You have been seriously injured in an auto accident and can’t return to work. You have filed an auto accident lawsuit, but your attorney has stated that it could be months before a settlement is reached. How will you pay the bills and put food on the table? Pre-settlement lawsuit funding, often referred to as a “lawsuit loan,” can assist you in waiting for a fair and equitable settlement.
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Suffering injuries from an auto accident is enough of a hardship. When you are unable to return to work, it can also leave you struggling financially, especially if the case does not settle quickly. When you can no longer afford to wait due to financial complications, pre-settlement funding may help. Lawsuit funding is a cash advance against your lawsuit that requires no upfront fees, no monthly payments, no credit checks and no employment verification. To pre-qualify for funding, you only need attorney representation and a case with merit. The application process is quick and easy and can be done online or over the phone. Once the funding company receives your application, it will contact your attorney for case documentation. If your application is approved, funds can be deposited directly into your bank account or sent via overnight mail within 24-48 hours. Pre-settlement funding is a non-recourse cash advance, meaning the money is only repaid if you win your case. If you lose your case, the repayment is completely waived.
If you are in a personal injury lawsuit and it appears litigation will continue for an extended period of time, don’t become desperate and accept a settlement that is less than case value. Pre-settlement funding has helped thousands of plaintiffs overcome financial pressures and it may be able to help you, too.
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