SETTLEMENT ADVANCES

24 hours a day & 7 days a week

Immediate Cash $500 – $250,000

Same Day!

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SETTLEMENT ADVANCES

24 hours a day & 7 days a week

Immediate Cash $500 – $250,000

Same Day!

APPLY NOW!

Or Call 1 (866) 800-3500

States not covered:

Arkansas Colorado Illinois Kansas Kentucky Maine Maryland Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire North Carolina Rhode Island South Carolina Tennessee Vermont West Virginia

SETTLEMENT ADVANCES

Waiting for a court case to reach a settlement and waiting for the money you’ve won to arrive can take weeks, months or even years. The waiting period can feel especially long if you have bills and other expenses that need to be paid.

Also you may no longer have an income that can pay your expenses if you are required to attend court often or you’ve been injured and unable to work. An available option that one can consider is getting a settlement advance.

Are Settlement Advances Worth it?

Settlement advances can provide you with the funds you need to cover your expenses until you eventually receive your settlement. They are worth it if you need time to continue fighting your case to obtain top settlement or can’t afford to live without the advance.

How Does the Settlement ADVANCE Process Work?

The way settlement advances work is quite simple. Unlike standard advances where you have to provide physical collateral to guarantee a lender that the loan will be repaid, settlement advances use the estimation of your legal settlement as the only necessary collateral. This means the lender doesn’t have to determine the value of your collateral before they can process your loan since the value of your settlement is typically obvious up front.

As an additional benefit, most lenders who offer settlement loans will state in advance that they will only collect repayment if you win your case. If your case is lost and you don’t receive your settlement, you won’t be required to repay the settlement loan.

Settlement loans and lawsuit loans are the same thing. Technically, they are not loans – because they don’t require repayment unless you settle your case. They are technically called Pre-Settlement Funding.

What are the benefits of a settlement Advance?

In addition to helping you to cover the day-to-day expenses that can accrue when waiting for your settlement to be finalized and paid, settlement advances can also be very useful if you are receiving your money in a number of smaller, structured settlement payments. Rather than receiving your money in incremental payments, you can receive it all at once in advance with a settlement advance. When your structured settlement payments begin to be dispersed, they can then be used to repay the loan.

If you’re looking for settlement advances to help you cover medical costs, bills, and any other expenses you may have, shop around to find the most reasonable interest rates and best lender for you. Your attorney will also likely be able to recommend specific, reputable lenders that past clients in situations similar to yours have been happy with.

Our Simple Process

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

APPLY

Call us at 1-866-800-3500 and we will answer all your questions regarding pre-settlement funding. Or, you can fill out our very short questionnaire on our website and we will contact you regarding the details of your case.

Approval

After we speak to you we will send your attorney a simple application for them to complete and fax back to us. Once we receive the application back from your attorney our team will make a decision the same day on how much we can advance on your claim

Receive Funding

After we agree on an amount to advance we will fax your attorney the funding agreement which needs to be signed by both you and your attorney and faxed back to us. You will then have your money the next day!

Types Of Cases We Fund

Auto Accidents

Pedestrian injury

Slip and Fall cases

On the Job Injuries

DOG BITES

Premises Liability

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