August 29, 2016

Litigation Funding Makes A Positive Impact On Drunk Driving Auto Accident Lawsuits

Drunk drivers are one of the most common causes of high speed car crashes, leading to serious and fatal injuries. Victims may have legal recourse through a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit, therefore it is important to consult an experienced attorney. If you are searching for lawsuit funding against a DUI accident, contact Lawsuit Financial Corporation.

Three people are dead and three others injured following a single vehicle crash in Raleigh, NC. A police report said that the driver was under the influence of alcohol when he went off the roadway, over-corrected and went off the other side of the road before hitting a light pole, street sign and tree. The vehicle overturned and two people were ejected. It was determined that the driver was traveling at 50 mph in a 35 mph zone. Investigators said seven people were inside the vehicle at the time of the crash. A relative of one of the injured passengers said the group was coming home from a nightclub when the crash occurred.

The drunk driver has been charged with three counts of aggravated felony death by motor vehicle, three counts of aggravated serious injury by motor vehicle and driving while impaired. US Immigration and Customs Enforcement has also determined that he is in the country illegally. Court records show the driver was convicted of DWI in 2011, when he was 17. He also was convicted twice of driving while license revoked – impaired, most recently in April.

The injured victims and family members of the deceased may be entitled to recover expenses related to medical treatment, funeral and burial expenses, pain and suffering and more. They may also be entitled to compensation from the nightclub if it is determined that the driver was serviced drinks despite being intoxicated and left in an intoxicated state.

An experienced personal injury or wrongful death attorney is the best way to help these victims get the compensation they deserve. Most likely, the lengthy legal process will hinder them from paying the bills associated with the crash; it may even be a struggle to pay ordinary living expenses. In times like this, auto accident litigation funding is a good option. In fact, it might be the only option to avoid an early settlement for less than full case value.

Pre-settlement litigation funding is an emergency cash advance to qualified plaintiffs that helps them get out of debt and keep their financial obligations current while waiting for a trial or settlement. Victims are eligible for funding once they have attorney representation. Simply complete an online application and we do the rest. There are no credit checks, no employment verification and no upfront fees. If approved, the money can arrive within 24 – 48 hours. Repayment of the cash advance is made once the case settles, but if the funded plaintiff loses, the lawsuit cash advance is theirs to keep -- no strings attached.

If you have been injured or lost a loved one due to a drunk driver, are in a pending lawsuit, and facing serious financial challenges while waiting for a settlement, contact Lawsuit Financial to ease your financial burden and give your attorney the time needed to obtain full value in your case. If you do not have an attorney, we have a network of attorneys all over the country waiting to assist you. We would be happy to provide one in your area at no cost.

August 23, 2016

Worker Dies In Vat of Molasses. Cause of Death Under Investigation

An investigation is ongoing in the death of a 23-year-old Michigan man who died in a molasses tank last month.

Robert Herweyer was helping to pump out a 12-foot-tall vat at Agri-Science Technologies in Saugatuck, Michigan when the molasses level became too low to reach the pump-out valve. Herweyer put on a pair of wading boots and a safety mask so he could descend into the tank via a forklift and straps to adjust the valve. According to a co-worker, Herweyer grabbed the straps to start the climb back out of the tank, but suddenly stopped. After calling to Herweyer and receiving no response, co-workers sought help. It is believed Herweyer had been submerged in the molasses for at least four minutes before his boss was able to cut through the tank and pull him out. Although the sheriff’s department hasn’t yet issued an official cause of death, a doctor said Herweyer’s had syrup in his lungs and died from drowning. The man leaves behind a wife and soon-to-be first child.

It is unclear what happened, but authorities believe fumes or a medical episode may have played a part in his death. Michigan’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is investigating to make sure there were no workplace violations, but it may take months to reach a conclusion.

If it is determined that the cause was due in part, or whole, to negligence or defective parts or equipment, it will be imperative to put the proper measures in place so such a tragedy does not happen again.

Incidents such as this are dealt with under the auspices of workers’ compensation law. That’s the general rule of thumb, but there are exceptions. One of those is if the accident was due to a defective piece of equipment or negligence on the part of someone other than the employer. If that is the case in this fatal accident, the victim’s family may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit. If immediate cash flow is issue that makes it difficult to pay the bills while waiting for a fair settlement, she may want to consider lawsuit funding.

