Do you have questions about our funding? Check out these 10 funding option tips for guidance, then give us a call to get started on your case.
Types of Cases We Fund
Residents of an apartment complex had been complaining to the management company about the condition of the staircase that leads to and from their apartments. Apparently, the staircase was very old and rickety and in disrepair. The management company sent their maintenance guy out a couple times but never really replaced or fixed the staircase. Our client, one day, was walking down the stairs, put her foot through one of the boards, takes a fall the rest of the way down the stairs, and broke her leg. She needed a surgery with a rod inserted and wouldn’t be able to work for months. She wanted to know if we fund that type of case. Yes. Premise liability cases are one of the types of cases we fund. Aside from that, we also fund motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, medical malpractice, and a slew of other types of cases. If you have a case and you’re not sure if we fund it or not, please give us a call and we will let you know.
Getting a Second Cash Advance
We recently funded a client that came back to us a few weeks later asking us if they can get more money in the future, if needed. The answer is that we always look at the case to see if it’s possible for us to give you more money. We always recommend you don’t come back if it isn’t necessary. However, if the case warrants it, we will issue you another advance if we can.
Personal Injury Case Value
A client called us yesterday, who was involved in a motor vehicle accident and was seriously injured. He wanted to know how much his case is worth. Unfortunately, we are not the attorney on the case, so we will not be able to provide such information. We evaluate the claim, and then make our decision as to whether it’s possible to fund or not.
We got a call from a construction worker who fell off of scaffolding while working on a building. He was seriously injured and had not worked for months. He was facing a surgical procedure and was wondering how could support his family. He wanted to know if his attorney had not yet filed suit, if he could apply for a lawsuit cash advance. The simple answer is yes. The attorney does not have to have filed suit for you to get an advance on your claim.
Litigation and Pre-Settlement Funding
A guy was driving down the road in the outside lane and decided he needed to make a left-hand turn and cut in front of our client, causing our client to veer and hit the guardrail. Both cars ended up in the accident, and that other driver got the ticket for causing the accident. Our client was really injured and needed to know if there was a difference between pre-settlement funding and lawsuit funding. Generally speaking, there is no difference between the two. Lawsuit funding can be anything from a motor vehicle accident to a slip and fall. Pre-settlement funding just means that you have a lawsuit pending, so they’re one in the same. Call our office today if you are unsure of these terms or if you need more information.
Pre-Settlement Litigation Financing
A lady was driving down the road, not paying attention, and plowed through a stop sign and ran into our client. Our client was on her way to work thinking nothing of it, until she got hit by the car and next thing she knows she’s waking up in the emergency room with a slew of injuries. Besides her injuries, she then starts worrying about how she’s going to pay her bills. She finds out through a friend that there’s something called pre-settlement financing. She looks further into it and finds my company. I explain to the lady that in order to do so, she must contact her attorney first and once she’s done, we will contact the attorney to find out more about her case. Once we review it, we will give her a call and give her an answer. If you would like to find out more about our program and how we can help you if you’ve been seriously injured, please call our office.
Post-Settlement Litigation Financing
Let’s say a construction company hires another company to put up the scaffolding for their project. Unbeknownst to the construction company, the scaffolding company does not do a good job with their scaffolds. Their painter that’s supposed to be painting the building goes up on the scaffold and the scaffold collapses, causing the painter to fall to the floor and get seriously injured. He ends up having a workers’ compensation claim and also a third-party claim against the company that made the scaffolding. The cases are resolved and now the client is waiting for his money. He wants to know about post-settlement financing. Post-settlement financing happens once the claims are resolved. At that point, if there’s enough left over for the client, they can take an advance on their post-settled case.
Lawsuit Funding for Minors
Someone whose daughter was sitting in the back seat of a car that got T-boned called us and wanted to know if they could get a lawsuit cash advance on the daughet’s behalf. Unfortunately, minors are not able to enter into this type of financing, so we would not be able to help with an advance. However, if the parent has a claim, we can review the parent’s claim and see if we can help them with funding.
Funding for Medical Treatment
A client called us asking if they can use the money that we advance to them for medical treatment or surgery. You can use the money for whatever you wish, as long as it isn’t to bring on litigation.
Out of State Injuries
Cruise ships are known for their big buffets and sometimes those crew members don’t clean up messes in front of the buffet line creating slippery surfaces. They’re responsible for the safety of the passengers of the ship. We had a call from a lady in California, who was visiting and went on a four-day cruise out of Miami, who slipped and fell on a wet surface in front of a buffet table that was caused by the water from the buffet line. She seriously injured her knee and needed total knee reconstruction because of it. She wanted to know if she could get personal financing on her case from out of state. The answer is yes. Even though you live out of state, if your case is here in the state of Florida, we can definitely fund you.
Are you or a loved one involved in a personal injury lawsuit and have questions about these 10 funding option tips? Contact us for a free consultation or apply for litigation funding online.
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