“The holidays have been extra hard for me right now. My husband was injured in an auto accident and needs around-the-clock care so I had to quit my job. With no money coming in, I was not only struggling to pay the bills, but also finding a little extra to buy my two children a little something for Christmas. The bank would not lend me money without a job, but then I heard about Lawsuit Financial. Within two days, the company was able to give me a $2,500 cash advance against my lawsuit. My bills are current, and there is a little something on the tree for the kids. I could not have done this without the help of Lawsuit Financial. If you are in a similar situation this holiday season, I highly recommend giving them a call. I hope they can help cheer up your holidays, too.”
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The concept of lawsuit funding
was created to provide relief to pending litigants, who through no fault of their own, need financial assistance but do not qualify for a traditional loan. Lawsuit funding is meant to help prevent plaintiffs from settling a case too early, for too little, just to pay the bills. Lawsuit funding is not a “lawsuit loan,” but a non-recourse cash advance; there is no payback until the plaintiff wins the case. The availability and cost of funding is based upon case strength and strategic timing.
If you are not in the financial position to wait years before compensation is paid and are worried how to survive this holiday season, lawsuit funding could be a viable option. It can make a difference in your financial staying power. Don’t let the holidays add more stress to your already difficult times.
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