What is Quantitative Pupillometry?
It’s a quick, noninvasive, method of analyzing changes in pupil size that may indicate signs of brain injury much quicker, and less costly, than other methods – it may become a handy tool for helping to determine if your clients have also sustained a TBI even if there are no obvious signs of a brain injury.
QP is becoming more common and only takes approximately 2 minutes to administer.
Medical Funding is provided by a medical funding company that may purchase medical bills, often associated with a plaintiff involved in a personal injury case, from a medical provider at an agreed upon rate.
Otherwise, what is an attorney to do if their uninsured or underinsured plaintiff needs medical help, but they are not able to find a medical provider who will accept a medical lien to provide the needed services?
What is Medical Funding?
In its simplest form, medical funding is a service that is offered by a medical funding company where medical bills associated with a personal injury case can be purchased from a medical provider who may not want to hold a lien and have to wait for a legal case to settle before they are paid.
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