September 2, 2014

When to Consider Applying For Litigation Funding

As the victim of an auto accident, you may be in for a long and bumpy ride ahead. Filing a lawsuit and reaching a fair settlement can take months, even years. Often, the losses will extend to your finances especially if your physical injuries mean you are unable to return to work. When the bills begin to pile up, your credit standing is at risk, and you have no means of financial support such as family or friends or built up savings, you may be tempted to settle for the first offer from the defendant. This is where litigation funding can help.

Litigation funding works by providing you with cash you need at a difficult time – that is, before you are able to settle your lawsuit. It is like a “lawsuit loan”, however, you don’t need to show your credit history or your employment records. Rather, funding is based on the strength of your case. Another advantage of a lawsuit cash advance is that it allows your attorney to build a strong case and negotiate for a much larger settlement. Because funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, you only need to pay back the money when your lawsuit is settled. If your case is lost, you don’t need to pay anything back.

When the creditors are calling and knocking on your door, don’t give up. Consider litigation funding with peace of mind, knowing you can continue your lawsuit from a position of strength. At Lawsuit Financial, our experienced underwriters examine and review your case as soon as we receive your application and supporting case documentation. With our quick review and approval process, you can start paying outstanding bills in as little as 24 hours. There is no need for credit checks or employment verification; there are no upfront fees or monthly payments. The cash advance can be spent anyway you see fit, but is usually used to help cover medical bills and household expenses.

For these reasons, and many more, Lawsuit Financial is the preferred litigation funding company by most attorneys nationwide. To obtain more information or access your road to financial freedom, click here or calling our office toll free at 1-877-377-7848. We look forward to assisting you with all your legal financial needs.

August 26, 2014

Why Applicants May Be Denied Lawsuit Funding

The concept of lawsuit funding was created to provide relief to pending litigants who, through no fault of their own, need immediate cash but do not qualify for traditional loan products. For some, these emergency funds make the difference between keeping or losing their home and putting food on the table. It can also provide financial leverage needed to achieve a much higher settlement or verdict.

Despite the popularity of lawsuit funding in recent years, not every plaintiff is a viable candidate. In fact, a most common question among applicants is “Why was I denied?”

Here are some of the main reasons you may be denied a lawsuit cash advance.

You do not have an attorney: When providing a lawsuit cash advance, a legal finance company is investing in your lawsuit. Case documentation from the attorney helps the funding company determine the strength of the case. Without documentation, the underwriters can not make that determination. Additionally, the attorney is responsible for repaying the funding company from the proceeds of the settlement.

You have an attorney: Although you have an attorney, you may still be denied funding if your attorney is not working on a contingency basis or if your attorney refuses to provide case documentation needed by the funding company.

Your case is too new: Funding decisions are based in part on supporting case documentation – accident reports, medical records, test results which may take time to obtain.

You have no equity in the case. Equity is the value of the lawsuit once all of the fees, liens, and any expenses have been taken out of the settlement you should win. If the funding company feels you have no equity, chances are they will not be repaid the cash advance plus a profit.

Your case is not strong enough. The funding company accepts all the risk when approving a lawsuit cash advance. If the plaintiff loses the case, the funding company loses; the repayment is completely waived. Therefore, after reviewing case documentation if the funding company does not feel the case is strong enough for the risk it would take, the application will be denied.

Your case is strong enough: Even strong cases can be denied if there is a strong probability that the funding company will not be repaid. This can happen despite winning your case if the defendant does not have the money to pay the settlement.
You have a type of case we don't fund: Generally, cases that are eligible for funding are personal injury, medical malpractice, and wrongful death. Workers’ compensation cases are funded on a limited basis.

Lawsuit Financial understands that waiting for a settlement can be financially devastating especially if you are unable to return to work. That is why we do everything possible to help as many plaintiffs as possible. As an industry leader with over 15 years’ experience, simply providing a lawsuit cash advance to a client is not our only responsibility. Our top priority is to do what is best for the client, the attorney, and the case, regardless of whether we turn a profit. Whether your case qualifies for lawsuit funding or not, we can provide direction and knowledge to help you get back on your feet during the litigation process, as well as ensure that you are taking the right steps for your future and security. Our FREE Client Resource Center (CRC), helps clients find local and national assistance options, provide money saving and budgeting tips, and minimize their financial burdens not only during their pending claim, but beyond case settlement. To discuss your case and funding needs, visit us online or call one of our funding specialists or CRC counselors toll-free at 1-877-377-7848.

