June 29, 2016

Lawsuit Financial Explains Lawsuit Funding

In many personal injury cases the financial, physical and emotional damages are overwhelming. The filing of a lawsuits is often followed by a complicated and lengthy litigation process. Regardless of any legal claim, life goes on; bills must be paid. But, how does a victim make ends meet, especially if injuries have led to the inability to work? How does a victim survive, financially, to do battle with a well-financed insurance company with all the time and money in the world?

Plaintiffs with a strong case and attorney representation can seek financial relief with lawsuit funding. As a pioneer in the legal finance industry, Lawsuit Financial understands that lack of financial resources can force a good case into premature settlement and deny an injured party of the compensation deserved. One way to avoid this to obtain a lawsuit cash advance.

While beneficial for many plaintiffs, lawsuit funding can be an expensive method of obtaining emergency cash. Therefore, it should only be considered as a last resort. Make sure you know the right questions to ask and what to expect so you can keep potentially prohibitive costs to a minimum.

What is lawsuit funding?
Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance to help plaintiffs pay their bills, compensate for lost wages, and assist in daily expenses while on a long, and sometimes, bumpy road to resolution.

At what point is lawsuit funding the best option?
Do you have pressing financial issues? What are they? Lawsuit Financial Corporation often finds that the client is facing eviction or foreclosure or needs a car to get to work. Daily living expenses and medical bills are other important items that can be secured with a lawsuit cash advance. If you are not facing these types of financial situations or can tap into other sources of revenue, such as savings, lawsuit funding is probably not the most viable option.

Are their upfront costs, monthly payments, or other "out-of-pocket" expenses?
An ethical, professional lawsuit funding company provides the cash you need without any upfront or monthly costs to the plaintiff. Cases are approved on the strength of the case only, so there is no need for a credit check or employment verification.

How does a plaintiff qualify for funding?
The only qualifications for funding is a case with merit. A case with merit involves a plaintiff with a serious injury, a strong case against the defendant, and an attorney working on a contingency basis.

What are the repayment terms?
Most lawsuit funding companies provide funding to clients on a non-recourse basis. This means that repayment is contingent upon the outcome of the case. When the case settles, the funding company is repaid from the settlement proceeds. If the case fails, so does the repayment; the client gets to keep the cash advance without obligation to repay.

How much funding can I receive?
Lawsuit Financial recommends clients receive no more than 10% of the predicted value of the case. We also recommend receiving smaller cash advances, over time, rather than receiving a larger, lump sum advance immediately, because doing so will save money.

What happens if my settlement is lower than expected?
When a case settles, for valid reasons that were not apparent at the time of funding, the lawsuit finance company should adjust its principal and profit return to comfortably fit into the settled value of the case. If a funding company will not promise you, in advance, to adjust rates for compromised, unexpected results, consider another company.

How long is the application process?
The process is quick and easy, consisting of a one-page application. Once received, Lawsuit Financial will review the application and pertinent documents, and make a funding decision within 24 – 48 hours. Once approved, we will provide a funding agreement for signature. The plaintiff’s attorney is required to acknowledge the agreement and agree to withhold money from the settlement to repay the advance, if the case is successful. Once we received the signed contract, we will then wire transfer or overnight mail the funds.

Why choose Lawsuit Financial?
The key element to handling lawsuit funding transactions successfully is an expert understanding of the litigation process and what plaintiffs and attorneys go through before they are in a position to resolve a case. Lawsuit Financial is an attorney owned and operated full service legal finance company recognized by attorneys nationwide as a preferred choice for legal funding services. Mark Bello, CEO and General Counsel has over 17 years’ experience in the legal finance industry and over 39 years’ experience evaluating plaintiff personal injury cases, the primary case type for these investments.

If you are in a pending personal injury lawsuit and need immediate cash, we may be able to provide a lawsuit cash advance. Contact Lawsuit Financial by completing our online application or call us toll-free at 1-877-377-7848. A member of our team would be happy to discuss your funding options.

June 28, 2016

Five Family Members killed After Van Collides With Amtrak Train

Five people were killed when their van was hit by a train. According to the Colorado State Patrol, the driver of the van failed to yield the right of way to the train. The van was not stopped on the tracks. The driver and four passengers were killed, including three children. A fourth child was airlifted to the hospital in serious condition. No train crew members of passengers were injured. The family was on their way to church at the time of the crash.

