Do you need a cash advance? Here’s what you need to do: read this article for guidance, then contact Fast Funds to get started on your case.
Understanding Litigation Funding
A drunk driver was barreling down a highway and ran into our client who was seriously injured and very concerned with all the medical treatment that’s upcoming and how they’re going to work, be able to continue to pay their mortgage, keep their car note and put food on the table. They contacted their attorney and asked if they could get money on their case. Attorneys can’t give their client money, so the attorney told them that there are companies out there that will do so, like ours. The client called us and we asked for an application over the phone and then we receive the information from the attorney’s file. Based on that review, we will give them a yes or no. If it’s a yes, we will communicate an offer at that point.
How a Lawsuit Cash Advance Helps
A man was driving down the road and ran into a bicyclist who had the right of way as they were crossing the street. The bicyclist ended up in the hospital, unable to work or pay their bills because of pending surgeries due to the severe injuries that were caused by this accident. They heard from another patient in the hospital that there was such a thing as personal injury financing based on their claim. They called us to find out how we can help them. It can help you in several ways. If you’re injured and you’re not able to work, provide for your family, or cover your bills, this emergency funding will help you to get by during your time of need until your case resolves, or at least until you get better and get back up on your feet again.
Uses for a Lawsuit Cash Advance
A young girl was on the phone arguing with her boyfriend while she was driving her car and ran into our client, who was stopped at a red light, and seriously injured our client. They were laid up, needed several surgeries and a lot of treatment afterwards to recover. Our client needed to know what she could use the money for if she borrowed from us for her personal injury case. Our funding is for emergency funding; it’s to help you pay your bills, keep a roof over your head, food on the table, your car, and anything else that you need on a monthly basis to live. Our funding is not for frivolous spending. If you do so, you have to keep into consideration that you’re going to pay for that money, so we suggest you keep it for emergency needs only.
Is a Lawsuit Cash Advance a Loan?
A man is driving down the street, not paying attention, and runs into the person in front of him who happens to be stopped at a red light. That person calls us and asks for a cash advance and wants to know the difference between a cash advance and a loan. A cash advance, or pre-settlement funding, on a case like his is not considered a loan. The reason being is that it is a non-recourse advance, which means that if for some reason the case loses, we cannot go after that person for the funds that they received from us. In the case of a loan, like a bank loan for a mortgage or a car, they repossess your assets if you don’t make your payments.
Are you or a loved one involved in a personal injury lawsuit and need a cash advance? Here’s what you need to do: contact us for a free confidential consultation or apply for lawsuit funding online.
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