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When the Financial Challenges of Life Preclude Waiting For An Equitable Settlement

When you filed your personal injury lawsuit, you never expected it to drag out for months; after all, the case appeared to be “clear-cut.” But, the insurance company has been dragging its feet in the interest of protecting their bottom line while you are suffering significant financial hardship. In addition to the medical bills and other expenses associated with your injuries, you have car payments, monthly mortgage bills, groceries, and other household expenses. The financial pressures have left you feeling like your only option is to accept an early settlement that is less than you deserve.

Litigation funding, a cash advance based on the predicted outcome of your case, may be the answer to bridge the gap between your financial needs and a fair settlement. The money is provided in return for a promise to repay after the lawsuit settles or the jury rules in your favor. There is no risk to you because this lawsuit cash advance is provided on a non-recourse basis meaning that the funding company accepts all the risk; if your case is unsuccessful, you owe nothing.

Don’t be put in a vulnerable position to accept a low settlement offer because of financial pressures. Litigation funding ensures that you can fight for restitution for as long as it takes to win. Lawsuit Financial offers a quick approval process and funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours, making our lawsuit funding services one of the fastest nationwide. There are no up-front costs or monthly payments, and no credit checks or employment verification.

Lawsuit Financial provides funding for cases such as medical malpractices, personal injuries, wrongful death, slip and falls, and product liabilities, to name a few. Any litigant represented by an experience attorney can apply for our legal funding services, so if you are finding it too difficult to pay the bills, contact Lawsuit Financial and let us help ease your financial burden. You may also visit us online to complete a simple, one-page application.