There has been six accidents between trains and vehicles at the same crossing since 1986, according to Federal Railroad Administration records. In July 2010, a 55-year-old man was killed and in October of the same year, two people were injured at the crossing when the drivers attempted to cross the tracks.

The rural crossing is marked by just four crossbuck signs, although it was identified back in late 2013 as part of a railroad improvement project to receive flashers, gates and a warning system. The proposal is still waiting approval from the state Public Utilities Commission.

Although the driver failed to yield, a railroad has a duty to keep its crossing reasonably safe. A railroad can be liable for failing to make sure adequate signage was posted, failing to evaluate crossings or install lights and automatic gates, or if there are inadequate sight lines at its crossings.

Injury or death can occur at railroad crossings where the railroad company chooses not to install signals or crossing gates and unsuspecting drivers are unable to see an on-coming train in adequate time to clear the tracks, or when drivers are unable to hear the train because the train crew fails to exercise reasonable care to sound its horn. Holding the railroad accountable, not only compensates victims for damages, but allows the problem to become publicly known so that hopefully changes will be made and lives saved.

If you or a loved one have been involved in a railroad crossing accident, and you would like to learn about your rights, contact an experienced attorney. If it is determined you have a valid claim, but you are finding it difficult to make ends meet, contact Lawsuit Financial.

We are a strategic lawsuit funding company that provides financial support to plaintiffs in need of immediate cash while awaiting a settlement or other case resolution. Our lawsuit cash advance can be used to pay medical or funeral expenses, as well as any outstanding bills that must be paid.

The only requirement for a litigation funding is a pending lawsuit. We will evaluate your application, and if your case has merit, provide lawsuit funding in less than 48 hours. Lawsuit Financial requires no application fee, monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verification. Best of all, a lawsuit cash advance with us is on a non-recourse basis meaning that if you lose your case, you are not obligated to repay the cash advance.

Call or visit us online if you are currently seeking litigation funding but don’t have the financial staying power to see your case to the end. Lawsuit Financial is here to help the innocent victims wait for justice.

June 23, 2016

Alcohol and Speed Factors in Fatal New York Crash

A driver lost control of his vehicle, jumped the curb and slammed into a fire hydrant, killing his passenger and seriously injuring himself. The impact was so powerful that the vehicle was nearly torn in half and the fire hydrant wound up in the middle of the car. Both men were trapped inside and had to be removed by rescuers. They were rushed to the hospital, but doctors were unable to save the passenger. He leaves behind a four-year-old daughter. The driver was arrested on charges of vehicular manslaughter and driving while intoxicated. Police said speed was also a factor.

Catastrophic accidents are life changing. Family members will be faced with a number of decisions including the family’s financial future. Although it may be difficult for family members to think about taking legal action following the loss of loved ones, a wrongful death lawsuit may be the only way to hold the negligent party accountable for their actions and for the family to seek compensation for damages.

These types of cases can take months, even years to settle. Often times, victims will struggle not only with day-to-day living expenses, but with medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, and other expenses as a result of the accident. As the case drags on, plaintiffs may consider cutting their losses and take whatever compensation is offered. A better option is to call Lawsuit Financial.

“Our goal at Lawsuit Financial is to help those families who are involved in a lawsuit, can no longer pay for the necessities of life, and who may not qualify for a traditional loan," states attorney Mark Bello, owner and founder of Lawsuit Financial.

Lawsuit funding is cash provided in advance of an expected settlement. Unlike a bank loan, personal credit has no bearing on our funding decision, and applicants don’t need to be employed. We fund strictly on case strength. Lawsuit funding is also risk-free. If the case is resolved successfully, repayment of principal and profit owed is made. If the plaintiff loses the case, we excuse the advance.

Lawsuit Financial is one of the country's most experienced providers of lawsuit funding services. We work directly with your attorney to gather needed information to process your funding request quickly, typically within 48 hours. Visit us online or call our office for a free, no obligation review of your situation and to learn more about our funding services.

June 22, 2016

Victims of Hit-and-Run Accident Can Ease Financial Burdens with Lawsuit Funding

Two teens reportedly slipped out of school unnoticed, stole an unlocked vehicle and started cruising the streets of Camden, New Jersey. At some point, the car was reported stolen. Before police caught the boys, the 16-year-old driver hit a 53-year-old pedestrian and sped off. The teens abandoned the stolen vehicle at a nearby median, fled the scene on foot and at least one teen returned to school. The female pedestrian was transported to the hospital where she died the next day.

