January 27, 2015

Lawsuit Financial has the Solution and the Process is Simple!

Lawsuit Financial understands the physical, emotional, and financial impact plaintiffs face after a personal injury or wrongful death. While an attorney can help obtain the maximum recovery under the law, achieving a settlement can take months, if not years. For those in dire need of financial assistance, the waiting game is not that simple. Obtaining lawsuit funding is!

No legitimate claim should ever be barred from justice. If so, our justice system has failed. Personal injury litigation is truly a David vs Goliath undertaking and a financially desperate plaintiff is not a positive influence upon settlement negotiations. Since Lawsuit Financial is owned and operated by an attorney with over 37 years’ experience as a trial lawyer and 15 years as an underwriter and situational analyst of lawsuit financial transactions, the company is uniquely qualified to assist plaintiffs and their attorneys in increasing settlement or verdict results. We do this by providing plaintiffs with a strategic lawsuit cash advance, preventing them from being forced to settle valuable cases for pennies on the dollar, simply because of the need for immediate cash.

Lawsuit Financial knows that timing is of the essence. That’s why we made our lawsuit funding process simple! Once you complete a one-page funding application, we will do the rest – contact your attorney for documentation and review your case by our in-house underwriters. If approved for funding, we can wire your cash advance directly into your bank account within 24 – 48 hours. Once the bills are paid, you can focus on the more important things such as healing physically and emotionally. There no up-front fees, no credit check, and no monthly payments; you pay nothing until your case settles. If you do not recover a settlement, you owe nothing.

If you are in a pending lawsuit and need financial assistance, Lawsuit Financial may have the solution for you. Call us today or simply complete our online funding application to get started.

January 26, 2015

When your Case is going through a Long Legal Process, Lawsuit Funding Could be your Answer

Personal injury lawsuits usually involve a long legal process. Because defendant with deep pockets are in no hurry to settle a case and pay fairly, a plaintiff must be willing to wait it out to achieve full compensation. For many, income and savings can’t keep up with the bills especially for those unable to work. Faced with significant financial hardship, some plaintiffs will seek help from family or friends, while others will be forced to settle for less than deserved just to avoid financial ruin. When cash is low, but the bills are high, consider lawsuit funding.

Unless you are in need and searching for a lawsuit funding, you most likely have never heard of this form of legal financing. So what is it and how does it work? Simply put, lawsuit funding helps relieve the financial pressures and reduce the need to accept a settlement too early for too little. Instead of worrying about how you will pay yet another bill or avoid foreclosure or bankruptcy, a lawsuit cash advance helps you concentrate on healing and pursuing your lawsuit to full case value. Although it may appear to be a loan, lawsuit funding is actually a non-recourse cash advance against your expected settlement. There are no mountains of paperwork, no credit checks, no employment verification, and no upfront fees to apply. All that is needed is a pending lawsuit, attorney representation, and a case with merit.

The application process is quick and easy, and can be reviewed with minimal case documentation. We typically can make a funding decision within 24 – 48 hours. There are no out-of-pocket expenses; nothing is paid until you win your case at which time repayment is made from the settlement. If for any reason you fail to win your lawsuit, you would owe nothing; repayment of the lawsuit cash advance is completely waived.

Are you in the middle of a stressful personal injury lawsuit and need cash fast? Is the financial strain of your case too much to handle? To determine if lawsuit funding is a viable solution to your money worries, contact us today. We would be happy to provide a free, no-obligation consultation. If you are ready to apply, simply start your application by clicking here.

January 20, 2015

Going to Work should not be a Grave Mistake!

Work sites are required to provide a safe environment for employees. They must comply with up-to-date safety procedures and provide workers with the proper equipment to ensure safety. If a company fails to do so, it may be held liable for job site accidents.

A bridge collapsed on southbound Interstate 75 in Cincinnati sending tons of concrete crashing to ground, killing a construction worker. The man was part of a contractor crew working on the demolition of the bridge. As the bridge collapsed, a tractor trailer struck the collapsed section as it hit the ground. The truck driver suffered minor and not life-threatening injuries.

The Cincinnati Fire Department said the collapse happened about 10:30 p.m. Monday while the bridge was undergoing demolition. A new bridge had previously been constructed, but there is no immediate indication that the old bridge had any structural problems. The city will be working with the Department of Transportation to determine what caused the collapse. The deceased construction worker leaves behind a fiancé and four young children.

