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Litigation Funding Keeps Plaintiffs “In the Game” Until Justice is Served

In recent years, more and more plaintiffs are discovering litigation funding – a means to level the playing field with insurance companies and fight for compensation deserved.

Just because you are seriously injured due to the negligence of someone else, doesn’t mean the bills stop coming in.In fact, victims usually face a host of additional expenses – car repairs/replacement and medical expenses. If injuries leave the victim unable to work, the financial picture may be devastating.

Insurance companies who you thought would be “on your side” when tragedy strikes will usually deny, delay, and defend claims in their own best interest. Knowing a financial desperate plaintiff will strongly consider any settlement, the insurance company will seize the opportunity to offer much less than case value. Stop! This is not in your best interest.

If you need fast cash to pay the bills and have no means to tap into an emergency fund such as a savings account or investments, consult a legal funding expert to determine if litigation funding is right for you. Litigation funding is a financial lifeline to keep your case strong and your bills paid until a final settlement is reached. It is a cash advance based on the details of your case, not your employment standing or credit rating. Best of all, repayment is only made once you win your case.

Our application process is free and takes less than five minutes. Once we receive your application, we will work with your attorney to obtain the documentation necessary for the review and approval process. There are no monthly payments putting you further in debt, and no repayment if you lose the case.

To learn how litigation funding can help get you the emergency cash you need, call one of our funding experts or complete our online contact form. We would be happy to review your case and see if we can help you avoid draining your financial resources to the point of accepting a low settlement.

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