A Lawsuit Cash Advance Means Money NOW
When you are already in the middle of a long lawsuit, the last thing you want is to add to your debt. You are thinking that you need cash fast. You are vulnerable to pressures from insurance or legal heavyweights from the opposite side who may try to bully you into settling for much less than you deserve - just because they anticipate you may need cash now. Whatever you decide to do, you know one thing - you don't want things to get any more stressful than they already are.
When you find yourself in this situation, you can apply for a lawsuit cash advance. Lawsuit advance funding is not a loan. There are no credit checks, income or employment checks, or monthly payments that you are expected to pay to qualify. With a lawsuit advance, you get an advance against your estimated legal settlement within 24 business hours - with absolutely no risk to you.
"Who bears the risk, then?" you are probably wondering. We do. Legal Loans USA specializes in providing lawsuit cash advances to individuals just like you. Without a ready source of capital that lawsuit cash provides, you would otherwise be victimized by your own need for quick cash to pay incoming bills, compensate for lost work hours, feed your family, acquire medical care, and wait out the negotiation period that can make the difference between a fair payout and a fraction of what your injury entitles you to.
Lawsuit advances put you back in the driver's seat. If you win, we win, and you repay the amount of the cash advance with fees only when your settlement or award is paid. If you lose, we lose - and you are not required to pay back one cent of the advance.
NOTE: Legal Loans USA provides non-recourse funding to plaintiffs based on potential future settlements or awards. THIS TYPE OF SERVICE IS NOT A LOAN. With respect to loans, repayment is a requirement in every instance. Our legal funding service is different in that any money advanced to the plaintiff only requires repayment if the plaintiff receives a cash settlement award. If the case is lost, the plaintiff is not obligated to repay the funded amount. Therefore, the use of the terms "loan" or "loans" on this website are used to describe legal funding and are not accurate legal or financial definitions of the transaction.