At this time, there has been no mention whether the worker was wearing a safety restraint or tethered to the bridge to prevent a fall, but skimping on safety is dangerous. As more of our public infrastructure is built and maintained by private companies, responsible contracting is more important than ever to prevent workplace accidents. Unfortunately, when private firms are awarded contracts, the bidding and decision process is focused on cost and performance on previous jobs, will little or no consideration to the contractor’s compliance with safety regulations. Additionally, many projects of this scope include the state agency, contractor and possibly multiple subcontractors, making accountability more challenging.

When a worker is killed in an on-the-job accident, his family can seek workers’ compensation death benefits. However, worker’s compensation benefits are usually inadequate when it comes to compensating a family for losing a primary or sole wage earner. Families may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the victim's employer and any third-parties whose negligence may have caused or contributed to the fatal incident. An experienced attorney will be able to help the family better understand their legal rights and options.

If the unfortunate family needs some financial help to get through a long litigation process, they may want to consider a service known as lawsuit funding, a cash advance against their pending claim. At Lawsuit Financial, the application process is quick and easy by phone or via our website. Once approved for funding, the family would be able to pay their ordinary bills and expenses, as well as funeral expenses within 24 – 48 hours. There is no need for a credit check or employment verification and there are no monthly payments. Lawsuit funding is provided based solely on the merits of the case with repayment upon reaching a settlement. But, if the case is lost, repayment of the lawsuit cash advance is completely excused.

If you are in a pending personal injury lawsuit and struggling financially to make ends meet, don't settle you case for pennies on the dollar. Lawsuit funding may provide some financial relief, giving your attorney the time needed to obtain fair compensation for your loss. Call Lawsuit Financial and discover the benefits of our no-risk “lawsuit loans.”

January 19, 2015

When Your Life is changed in an Instant

Being involved in a serious auto accident can have long-lasting consequences for you and your loved ones, sometimes including medical bills, funeral expenses, loss of income, and more. When considering a lawsuit, the first course of action should be contacting a personal injury attorney. It could be the difference between a fair settlement and inadequate compensation for your loss. Determining who is at fault can take time. If you are struggling financially, don’t consider settling your case for less than you deserve. Pre-settlement funding can make the difference between a smaller, earlier settlement and a full and fair settlement that holds the defendant responsible for the harm it caused.

In a 2013 auto accident, a 17-year-old Georgia teen died and her father was seriously injured. He suffered fractured ribs and his legs were crushed in the accident and is still being treated for his injuries; surgery is likely. Her parents recently filed two separate lawsuits - one alleging wrongful death and the other seeking damages for her father’s injuries. The suits claims the teen driver of the other vehicle was negligent in failing to obey state driving laws, yield the right of way, and keep a “proper lookout” while behind the wheel. Her father was also named in the suit.

It goes without saying that losing a loved one in an auto accident leaves an emotional scar on any family. In the midst of the grief, it is hard to deal with the financial consequences, especially in a case like this where the sole breadwinner was seriously injured. A complex and time-consuming lawsuit can add more strain on financial resources. Lawsuit Financial helps ensure that plaintiffs have the financial resources to endure a lengthy litigation process. Pre-settlement funding can assist with mortgage/rent payments, funeral costs, medical expenses, and other household living expenses. There is no credit check or employment verification in applying for funding. If approved, there are no payments until the case settles. If the case is lost, there is no repayment.

If you need financial assistance during a pending personal injury lawsuit, don’t settle for settlement sake; call Lawsuit Financial and see if we can help change your life in an instant.

January 9, 2015

A Safe, Easy Cash Advances for Injured People in a Pending Personal Injury Lawsuit

A 36 year old woman involved in an auto accident when her vehicle was struck on the side by the defendant driver who ran a stop sign. After being removed from the vehicle by the "jaws of life", she underwent surgery for a crushed right knee and a fractured pelvis. She also suffered from extreme pain to her low back, neck, and right shoulder. Although her attorney was able to litigate her case and settle for $825,000, it took nearly four years. Why? The insurance company denied the claim. Then, they offered the woman $350,000 to settle. The insurance company could afford to stall, but this innocent woman could not. She was unable to return to work and the medical bills were mounting. She sought the legal funding services of Lawsuit Financial and was able to pay her outstanding bills within 48 hours.

Lawsuits are expensive; the majority of injured people who make claims do not have significant assets. If the injured person is unable to work, has reduced income, or has expenses associated with care or disability; it may not be possible to wait until the end of the lawsuit before obtaining funds. Lawsuit Financial helps plaintiffs’ level playing field; it prevents injured people from being forced, by financial distress to settle valuable cases too early for too little.

