Litigation Funding Corp. Lends a Helping Hand

October 28, 2014 | Product Liability

Pre-settlement lawsuit funding is often times essential for plaintiffs who have suffered injuries making it difficult or impossible to work. Before legal finance companies existed, many plaintiffs were forced to accept settlements lower than they deserved. With a lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs have the opportunity to stay financially stable while fighting for justice and fair compensation.

Being involved in a lawsuit can be extremely stressful with mounting medical bills and other expenses, in addition to ongoing financial commitments. Litigation Funding Corp. understands that life does not stop when you have a pending lawsuit. We are here to help eliminate the financial stress with a non-recourse cash advance.

Our company is one of the most experienced in the legal finance industry, and our application process is among the quickest and easiest. There is no credit check or employment verification, and no application fee. Once you apply we work directly with your attorney to quickly assess the strength of the case. If your case qualifies for funding, we will prepare a contract to be signed by you and your attorney. After we received the signed contract, delivery of the lawsuit cash advance can be wire transferred or sent by overnight delivery. All this could be accomplished within 24 – 48 hours.

As your case progresses, you may find the need for additional funding. If so, you can make submit an additional request. Best of all, our legal funding only requires repayment if you receive a favorable cash settlement award. If your case is lost, the repayment is waived.

If you have filed a lawsuit and are represented by an attorney, you are eligible for pre-settlement funding. Take the first step in getting obtaining a lawsuit cash advance by completing our online application or calling our office, toll-free at 1-866-548-3863.

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