Getting injured in an accident can have devastating physical and emotional effects, but those stresses may be compounded by financial issues, Easy Legal Finance Inc. president and CEO Larry Herscu tells AdvocateDaily.com.
Personal injury plaintiffs may want to err on the side of caution when it comes to posting to their social media accounts, Easy Legal Finance Inc. president and CEO Larry Herscu tells AdvocateDaily.com.
With summer the busiest driving season for motorcycles, it’s important for everyone on the roadways to be aware of their surroundings at all times to avoid a crash, Toronto settlement loan provider Larry Herscu of Easy Legal Finance tells AdvocateDaily.com.
British Columbia’s new legislation to limit payouts for pain and suffering for many motor vehicle accident victims will have a devastating impact on those who are injured in that province and in need of treatment to recover, says Toronto settlement loan provider Larry Herscu of Easy Legal Finance.
In a move that aims to position Easy Legal Finance Inc. for long-term growth in new markets within Canada, the legal financing firm has acquired Edmonton-based Rhino Legal Finance Inc.
Easy Legal Finance Inc. acquires Rhino Legal Finance Inc.
Positions firm as a leading provider of financial solutions, servicing the personal injury sector.
April 18, 2018 – Easy Legal Finance Inc. a Canadian legal financing firm, announced today, the acquisition of Rhino Legal Finance Inc. Based in Edmonton and established in 2003, Rhino Finance Inc. pioneered the business of settlement lending to clients involved in personal injury claims.
The convergence of two trends — seniors retiring while still in debt and continuing to drive until an advanced age — has created a financial pitfall for those who get into an accident and must wait for an insurance company settlement, says Toronto settlement loan provider Larry Herscu of Easy Legal Finance.
VICTORIA — Allowing people to sue for pain and suffering in car accidents has been viewed as a fundamental principle in British Columbia, but that changed Tuesday when the government joined Canada’s other provinces in limiting payouts to some crash victims because of a financial crisis at the public insurance corporation.