You were seriously injured in an auto accident, a fall at the store or at a construction site, or maybe the victim of a medical mistake. You thought your insurance company would cover all your needs — but unfortunately, that wasn’t the case. You hired an attorney and he/she filed your lawsuit. Obtaining a fair lawsuit settlement is taking time, but it is also negatively impacting your financial situation especially because injuries have left you unable to return to work. Now that savings have dwindled and the bank has turned you down for a loan, what can you do to avoid foreclosure and car repossession? What can you do to put food on the table? Consider litigation funding!
Although often times referred to as a “lawsuit loan”, litigation funding is not a loan but rather a pre-settlement cash advance against a pending suit. Its purpose is to help plaintiffs with unexpected expenses as a result of a personal injury, as well as cover monthly household expenses. Unlike bank loans, litigation funding requires no application fee, no monthly payments, no credit check, and no employment verification. Best of all, funding is provided on a non-recourse basis meaning that should the plaintiff lose his/her case, the cash advance is waived in its entirety; repayment is null and void if the plaintiff loses.
If you are currently in the process of an injury claim or lawsuit and financial strapped to the point of accepting a low settlement, stop! Complete our online application or call our office for a free, no-obligation consultation to determine if litigation funding is appropriate for you and your case.
Once an application is received, we will work closely with your attorney to obtain required case documents so we can properly review the facts and determine funding eligibility. If approved, a contract is prepared and the funds are wired directly into your bank account or sent via overnight mail within 24 – 48 hours.
Litigation Funding Corporation is one of the most experienced legal finance providers in the marketplace today, with a reputation for quality service and helping plaintiffs when they need it most.