Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible for lawsuit funding?benefits of a lawsuit cash advance

Lawsuit funding is for anyone involved in a lawsuit with expectations of a cash settlement.

What types of cases can be funded?

In most cases, we fund people for Personal Injury, Employment Law Cases, Medical Malpractice, Negligence, and many others.

How Does Lawsuit Funding Work?

Unlike traditional loans, lawsuit funding doesn’t require you to have good credit, physical collateral, or assets of any kind.  There are no monthly payments.  You have no checks to write.  If you and your attorney feel you have a strong case which will produce a cash settlement or win in court, you can get a cash advance on that settlement.

How Can I Use My Lawsuit Funding Cash?

You can use the money we send you any way you wish.  It’s yours to keep.  You will not be required to send us any payments at all.  You may need the money to pay your bills, take care of your family, or to put food on the table.  You may just want to live as you normally do prior to your case…prior to your injury.  You may want to treat yourself or your loved ones to something special.  There are no rules for what you can do with the cash we send you in advance of your legal settlement!

When Do I Receive My Legal Cash Advance?

After we have a short interview with you to understand your case and situation, we will send a simple lawsuit funding agreement to your attorney.  As soon as we receive the completed funding agreement, we send you a check.

How Much Money Can I Get For My Lawsuit Cash Advance?

Each case is different.  Much has to do with the amount of money you’re likely to receive in settlement or awarded in court.  Typically, we advance from $1000 up to $25,000 or more.  We help guide you in taking the right amount you need.

What’s The Difference Between Lawsuit Funding and a Lawsuit Loan?

A lawsuit loan helps to finance your legal bills.  Sometimes lawyers actually take out loans to finance their business while waiting for their clients’ suits to settle.  This is not our business.  We specialize in Lawsuit Funding which funds YOU, the plaintiff.  In many instances, especially where personal injury is concerned, the plaintiff is unable to work and earn enough money to pay life’s day-to-day, week-to week expenses.  Giving you a cash advance in anticipation of your successful settlement…this is lawsuit funding.

Is There An Application Fee?

No.  There is no cost or obligation for filling out our short 30-Second Application.  Find out how much money we can send you.  Fill out this simple form right now.

How Do I Make Payments?  Do I Need A Bank Account?

You never make payments!  We only get paid if you settle or win your case.  When you win your case in court or settle out of court, your lawyer will send us our money.  You never send us anything (except a Thank You card!).

Do You Fund Cases in MY State?

Lawsuit cash advance service is permitted in 46 states and Washington DC. Click here to see a list of states where we fund our clients’ cases.

What If I Don’t Win My Case?

If we give you a cash advance for your case and you don’t win a settlement, you keep our money and owe us nothing.  There is no cost, no obligation to repay.  We’re taking a risk. YOU are not.

Is There A Lot Of Paperwork?

We have short, simple form for your attorney.  You simply call us or fill out the 30-Second Application on this website.  No tricks.  No gimmicks. No fine print.

I Don’t Have A Lawyer Yet.  Do I need To Get One First?

Yes.  We are not lawyers.  You need a lawyer first to determine the strength of your case.

Am I Eligible For a Lawsuit Cash Advance?

Yes.  It doesn’t matter how much money you make, how much money you have saved,  or if you don’t earn or have any money at all.  The determining factor is whether or not your case is eligible to be funded.  It all starts with your phone call or by filling out the 30-Second Application.


We are a direct lender to plaintiffs seeking a lawsuit settlement funding loan in all the following United States:

We do NOT fund workers comp cases in the states with (*)

Alabama – Alaska* – Arizona* – California* – Connecticut – Delaware – District Of Columbia* –Florida – Georgia –Hawaii* – Idaho* – Illinois – Indiana  – Iowa – Kentucky – Louisiana – Maine* – Massachusetts* – Michigan* – Minnesota* – Mississippi – Missouri – Montana – Nebraska – Nevada* – New Hampshire* – New Jersey* – New Mexico – New York* – North Dakota – Ohio* – Oklahoma* – Oregon* – Pennsylvania* – Rhode Island* – South Carolina – South Dakota – Tennessee – Texas* – Utah* – Vermont – Virginia* – Washington* – West Virginia – Wisconsin* – Wyoming*