Thousands of innocent victims are injured or die due to the negligence of someone else. These unfortunate events can result from an auto accident, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, slip and fall, or product liability. Usually the more serious the injury, the harder it will be for a plaintiff to withstand the litigation process, especially one who is out of work or requires around-the-clock care, or one who has lost a sole bread-winner.
Years ago, cases were more-often-than-not settled early and for too little, simply because plaintiffs ran out of money to sustain quality of life during a pending lawsuit. While defendants are financed by insurance companies, there was little support for the plaintiff. Today, before a plaintiff concedes to an unjust settlement, he/she should consider lawsuit funding.
Lawsuit funding is a lifeline, provided to help financially strapped plaintiffs pay medical expenses, funeral expenses, mortgage, and other important bills or expenses. By securing a lawsuit cash advance, a plaintiff’s desperation for cash now is relieved and his/her experienced personal injury attorney has the time necessary to obtain full and fair compensation. The best part is that a lawsuit cash advance is risk-free; it is contingent upon the outcome of the case and only repaid if the case is successful. That means if the plaintiff loses his/her case, he/she does not have to pay the money back.
The only requirements when seeking lawsuit funding is to have an ongoing case and attorney representation. There are no credit checks, no employment verifications, and no monthly payments. Once approved, funds can be available within 24 -48 hours.
Don’t let the wealthy defendants – big business and insurance companies – force you to settle for less than your case is worth when Lawsuit Financial can help you level the playing field. If you are struggling financially, if the bills are piling up and you have nowhere to turn to avoid debt, give us a call or complete our online application. We would be happy to provide a free, no-obligation analysis of your case funding situation.