It is very easy to apply for lawsuit funding, either by phone or online. After receiving a funding application, we will review the case and make a funding decision within 24 – 48 hours. If approved, the lawsuit cash advance can be used for whatever the funded client chooses, but typically is used to pay medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, household bills, mortgage, or simply to put food on the table. Unlike a bank loan, there are no monthly payments or credit checks, and employment is not important. And, if the case is lost, the lawsuit cash advance is excused. To apply or for a free, no-obligation consultation, contact Lawsuit Financial at 1-877-377-7848.

August 22, 2016

Hospital Disputes Jury Decision in Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Thousands of patients are injured or killed yearly due to medical negligence. When victims seek justice it usually takes years. Even when a settlement is reached, the fight for justice may not be over. Hospitals will, often times, deny the allegations and file an appeal.

HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley may file an appeal in a $4.6 million wrongful death verdict by a state Supreme Court jury.

In February 2011, a 63-year-old man went to the emergency room of Kingston Hospital, currently known as the HealthAlliance Hospital Broadway Campus, with severe pains. He was admitted and doctors performed preliminary blood tests. Despite the doctors suspecting pancreatitis, additional testing was not performed, “and they completely failed to diagnose a more dangerous condition: sepsis,” according to the family’s attorney. Less than 36 hours after being admitted to the hospital, the man was dead as a result of a severe infection. He left behind a wife and son.

The family chose to file a medical malpractice lawsuit. The case went before a New York Supreme Court jury which found both doctors and the Kingston Hospital responsible for the man’s death. The hospital and primary care doctor were each found 33 percent responsible. The gastroenterologist, who was called in as a consultant on the man’s condition was found 34 percent responsible. In response to the verdict, HealthAlliance said: “We disagree with the jury’s verdict and will make a motion to set it aside. We also reserve the option to file an appeal.”

A medical mistake took a man’s life; a family was stripped of a loved one. Five years later the case settled, but the fight may continue. Why? Rather than admitting fault and learning from their mistakes, the hospital will most likely drag this family through more pain and suffering.
This family’s financial situation is unknown, but they most likely would be good candidates for lawsuit funding. Even if they did not seek the help from a legal funding company, if they face financial burdens during an appeal, lawsuit funding can still be a valuable resource.

Applying for a non-recourse lawsuit cash advance is quite simple. Just complete a one-page application and we do the rest. Once case documentation is reviewed and the strength of the case determined, approvals can be available within 24 - 48 hours. No money is owed until the case successfully settles, at which time repayment is made from the proceeds of the case. The most attractive part about lawsuit funding is that if the case is lost, repayment is completely waived.

If you have pending a medical malpractice lawsuit or won your case, but now faced with an appeal, you may be eligible for medical malpractice lawsuit funding. For a free consultation or to apply, complete the online contact form or contact Lawsuit Financial directly at 1- 877-377-7848.

August 19, 2016

Lawsuit Financial Helps Auto Accident Victims Pay the Bills While Seeking Justice

The most common accidents in the United States involves automobiles. They can range from a simple fender bender with little or no injuries, to catastrophic crashes that lead to serious or disabling injuries and, sometimes, death. In addition to the physical pain, long-term disability or wrongful deaths resulting from an auto accident both have the potential to exhaust all of your financial resources.

Filing a lawsuit and waiting out the litigation process can take months, even years. But, everyday expenses do not stop because you have been seriously injured or lost a loved one. Years ago, most innocent victims struggled to avoid foreclosure on their home and to pay day-to-day living expenses. With limited options to pay even their basic needs, they would max out credit cards or settle for far too little just to pay the bills. Nowadays, there is another option – and, it is risk-free!

Lawsuit Financial can offer a lawsuit cash advance, known as lawsuit funding, against your pending claim. With the money, you can pay the mortgage, medical expenses, funeral expenses, groceries, and any other bills and expenses. We do not limit how the cash advance is used.

Lawsuit funding is not a “lawsuit loan” as it is often called; you only repay the cash advance, with interest, if and when you successfully settles your case. If your case is lost, the cash advance is waived in its entirety. Additionally, there are no monthly payments or upfront fees, not credit checks, or employment verification.