The hit-and-run driver has since been arrested and charged with first-degree aggravated manslaughter among other charges. While the investigation is ongoing, the family of the victim should contact an attorney immediately to understand their rights and whether they can file a wrongful death lawsuit.

Last Saturday, a 35-year-old was riding his bicycle when he was struck by a hit-and-run driver. The driver went to the police station about an hour later reporting that he thought he had hit someone with his car. The 68-year-old driver was charged with leaving the scene of an accident. The bicyclist remains in critical condition.

Often in situations like these, it takes time for information to be gathered and for investigation results to be compiled. The fact that a guilty driver is charged does little to pay the bills for injured parties or the family of the deceased. Victims may be entitled to file a lawsuit against the hit-and-run driver to recover compensation for medical treatment, funeral expenses, loss of earnings and past and future pain and suffering resulting from the injury. An experienced attorney can ensure that the right course of action is taken and the victim is fully compensated. The litigation process however, takes time, often years. In the meantime, plaintiffs still have to pay bills and meet their financial obligations. Finances are even tighter in the event a lost loved one was the sole breadwinner. At times like this, plaintiffs may look to lawsuit funding to help them to cope with unexpected expenses.

Lawsuit funding is a cash advance offered to litigants in exchange for a portion of the future proceeds of their case. There is no credit check, employment verification, or restrictions on how the money is used and it is only repaid once the claim is settled. Because repayment is contingent upon a successful recovery, if the lawsuit is lost, there is no obligation on the part of the plaintiff to repay the cash advance.

The application process takes less than five minutes online or by phone. If the case is approved for funding, we can direct deposit or overnight mail the money within 24 - 48 hours. If you need financial help during a pending personal injury claim, contact Lawsuit Financial today. Let us ease your financial burden while you are waiting for your lawsuit to settle.

June 20, 2016

Lawsuit Funding Assists Auto Accident Victims Involved in Contentious Litigation

You get in your car, buckle up, start the engine, and hit the road. You most likely don’t give any thought to being in an auto accident because frankly – you are a careful driver. While the odds are low that an attentive driver will cause an accident, others on the road may not be so careful. Distracted driving and driving under the influence account for the majority of crashes that even the most cautious drivers may not be able to avoid. At freeway speeds or under adverse weather conditions, these effects can be even more pronounced. Although you may be lucky enough to escape with little or no injuries and minor auto repairs, when the accident causes serious injuries, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit to recover damages.

Retaining an attorney and filing a lawsuit is just the beginning. Compensation sought could be months, even years away. For a seriously injured or disabled person, one not working as a result of an accident, the financial impact can be devastating. A victim is at a significant disadvantage against a powerful, well-financed insurance company that deliberately drags its feet to make the injured victim become desperate to resolve the case for less than full case value. How does a plaintiff avoid such tactics, yet pay the bills and put food on the table? The answer is often lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding, often times termed “lawsuit loan”, can give you “fast cash” to pay pressing bills and get your life back on track while waiting for your future lawsuit settlement. It can also help level the playing field and give your attorney time to negotiate the highest settlement you deserve. All that is needed to be eligible for funding is a strong case and attorney representation. There is no need for a credit check or employment verification. Once we receive an application and applicable case documentation, a funding decision can be made within 24 – 48 hours. Lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis meaning that repayment is totally contingent on the outcome of your case. We are repaid once your case settles, but if you lose, the cash advance is completely waived.

If you have sustained significant injuries in an accident and need financial assistance, our legal funding services might be just what you need. Call our office or complete our online application to get started. You really have nothing to lose, and everything to gain, with a lawsuit cash advance from Lawsuit Financial.

June 17, 2016

Injured Customer Files Lawsuit After Fire Engine Crashes into Dairy Queen

Three people were injured last January when a fire engine slammed into a North Texas Dairy Queen. Officials said the truck it left the road for an unknown reason, crashed into an outdoor patio and through a portion of the restaurant, collapsing part of the front wall before coming to a stop on the other side of the restaurant. The truck driver, a restaurant employee working the drive-thru window, and a customer in the drive-thru line suffered non-life threatening injuries. The truck was not being driven by a firefighter at the time of the crash and was not headed to an emergency call. It had just been serviced by Siddons-Martin Emergency Group and the company was returning the vehicle to the fire station when the crash occurred.

