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Apr 252016

Do I have to have a Lawyer to Apply for a Lawsuit Cash Advance?

Interstate Lawsuit Funding does not offer legal advice.  Before you contact us about a lawsuit cash advance, you will need to talk to an attorney and file the paperwork for your lawsuit.  Once you have done that, you can go online and fill out an application for a lawsuit cash advance.  Our form takes less than a minute to complete.

Notifying your lawyer of your cash advance will help prevent delays.

After we get your application, we will contact you for a short interview to get more details about your lawsuit.  Make sure you tell your lawyer that you are considering a lawsuit cash advance.   We need your attorney to fill out a simple repayment form before we can process your cash advance.  Not telling your lawyer about your lawsuit cash advance is the main reason loans are delayed.  To help us get your money to you faster, talk to your attorney.

Once we get the form back from your lawyer, we can process your lawsuit cash advance.  How much you may get depends on your lawsuit and how much you are likely to receive in the settlement.  We can help you determine what would be the right amount for you when you call.

Will it be a hassle to repay my loan?

You will not have to make any payments towards the balance you owe until you get your settlement.  Even then, your attorney will send us the payment and you won’t have to do a thing.  If you happen to lose your lawsuit, you do not owe us anything.  This may sound too good to be true, but it is.  If you don’t get a settlement, you keep the money we gave you and use it however you want.

There are no application fees for our lawsuit cash advances and no fine print that you need to study to make sure you understand.  Our lawsuit funding is simple.  Limited paperwork, quick decisions and you have the cash you need.

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5100 North Ocean Blvd.
Suites 1618
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
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