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Lawsuit Funding Let’s Plaintiffs Stand Up For Their Rights, No Matter How Long It Takes

It is not uncommon after becoming the victim of an auto accident that you do not understand your legal rights or where to turn to for help. While an attorney may not always be needed when it comes to injury and medical damages it is recommended to consult one prior to speaking with the claims adjuster. A personal injury attorney can help determine your rights and a potential settlement value on your case. But, seeking fair compensation and justice can be a long process. The insurance company will often drag its feet hoping you will settle for less than full case value. When you experience financial duress due to mounting ordinary and extraordinary expenses and possibly loss of income, any offer is tempting. Injury victims should never be forced to accept a less-than-fair settlement because of pressing financial needs. When faced with foreclosure or credit risks, consider lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance against your pending claim. The goal of lawsuit funding is to get the plaintiff through the lengthy litigation without having pressing bills and expenses effect the value of their case. All that is necessary to qualify for funding is attorney representation and a case with merit. Lawsuit funding has many benefits:
• No long approval process!
• No upfront fees or hidden charges!
• No monthly payments!
• No need for a credit check!
• No employment requirements!
• It is 100% risk-free. If you don’t win, you owe nothing!
• Approval can be made in less than 48 hours!
• The money can be used for anything you wish, but typically goes towards medical expenses, mortgage/rent and daily household needs.

After reviewing the documents, if funding is approved, a contract will be prepared for signatures. Once the contract is executed, funds can be deposited directly into the plaintiff’s bank account or sent via overnight mail within 24- 48 hours. When finances are under control, it is much easier to focus on healing while your attorney fights your case. In the unlikely event you do not successfully win your case, you are under no obligation to repay the case advance.

Don’t be afraid to stand up to the insurance companies and stand up for your rights, no matter how long it takes. Protect your rights by filing a personal injury lawsuit. Then, if you need financial help to stay “in the game” in order to pursue your case for the maximum settlements you deserve, call Lawsuit Financial.