1. Do I need to be employed to apply for a lawsuit cash advance?
A client called yesterday to find out if he can come to our office to apply. I explained to him that it’s not necessary to come to our office. We can take your application over the phone, and then contact the attorney to receive the information from the file.
2. What Paperwork is Involved?
A college student pulls an all-nighter and when he gets in his car after the test, he starts to fall asleep on his way home. He runs into my client, who was stopped at a red light. Our client is seriously injured, and calls us for funding. They ask, “What kind of paperwork do you need for me to get a cash advance?” I explain to the client that once we are authorized to speak with the attorney, we request a police report, any kind of medical information as far as the treatment, the insurance information, and possibly anything else that has to do with the litigation of the case. There’s a lot of other paperwork involved, but those are the main components of what we require to be able to process an advance. If you think you have a case and you need a cash advance, please call our office.
3. Do I Need To Sign Anything?
A man was driving down the road, not paying attention, and ran into a car that was stopped at a red light. That person got seriously injured, called us for a cash advance, and wanted to know what they need to sign, if anything at all. There is paperwork involved. Besides our reviewing of the paperwork, we have to put out an agreement where the client needs to initial every page, several pages need to have a signature, and the signature needs to be notarized. The attorney also has to sign a page. Once all the signatures have been obtained, we fund the client.
4. How many times can I get a lawsuit cash advance?
Our client, shopping one day, slipped and fell on a puddle and hurt her shoulder and needed surgery to repair her torn rotator cuff. She called our offices and asked for a cash advance, which we kindly provided to her. A few months later, she found out that she also has a lower back injury. She still needs to have more treatment, another possible surgery, and still cannot work. She calls us again to see if we can give her a second advance.
Sometimes the case warrants us doing more than one advance; sometimes we cannot do anymore based on relative value of the case, and we encourage the client to not seek anymore funds on that particular type of case. It’s on a case-by-case basis if there are going to be more funds available to a client to have more than one advance. They should always contact their attorney and get advice from them first before contacting us to see if they can get a second advance from us.
Are you or a loved one involved in a personal injury lawsuit and have questions about these 4 common questions about how to apply? Contact us for a free consultation or apply for a lawsuit cash advance online.
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