Avoid Post-Holiday Financial Blues With Plaintiff Funding

It happens to just about everyone–spend too much during the holidays for gifts, food, travel and other out-of-the-ordinary expenses–and one can find themselves facing mounting bills in January. For clients who cannot work because of an accident or injury, paying those holiday bills can be even more difficult. Keep Collection Agencies Away. If your clients find themselves unable to pay […]

Leveling the Playing Field in Lengthy Litigation

Going up against a large insurance company, government entity or corporation in a serious personal injury case is no easy task. While your injured client and their family members try to cope with a painful new reality, defense counsel strategy often includes intentionally dragging out proceedings with the hopes the financially strapped plaintiff will accept a low-ball settlement offer that […]

Pre-Settlement Funding Helps Reduce Your Clients’ Financial-Related Stress

When someone is injured and litigation ensues, it often starts a long and complicated process that can take months or even years to resolve. The necessary legal maneuverings can overwhelm plaintiffs whose main goal is return to their normal lives. Mounting bills and depleted bank accounts could contribute to additional stress. Fortunately, one monetary option often available to plaintiffs is […]

Notaries, Paperwork and other Hassles of Plaintiff Funding

When clients are in a desperate need of funds while waiting for their case to settle, time is of the essence. Needless steps, errands, logistics and paperwork should not delay funding, yet that is exactly what certain legal funding companies expect. Notarized Signatures Slow Down and Complicate The Process. Some settlement funding companies demand that all client signatures be notarized […]

Settlement Funding—A Financial Solution to Settlement Delays

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 6 million car accidents take place annually in the U.S. resulting in 3 million injuries. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported there were approximately 2.9 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses in private businesses in 2015—with over half involving missed days from work. The fact is millions of people are injured in […]