While auto accident lawsuit funding will not win a case, it can be a financial godsend for plaintiffs when needed the most. If you have been injured in an auto accident due to someone else’s negligence, are tired of waiting for your lawsuit to settle, and need cash now, apply for auto accident lawsuit funding with Lawsuit Financial. If your case qualifies, we can have cash in your hands within 24 – 48 hours.

August 16, 2016

Devastating DUI Crash in Texas Kills Husband and Wife’s Unborn Son

Despite increased awareness, as well as stricter laws and criminal penalties for DUI, many motorists continue to drink and drive. In a matter of seconds, lives are changed forever.

On August 2, a Mexican-born aspiring carpenter and his pregnant wife were on their way home from the immigration office where they learned that his application was approved for U.S citizenship. The woman was behind the wheel of their Toyota Corolla when a car coming in the opposite direction crossed the center line and slammed into their vehicle, killing her husband. She was taken to the hospital in serious condition, which included a brain bleed. Two days after the crash, and after nearly 24 hours of induced labor, the woman delivered her stillborn son. Since leaving the hospital, she hasn’t had time to process the death of her husband and unborn child; she has been working in funeral arrangements.

Witnesses told police they saw a woman in a bikini rolling a bottle of alcohol under a parked car after the crash. When police spoke to the 21-year-old woman, she admitted to consuming beer and liquor while floating the Guadalupe River at Texas State Tubes prior to the crash. She has since been charged with two counts of intoxication manslaughter and one count of intoxication assault.

While there is nothing the surviving victim can do to bring back her husband and child, she should consult an experienced attorney to understand her rights. It is not just about the compensation for her loss. A wrongful death lawsuit sends a powerful message – drunk driving is a crime and wrongdoers will be punished.

Pursuing a lawsuit takes a long time. Even if a case seems clear cut, compensation may be months, even years away. How does a seriously injured accident victim support him/herself while waiting for the case to settle? The answer is, of course, lawsuit funding.

Taking the financial pressure off the plaintiff to settle a valuable case too early for too little is what we do at Lawsuit Financial. A lawsuit cash advance can assist the plaintiff in paying funeral and other death related expenses, medical bills, and any ongoing expenses such as the mortgage or car payments. What makes lawsuit funding better than a bank loan is the fact that most cases are approved within 48 hours, there are no monthly payments and if the case is lost, there is no obligation to repay the advance. All that is needed to be considered for lawsuit funding is attorney representation (on a contingent basis) and a strong case.

If you have been injured in an auto accident due to a driver under the influence and are seeking compensation for your injuries, you may qualify for drunk driving lawsuit funding. Complete our onlne contact form or call our office toll-free at 1 877-377-7848 to get started.

August 15, 2016

Two People Injured After Woman Crashes Into Panera Bread

Two pedals, inches apart, one for gas and the other for brakes.

An elderly Michigan woman apparently mistook the gas pedal for the brake, jumped the curb and crashed into a Panera Bread restaurant. About 15 – 20 patrons were inside the restaurant at the time. Two people suffered minor leg injuries from flying shards of glass. A building inspector determined there was no major structural damage to the restaurant, but the café and bakery are closed until the glass is replaced. The crash is still under investigation.

Fortunately, the injuries in this incident were minor, but that is not always the case. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), nearly 16,000 preventable crashes occur every year due to drivers mistakenly hitting the gas instead of the brake pedal.

Gas pedal accidents became newsworthy in 2003 when an 86-year-old driver mistakenly stepped on the gas pedal instead of the brake then panicked, plowing into an open-air market in Santa Monica, Calif. Ten people were killed and 63 injured. A Colorado woman stepped on the accelerator instead of the brake, killing an 18-year-old who became engulfed in flames after being pinned beneath a toppled gas pump. A man was pinned between two vehicles when a truck driver apparently mistook the gas pedal for the brake. The victim died the following day.

Wrongful death lawsuits are not only expensive to litigate, but emotionally and financially costly to family members. For those struggling financially, litigation funding can help.

Lawsuit Financial, a leader in the legal finance industry, can provide a lawsuit cash advance once the victims have filed a lawsuit with an experienced attorney. By assisting with some of the mounting bills and expenses, the plaintiff can wait for justice to be served. Because we provide funding based solely on case strength, there is no need for a credit check or employment verification. Once we have some basic case documentation, we can approve and fund a case in as little as 24 hours. Best of all, there are no monthly payments; we are only repaid after the case settles. If our funded client loses the case, we completely waive repayment.

