We receive thousands of emails or phone calls from seriously injured victims of auto accidents who are worried about financial stability during the litigation process. Plaintiffs will usually express these concerns with their attorney and request a quick settlement. This is not in the plaintiff’s best interest because the defense will naturally offer a less than fair settlement. The attorney may mention litigation funding, but many people are unfamiliar with the term.
“I was in an auto accident when another driver ran a red light. Spinal cord injuries left me a paraplegic. I lost sensation and movement in both legs and suffer daily from severe pain. My attorney said my case would take up to a year to settle, but I didn’t have that kind of time. As the sole provider for a family of four, I was worried about the ongoing medical bills and how I would keep our home and put food on the table. Rather than settling for less than full case value, my attorney suggested I obtain a “lawsuit loan.” I was skeptical because I could not afford to make loan payments. I contacted Litigation Funding Corp. and learned that I would not be getting a loan, but rather a cash advance against my lawsuit. There was no need for a credit check and it didn’t matter that I was unable to work. Once I applied for funding, the process went quickly. I was able to pay my bills immediately and wait the ten months until my case settled for much more than the insurance company’s initial offer.”
Financial stress is not uncommon for plaintiffs in an auto accident lawsuit. In order to meet financial obligations, plaintiffs will often settle their case prematurely. Litigation Funding Corp. has helped many auto accident victims level the playing field and maximize the value of their case settlement. Litigation funding is not a loan that needs to be paid back in monthly installments. In fact, there are no fees or payments until you successfully settle. We don’t get paid until you get paid; if you lose your case, we completely waive repayment.
If you are being represented by an attorney, have filed a lawsuit, and awaiting trial or settlement of your case, you can apply for a litigation funding. If your case is approved, funds can be wired into your account in less than 48 hours.
Learn how litigation funding can help your case. Simple complete our online application or calling our office toll-free at 1-866-548-3863 for a free, no obligation consultation.