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The IRS Won’t Wait Until Your Pending Personal Injury Lawsuit Settles

The strains of a legal battle can be exhausting, both emotionally and physically. It can often take months, if not years, to reach a settlement, compounding financial pressures during this arduous time. Opting to settle out of court might save you time and trouble, but it could also mean getting a lesser settlement than you deserve. When financial struggles are the driving force in your decision to settle, lawsuit funding could be a better solution.

Consider this: You are on your way to work when a distracted driver sideswipes your car, sending you down an embankment. Your car is totally and you have suffered serious injuries, resulting in at least six months out of work. Before the accident, you were living paycheck to paycheck; you had little savings in the bank. Now, you not only face mounting medical expenses, but foreclosure. To make matters worse, its tax time. With nowhere to turn, you ask your attorney to settle your case at all cost.

Lawsuit Financial has a better option – lawsuit funding!

Most commonly used to help pay medical bills, mortgage payments, utilities, and daily household needs, during this time of year, a lawsuit cash advance can also help pay taxes. Qualifying is easy; there are no credit checks or income verification. The money can be used anyway you see fit without the worries of monthly payments. Lawsuit Financial is only repaid once the case settles. Best of all, there is no obligation to repay the cash advance if your case is lost.

Obtaining lawsuit funding begins by completing a one-page application. Next, one of our experienced representatives will contact you and your attorney for case documents to determine case strength and a funding decision. If approved, you can receive the cash advance within 24 – 48 hours, via overnight mail or direct deposit.

If you are the victim of an auto accident and experiencing financial problems while waiting for your lawsuit to settle, don’t allow defendants to use 3D tactics – deny, delay, and defend – as a means of discouraging you from pursuing compensation. Lawsuit Financial is here to help relieve your financial burden, whatever it is, even taxes. Click here to complete our online application or call our office at 877-377-7848 to get started.