The litigation shaping the healthcare landscape
Healthcare makes up a significant percentage of the US economy, and healthcare litigation accordingly involves billions of dollars in disputes spanning a wide range of civil, criminal, and administrative matters
While the final impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on litigation remains to be seen, current high profile health claims are as diverse as product liability and mass homicide lawsuits, antitrust and patent cases, and disputes related to the Affordable Care Act.
Given the size and extent of the healthcare litigation sector, there is a significant opportunity for a variety of forms of litigation funding, from single claim financing and law firm financing to pursue claims portfolios to claims portfolio monetization for businesses or corporations pass.
Read our new whitepaper where Above the Law and Lake Whillans provide an in-depth look at the largest healthcare litigation and the role litigation funding can play.
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