“I was in an auto accident last year. Due to my injuries, I was unable to return to work. My medical bills alone were a major financial setback. I quickly went through all my savings and was struggling to put food on the table and a roof over my family’s head. I was ready to accept an offer from the insurance company when someone suggested I get a “lawsuit loan.” I didn’t know what it was, but I knew if it was like a bank loan, I would not qualify because I was out of work and my wife had a part-time job. Even if I got approved, I could not afford monthly payments. After talking to my attorney, I learned that this type of financial assistance is not a loan, but a lawsuit cash advance. Once I applied, I was paying my bills within 24 hours. I highly recommend lawsuit funding to anyone in a pending lawsuit that lacks a stream of income to stay financially afloat.” - Michael Collins
With pre-settlement lawsuit funding, plaintiffs obtain a cash advance against their future settlement then repay the advance once the case successfully settles. There are no upfront fees or monthly payments and credits checks and employment history are not required. Best of all, a lawsuit cash advance is provided on a non-recourse basis, meaning that if the plaintiff loses the case, there is no repayment, not even the cash advance.
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When you can’t financially afford to wait for justice in your personal injury lawsuit, consider pre-settlement lawsuit funding.
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