Following an accident, a lawsuit may be the only means by which victims can be compensated for their loss. However, many plaintiffs involved in a personal injury lawsuit are often struggling financially. Additionally, many face challenges – bad credit, limited income, unemployment, lack of collateral – that preclude them from obtaining financial assistance from a bank or other financial institution. Lawsuit Financial was created specifically with those challenges in mind.
Many defendants and insurance companies will deny and delay claims hoping a plaintiff will become financially desperate and settle for less than full case value. While initially, getting cash to pay outstanding bills may seem like a good idea, plaintiffs need to fully evaluating the total cost and expenses related to the case. These expense may include ongoing medical expenses or long-term loss of income.
Through a lawsuit cash advance, Lawsuit Financial helps plaintiffs focus on recovering and seeking fair compensation rather than on how they will pay bills, buy groceries, or avoid foreclosure/eviction. Lawsuit funding is often times the only means “buy time” and level the playing field until justice is served. It puts plaintiffs back in control of their finances by giving them an advance on the future proceeds of the case.
At Lawsuit Financial, our focus is to obtain a lawsuit cash advance for each client as quick as possible. Our application and approval process is fast and easy with no credit checks, no employment verification, no monthly payments and no up-front fees or out-of-pocket expenses. We can provide funding, often in as little as 48 hours. Our lawsuit cash advances are provided 100% risk-free; Lawsuit Financial accepts all the risk. If the plaintiff loses the case, the cash advance is completely waived; the plaintiff owes nothing!
If you are the victim of a personal injury lawsuit have financial obligations that won’t wait, don’t let desperation set in. Rather than settling for less than you deserve, call Lawsuit Financial. We may be able to provide the money you need, when you need it most.