How it Works

Lawsuit Funding: Here’s How It Works:

  • You have legal representation, an attorney who is representing you, negotiating to either settle your case or go to court for you to fight for the money you deserve.

Unfortunately, it can be a long process.  Very long.  For some, it’s not possible to work because of an injury.  It doesn’t matter why you need the money.  If you have a good case, you have money coming to you.  We give you access NOW.lawsuit funding, cash now ,settlement funding cash
  • You contact us.  You can call or fill out the simple form on this page.  We need to understand your case.

Together, we will decide how much money you need right now until the big money from your settlement comes your way.
  • We speak with your attorney.

No one has a crystal ball.  Not even your attorney knows when or for how much your case will settle.  But together, we’ll formulate a plan and an amount we’re ALL comfortable with so you can get by comfortably, so your attorney can do his or her job without settling for less than you deserve.
  • You NEVER have to write us a check

You and your attorney will sign a “funding agreement” which is our only security of getting our funding and fees repaid.  Our repayment can only take place if your case settles successfully.  You and your attorney are under no obligation whatsoever to repay us until and unless your case wins a settlement.  

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*