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Lawsuit Financial Removes Financial Pressures during Pending Claims

After being a victim of an automobile accident, a plaintiff may be left with serious or debilitating injuries an unable to return to work. This will often lead to a financial strain on the victim and mounting unpaid bills such as medical expenses, mortgage payments, and utility bills. Some plaintiffs have difficulty even putting food on the table. Often times, insurance companies use deny, delay, and defend tactics to wear down an injured plaintiff in order to settle a case for far less than case value. What can plaintiff do when all financial resources have been exhausted? Call the lawsuit funding experts at Lawsuit Financial!

So what is lawsuit funding? Despite many people calling it a “lawsuit loan,” lawsuit funding is not a loan. In simple terms, it is a cash advance against an expected settlement used to help pay basic living expenses until a settlement is reached. Cash advances are provided on a non-recourse basis meaning that if an advance is made, but nothing is recovered, the plaintiff is not required to re-pay the advance. Additionally, there are no credit checks or employment verification.

Now that you can see why lawsuit funding is not a loan, if you have filed a personal injury lawsuit and need money to pay the bills, give us a call or complete our online funding application. If you need an attorney to be considered for lawsuit funding, we can help with that too. We will contact your attorney and then review your case. If approved, you can have cash in hand within 24 – 48 hours. It really is that easy! Again, you owe absolutely nothing until your case is successfully settled. And, if you lose your case, repayment of the cash advance is completely waived; on obligations and no questions.

If you are currently involved in a personal injury lawsuit and are in need of financial help, you do not have to settle for less or wait years for your settlement. Call Lawsuit Financial and let us take the financial worries out of your pending case.