How Does Litigation Funding Corporation Help Plaintiffs in a Pending Lawsuit?

January 25, 2017 | Product Liability

If you have been injured due to the negligence of someone else, you deserve to be compensated. Unfortunately, many plaintiffs will struggle financially until a case settles because they are unable to work and the bills continue to mount. Defendants know it’s just a matter of time before the bills and expenses get overwhelming. When this happens, many plaintiffs will settle for far less than they deserve. They will rationalize that “something is better than nothing.” Accepting a less-than-favorable settlement will only result in further financial suffering.
There is an alternative solution that gives plaintiffs a chance to stay the course and see their case through to a final verdict or settlement!

If you are a plaintiff in a personal injury case, litigation funding can help you stand up for your rights and fight your case. A lawsuit cash advance is very different than a typical bank loan. There are no monthly payments, no credit checks, and no employment history necessary to obtain approval. The only requirements are attorney representation and a strong case.

The application process is quick and straightforward; it takes less than five minutes to complete a funding application. Once you apply, your attorney will provide documentation on your case so a funding decision can be made. After a case is approved, funds are typically available via direct deposit or overnight mail within 24 – 48 hours. Repayment of the cash advance is made at the time the lawsuit settles. If the case is lost, the lawsuit funding is forgiven. You owe Litigation Funding Corporation nothing!

To learn how litigation funding can help get you emergency cash during your pending personal injury lawsuit, apply online or call our office, toll-free, at 1-866-548-3863.

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