August 26, 2014

Lawsuit Funding: When a Wrongful Death Causes Substantial Unexpected Financial Problems for Family Members

The family of a 23-year-old woman may have the right to file a lawsuit for the wrongful death of their loved one after a fatal auto accident on the 405 freeway in San Diego. According to police, the woman was killed when the driver of a Nissan pick-up truck broadsided her Kia Optima after fleeing another accident. The pick-up truck driver attempted to flee on foot, but was apprehended by police. He and a passenger in the Kia were treated at a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries. The accident is still under investigation, but police believe alcohol played a role.

After filing a wrongful death lawsuit, if the family is struggling to make ends meet until a settlement is reached, they many wish to consider lawsuit funding. With lawsuit funding, they can obtain a cash advance against their future settlement; then repay the advance once the case successfully settles. With the bills paid, they family will have one less thing to worry about; they can focus on their case and getting their life back to normal.

The application is quick and easy. Lawsuit Financial will invest in the lawsuit solely based on the merits of the case so there is no need for credit check or employment verification; there are no application fees or monthly payment. The only time a payment is made is once the case successfully settles. In the most unfortunate event that the case is lost, there is no obligation to repay the cash advance; the funding company accepts all the risk.

Upon receiving an application, the lawsuit funding company will contact the plaintiff’s attorney for case documentation. After review, if the application is approved, funds can be available in as little as 24 hours. The plaintiff can immediately use the funds to pay the mortgage, rent, tuition, utilities, medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, and fill in other gaps left behind by lost wages; anything the plaintiff wishes.

If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of someone else, have filed a wrongful death lawsuit, and need cash prior to receiving a settlement, secure a lawsuit cash advance against your pending claim by applying online or calling 1-877-377-7848

August 25, 2014

Pre-Settlement Funding: A Simple Process That Could Save You Financially

Settling your personal injury lawsuit can take a long time. What happens when you are unable to work and the bills continue to pile up; when you are facing foreclosure or repossession of your car? Faced with no other option to pay the bills, many desperate plaintiffs will ask their attorney to settle their case despite a low offer. Knowing this is not in a plaintiffs’ best interest, an attorney will often suggest pre-settlement funding.

Lawsuit Financial, a leader in the legal funding industry, can help fill a financial need when your pending claim will take months, even years to settle. Unlike a traditional bank loan, pre-settlement funding requires no credit check, no employment verification, and no monthly payments because qualifying is based completely on the strength of the case. Furthermore, a lawsuit cash advance is provided risk-free. If approved for funding, repayment is made from the proceeds of the settlement. If there is no recovery, repayment of the cash advance is completely waived.

At Lawsuit Financial, we make the process as easy as possible with our simple, one-page application. Once received, we will contact your attorney for case documentation; we can typically make a funding decision within 24 – 48 hours.

Don’t settle your case because of financial pressures. Let Lawsuit Financial help you pay the bills and get the value you deserve from your pending lawsuit. Visit us online or call our office to get started. Our experienced funding professionals are here to guide you through the process.

August 22, 2014

Drunk Drivers Forever Change the Lives of Families

If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a drunk driving auto accident, are represented by an attorney, and experiencing financial hardship, you may be eligible for lawsuit funding. If you qualify, Lawsuit Financial, a leader in the legal funding industry, may be able to provide a lawsuit cash advance within in 24 - 48 hours..

The families of two 17-year-old teens killed in an auto accident in December 2012 have filed lawsuits against the driver accused of causing the accident. The lawsuits allege that the man was driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs when the accident occurred. The suit names the driver’s mother alleging "negligence, recklessness and conscious disregard" because she knew about her son’s lengthy record of speeding tickets and accidents, yet still let him drive her vehicle.

Additional defendants are a Koto Japanese Restaurant, waiter, and bartender alleging that the man was already visibly intoxicated when he was served three double gin and tonics within the hour and that the accident occurred minutes after he left the restaurant.

Under the Dram Shop Act, a vast majority of states allow victims of drunk driving accidents (or their families) to hold restaurants and bars accountable for serious injuries or death caused by an intoxicated patron if the establishment knew, or should have known, the customer was intoxicated — a fuzzy test in application. These laws exist to ensure the public safety by making sure that alcohol-serving establishments are liable in their involvement with customers and their sale of alcohol. When these businesses are driven by profits and neglect to oversee their patron’s alcohol consumption, they can be held partially responsible for the negligence of the patron’s drunk driving accident.

Both families have stated the lawsuits are not about the money, but accountability. They plan to donate whatever settlement is reached to a fund set up in honor of their children to benefit others. Their attorneys do not expect a jury trial earlier than 18 months.

