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We give you an immediate advance on the future earnings of your case.

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Once we make an offer, we send you an agreement, and ask your attorney to sign off on the settlement loan we're giving you.

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We’re the premier alternative lender that handles virtually any lending scenario, ranging from hard money loans, to merchant cash advance and even litigation financing.  We have an easy online application, and assign a dedicated lending concierge to each and every client. We offer a fast decision process – due to our completely online process.

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We're a Direct Lender

We’re a lender who provides financing for virtually any type of non-traditional financing – ranging from small business loans, to hard money loans, merchant cash advance, and lawsuit funding.

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We Provide Financing Options

We have a lot of different financing options available to our clients. Regardless of your situation, we’ll have a solution for you. We can combine multiple financing options together – such as a merchant cash advance and a hard money loan.

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Our application process is completely online. You can get funds in your bank account in literally 24 hours.

How We Help

Pre-settlement Financing is a GREAT way of getting access to the future value of your case without having to worry about the time it takes to settle. We encourage you to consider a pre-settlement loan as a way of getting FAST CASH.

Get a $500-$100,000 advance on your settlement

Get cash in as little as 24 hours once approved

No risk - If you lose your case, you owe us nothing; pay us back only if you win the case.

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Maine Lawsuit Funding

The Top Six Things You Should Understand Before Applying for a Lawsuit Loan
You knew when the pending suit was filed that it could take a long time to receive a verdict or to arrive at a settlement with the defendant. Perhaps you’ve found it difficult to continue paying for the therapy or other care that is needed to recover from the event that led to the suit. In any event, you are not sure how to manage the debt that is mounting. One approach is to apply for what is known as a pre-settlement advance or lawsuit loan. Before you submit an application, there are a few things you should understand.
You Must Meet the Lender’s Requirements
It’s true that lenders of lawsuit loans do not pay much if any attention to your credit score or your current income level. They are more concerned about the type of suit you are pursuing and the chances that you will win. Even so, it’s not guaranteed that you will be approved. You must meet all of the lender’s requirements in order to receive an offer.
Find out exactly what those requirements happen to be prior to submitting an application. You must be old enough by current laws to enter into legally binding contracts. You must also have an attorney handling the case. Most lenders are happy to provide a list of the basic requirements. If you meet them, feel free to apply.
There is a Limit on How Much the Lender Will Advance
Some people think that it’s possible to receive an advance or loan that equals the amount they are seeking in the suit. That’s not the case. The lender will evaluate the specifics of your case and determine if there is a reasonable chance of success. At that point, you will receive an offer that equals a percentage of the monetary damages you are seeking in the suit. It’s up to you to determine if the amount offered will be enough to get you through until the legal matter is resolved.
The Interest Rate Often Applies Monthly
Like any type of lending or funding arrangement, lawsuit loans do require paying some type of interest on the money you are advanced. The rate of interest is commonly applied to the balance on a monthly basis. This may not seem like a big deal if you have reason to think the suit will be resolved within a year or less. If you expect it to take longer, do consider how much interest you will end up paying once you do receive the damages. The lawsuit loan is still likely to be your most practical solution to receiving money now, but it helps if you can project how much you will ultimately repay the lender.
Many Lenders Do Not Require Up-Front Fees
You’ve likely taken out bank and other loans that required some sort of up-front payment of fees or charges. You are not likely to encounter this with a lender who offers lawsuit loans. You’ll know what, if any, fees apply, how much they happen to be, and receive confirmation that they will be bundled into the total amount that you repay.
The Loan Must Be Repaid Within a Specified Time After You Win the Suit
The lender chooses to approve your application because there is a good chance that the suit will be successful. That means you will either arrive at an equitable settlement with the defendant or the court will award the damages you are seeking. Until the case is resolved, you do not have to worry about making any payments on the loan.
Assuming you do win the suit or arrive at a settlement, you have a certain amount of time to repay the lender. That time frame is determined based on the terms of the settlement or the judge’s verdict. For example, if the judge gives the defendant two months to pay the damages in full, the lender will not expect payment until shortly after that two-month window is complete.
Typically, the court forwards the damages to your attorney. The legal counsel would then pay off the loan, keep any funds due for services rendered, and forward the remainder to you.
If You Lose, You Don’t Have to Repay the Advance
Lenders of lawsuit loans take on a certain amount of risk when they approve applications. That’s because the terms state that debtors do not have to repay the loans if they do not win their cases. Should you lose your case, there is no obligation on your part to repay the advance.
As with any type of legal contract, read the terms and conditions carefully. Have your attorney read them as well. Assuming both of you have no objections and agree to the terms as they are stated in the contract, go ahead and sign the documents. It won’t take long for the money to be on hand and ready for your use.

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Our team is available always to help you. Regardless of whether you need advice, or just want to run a scenario by us. We take pride in the fact our team loves working with our clients - and truly cares about their financial and mental wellbeing.

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