Receive Post-Settlement Litigation Funding to Pay Your Bills While Waiting for the Settlement to Arrive

February 6, 2017 | Product Liability

For many who have waited months — or even years — for their personal injury case to settle, the prospect of waiting even longer to receive a settlement check can not only be emotionally frustrating, but financially damaging.

Insurance companies lack sympathy when it comes to cutting a settlement check. In the meantime, bills will continue to pile up and financial stresses will not go away. There may be other implications as well, such as the risk to one’s credit rating, foreclosure, or car repossession. In times like this, Litigation Funding Corporation can provide a lawsuit cash advance to meet a plaintiff’s financial obligations.

Litigation Funding helps plaintiffs not only during the litigation process, but also when waiting for a settlement check to arrive, or in cases where an appeal is pending. A lawsuit cash advance is not a loan; there are no upfront or out-of-pocket expenses associated with applying for an advance and repayment is contingent upon receiving a settlement. If the case is lost, the repayment is completely waived.

Don’t take a chance with your finances, especially after winning your case. If you are a plaintiff who has reached a settlement that has not paid out, but are struggling with your ongoing medical bills and living expenses, contact us to apply for post settlement litigation funding. With over 18 years’ experience in the legal finance industry, we have provided non-recourse cash advances before, and after a settlement or verdict has been determined. We offer a quick and easy application and approval process. Once Litigation Funding has all the necessary information, you could receive your cash advance within 24 – 48 hours. The money can be used immediately for whatever purposes you need.

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