# Laplace transforms of fractional equation

is there a finite expression of the Laplace transforms of the function \begin{align} L\left[ {\frac{{{x^n}}}{{{{(1 + x)}^m}}}} \right]\quad n \ge m \end{align}

$$L_{n,m}(t)=\int \frac{x^n}{(1+x)^m} e^{-xt}\,dx=\Gamma (n+1) U(n+1,-m+n+2,t),$$ with $$U$$ the confluent hypergeometric function.
More explicit expressions, in terms of an incomplete Gamma function, can be given for definite values of $$n,m$$, for example, $$\{L_{1,1},L_{1,2},\ldots L_{1,5}\}=\left\{e^t \Gamma (-1,t),2 e^t \Gamma (-2,t),6 e^t \Gamma (-3,t),24 e^t \Gamma (-4,t),120 e^t \Gamma (-5,t)\right\}$$ $$\{L_{2,2},L_{2,3},\ldots L_{2,5}\}=\left\{\frac{1}{t}-e^t (t+2) \Gamma (0,t)+1,\frac{1}{t^2}-\frac{2}{t}+e^t (t+3) \Gamma (0,t)-1,\frac{t (t (t+3)-2)+2}{t^3}-e^t (t+4) \Gamma (0,t),e^t (t+5) \Gamma (0,t)-\frac{(t-1) (t (t (t+5)+2)+6)}{t^4}\right\}.$$