If you are a plaintiff in a pending wrongful death lawsuit and need financial assistance, apply for litigation funding by completing our online application or call our office toll free at 1-877-377-7848. We can also provide a free, no obligation consultation.

August 8, 2016

Lawsuit Financial Provides Financial Support for Personal Injury Lawsuit Victims

If you were suddenly injured in an auto accident and unable to work, would you have a means to pay the bills – mortgage, rent, car payments, tuition, medical expenses, utility bills, groceries? How long would that money last? What if you filed a personal injury lawsuit, but the insurance company offered an inadequate settlement offer or was denying the claim, thus, causing your case to drag on indefinitely? Do you know how you would stay financially afloat? Most people never give this scenario a thought until they are confronted with the situation.

Until you are the victim of someone else’s negligence, you may not realize that insurance companies use deny, delay and defend tactics to persuade you to settle for less than you deserve. They know the longer the stall, the more likely you will suffer financially to the point of accepting their offer. Few people know there is a viable way out of this situation.

With pre-settlement lawsuit funding, a plaintiff doesn’t have to wait months or years for a case to settle, risking debt or a bad credit rating. If you have attorney representation and a strong case, you already qualify. The only information required for funding approval is information relevant to your accident and the scope of your injuries. There are no credit checks or employment verification, and you are never at any risk financially because repayment is only made after your case settles. If for any reason your case is lost, the cash advance is completely waived. The money can be spent anyway you choose with no restrictions. In most cases, funds can be provided within 24 – 48 hours of approval. It really is that easy!

Anyone in a pending lawsuit, represented by an attorney, and in need of fast cash before their case settles is eligible to apply for pre-settlement funding. Call Lawsuit Financial or complete our online contact form to get started.

August 4, 2016

Couple Sues Hospital and Anesthesia Group for Daughter’s Brain Injury

Thousands of preventable medical mistakes occur every year. Determining whether a medical treatment error could have been prevented requires experienced medical malpractice attorneys. Waiting for a settlement may take years. During this time, there are still medical bills to pay on top of ordinary household expenses. Plaintiffs may quickly run out of cash. This is a time when lawsuit funding can be a powerful tool.

A couple has filed a medical negligence lawsuit against a Sioux Falls hospital and an anesthesia company alleging surgery left their daughter with a severe brain injury.

According to the suit, an ENT doctor recommended a surgery that is done to treat certain airway complications. The child's airway became obstructed after surgery and she was unable to breathe for about 20 minutes, causing permanent brain damage. On August 11, 2014, she was transferred from Sanford Health to Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital in Nebraska, where she spent the next seven months. The complaint states that the injury left the child with impairments that will leave her “totally dependent on others for care.” She cannot speak and is fed exclusively through a feeding tube. The lawsuit filed against Sanford and Anesthesia Physicians seeks in excess of $75,000. The anesthesia group says it “lacked sufficient information” to completely respond to the claim. Sanford Health has yet to respond to the lawsuit.

Obviously, this family would rather turn back the clock than sue medical professionals. Yet, it is important to seek justice no matter how long it takes.

Going through a lawsuit is certainly not easy. The emotional, mental and physical stress is enough to deal with; the last thing this family needs to worry about is how to keep up with financial obligations. That’s where Lawsuit Financial comes in. We provide lawsuit funding to help plaintiffs withstand the litigation process and still be able to pay the bills. With the bills paid, the family can focus on their daughter’s needs.

Lawsuit funding is a cash advance provided risk-free. This money is not provided against an asset; rather, it is given against the potential settlement of the case. Credit checks and employment verification are not necessary to obtaining a lawsuit cash advance. After completing an online application, one of our professional staff members will contact your attorney for case documentation. Cash can be available in under 48 hours.

Repayment is made only if you win the case. The fee is a certain percentage of the amount of your advance, and both are paid directly from the proceeds of the case. If you lose your case, you are not obligated to repay the money.

If you have fallen prey to medical malpractice, Lawsuit Financial is here to help. We just might have the financial mechanism you need to fight for your rights.