Obtaining a lawsuit cash advance is quick and easy with our online application. Upon receipt, our underwriters will review your case and if approved, funds can be wired into your account for immediate use. Although the lawsuit cash advance is usually to pay for immediate living expenses and medical bills, it can be used as you wish. There are no credit checks, employment verification, or hassles. Repayment is made once the case is settled. Best of all, you pay NOTHING if your case is lost.

Lawsuit funding is not for everyone, but it can be a very powerful tool to help a plaintiff fight for fair compensation. Call Lawsuit Financial or visit us online to learn how we can help you leverage your expected lawsuit award with a lawsuit cash advance.

January 8, 2015

Don’t Let the Insurance Company Starve You into an Early Settlement

While a lawsuit may provide compensation for losses incurred due to the wrongful death of a loved one, many will experience significant financial hardship in the interim. The bills keep coming and they need to be paid. When this happens, plaintiffs often find it advantageous to seek wrongful death lawsuit funding to get through until their attorney can negotiate a settlement or obtain a verdict in court.

Lawsuit funding is a cash advance to help with immediate needs such as paying medical expenses, lost wages, funeral expenses, and daily living expenses. It can also mean a better settlement value since you have time to fight - insurance companies make low offers because they know most people can't wait.

It all begins by completing a one-page funding application. Next, the funding company will obtain case documentation from your attorney in order to determine case merit. If the application is approved, funds can be received via overnight mail or wire transfer, in as little as 24 hours. Additional benefits of lawsuit funding are:

• No application fee.
• No credit checks.
• No employment verification. You do not need to be working.
• No payment until your case settles.
• No risk. If you lose your case, you owe nothing!

If you need to pay the rent or mortgage, auto payments, funeral expenses, or everyday living expenses, lawsuit funding may be the important tool you are looking for to support your family as you wait for compensation. To speak with our representatives who can best help you understand your options call us toll-free at 877-377-7848 or complete our online contact form.

December 26, 2014

Obtaining Financial Strength to Withstand a Lawsuit

Auto accidents occur every day, resulting in serious injuries and expensive medical treatments. While life is not easy after an auto accident, it is even harder to fight for a quick and fair settlement. The financial impact can be devastating especially when the injured is unable to return to work. The same insurance company you thought would assist you in recovering compensation, will fight to keep the money in their own pockets through deny, delay, and defend tactics, even in the most valid claim. Faced with no means to sustain oneself, a plaintiff may feel forced to settle for less than deserved. With legal representation and lawsuit funding this does not have to be the case.

An experienced auto accidents attorney knows how insurance companies play the game and will fight to obtain the best possible settlement. If the case is dragging on longer than expected and it is becoming difficult to pay the bills and put food on the table, a legal funding company can provide a lawsuit cash advance against the future proceeds of the case.

A lawsuit cash advance assists families involved in contentious litigation by paying their immediate expenses - daily household expenses, medical bills, mortgage, and costs associated with injuries, while they await a verdict or settlement. Lawsuit funding is not a loan; there is no application fee, no monthly payments, and no credit checks or employment verification. Funds are provided based on the case-value only. Once approved, a check can be wired directly into the client’s bank account within 24 – 48 hours. This non-recourse cash advance is completely contingent upon the outcome of the case. Repayment is made once the case successfully settles, but if the case is lost, repayment is waived in its entirety.

If you have been seriously injured in an auto accident due to the negligence of someone else, have filed a personal injury lawsuit, and struggling financially, don’t become desperate and accept a settlement that is less than case value. Lawsuit funding has helped thousands of plaintiffs overcome financial pressures and it may be able to help you, too. Simply complete the online funding application or call our office toll-free at 1-877-377-7848. We will review your application, talk to your attorney, and do everything possible to provide a lawsuit cash advance so you can pay your bills and give your attorney time to negotiate the highest settlement you deserve. Click here to apply now.

December 23, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Protects Plaintiffs’ Financial Status during Dangerous Road Condition Lawsuit

Not all auto accidents are caused by drunk, negligent, or inattentive drivers. Many are at least partially the result of poor road construction or design, including improperly graded curves, missing guardrails, potholes, malfunctioning traffic lights, or inadequate lighting. It is the job of the Department of Transportation, the local government and the state to design and maintain roads and highways to ensure that roads are safe and hazard-free and dangerous conditions will not imperil motorists exercising reasonable care. When an auto accident occurs due to the poor design and maintenance of the roadway, and to some extent contributed to the accident, the entity in charge of the roads may be held liable. Filing a lawsuit against a government agency can be tricky – (the reason the “fighting city hall” reference exists).

