Construction is known as one of the riskiest areas to work.
Getting injured in a construction accident can turn your life upside down.
If severe injuries are keeping you from working, you may be considering a lawsuit.
Construction accident legal funding can help you financially while working on getting a fair personal injury settlement, especially since personal injury cases can take a couple of years to settle.
Who Qualifies for Construction Accident Legal Funding?
Construction accident settlement loans (another name for legal funding, pre-settlement funding, or workers’ compensation settlement loans) are available to plaintiffs in lawsuits.
As long as you stand to receive compensation at the end of your case, you likely qualify.
That’s because repayment comes directly from your compensation package (like a cash advance on your eventual settlement or jury award).
Legal funding offers several benefits, including the ability to cover daily expenses, such as:
- Rent or mortgage payments,
- Tuition and student loans,
- Childcare expenses,
- Automotive costs,
- Utility bills, and
Life doesn’t wait for your lawsuit to settle. If your accident, injuries, and lawsuit qualify for an Ally Loan, we can provide you with funding for daily life while you wait for a verdict.
What Types of Construction Accidents Qualify for Legal Funding?
Nearly 6.5 million people work at approximately 252,000 construction sites across the nation.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) calls the most common causes of construction job site deaths the “focus four.”
These types of accidents accounted for 64.3 % of construction worker deaths in 2019:
- Being struck by an object,
- Electrocution, and
- Being caught in or between objects.
Because of the dangerous conditions in which construction personnel work, construction accidents tend to result in catastrophic injuries.
Ally Lawsuit Loans provides funding if you or your loved one sustained:
- Traumatic brain damage (TBI),
- Spinal cord damage,
- Crush injuries to hands and fingers,
- Severe lacerations,
- Blunt trauma,
- Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome (RSD), and
- Wrongful death of a family member.
Many injuries require rehabilitation and can keep you out of work for weeks and even months.
During that recovery time, your family may suffer from financial stress while you are unable to return to work.
If a third party’s negligence caused an accident, you can pursue personal injury litigation for compensation.
Third-party liability claims we might fund include lawsuits against:
- A manufacturing corporation for faulty safety equipment or malfunctioning heavy machinery,
- The contractor that installed unstable scaffolding at your worksite,
- The manufacturer who exposed you to volatile or toxic chemicals at your job,
- A reckless, distracted, or drunk driver who ran into your road construction crew,
- A property owner who failed to disclose a hidden hazard about which they should have known, and
- Your employer exercised gross negligence that overcomes workers’ compensation lawsuit immunity in some states.
If your specific type of case is not listed above, you may still be eligible for construction accident legal funding.
Please call our lawsuit financing specialists immediately for more information about your claim.
Construction Accident Legal Funding Can Help You Financially While Your Lawsuit Remains Pending.
No credit check. Fast approval. Lowest rate.
Is There Interest on Lawsuit Loans for Construction Accident Claims?
Our company offers affordable lawsuit loans with interest rates based solely on the likelihood that you will win your case.
Your interest rate will not be affected by your personal credit history. We do not need to verify your income or employment history.
Additionally, you can use our lawsuit loan calculator to get an idea of the interest payment.
Get the Cash You Need Fast
You may be able to qualify for legal funding in less than 24 hours.
We have the lowest rate guarantee in the industry, and you pay nothing back if you lose your case. If you are considering applying for pre-settlement funding, we are here to help.
To learn more about what our lawsuit legal funding specialists can do for you, please call us at (844) 545-6246 or apply now.