August 2, 2016

Man Hit by Car While Mowing Lawn Dies of Injuries

Motorists have the obligation and duty to operate their vehicle with care. If the driver is negligent and causes an accident, they should be held liable for damages including medical expenses, funeral expenses, pain and suffering and lost wages. If finances are stretched during a pending lawsuit, plaintiffs may be able to secure litigation funding.

A 50-year-old Tennessee man was mowing his lawn when a woman drove off the road and struck him. He was transported to a local hospital where he died from his injuries. The negligent driver was taken into custody after she gave police a false name at the scene. Charges are pending.

Although it may be difficult for the family to think about taking legal action following the loss of a loved one(s), a wrongful death lawsuit is the only way to hold the negligent party. In addition to funeral costs, hospital bills, and other expenses resulting from the death, the family can also seek damages for the loss of present and future earnings as well as intangible elements of life, such as loss of companionship.

Securing auto accident litigation funding could help alleviate some of the financial strain during a pending wrongful death lawsuit.

Litigation funding differs from traditional loans in several ways.
• There are no monthly payments. In fact, repayment is only made if, and when, a settlement is reached.
• If the case is lost, the cash advance does not need to be repaid.
• There is no need for a credit check.
• There is no need for employment verification.
• Once a client is approved for funding, the cash advance can be sent overnight mail or direct deposit within 24 – 48 hours.
• There are absolutely no restrictions on how the money is used.

Have you or a loved one been involved in auto accident where another party is at fault? Do you have an attorney? Are you suing for damages? Consider auto accident litigation funding to help you with finances until your settlement is received.

Lawsuit Financial is one of the country's most experienced providers of litigation funding services. We work directly with your attorney to gather needed information to process your funding request quickly, typically within 48 hours. Don’t settle your valuable case for less than you deserve. Apply online or call our office for a free review of your situation and to learn more about our funding services.

August 1, 2016

Semi Driver Admits To Taking Eyes of Road Causing Crash That Left Young Child with a Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

The consequences of inattention may cause an automobile accident and result in serious personal injuries, even death.

A five-year-old boy suffered a traumatic brain injury after a semi rear-ended his family’s vehicle on July 5, 2016 on U.S. 31 in Oceana County, Michigan. The driver of the semi admitted that he briefly looking away from the road, and when he returned his attention, traffic had slowed for road construction. He attempted to slow but hit a Mazda, then the family’s Subaru. The collision forced both vehicles into the median. The driver of the Mazda suffered serious injuries. The five people in the Subaru, a couple and their three young children, suffered minor to serious injuries with the 5-year-old suffering the most severe injuries. The family was traveling between destinations on a summer vacation when the crash occurred. The semi-truck driver suffered minor injuries; charges against him are pending until all injuries have stabilized, according to Lt. Craig Mast of the Oceana County Sheriff’s Office.

The child’s brain injury has been described as 'catastrophic'. He has been weaned off most medication, breathing on his own and slowly recovering, but is still unable to be transferred to a rehab hospital, before going home. The family is from the Port Huron area and struggling not only with all the medical costs, but all the expenses while trying to stay with the child. Additionally, the little boy will most likely need care and medical follow-up for the rest of his life.

The family will, most likely, pursue a personal injury lawsuit to recover compensation for the child’s long-term care. Even though the truck driver admitted to taking his eyes off the road, traumatic brain injuries are complex and a large amount of time may elapse before the true extent of the injury is known. For this reason, litigation may drag on for years. While the family awaits a settlement or verdict, they may become further in debt as the bills and expenses related to the care and treatment for their son continues. Litigation funding may be the perfect solution for this family to bridge any financial gap until the case settles.

At Lawsuit Financial, we provide risk-free funding (sometimes called a “lawsuit loan"). To obtain a lawsuit cash advance in the quickest and easiest manner, please complete our online form. One of our agents will contact you immediately and start the process. We usually can process and provide funding within 24 hours of receiving necessary documentation from your attorney. The money can be used immediately to pay medical bills, mortgage, rent, car payment, or other household expenses. We don’t charge upfront fees or monthly payments; good credit and employment are not important. Best of all, funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, meaning that if your case does not win you are not obligated to pay back the cash advance.

If you or someone you love is suffering from a brain injury, waiting for a lawsuit settlement, and strapped for cash, don’t hesitate to apply for litigation funding online or call our office toll free, at 1-877-377-SUIT for further assistance.

