Slip and fall lawsuit pre-settlement funding

Slip and Fall Pre Settlement Funding

Slip and fall pre-settlement funding helps injured accident victims get loans on slip and fall lawsuits. Claimants often find themselves in need of cash while waiting for a slip and fall case to settle. Slip and fall lawsuit loans work by advancing cash during the litigation process. If you got injured in a slip and fall accident that was not your fault and hired an attorney to pursue an injury claim, you can qualify for lawsuit funding on your personal injury case to cover your expenses until your case is settled or your lawyer recovers compensatory damages from a civil judgment, jury verdict, or award. Call or apply online to get cash funding in advance on your slip and fall lawsuit from a national pre-settlement funding company offering fast lawsuit cash advances.

Slip and falls don't settle quickly. Seriously injured accident victims often experience financial hardship while waiting for a settlement offer that's fair and reasonable to adequately compensate them for the pain and suffering they have endured. Clients with premises liability case turn to lawsuit lenders for financial support when faced with mounting bills and insufficient income. If you are currently involved in a slip and fall case that is dragging on and your bills are starting to pile up quickly, you can get advance funding on the money you are expecting to receive from a slip and fall case.

We understand accident victims have pressing financial needs after a slip and fall injury. That’s why we move quickly to help claimants who are expecting a slip and fall settlement from a pending lawsuit get cash relief before a settlement is reached.

We make it easy for slip and fall accident victims to borrow money from a lawsuit. There's no credit check, no out-of-pocket costs, no job requirements, and no monthly payments. The most popular feature of borrowing against a pending lawsuit is that if you lose the case, pay nothing and keep the advance funding. That correct, you pay back the cash pre-settlement advance only if you settle the case or get awarded financial compensation for your damages.

 

Apply for Funding

 

The Need for Slip and Fall Lawsuit Loans

Slip and falls can happen anywhere, anytime, and to anyone. No matter how careful we are, there can be a defect or hazardous around any corner or aisle that can lead to significant and painful injuries.

Landlords and property owners have a responsibility to keep their property free and clear of dangerous conditions and hazards. Property owners who create or fail to maintain their property or warn visitors of hazards can be held civilly liability for injuries and damages caused to negligent-free third parties.

Homeowners, landlords, businesses, and government entities owe duty of care to tenants, pedestrians, customers, and guests on their property. If the breach of that duty directly results in injury to a person legally on the property, they are responsible for compensating the injured person for economic and non-economic damages, such as medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, loss of consortium, and more.

If a devastating slip and fall injury has turned your life upside down and you need help why you wait for the money from an expected settlement, you get legal financial support during the claim process. Our nationwide financial institution offers cash assistance for the most common causes of slip and fall & trip and fall accidents, such as:

  • Broken sidewalk
  • Defective pavement
  • Defective stairs
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Loose railing
  • Missing handrail
  • Debris on left on the floor
  • Loose floorboards
  • Parking lot potholes
  • Unsafe construction zones
  • Loose mats
  • Wet floors
  • Failing to shovel sidewalk
  • Snow and ice accumulation

If a landlord, property owner, or business created a dangerous condition that caused you trip / slip or was negligent in failing to correct a hazardous condition before injury occurred, the defendant can be found negligent and held civilly liable for compensating you for the damages you’ve suffered as a result of the premises liability accident.

Let's Get Started