Has your lawsuit already
been settled, but you
Need CASH NOW to pay your bills?
Through no fault of your own, you may find yourself short of
money, even for the basic necessities of life such as mortgage or
rent payments, purchasing a new car, paying of medical bills - you
We Can Help With a Settled Case Cash Advance!!!
More often than
not, it may actually take weeks, or even months, to get a check
from the insurance company after your case has already been settled.
We provide cash advances for settled cases, often with same day
funding. You need not suffer financial hardship while you waiting
to get the compensation you deserve!
How do I Get Started?
To get the Funding Process
started, we just need some basic information from you:
- your contact information,
- your attorney's contact information,
- permission to contact your attorney
for a copy of the settlement letter.
There are several ways you can get the information
- Give us a call at (800) 996-5340,
- Send us an
Apply Now, and we will contact you within
the hour during normal business hours.
What Happens Next?
- We will contact your attorney's
office and request that they fax a copy of the settlement letter
with your signed release.
- We will then fax a contract back
to your attorney's office for your signature.
When Do I Get Funded?
- As soon as a copy of the contract,
signed by both you and your attorney, is returned to us, we
will fund your cash advance the same day, via direct deposit,
overnight, or regular mail.
How much money can I get?
We will provide a cash
advance for as much as 15% - 20% of the net settlement amount.
For example, if the net amount due to you after deduction of your
attorney's fee is $100,000, you are eligible for a cash advance
as high as $20,000.
What interest rate do you charge?
We can offer terms
that are very competitive.
A question that seems obvious is, "Why can't
injured people simply borrow money from their lawyers?" The answer
is that state
bar associations recognize that when a lawyer becomes
a creditor to a client, a conflict of interest is created that may
interfere with the attorney-client relationship. As a result, funding
companies require that the client sign the contract, and that the
attorney only sign an acknowledgement of the client's instruction
that the advance and associated fees be repaid from the eventual
verdict or settlement.
Sorry, we are no longer funding in the State
of North Carolina.