An attorney for the injured DQ customer recently filed a personal injury lawsuit claiming negligence against Siddons-Martin Emergency Group and their employee. According to court documents, the driver allegedly lost control of the fire engine, crossed a grassy median, ran into a guard rail, crossed oncoming lanes, struck an exit sign, hit an embankment and went airborne before crashing into the restaurant and two cars sitting in the drive-through lane. The plaintiff was the driver in the first vehicle and was injured from the impact and bricks flying through the drivers-side window. The lawsuit alleges that the truck driver was traveling at an excessive rate of speed, failed to apply his brakes in a timely manner and was under the influence of a foreign substance. The lawsuit also claims negligence on the part of Siddons-Martin stating that the company had a duty to adequately train and supervise its employees, but failed to do so. The plaintiff is seeking unspecified damages.

Some may wonder why the plaintiff is able to sue Siddons-Martin; why is the company responsible for the driver’s negligence? The answer lies in a legal concept vicarious liability) that holds an employer responsible for the harm caused by its employee, as long as the employee was acting within the scope of his/her employment at the time of the accident. Some state laws require employers to indemnify employees for civil damages, verdicts or judgments assessed against an employee. Even a casual personal call while on company business may result in employer liability.

Determining what constitutes an act committed “within the scope of employment” can be a difficult task. One way to minimize any financial impact is with a lawsuit cash advance, known as lawsuit funding. Lawsuit funding is a financial tool that gives plaintiffs the staying power to wait for a fair settlement. It may be the only financial lifeline to paying medical expenses and other important bills, especially if unable to return to work. This no-risk cash advance is based solely on the merits of the case; credit history and employment do not matter. Best of all, because it is a non-recourse cash advance, we are only repaid once the case settles. No repayment is required if our client loses the case. If the case is approved for funding, the cash advance can be sent via direct deposit or wire transfer within 24 - 48 hours.

If you or a family member have been directly affected by an auto accident due to the negligence of someone else and struggling financially during a pending lawsuit, call Lawsuit Financial or complete an online application for a free case funding evaluation.

June 15, 2016

Elderly Pedestrian Killed by Bus She was Riding Moments after Exiting the Vehicle

San Francisco police are investigating a fatal accident in which a pedestrian using a walker was hit by a paratransit bus.

The deceased 86-year-old woman was crossing the street after exiting the bus. A witness said it appeared that the woman stopped in front of the bus to check for cars passing by in the next lane. As she took a step back to avoid the traffic, the bus driver accelerated and struck the woman, dragging her nearly 30 feet across the intersection. She was trapped beneath the bus and was pronounced dead at the scene.

It was unclear if the woman was crossing against the traffic light when she was run over. She was on her way to a meeting hosted by Senior and Disability Action, a group that is sponsoring town hall gatherings regarding safety on San Francisco streets. Police hope video from surveillance cameras at a nearby church will help in their investigation.

San Francisco Paratransit is a city run service contracted by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency for people with disabilities. The driver is a veteran operator, but it was his first time on the route. He has been cooperating with police.

Was the driver distracted or not paying close enough attention to notice the woman stopped in front of the bus? Was she crossing outside of a crosswalk or against traffic control signals? Was there a bus mechanical failure or defect? While all the details of this pedestrian-auto accident won’t be known until the investigation is complete, witnesses said that the intersection has always been dangerous.

No matter how the investigation concludes, the family of the deceased woman may be entitled to compensation and should seek legal advice from an experienced attorney as soon as possible. A wrongful death attorney can ensure that the family's rights are protected, help determine who may be at fault, and decide the best course of action in recovering the maximum compensation for funeral and burial expenses, pain and suffering, and other damages. Even if the pedestrian is found partially at fault, the family can still be entitled to compensation, but it would be reduced according to the amount of responsibility the pedestrian had in the accident.

While waiting out the litigation process, the family can avoid a shortfall in finances that could lead to a significant financial hardship, with the help of a lawsuit cash advance known as lawsuit funding. Obtaining funding is quick and easy because unlike a traditional loan, the cash advance is provided completely on case strength. There is no credit check, employment verification or collateral necessary. Best of all, repayment is only made when a settlement is reached. If the case is lost, our repayment is lost.

Applying for funding takes less than five minutes online or by phone. Once we received the application and supporting documentation, a funding decision can be made within 24 – 48 hours. If approved, the money would arrive within 24-48 hours by check or wire transfer.
If you were in a pedestrian-auto accident and awaiting justice, don’t let outstanding bills ruin your credit. Call Lawsuit Financial or visit us online for more information or to complete and application. Where else can you obtain a “risk-free lawsuit loan”?

