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Don’t be Financially Tempted by an Early Settlement Offer

Once you file an auto accident lawsuit, its time to consider your finances and how lawsuit funding can help you pay your bills and maximize the value of your case.

Have you ever heard of lawsuit funding? If not, you are not alone; I hadn’t either until I was in an automobile accident because of a distracted driver who slammed into my car. I suffered a broken leg, fractured pelvis, and whiplash. I filed a lawsuit, and assumed it would be a quick and easy process to get a settlement I deserved. Unfortunately, the insurance company kept dragging its feet. The physical and emotional pain was bad enough; the financial strain was too much to bear. At the suggestion of my lawyer, I applied for lawsuit funding and within two days, I was able to pay all my outstanding bills. There are not enough words to express my gratitude to Lawsuit Financial. If you need financial help during a lawsuit, I highly recommend Lawsuit Financial. ~ C.J. – Michigan
Suffering serious injuries in an auto accident is stressful enough without worrying about how you will pay the bills. It can destroy a family financially because the person injured is usually unable to work and the medical bills are usually quite high. While an early settlement is enticing, it may not cover all your expenses. When income has been reduced or eliminated, you have exhausted all other means for financial support, and the litigation process is dragging on, consider lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding (sometimes referred to as a “lawsuit loan“) is a non-recourse cash advance (not a loan) against a pending settlement. With a lawsuit cash advance, you can obtain the cash you need now to hold out for the fair and just compensation you deserve. Once we receive a request for funding application and case documentation, funding approvals can be determined within 24 – 48 hours. Your past financial status does not affect your ability to obtain a cash advance. It doesn’t matter if you have bad credit or are unemployed. Because lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, plaintiffs will only repay the advance once the case successfully settles. If our client loses, the repayment is waived in its entirety including the advance.

There’s one thing you shouldn’t worry about when it comes to a lawsuit, and that’s if you can afford to wait for the compensation you deserve. Call us today to determine if your case is eligible for lawsuit funding.