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Lawsuit Funding Helps Auto Accident Victims Wait For Just Compensation

The aftermath of an accident can be difficult and confusing. The physical injuries, emotional distress, and lost wages can have a significant impact. Some victims may be seriously injured and left unable to work. In the case of a wrongful death, if the person killed was the family’s primary breadwinner, families may find themselves faced with months, even years of financial difficulty. The last thing victims and their families are most likely thinking about is gathering evidence and ensuring that a thorough investigation is conducted. But, these are key steps in seeking any legal claim; an auto accident attorney can help.

While you focus on healing from your injuries and restoring your quality of life, an experienced attorney can fight for justice and fair compensation that you deserve. Unfortunately, this often takes months, if not years because insurance companies are notorious for denying, delaying, and defending claims. In the meantime, you may find yourself going further into debt, unable to pay household bills, medical costs and other expenses. With auto accident lawsuit funding, you can get the cash you need now, usually within 24 – 48 hours.

The only requirements to obtain a lawsuit cash advance is a strong case and attorney representation. Once we receive a funding application, your attorney will provide necessary case documentation to so we can make a funding decision. Credit checks and employment status are not necessary, and there are no upfront fees or collateral required. Repayment is simply made once the case successfully settles.

Lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, meaning that should you fail to win your lawsuit, you are under no obligation to repay the cash advance. This means that you are never at risk, left to wonder how you will repay the “lawsuit loan” should you lose the case.

If you’re facing financial challenges following an auto accident, avoid risking your credit score and going further in debt by seeking lawsuit funding. Contact us today at 1-877-377-7848, or complete our online brief application to learn how we can help you fight for your rights.