NuvaRing & Yaz Claim lawsuit fundingTaken by millions of women since first released in 2001, Yaz and Yasmin are two of the most popular oral contraceptive drugs. New research has shown these drugs may increase the risk of blood clots. This can lead to serious conditions like stroke, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), and pulmonary embolism. The U.S. FDA and British Medical Journal released studies showing a dramatic increase in these blood clot risks in those women taking Yaz or Yasmin.

Multiple reports of injury or death following use of the drug were received by the FDA. Approximately 13,000 lawsuits have been filed by patients claiming injury from the birth control drugs Yaz and Yasmin according to a report from the drug maker Bayer.

Waiting for a Yaz lawsuit to settle can take months or even years. As plaintiffs wait for their settlement, they may start to feel the burden of financial stress.

If you are in this situation and need your settlement funds now, not later, contact us. We will work with you and your attorney to secure a pre settlement advance.

What Is a Pre Settlement Lawsuit Advance?

A pre settlement lawsuit advance provides the cash you need to pay living expenses and financial obligations while pursuing a settlement. There are no upfront fees, no monthly payments and no risk. Only repay when your case is won.

With our quick and easy application process, cash can be in your account in as little as 48 hours. Approval is based on the quality of your pending claim. We do not check your credit or employment history.

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