Reports confirm that at the time of the accident, the negligent driver was travelling at roughly 80 mph and had 8.4 nanograms/milliliter of active byproduct of marijuana THC in his blood stream, an extremely high quantity. Witnesses to the accident told police that the man never applied his brakes before impact. In September 2013, the 24-year-old man admitted he was drunk, speeding and text-messaging when he smashed his Ford Explorer carrying the two deceased teens and two other teenagers who were seriously injured and also filed lawsuits.

By the time these families are able to see the settlement of their lawsuits, they may have medical bills, funeral expenses, and other bills piled up. At this difficult time, they may need financial assistance until their case settles. Lawsuit funding is a means of obtaining fast cash when plaintiffs have no where else to turn. With a lawsuit cash advance, they can have peace of mind that comes from the assurance that the bills are paid and daily needs are met.

Lawsuit Financial is a reputable legal finance company. We help victims regain control of their lives and their finances while their attorney focuses on strengthening their case to obtain the compensation justly deserved. Since lawsuit funding is based on the merit of the case, credit and employment are irrelevant. There are no upfront fees or monthly payments, and the cash advance is only repaid if, and when the case successfully settles.

It is easy to apply for lawsuit funding either online or by phone. If approved, the cash advance can be available in as little as 24 hours. If you have been in a drunk driving auto accident and experiencing financial hardship, contact Lawsuit Financial for a “staying power” advantage, so you can fight for justice and the compensation you deserve.

August 14, 2014

When your Insurance Company Looks for the Cheapest Way Out, Lawsuit Funding can Keep your Case Strong

You or a family member has been injured in an auto accident as a result of someone else’s negligence. You expect your insurance company to be there in your time of need, right? After all, you have paid your premiums for years and your agent has always said your insurance carrier will always be “on your side.” Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case.

By denying claims, an insurance company keeps more money in its own already deep pockets. They know any delays can be financially devastating to you; imagine suffering debilitating injuries, unable to work, and no other source of income. When you’re drowning in debt and dealing with injuries any financial offer is very tempting. But, is it in your best interest?

When you have suffered any injury, you almost always will be entitled to far more for your pain and suffering and your medical benefits than what the insurance company will initially offer. Determining the value of an auto accident case goes far beyond a simple, and early, calculation. No matter how financially desperate you may feel, never sign away your rights without talking to an experienced personal injury attorney who can help you understand your rights and protect your “from your not so good neighbors.” Once you have hired an attorney and filed a personal injury lawsuit, if the financial burden of medical bills, other expenses, and lost wages is too much to bear, a lawsuit cash advance can help keep your case alive and strong in your time of need.

Lawsuit funding is a service that has helped many victims toward a full settlement they deserved; it may be the answer for you. A lawsuit cash advance enables you to pay normal household bills, medical costs, and other expenses. Instead of worrying about financial problems, you can recuperate from injuries and concentrate on winning your case. There are no up-front costs of out of pocket expenses with lawsuit funding; repayment is made if and when you win your lawsuit. Should you fail to win, you owe absolutely nothing.

Here is how it works. Complete an online application or call our office. We only require information related to your lawsuit; there is not need for a credit check or employment history. Once we received documentation from your attorney, we will review the merits of the case; if approved, you will generally have the money you need in 24 – 48 hours. When your insurance company is not “on your side”, Lawsuit Financial is. Contact us today; be financial strong tomorrow.

August 12, 2014

Eliminate the Worry of Losing Your Home and How to Pay Mounting Bills

An auto accident left four injured, one serious, after a trailer became detached from a Ford pick-up truck in Clearwater, Florida. According to witnesses, once disconnected the trailer went airborne before slamming into the side of a minivan. Several other vehicles were damaged as they attempted to avoid the trailer. The accident occurred during rush hour traffic.

The driver of the pick-up truck was cited by police for careless driving. He may also be held liable in civil court for the victims’ medical expenses, time of work, and other damages resulting from the accident.

Medical expenses, lost wages, and daily living expenses may create an overwhelming financial burden. After filing a personal injury lawsuit, if the victims could benefit from financial assistance, pre-settlement lawsuit funding may help meet this need, quickly and effectively.

A cash advance from Lawsuit Financial enables plaintiffs to receive the money necessary to pay expenses immediately, rather than waiting months or even years for a settlement to be reached. An advantage of pre-settlement funding is that approval is based solely on the strength of the case so there is no need for credit check or employment verification. Best of all, repayment is only made once the plaintiff wins the case. If the plaintiff loses, there is absolutely no repayment of any kind.

