can evaluate your cases for causation and medical necessity, helping to identify concerns early and then guide you through the next phases of your lawsuit. We can provide working capital or case/trial funding, and help secure expert witnesses so you can maximize your case’s potential. Next, we‘ll work to secure care for your uninsured or underinsured plaintiffs through a variety of medical procedure funding options. Our services will be there as cases progress and circumstances change, giving attorneys the edge when they need it.

Case Funding Inc. is a New York based specialty finance company and industry leader in providing litigation funding solutions to attorneys, law firms and personal injury and product liability victims. Case Funding provides medical funding solutions by factoring and purchasing medical liens from doctors, surgery centers and radiology centers. Working capital loans enable attorneys to invest in their cases and to pay for items such as expert witnesses and litigation support costs, operating expenses, business development and marketing campaigns and better manage cash flow overall. Selling or factoring medical liens allows medical providers to immediately improve their cash flow, reduce overhead and eliminate bad debt risk. Plaintiffs can receive funding for personal and other living expenses while they wait for their case to settle so they aren’t pressured into settling their case for less than its full value.