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Lawsuit Funding Supports Defective Product Lawsuits

When we purchase a product on the store shelf, we assume the product is safe and free of all defects. Although, product manufacturers have a responsibility to warn consumers of the potential dangers associated with their products recalling a defective product is often spurred by a serious injury or death. When this occurs, the lives of victims are changed physically, emotionally, and financially. Bringing a lawsuit against the manufacturer of the defective product may be the only means to hold the company accountable for their negligence, receive fair compensation for losses incurred, and help prevent future dangers to consumers. Unfortunately, due to the nature of our legal system, a financially-strapped plaintiff may not be able to wait for a fair settlement. This is where lawsuit funding can help level the playing field so the innocent victim can fight for justice.

If you have been injured or lost a loved one due to a dangerous or defective product, it is imperative that you immediately consult an experienced attorney. Once you have filed a claim, if you are struggling financially, contact a legal funding company about the advantages of lawsuit funding to assist with your monthly bills, medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, or simply putting food on the table or gas in the car while you wait on a case settlement.

Our funding is based strictly on the strength of your lawsuit. We offer a no-obligation consultation to determine what funding will fit your financial needs. Once funding is approved, we can provide the money you need within 24 – 48 hours. Lawsuit funding is risk-free because there is no obligation to pay back the cash advance if you lose your case. Additionally, the application process is quick and easy because there is no need for credit checks or employment verification. Don’t let bills pile up and ruin your credit. Don’t risk foreclosure or bankruptcy. Call our office or visit us online to receive the cash advance you need today.