Lawsuit loans are very popular, but can be a confusing funding option because unless you’re in a car accident, suffer a personal injury, and file a lawsuit; you probably never need to consider this type of funding. To explain it simply, a lawsuit loan is a cash advance for your pending car accident lawsuit. It’s an advance of money on the expected proceeds of your case.
Who needs a lawsuit loan?
Plaintiffs who have hired an attorney, and filed a car accident in court, are eligible to apply for funding. These plaintiffs expect a solid settlement at some point, but they are in need of cash as their case winds through court.
How can I use the money from a lawsuit loan?
The money can be used for whatever the recipient chooses. Most plaintiffs who take out a lawsuit loan use the money to pay bills, medical expenses, rent, mortgage, car loan, etc. But, the money is given to the plaintiff who can use the money in any way they choose.
How long does it take to get funding?
Approval is quick, and money is transferred quickly to the plaintiff. This speed in funding is possible if the required information and documentation from the attorney needed for review and approval is provided in a timely manner.
What if I lose the case?
If your case is lost, you never have to repay any of the money received.
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In most cases, you will have cash within 48hrs. Alliance Claim Funding is a reputable company providing victims funding for car accidents. Alliance Claim Funding, LLC advances funds to plaintiffs pursuing damage claims; in return, securing a portion of the proceeds that may flow from successful case settlements. If the case does not settle prior to trial or loses the trial – the lawsuit loan is forgiven! You owe Alliance Claim Funding nothing!
To learn how a lawsuit loan can help get you emergency cash for your car accident personal injury lawsuit – and help you get the money you need now, and apply for great rates on your personal injury claim, give us a call, toll free, at 888-732-3389 or complete the contact form on the left. If you’re ready to get started, you can complete the application form.