Winning a lawsuit resulting from dangerous road accident involves proving the government was aware of a significant roadway danger, but failed to fix it. Government agencies will often argue that an accident was the result of driver carelessness or error when a dangerous roadway may have been partially or completely the cause. An experienced auto accident attorney can analyze all the evidence to determine if a dangerous road condition was the cause and seek compensation for losses incurred, but the legal process can be costly and time-consuming. This is on top of the expenses a family may already be facing due to the injuries sustained. Even if the injuries or death did not result in loss of income, plaintiffs may struggle to make ends meet. When all means of financial support are exhausted, lawsuit funding can help.

Often times referred to as a "lawsuit loan”, lawsuit funding is immediate cash without credit checks, employment verifications or monthly payments. Unlike a traditional bank loan, lawsuit funding is based solely on the details of your case. With some of the bills paid - medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, daily household expenses - plaintiffs can focus on healing and avoid settling for less than case value. Unlike a bank loan that must be paid back no matter the end results, lawsuit funding is only repaid when the case successfully settles. Lose the case, repayment of the cash advance is waived.

If you have been injured or lost a loved one in an auto accident, Lawsuit Financial may be able to provide the financial support you and your family need while awaiting a settlement or other resolution in your case. There are no hidden fees and no obligation to accept, even if we approve your application. Funding is typically available within 24 - 48 hours. Call us at 1-877-377-7848 or visit us online for a free case evaluation.

December 22, 2014

Trust a Legal Finance Industry Leader for your Lawsuit Cash Advance

Lawsuit Financial has been a leader in the legal finance industry for over 15 years. Our lawsuit funding services are available to seriously injured victims of an auto accident, medical malpractice, slip and fall, product liability, and more. The only requirements to qualify is attorney representation and a case with merit.

Insurance companies are known for deny, delay, and defend tactics, hoping that a long litigation process will force plaintiffs to accept a lower settlement than full case value. Lawsuit funding can help level the playing field and give victims “staying power” so his/her attorney can work to achieve the highest recovery possible.

At Lawsuit Financial, we understand that your financial concerns affect the health and well-being of you and your family. When you are struggling to “keep your head above water”, lawsuit funding may be your only financial support option. The first step is to complete a no cost, no obligation funding application, online or over the phone, to see if your case qualifies. Next, one of our funding representatives will contact your attorney for case documentation. Based on the information received, our team will determine funding eligibility and the risk level. If approved, funds can be wired into your account within 24 – 48 hours. The cash advance can be used to pay medical bills, make mortgage/rent payments, pay auto payments, or meet day-to-day financial obligations. There are no application fees or credit checks, and you do not need to be employed. Our lawsuit cash advances are completely risk-free. If your case loses, the advance is yours to keep and you owe us nothing!

We have reviewed thousands of cases nationwide and work hard to ensure that every funding application is carefully reviewed. If you are a personal injury victim in need of cash until your settlement is reached, apply today with Lawsuit Financial. We are one of a few legal funding companies where funding comes from our own resources. We never broker out, which means optimal privacy and confidentiality to you. Call us today to discuss funding options available for your case.

December 18, 2014

When You Feel Your Rights Slipping Out From Under You, Consider Lawsuit Funding

Have you been injured in a slip and fall accident, retained an attorney, and struggling to make ends meet? Don’t get discouraged about your financial situation, contact a legal finance company to learn about litigation funding and how it might help you stay the course until just compensation is received.

“I was a victim of a slip and fall accident last winter. Due to my injuries, I was unable to return to work. My medical bills alone were a major financial setback, but I was also struggling to put food on the table and keep a roof over my kid’s head. I wanted to settle my case with the insurance company, but my attorney suggested a lawsuit cash advance instead. He said it would help me pay the bills and get the settlement I deserved without the need for monthly payments. One call, said it all! Lawsuit Financial made the process simple and painless; I was paying my bills within 24 hours. With the pressure off me, my attorney had time to obtain much larger settlement in my case.” ~ Nancy G

Compensation sought in a personal injury lawsuit could be months, even years away. For a seriously injured or disabled person or one not working as a result of an accident, the financial impact can be devastating. Litigation funding is a service that provides some financial relief to plaintiffs faced with financial difficulties. Assistance comes in the form of a lawsuit cash advance, money advanced in anticipation of a potential settlement or verdict. It is specifically designed to let plaintiffs take control of their case. With lawsuit funding in the bank, the victim can pay the mortgage, medical expenses, and take care of financial commitments without settling for less than full case value.

