Lawsuit Cash Advance FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions About Lawsuit Cash Advance:

If you’re like most of our customers, you probably weren’t aware that lawsuit cash advance was a viable option. We expect you to have questions–that’s why we’ve listed the answers to some of the most common ones here. Remember, if you have any questions about lawsuit cash advance that aren’t listed here, don’t hesitate to contact us » and we’ll be happy to answer them for you.

Am I qualified for a lawsuit cash advance?

Most people are qualified! The only way to find out is to start the application process. The truth is that if a lawyer will take your case, there’s a high likelihood that we will fund it. If lawyers have refused your case, we will most likely not be able to fund it. Simply fill out the form to the right and start on your way to funding your case!

How long will it take to get my lawsuit cash advance?

We can usually have your case funded within a 4-5 days for simple cases such as when we’re funding personal injury cases. In other instances, such as lawfirm loans, it may take over a week to review all the particulars.

When do I have to start paying the money back?

The great thing about lawsuit cash advance loans is you don’t need to pay them back until after you win your case.

If I lose my case, how much will I pay back?

If you lose your case, you don’t pay anything!

If I win my case, how much will I pay back?

Every case is different. It all depends on what kind of case you have and how much you want to borrow. Most cases are charged a fixed monthly interest rate.

What kind of cases can I get a lawsuit settlement loan for?

 

How much can I get a lawsuit cash advance for?

The amount you can get in a lawsuit cash advance depends on many factors. Customarily, you can get a cash advance for 10% of the amount of your case.

What can I use the lawsuit cash advance for?

The money from a lawsuit cash advance may be spent in any way you see fit. You can use the money to fund your case or to help with living expenses.

Why didn’t I hear about this elsewhere?

The truth is a majority of people who qualify for a lawsuit settlement loan don’t know it’s even available to them. It has only been around for a few years and the biggest insurance companies don’t like it because it gives lower-inncome plaintiffs the opportunity to persue their case for the maximum settlement.

What states can I get a lawsuit cash advance in? »

You can get a cash advance on your lawsuit in the following states:

US Abbreviation US State, Possession or Territory
AK Alaska
AL Alabama
AR Arkansas
AZ Arizona
CA California
CO Colorado
CT Connecticut
DC District of Columbia
DE Delaware
FL Florida
GA Georgia
HI Hawaii
IA Iowa
ID Idaho
IL Illinois
IN Indiana
KS Kansas
KY Kentucky
LA Louisiana
MA Massachusetts
ME Maine
MD Maryland
MI Michigan
MN Minnesota
MO Missouri
MS Mississippi
MT Montana
NC North Carolina
ND North Dakota
NE Nebraska
NH New Hampshire
NJ New Jersey
NM New Mexico
NV Nevada
NY New York
OK Oklahoma
OR Oregon
PA Pennsylvania
RI Rhode Island
SC South Carolina
SD South Dakota
TN Tennessee
TX Texas
UT Utah
VT Vermont
VA Virginia
WA Washington
WI Wisconsin
WV West Virginia
WY Wyoming

 

What states can I get a worker’s compensation cash advance in? »

We only offer worker’s comp cash advances in the following states:

US Abbreviation US State, Possession or Territory
AL Alabama
AZ Arizona
CO Colorado
CT Connecticut
DE Delaware
FL Florida
GA Georgia
IA Iowa
ID Idaho
IL Illinois
IN Indiana
LA Louisiana
ME Maine
MO Missouri
MS Mississippi
MT Montana
ND North Dakota
NE Nebraska
NH New Hampshire
NM New Mexico
OK Oklahoma
RI Rhode Island
SC South Carolina
SD South Dakota
TN Tennessee
UT Utah
WA Washington
WV West Virginia

 

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