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What to Do When Accepting a Lawsuit Settlement Offer is Not in Your Best Interest

There are two main reasons people file lawsuits – to be compensated for damages resulting from someone else’s negligence and to bring awareness to prevent the negligence from happening to someone else. But, it is unrealistic to think that the wrongdoer will concede negligence and pay a victim fair compensation without a fight.

Resolving a claim can be exhausting; reaching a settlement is only half the battle. Yet, waiting for a fair settlement can be overwhelming physically, emotionally, and financially, especially for victims out of work or who lost a sole breadwinner. This is one reason why plaintiffs seek lawsuit funding against their case – they can’t afford to wait.

When a plaintiff wants to disregard a low settlement offer, s/he can seek monetary support through the legal funding services offered by Lawsuit Financial. Lawsuit funding is a cash advance which helps supplement finances so plaintiffs can pay outstanding bills and prevent a bad credit history while waiting for justice and a fair settlement.

Applying for a lawsuit cash advance is absolutely free! Furthermore, there are no monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verification. Once Lawsuit Financial receives an application, we begin the review process by talking to the plaintiff and requesting case documentation from the plaintiff’s attorney. If the funding application is approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Another great feature of lawsuit funding is that a plaintiff is only required to repay Lawsuit Financial if s/he wins the case. However, if the plaintiff loses the case s/he owes us nothing.

Why live in fear of losing more than you already have from someone’s negligence. Stay financially afloat with the help of Lawsuit Financial. Visit us online or call our office to understand how lawsuit funding can help you and your case.