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Lawsuit Funding May Be Your Rescue from Debt While Holding Wrongdoers Accountable

You’ve consulted an attorney and filed a personal injury lawsuit. But, how do you survive financially until a settlement is reached, especially if you’ve sustained an injury that takes you away from your job and your source of revenue? A bank will require collateral, such as a home and monthly payments and a bank loan must be repaid, no exceptions. An alternate, risk-free solution is lawsuit funding.

Unlike what you might hear on the radio or have seen on television, compensation awards are not instantly obtainable. More often than not, a settlement takes years to be reached. Lawsuit funding can mean the difference between a plaintiff pursuing a worthwhile case, and backing off due to financial needs. That is one reason Lawsuit Financial was created over 15 years ago.

As a leader in the legal funding, Lawsuit Financial works tirelessly to provide sensible lawsuit cash advances for plaintiffs struggling financially during a pending lawsuit. After receiving a funding request, we will contact your attorney for appropriate case documentation. If you have not already hired an attorney, we can assist you in locating one in your area. Once we have received the necessary documentation from your attorney, we will review the strength of your case. We can generally provide a funding decision within 24 to 48 hours. If approved, we will prepare a funding contract to be signed by you and your attorney. Once the contract is signed, the lawsuit cash advance can be sent overnight or wired directly into your account for immediate use. There are no monthly payments and your collateral is the compensation award at settlement. Best of all, if you lose the case, you are not required to repay the cash advance.

Sound simple? That’s because it is. To get started, call one of our funding representatives or simply complete our online application. Lawsuit funding could be the difference between pursuing justice through a meritorious case or just walking away, allowing the parties who may have caused your injury to avoid being held responsible for their negligence.