If you have filed a lawsuit, are represented by an attorney, and awaiting the trial or settlement of your case or payment of your settlement or award, you can apply for pre-settlement lawsuit funding. After receiving a funding application, Lawsuit Financial will work with your attorney and review case documentation. In as little as 48 hours or less, we can approve funding requests and wire cash directly into your bank account. Why wait? Take the first step in getting your lawsuit cash advance by completing our quick and easy funding application or by calling us toll-free at 1-877-377-7848.

August 11, 2014

How Will You Pay the Bills during the Duration of Your Lawsuit?

If you are in an accident due to the negligence of another driver, you can file a lawsuit against the wrongdoer. Unfortunately, it is never an easy process. You will most likely being dealing with the deep pockets of insurance companies and corporations who try to extend the lawsuit and drag it out as part of their strategy. It is their hope that you will bow out due to financial burdens while waiting for a fair settlement or verdict. When in need of fast cash to survive and stay financially healthy during a long litigation process, it may behoove you to seek lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is an excellent financial solution to pay those mounting bills during your pending claim. A lawsuit cash advance is risk-free funding; you are not required to repay the cash advance until the case settles and if you lose your case, you owe absolutely nothing.

To be eligible for funding, you must have a pending lawsuit, be represented by an attorney, and have a case with merit; that’s all, no credit checks, no collateral, and no employment checks. Once an application and case documentation are received, our underwriters will review the case for funding. If approved, funds can be provided within 24 – 48 hours.

Avoid financial ruin and pressures to settle for less compensation than you deserve. Call Lawsuit Financial to learn how we can help get you emergency cash so you can stay the course and see your case through to a final verdict or settlement. If you are ready to apply, simply click here to complete our easy, one-page application.

August 7, 2014

Never Be Forced to Accept a Low Settlement Offer

A male driver and two children were killed after being trapped in their Toyota Corolla that was rear-ended and burst into flames on a California roadway. Another man and child were rescued and rushed to the hospital in serious condition. All five individuals in the Toyota were wearing seat belts at the time of the accident. The driver of the 2013 Model S Tesla that hit the Corolla suffered minor injuries. A preliminary investigation suggests that alcohol and drugs were not factors in the accident. Investigators are seeking anyone who may have witnessed the accident.

Was the driver speeding or distracted? Was there a mechanical failure or defect? While all the details of this fatal auto accident won’t be known until the investigation is complete, Tesla has been under scrutiny since vehicle fires allegedly resulted from “spontaneous ignitions of batteries” and another attributed to “failure of equipment or heat source.” No matter how this investigation concludes, the family of the victims should seek legal advice from an experienced attorney as soon as possible. A personal injury attorney will help determine if the auto manufacturer was responsible for a defective part, and/or if the accident was due to drive negligence.

Auto accident victims have a number of entitled benefits, which can be lost without the representation of an experienced personal injury attorney. Cases like this take a long time to settle causing immediate and long-term financial problems for victims and families. Lawsuit funding can put victims back in the driver’s seat. With a lawsuit cash advance, they can pay medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, and ongoing monthly bills during the litigation process.

It is free and easy to apply for a lawsuit funding online or by phone. There are also no monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verification. If approved, the lawsuit cash advance would arrive within 24-48 hours by check or by wire. Repayment is contingent upon the outcome of the case; if the case is lost, the lawsuit cash advance is waived in its entirety. That is correct; the plaintiff would owe nothing.

If you are in a pending lawsuit and struggling to make ends meet, lawsuit funding can mean the difference between settling for less too early and waiting for a fair judgment later. Call us today if you have any funding questions. We offer free, no-obligation consultations.

August 5, 2014

Informed Decisions Come From Knowing the Facts

Facts You Know After an Auto Accident
•You were injured and are unable to work.
•Your attorney has been diligently working to settle your case for the compensation you
deserve.
•You are facing foreclosure.
•The medical bills keep coming in.
•You can barely putting food on the table.
•You have depleted your savings and the bank refuses to give you a loan.
•Your case may not settle for at least six months.

A personal injury plaintiff struggling to pay the bills while waiting for his/her lawsuit to wind through the courts is nothing new. Even when a case successfully settles, a plaintiff may continue to wait for compensation, especially during an appeal process. But, what can s/he do to avoid a less-than-favorable settlement?

Facts You May Not Know After Filing an Auto Accident Lawsuit
•You may qualify for auto accident lawsuit funding.
•There is no application fee.
•You don’t need good credit or a job to be approved.
•If approved, you could pay your bills within 24 – 48 hours.
•There are no monthly payments; you only pay once the case settles.
•If you lose your case, you pay nothing.

