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are lawsuit loans worth it

If you’re in the midst of personal injury litigation, you might be worried about how to cover living expenses, medical bills, and other expenses before your case is resolved. If you’re represented by an attorney, the law firm is likely advancing legal fees and costs to keep your case progressing toward trial. Unfortunately, that doesn’t help you cover monthly...

slip and fall lawsuit loans

Accidents happen all the time and some may result in serious injury. Slip and falls are no exception and can lead to significant medical bills. Therefore, as you pursue a slip and fall lawsuit, you will still need to pay the medical bills along the way. That's why it's important to consider a slip and fall lawsuit loan so...

Unpaid Overtime Settlements

It is incredibly common for employees and their employers to have disagreements or tension in the workplace. The most extreme forms of workplace conflict include discrimination, intentional harassment, and wrongful termination. However, one of the most frustrating ways an employer retaliates against an employee is by not paying them. Fortunately, the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 protects workers...

selling structured loan

In the simplest terms, a structured settlement is a series of periodic payments paid out by the defendant or its insurance company in order to resolve a legal claim. In some circumstances, a plaintiff may prefer a structured settlement over a lump sum settlement. However, for a number of different reasons, a structured settlement may prove to be inadequate...

will ally work with my lawyer

Being a part of a lawsuit is one of the most stressful things in a person’s life. It just piles on having to deal with all the other life stressors. With an estimated 100 million lawsuits filed annually, a lot of people are likely expecting a financial return on their complaints. Receiving financial compensation in a lawsuit probably makes...

types of lawsuit funding

Every person deserves their day in court. Unfortunately, not everyone can afford to litigate their legal issues. Lawsuits can take a long time and use up your financial resources quickly. But you don’t have to let financial pressure prevent you from holding others legally accountable for their wrong actions.  A lawsuit loan can help you meet your financial obligations...

catastrophic injury lawsuit loan

If you sustained severe injuries in an accident caused by another party’s negligence, you are likely very concerned about how you will cover your bills and expenses that have probably started piling up. A catastrophic injury lawsuit can take more than a year or two to resolve, so you could be waiting a considerable amount of time for any...

why do Personal Injury Lawsuits take long

Filing a personal injury claim requires a lot of patience. Some people mistakenly assume that once they file their claim with the at-fault party’s insurance, the claims adjuster will resolve it quickly and send them a personal injury settlement check. Unfortunately, there is no standard timeline that personal injury claims follow. If your case goes to litigation, it could...

Can I get my settlement money early

Pursuing a personal injury claim can be time-consuming. You may be waiting to reach an agreement via settlement negotiations. Or your case may be going to trial. If you have a pending case in litigation, it could take a year or more before it resolves and you see any financial compensation. Understandably, many injured victims want to know if...

lien affects on lawsuit settlements

When you file a personal injury lawsuit, there's an expectation that you will eventually settle for financial compensation. That compensation can help reimburse you for various expenses and financial losses known as damages. However, you aren't necessarily guaranteed to receive 100% of that settlement. That's because there may be a hold on a portion of any money, known as...