July 27, 2016

Devastating DUI Crash in Fayetteville NC Kills Five

Accidents that are caused by an impaired driver can often result in catastrophic and sometimes fatal injuries. Injured victims and families of the deceased may want to seek compensation for their losses. Civil lawsuits can be successful even if the at-fault driver is acquitted of criminal charges.

A 22-year-old man is in custody nearly a month after he caused a three-vehicle crash in Fayetteville, NC, killing five people.

The driver of a 2000 Ford Mustang was speeding when he lost control, crossed the center line and slammed into two other vehicles. The Mustang hit a Kia broadside, became airborne, and then hit a Crown Victoria on the driver’s side before landing on its roof. Police determined the driver had alcohol in his system at the time of the crash. Among the deceased were four passengers in the Mustang and the driver of the Kia. The driver of the Mustang and a rear-seat passenger were transported to the hospital with serious injuries. Blood drawn from the driver at the hospital tested positive for opiates and cannabis, according to police. The driver of the Crown Victoria was treated at the hospital and released.

Once released from the hospital, the negligent driver was charged with five counts of involuntary manslaughter, two counts of felony resulting in serious injury by motor vehicle, driving while impaired, reckless endangerment of the public, driving left of center, and unsafe tires.

When an impaired driver is found liable for injuries or death, even if the victim(s) was an occupant in the same vehicle, that person (or their loved ones) may still have the ability to file a personal injury (or wrongful death claim) against the liable driver. An attorney can help victims understand their rights and negotiate a favorable settlement that covers the cost of medical care, rehabilitation, funeral expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering.

Auto accident lawsuits have the potential to exhaust all financial resources, especially claims that take months, even years to resolve. To stay financially afloat, auto accident litigation funding can be a valuable option. In fact, it might be the only option to avoid an early settlement for less than full case value.

Litigation funding is a cash advance to help victims deal with important bills and expenses while waiting to achieve appropriate justice. Eligibility is based on a strong case and attorney representation. For victims meeting those criteria, the next step is to complete a one-page funding application. Then, Lawsuit Financial will request necessary documentation to determine case strength and if, and how much, funding can be provided. We can typically approve a case for funding within 24 – 48 hours because we do not required a credit check or employment verification. Furthermore, repayment is made only after the case successfully settles. If our funded client loses, we waive the repayment in its entirety.

If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a car crash caused by a driver under the influence, are in a pending, attorney-represented lawsuit, and don’t have the financial ability to wait out the litigation process, contact Lawsuit Financial. Our experienced and professional funding team is happy to answer your questions and help you understand the lawsuit funding process. If you do not have legal representation, we would be happy to provide one in your area from our network of attorneys all over the country. This is a no cost, no-obligation service to you.

July 26, 2016

Why You Might Need Lawsuit Funding After An Auto Accident

An auto accident can leave you with serious injuries and prevent you from returning to work. It can also leave you struggling financially especially if the case does not settle quickly.

Most plaintiffs do not have the deep pockets of big corporations and insurance companies. They can’t afford to wait forever for a settlement without feeling some financial stress. Savings may dwindle to nothing and home foreclosure may be imminent. Accepting an early settlement is very tempting especially as litigation drags on.

While it is nearly impossible to plan for a tragic incident, injury victims should never be forced to accept minimal settlements because of pressing personal financial needs. Instead, victims can stay financially afloat while waiting for a fair case settlement with a lawsuit cash advance, known as lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance for personal injury plaintiffs based purely on the strength of the lawsuit. The money is meant to help plaintiffs with medical expenses, car payments, mortgage payments, and other necessities, although there are no restriction as to how the money is used.

In order to be considered for funding, a plaintiff must complete a free, online application or call our office. We will review the application along with case documentation from the plaintiff’s attorney to determine if the case has merit; employment status and credit history are irrelevant. Upon approval, funds can be deposited directly into the plaintiff’s bank account or sent via overnight mail within 24- 48 hours. There are no monthly payments to be made; we are only repaid once the case successfully settles. Should the plaintiff lose the case, repayment is completely waived. It really is this simple!

If you are in a personal injury lawsuit and feeling the financial crunch, 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. Click here to apply or call Lawsuit Financial toll-free at 877-377-7848.