Strategic and timely placed lawsuit funding may be the only way to stay financially afloat. If you are in a financial bind and need fast cash while waiting for your case to wind through the courts, complete our online application. Once you apply, we will contact your attorney for case documentation. Our underwriters will review the strength of your case, and if approved, draft a contract for execution. When the contract is fully executed, we can wire the funds directly into your account. Funding can be used at your discretion, but is typically used to pay the mortgage, rent, tuition, medical bills, and daily household expenses. It is important to note that lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, meaning that if you lose your case, you have no obligation to repay the cash advance.

Now that you have the facts, if you need financial support during your pending lawsuit, click here or call Lawsuit Financial toll-free at 877-377-7848.

August 4, 2014

Slip and Fall Lawsuit Funding Can Help Ease the Wait

Property owners and businesses may be held liable for personal injuries that occur on their premises and every year millions of dollars are awarded to victims of slip and fall accidents. Of course, slip & fall lawsuits may take years before a settlement is reached. When a victim is unable to work, but the bills keeping coming in, the ability to wait for just compensation may not be an option. Pre-settlement lawsuit funding can help bridge the gap while the case winds through the litigation process.

A shopper who fractured her hip in a supermarket a slip and fall accident was awarded $1.1 million in her personal injury lawsuit. The plaintiff alleged that she fell on an unidentified liquid because the grocer failed to adequately inspect and maintain the premises. As a result of the fall, the woman underwent reconstructive surgery an ultimately needed a full hip replacement.

Although this plaintiff successfully settled, justice took four years. Pre-settlement funding may have been a great strategic move to help her gain financial control until the case settled. No only can lawsuit funding help pay the bills, but it comes with no risk because the plaintiff only repays the funding if, and when, the case settles. If the plaintiff loses the case, there is no obligation to pay it back. Additionally, there no credit checks, employment verification, or monthly payments; funding is awarded base only on the merits of the case.

If you have suffered a personal injury due to the negligence of another person or business, you should not have to wait or settle for less than you deserve. Contact Lawsuit Financial; are services have been a valuable asset to hundreds of plaintiffs and we may be able to help you, too. With our quick and easy application process, you could have the cash you need in as little as 24 hours. Remember, pre-settlement funding is provided risk-free; if your case is not successful, you owe us nothing.

July 29, 2014

Plaintiffs Can Survive Back-To-School Expenses

When you are seriously injured in an auto accident, in addition to your regular monthly expenses such as rent, food, gas, and utilities, there will be medical expenses and other related expenses. Contacting an experienced auto accident attorney and filing a lawsuit can compensate you for your losses, but that could take months, even years. If injuries have left you unable to work, lack of income can bite you in the…budget. The good news is – you do not have to accept a low settlement offer, nor do you have to risk your credit. Contact Lawsuit Financial first; we may be able to provide lawsuit funding during your time of need.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance against a pending claim. The only criteria to be approved are 1. you must be represented by an attorney and 2. you must have a meritorious case. At Lawsuit Financial, we do not require an application fee or monthly payments, nor do we need a credit check or employment history. Furthermore, there is no risk to the plaintiff. Repayment is made once the case settles, but if the plaintiff loses, the repayment is completely waived.

Don’t let the bills jeopardize your credit and don’t forget back-to-school costs when assessing your budget. Here are a few often overlooked expenses at this time of year.

Back-to-School Supplies. This includes not pencils, pens, backpacks, but also books and new school clothes or uniforms.

Gas/Auto Maintenance. If you drive your kids to school, higher fuel bills will kick in, not to mention additional wear and tear on your vehicle.

Vaccinations/ Physical Exam. Most schools require kids to be up-to-date on shots. Physicals are usually required as well, especially for anyone playing a sport.

Sports/Activity Fees. Extracurricular activities are rarely free. You may need to purchase or rent music instruments or band uniforms, or sports uniform, shoes, and gear. There may be a participation fee.

Lunch Money. Unless your kids take their lunch to school, you will need money for their meal plan.

Before/After School Care. If you are able to return to work or disabled and need help taking care of your kids, you may need additional funds for childcare.

When that unexpected tragedy happens call an experienced attorney and before the bills pile up, call Lawsuit Financial. With our legal finance services, the litigation process will be much less stressful. Additionally, through our Client Resource Center we can help with budgeting tips and steps to take to ensure your future financial security. Call us for a free, no-obligation consultation today. You could be on your way to financial stability tomorrow.