June 14, 2016

When Discouraged With Your Financial Situation During A Pending Lawsuit, Consider Lawsuit Funding

Auto accidents occur every day, causing emotional, physical, and financial hardship. Although you may have a strong case, an auto accident lawsuit can take months, even years, before a settlement is reached. Financial pressures can put a tremendous strain on families, which insurance companies know and will use deny, delay, and defend tactics to preserve their own profits rather than doing what is right for the innocent victim. Rather than settling for pennies on the dollar just to pay the bills, you could apply for lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding, commonly referred to as a “lawsuit loan,” is a non-recourse cash advance to help plaintiffs pay the bills while their case proceeds through the legal process rather than being forced to settle for less than you deserve because you are in a financial bind. Unlike a bank loan, there is no employment or income verification and credit score doesn’t matter because funding is based solely on the strength of the case. There are also no monthly payments. We are repaid once your case successfully settles. 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 and have filed a personal injury lawsuit, before becoming discouraged about your financial situation, consider lawsuit funding. Our streamlined application process begins with an online application or by calling our office. Next, we will contact your attorney and review case documents to determine eligibility for funding. If approved, funds can be available in as little as 24 hours. When you know your bills and expenses are covered, it is much easier to fight for justice to be served.

June 13, 2016

NTSB Concludes Ice on Wings Downed Plane that Killed Woman and Two Children in Home

Airplane accidents are rare, but when they happen they usually cause serious injuries or death. Litigation in these cases typically take years. The last thing victims should worry about is their finances. For that reason, Lawsuit Financial provides pre-settlement lawsuit funding.

The NTSB concluded last week that the tragic deaths of a Gaithersburg, Maryland mother and her two young sons could have been avoided if the pilot of a private plane had flipped on his de-icer before he attempted to land on a chilly morning in December 2014. The woman was trying to protect her sons with her own body after the plane crashed into their home and erupted into flames. The pilot and his two passengers also died when the plane stalled as it approached the runway at Montgomery County Airpark. The NTSB report said that “had the ice protection been activated the pilot would have received an aural warning of impending stall about 20 seconds earlier.”

The incident was the second time the pilot had crashed while attempting to land at the Gaithersburg airport, despite being a highly qualified pilot, with 4,500 hours logged in control of an aircraft. He was certified as a commercial pilot and as a flight instructor. The first crash was also determined to be due to pilot error.

Several lawsuits have been filed in the aftermath of this tragic crash. The widow of the woman and two young boys has filed a lawsuit against the pilot’s family and the maker of the jet. Owners of two homes that were damaged in the crash have also filed lawsuits seeking to recoup losses they incurred when smoke, fire and parts of the aircraft wrecked their homes.

The widow of one of the deceased passengers aboard the plane alleges the pilot was negligent for failing to operate the aircraft in a safe and competent manner. The suit names the pilot’s estate, as well as a host of other companies involved in the manufacturing and maintenance of the aircraft as defendants, alleging the plane was "defective and unreasonably dangerous." Sage Aviation LLC, owned the plane and had liability insurance coverage, but it won't be enough to pay out all the claims resulting from the crash, according to her attorney.

It has already been a year-and-a-half since this tragic crash. Several families have lost loved ones, whiles others suffered serious property damage. One man is living the aftermath of losing his entire family and home. In addition to the grief, these families are undoubtedly suffering financially. To survive the litigation process, they can turn to Lawsuit Financial.

Lawsuit funding, money given in advance of an expected settlement or jury verdict is ideal for cases like this. It is easy to apply for funding, there are no requirements for a credit check or employment history, and there are no upfront fees or monthly payment. A lawsuit cash advance will pay a family's current or late bills and expenses, remove any financial pressure to settle too early for too little, continue to provide interim financial assistance, if needed, and permit the families to wait out the legal process.

Lawsuit Financial Corporation has more combined litigation and litigation funding experience than any other company in the lawsuit finance marketplace. We work fast to approve a funding application because we know time is of the essence. Typically, funding can be available within 24 – 48 hours of approval. We charge no application fees; our clients only pay us once their case successfully settles. If our funded client loses their case, the cash advance is waived. Contact us today to learn more or to apply for immediate financial relief. We can be reached via our website at www.lawsuitfinancial.com or by calling 1-877-377-SUIT (7848).

