You are a safe driver, right? Then, the unthinkable happens…
Thousands of people suffer from personal injuries each year; while you might think a serious injury could never happen to you or someone you love, it can. Far too often, auto accidents are caused speeding, driving under the influence, driving under fatigue, or multi-tasking (texting, talking on a cell phone, eating, etc.). Being injured can be financially devastating. Depending on the type and the severity of the injury, medical expenses may reach thousands of dollars or more, pain and suffering could last years, and some injuries may put a victim out of work, permanently. Rather than let financial difficulties prevent a plaintiff from waiting for the fairest result possible, pre-settlement lawsuit funding can help a victim manage his basic financial commitments – mortgage payments, auto payments, mortgage/rent, groceries, basic household needs – while waiting for case settlement.
With a lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs can get the cash they need now, without having to settle their case for peanuts. The goal of lawsuit funding is to help reduce the financial pressure a plaintiff might feel that would lead to settling a case too early, for too little. Here are a few advantages of pre-settlement funding:
•No application fee.
•No monthly payments.
•No credit checks •No employment verification.
•Funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, meaning nothing is paid until the case successfully settles. If the case is lost, repayment is excused.
•Funding can typically be provided within 24-48 hours after approval.
Are you worried about financial issues resulting from your accident and injuries? Are you facing eviction or foreclosure? Are you unable to put food on the table, pay medical expenses or other necessities of life? Are you seriously considering settling your valuable case for too little? If you answered yes to most or all of these questions, you pre-qualify for lawsuit funding. Call Lawsuit Financial to learn if pre-settlement funding can be the difference between settling your case for inadequate compensation or hanging in there and receiving the settlement you deserve.