If you are like most people who filed a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit, you are wondering about your financial stability. Usually the first question that comes to mind is – how will I pay your monthly bills? Although there are many options – borrowing from a bank or friend – they may not be best suited for your case or needs.
Mark Bello, CEO and founder of Lawsuit Financial, recognized that although plaintiffs might have different financial needs during the litigation process, they all share the same urgency for immediate cash. Over the last several years there has been a huge spike in legal financing. This is because more people are becoming aware that the option exists; it’s also because in this economy many Americans already struggle financially to make ends meet especially with the high unemployment rate.
When a plaintiff doesn’t have the financial ability to pay their bills while waiting for a settlement, they may only have two choices – settle too soon for too little, or apply for litigation funding. Lawsuit Financial puts every effort into providing lawsuit funding during the litigation process, pre and post trial, to ensure that focus is on the pending case and not on financial responsibilities. With Lawsuit Financial, there is a silver lining in the dark cloud. We will fund many types of litigation including malpractice, personal injury, product liability, wrongful death, auto accident, employment, slip and fall, dog bites, among others.
Lawsuit funding is not a loan because the money does not have to be paid back unless the case is won or settled. There are no upfront fees, no monthly payments and no credit check. Can’t work because of your injuries? No problem! Pre-settlement funding is based strictly on the strength of your case. Best of all, a lawsuit cash advance carries no risk because the plaintiff owes nothing if they lose the case. If approved, funding is available within 24–48 hours. Applying for lawsuit funding is an easy, no hassle, no risk way to pay your bills timely in the event that your lawsuit is not.