June 8, 2016

Reckless Driver Crashes into Nine Bicyclists, Killing Five Instantly

Kalamazoo County Prosecuting Attorney Jeffrey Getting said that three separate police agencies started receiving phone calls regarding a truck's erratic driving about 30 minutes prior to a crash that killed five bicyclists and seriously injured four others. Officers were attempting to locate the driver of a blue Chevy pick-up truck when the crash occurred. The pick-up truck sustained heavy front-end damage and was disabled after the crash. The driver fled on foot, but found a short time later and taken into police custody. The five deceased bicyclists were pronounced dead at the scene; the injured victims were transported to area hospitals. All victims were adults. The crash remains under investigation.

Drivers who flee the scene of a fatal accident face felony charges. In addition to criminal consequences, families of the deceased victims may file a wrongful death lawsuit. Additionally, those injured can pursue a personal injury claim against the negligent driver. While the grief these families are facing is overwhelming at best, it is important to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney to determine their rights to recover compensation for medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, loss of income, and pain and suffering endured as a result of this crash.

Once the litigation process is underway, if these families need financial assistance to keep their case alive, lawsuit funding may be a viable solution. Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance to help plaintiffs pay for expenses resulting from injuries sustained or simply to catch up on daily living expenses. This is funding received prior to case settlement without the need for a credit check or employment verification. Additionally, repayment is only made once the case successfully settles. If the plaintiff loses the case, the repayment is completely waived. It’s that simple!

Do you have a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit pending and looking for a cash advance? Look no further than Lawsuit Financial. With our quick and easy application process and our experienced legal finance representatives, we can typical approve an application and provide funding in less than 48 hours. Call us today for a free, no obligation consultation or visit us online to apply.

June 7, 2016

Pre-Settlement Lawsuit Funding: An Essential Asset While Waiting for a Product Liability Settlement

We all expect the products we buy to work as intended, but sometimes a flaw in the design or an unintended side effect can result in a faulty, defective product, and innocent people get hurt. When that happens, injured victims can file a product liability lawsuit to cover medical expenses, lost wages, and for pain and suffering. However, these types of personal injury lawsuits are complicated; insurance companies don’t want to pay out on claims. They will drag out the litigation process knowing that most plaintiffs will be faced with mounting medical bills on top of ordinary living expenses. Insurance companies know that cash-strapped plaintiffs will often settle for less than full case value. Lawsuit Financial is here to tell you there is another option.

If you have filed a product liability lawsuit and have attorney representation, you are eligible for pre-settlement lawsuit funding. Lawsuit funding is a cash advance against your pending claim to help you pay bills, purchase a car, put a down payment on a new home or for anything else that you may need; there is no restriction on how you use your money. This removes the financial pressures while allowing your attorney time to achieve full case value.

The application process is quick and easy because we require no upfront fees, no credit checks, no employment verifications and no collateral. All we require is attorney representation and a case with merit. Best of all, our funding is provided risk-free. We are repaid only when the case settles, at which time we are paid back through the case proceeds. If you lose your case, there is no obligation to pay us back. Most often, we can approve contracts and provide the cash advance needed within 24 – 48 hours.

When you are seriously injured, in a pending lawsuit, and have nowhere to turn for financial assistance, you can rely on Lawsuit Financial. Call us today for a free, no-obligation consultation.

June 3, 2016

Plaintiffs Manage Finances with Lawsuit Funding

Most visitors to this website know that a “personal injury” is a life-changing moment when you are seriously injured as the result of someone else’s negligence or carelessness. Injuries can result in time out of work and medical bills can put an extra strain on already reduced finances. Many plaintiffs find it difficult to pay even the basic, everyday living expenses. Although it may take a long time for a lawsuit to wind its way through the courts, it doesn’t have to be a financially bumpy road.

Lawsuit Financial can provide some financial relief with a lawsuit cash advance, money advanced in anticipation of a potential settlement or verdict. It is specifically designed to help plaintiffs level the playing field with deep-pocket defendants and take control of their case. With a lawsuit cash advance 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.

Lawsuit funding is provided based on the merits of the case, through information provided by the plaintiff’s attorney. Whether good credit or bad, whether or not the plaintiff has a job or not, it doesn’t matter. Funding is determine on case strength alone. Best of all, payback is contingent upon the outcome of the case. If our funded client wins, we are paid back principal and profit; if the case is lost, repayment is completely waived.

Have you been injured due to the negligence of someone else, retained an attorney, and struggling to make ends meet? Don’t fall prey to an insurance company that entices you to accept a less-than-fair settlements. Click here to apply for lawsuit funding or call our office toll-free at 1-877-377-7848. One of our experienced funding specialists would be happy to discuss your litigation financing options.