Public Policy

August 11, 2022

Expert Reviewed
Public Policy
— 3 min read
5 Reasons Not to Email Medical Records to PI Firms

Here are the top five reasons why you should ditch email and move to a more secure method of document sharing.

The Mighty Team

July 1, 2021

Expert Reviewed
Public Policy
— 16 min read
Amicus Brief: Plaintiff Financing Not A Loan

The court of appeal’s interpretation of the Colorado’s Uniform Consumer Credit Code (the “UCCC”), section 5-1-301(25) misinterprets the intention of the Colorado legislature and is against public policy.

The Mighty Team

January 1, 2021

Expert Reviewed
Public Policy
— 6 min read
The In's and Out's of PIP

As car owners, attorneys, and legal funders who deal with motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) know, navigating automobile insurance can be a complicated process. For you, a better understanding of insurance directly affects your ability to make strong investments in the space. Why is it important? The statistics say it all.

The Mighty Team

January 1, 2021

Expert Reviewed
Public Policy
— 4 min read
Everything You Need to Know About Thresholds

This post continues our writing on motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) and U.S. auto insurance regimes, with an emphasis on the "threshold" concept under no-fault insurance regimes, which are also known as personal injury protection insurance or PIP.

The Mighty Team

January 1, 2021

Expert Reviewed
Public Policy
— 2 min read
Fee-Shifting and the American Rule

In general, litigants in U.S. courts pay for their own attorneys’ fees and costs, regardless of the outcome of the case. This is known as the “American Rule”.

The Mighty Team

January 1, 2021

Expert Reviewed
Public Policy
— 3 min read
Georgia: Contractual & Statutory Liens, Oh My!

Across the country, medical providers protect themselves by signing liens (or letters of protection) when treating personal injury (“PI”) cases. However, the subtle differences in laws require different approaches in different states!

The Mighty Team

January 1, 2021

Expert Reviewed

The Mighty Team

January 1, 2021

Expert Reviewed
Public Policy
— 7 min read
What You Missed in the NY Post’s Takedown of Lawsuit Funding

The NY Post last week published a front page story, Sue the City, casting aspersions on the personal injury lawsuit funding industry and one of its oldest companies, LawCash.

The Mighty Team

January 1, 2021

Expert Reviewed