Pre Settlement Funding
Need Cash Before Your Case Settles?
If you have been injured in an accident, you are likely aware that it may take some time before you see any or all of the settlement money you are entitled to.
And you probably find that fact very frustrating!
Most litigated cases can take two to four years before a settlement can be reached. Cases that settle faster typically arise when cash-starved plaintiffs agree to settle for a fraction of what they are rightfully entitled to because they just can 't wait any longer. This is when pre settlement lawsuit funding can make the difference between a full and fair settlement award and a lower unfair amount offered by the insurance company.
As you go through the litigation process, you will likely encounter many expenses along the way. There may be costs for immediate medical care that you have to pay for because you just can 't wait. You may notice how your bills continue to mount, whether or not there is any employment income to meet them. Your family still needs to eat, stay warm, and survive, and you would do anything to take care of them... but you are injured. And even if you do win, there is no guarantee that you will receive your settlement award right away. It can take from 30 to 90 days before the settlement check is in your hands.
A pre settlement cash advance stands in between you and the likelihood of accepting a smaller, earlier settlement just to get quick cash now. Pre settlement funding gives you quick cash now... so that you can win big cash later. Your pre settlement financing puts you back in the driver 's seat so contact us today to get started!
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.