Happy Holidays to All

We wish you the happiest of holiday seasons and a successful New Year. Thank you to all who have entrusted Rockpoint Legal Funding to provide plaintiff and medical funding for your cases. Your support is truly appreciated. As we head into a New Year, please keep us in mind when clients require immediate funds after an injury or funding for […]

Rockpoint Legal Funding Meets High Demand For Plaintiff Funding During the Holidays

The holidays are a classic time for families and friends to come together to celebrate, create memories and relax. For personal injury clients, the holidays can be a difficult time. While waiting for settlement proceeds and unable to work because of their injuries, money can be tight. They may not be able to afford presents for their loved ones, host […]

Pre-Settlement Funding – Risk-Free Option For Injured Plaintiffs Who Need Quick Cash

A young man is injured when a wrong-way driver sideswipes his car. Unable to work because of his injuries, he quickly depletes his cash while waiting for his case to settle. Now what? Injured plaintiffs have a number of options to obtain funds to pay for living expenses while their case runs its course. — Use savings to pay for […]

The Importance of Reputation in a Funding Company

In business, performance and reputation are everything. This is particularly true in when it comes to pre-settlement funding. No attorney wants to worry that the funding company it entrusts to help an injured client will not deliver a high level of service. Attorneys rely on funding companies to provide clients fast access to funds to pay immediate and ongoing expenses. […]

Make Sure Clients Understand the Difference Between Pre-Settlement Funding and Loans

Personal injury clients often receive solicitations from companies offering “lawsuit loans” or “litigation financing.” In fact, “loans” and “financing” are incorrect terms for most funding associated with personal injury cases. This can lead to confusion by clients as to what kind of funding they are actually receiving. Why does terminology matter? Most people know what it takes to apply for […]