Litigation funding is provided based on the merits of your case, through information provided by your attorney. Whether you have good credit or bad, whether or not you have a job, it doesn’t matter. Best of all, payback is contingent upon the outcome of your case. If you win the case, you will pay us our principal and profit; if you lose your case, the advance yours to keep free, with our compliments.

Before becoming discouraged about your financial situation, you owe it to yourself to see if a lawsuit cash advance might help. Call or visit us online to discuss litigation funding for your slip and fall case or any other personal injury case.

December 16, 2014

Why a Plaintiff in Personal Injury Litigation May Need Lawsuit Funding

Plaintiffs in personal injury cases often times are unable to work due to injuries and face high medical bills, making lawsuit funding incredibly helpful.

While negligence can be due to a defective product, medical malpractice, slip and fall accident, or dangerous products, the most common cause is an auto accident. When a personal injury occurs, first seek medical attention. Then, it is important to gather as much information applicable to your accident as possible, such as the names and contact information of any witnesses and photos of the accident scene. You should also retain all medical records and expenses. Although an insurance company will determine the amount of compensation in accordance with a “formula”, it quite possibly will not be enough to compensate you adequately for your loss. You should contact an experienced attorney who can evaluate your claim and explain your rights.

The cost of being involved in a personal injury lawsuit can be financially devastating for plaintiffs especially if the case takes months, even years to settle. Often, plaintiffs are unable to work making it difficult to pay even basic living expenses, such as groceries, mortgage, and car payments, let alone expenses associated with the accident, such as medical bills. One way plaintiffs can cover expenses and ultimately receive a more favorable settlement is through lawsuit funding.

The main focus of a lawsuit funding company is to provide strategic cash advances to cash-strapped plaintiffs, who, through no fault of their own, find their physical and financial lives turned upside down by an injury accident. This type of funding is NOT a loan, but rather a non-recourse cash advance, meaning the plaintiff repays the advance, plus fees, if and when the case is successfully settled. If the plaintiff loses the case, the funding is completely waived; the plaintiff owes absolutely nothing and keeps the advance. No loan company would make that guarantee. Other benefits of a lawsuit cash advance is that there are no credit checks or proof of employment required because approval for a cash advance is based solely on the strength of the lawsuit. It is important to note that due to the high cost of this type of funding, any decision to accept an advance should be made very carefully. Lawsuit funding should be used only when a plaintiff is having difficulty managing his financial obligations while the lawsuit is in progress. It should be obtained for the least amount needed, not for any amount the plaintiff desires.

If you are a plaintiff facing a loss of income and/or high medical bills, a legal finance company may be able to provide emergency cash funds to cover necessary expenses while the litigation proceeds. To find out if your case qualifies for lawsuit funding, call or visit us online for a If you no-obligation evaluation of your case funding situation.

December 12, 2014

Financial Assistance to Help You Claim Your Rights

While negligence can be due to a defective product, medical malpractice, slip and fall accident, or dangerous products, the most common cause is an auto accident. When a personal injury occurs, the first step is to seek medical attention. Once you have done so, it is important to gather as much information applicable to your accident as possible, such as the names and contact information of any witnesses and photos of the accident scene. You should also retain all medical records and expenses. Although an insurance company will determine the amount of compensation in accordance with a “formula”, it quite possibly will not be enough to compensate you adequately for your loss. This is why it is important to contact an experienced attorney who can evaluate your claim and explain your rights.

The cost of being involved in a personal injury lawsuit can be financially devastating for plaintiffs especially in cases that take months, even years to settle. It may be difficult to pay the basic living expenses, such as groceries, mortgage, and car payments, let alone expenses associated with the accident, such as medical bills. One way that plaintiffs can cover their expenses during a legal battle is through lawsuit funding.

A legal finance company will approve a lawsuit cash advance money before the case settles so plaintiffs can make ends meet without worrying about financial ruin. When out of work due to injuries, lawsuit funding is incredibly helpful. This type of funding is NOT a loan, but rather a non-recourse cash advance, meaning the plaintiff repays the advance, plus fees, if and when the case is successfully settled. If the plaintiff loses the case, the funding is completely waived; the plaintiff owes the funding company absolutely nothing and keeps the advance. What loan company would make that guarantee? Other unique benefits of lawsuit funding is that there are no credit checks and employment is not required; funding approval is based solely on the strength of the lawsuit.

If you are having difficulty managing his financial obligations while your lawsuit is in progress, consider a lawsuit cash advance. You will be better able to withstand the lengthy legal process and ultimately receive a more favorable settlement. To find out if your case qualifies for lawsuit funding, call us toll-free at 1-77-377-7848.