Fire Lawsuit Loans

Fire Lawsuit Loans

There are few things scarier than being trapped in a fire. Whether it happens at work or at home, a fire can cause serious injuries as well as property damage. If you are injured in a fire caused by another, you may be in the process of a lawsuit to begin rebuilding your life. You may also be wondering how you will be able to make ends meet when the medical bills are piling up and you are still waiting on an injury settlement. If this is the case, you may qualify for a fire lawsuit loan. 

Fire Statistics

More than 25% of fires occur in homes or rental properties. Sadly, nearly 80% of fire deaths and three-quarters of fire injuries are caused by these fires. In addition, structure fires not related to wildfires cause over $10 billion in property damage every year. Whether it’s your house or other personal belongings, the losses that fires cause can be catastrophic.

What Is a Fire Lawsuit Loan?

Burn recovery can be painful and expensive. You will likely quickly accrue medical costs, which will continue for weeks or even months. Paying the bills may get difficult if you are unable to work. But that’s just the beginning. Fire injury lawsuits, like any personal injury claim, cost money. Although you expect to receive a settlement or jury award, waiting for those funds to materialize may mean that you are forced to cover medical treatment, property repairs, and other expenses by yourself. That’s where a premise liability settlement loan can help.

When Do I Need a Loan?

Lawsuit loans are primarily used to help plaintiffs cover expenses in the interim between filing their claim and receiving a settlement. This takes time. And the more damage you have, the longer a settlement may take. Insurance companies will want to take their sweet time verifying liability and damage amounts to avoid paying big settlements as much as possible. In the meantime, you are beginning property repairs and medical treatments. This is especially stressful if you are unable to work.

How Can a Fire Lawsuit Loan Help Me?

A settlement loan can help you cover your ongoing expenses while you wait for a settlement. If for some reason you don’t win your case, you won’t have to worry about paying back the loan. Lawsuit loans can get you cash quickly so that you can pay your bills and begin repair work while the insurance companies hash it out. All you need to do is fill out an application with your claim information. The legal loan company will then work with your attorney to verify how much financial support you may need. If you are approved, you can expect cash in just a few days.

Call Ally Lawsuit Loans for a Premise Liability Lawsuit Loan Today!

Have you been injured in a fire and don’t know what to do next? Ally Lawsuit Loans may be able to help. We provide loans for personal injury and class-action lawsuits, including those for burn victims. To learn more about the process visit our loans FAQ page or call us at 213-418-1736.

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