Toxic mold is a fungus that grows in damp, dark areas that can cause severe illness and even death. You may be having unexplained health problems for many years before you discover the exposure to the mold. Medical bills can pile up before you have a diagnosis. Once you have the reason behind your illness, you may be able to file a lawsuit and get a settlement to help with your bills.
If you have hired an attorney and are expecting a cash settlement, but still need money now, lawsuit funding may be a great option for you.
Interstate Lawsuit Funding was started to help people just like you who have pending lawsuits but who need cash now. The illnesses from toxic mold can take many months to recover from and you may not be able to work. How will you pay your living expenses until you get your settlement?
We can offer you a lawsuit cash advance on your settlement. This money can be used in any way you wish – pay medical bills, take a vacation or use it for living expenses. Our company will never ask how you plan to use the money you get from us. You will not even have to worry about making monthly payments as we do not get any money until you get your settlement. Even then, your attorney will send us a check – you won’t have to do anything.
Because we do everything right here, we can keep our costs low and pass those savings on to you. Our rates are among the lowest in this business and there are no hidden fees in the process. There isn’t even an application fee. You just need to fill out a simple, thirty second online application.
There is no reason you should worry about financial matters while you are recovering from an illness caused by toxic mold.
With our lawsuit funding, you can take care of your family without worrying about where the funds will come from. Contact Interstate Lawsuit Funding to see how we can help you with your lawsuit funding needs. Remember, there is no credit check and no collateral is needed. Even after filling out an application, you are under no obligation and there are never any hidden fees or small print to read.