Pre-Settlement Funding Common Questions
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Your Pre-Settlement Funding Common Questions Answered
Your one-stop-shop for everything you need to know about pre-settlement funding. Find out exactly what it is, when and why someone should use it, and how to get it.
To learn answer some common pre-settlement funding questions, such as, “is it a loan?”, “how do I pay it back?” and “what are some other names for pre-settlement funding?”, read our comprehensive page on pre-settlement funding basics.
If you are curious about what funds should be used for once you’re secured pre-settlement funding, check out our page with a full list of common ways that people use their funds. Remember, funds are typically used to pay bills associated with your car accident or injury.
These two types of funding sound alike but should not be confused with one another. Check out this page to find out more about post settlement funding and how it is different that pre-settlement funding.
We’ve compiled a useful resource of the seven best pre-settlement funding companies in the United States. Check out the speciality areas of each of these different companies to best suit your needs.
If you are weighing your options and researching with type of funding is right for your situation, find out more about the differences between lawsuit funding and cash advances.
Learn more about the advantages of choosing pre-settlement funding when you need financial relief related to a personal injury case vs. other types of ways to make ends meet.
Seven important things to consider if you are thinking about applying for pre-settlement funding. This is information that you may have not previously thought about when it comes to getting funding for your personal injury case.
There are three main types of payback scenarios when it comes to legal funders. Read about the various types of interest rates and how companies will require you to pay the money back that you’ve been funded once it becomes due.
Have you ever wondered what the application process for pre-settlement funding looks like? Here is everything you need to know about what happens when you decide to apply for funding.
This pre-settlement funding glossary of terms tells you everything you need to know about the terminology used during the pre-settlement funding process.
If you are wondering if you can qualify for pre-settlement funding, read this post for some informative examples of situations where you could be eligible to receive funding.
Have you recently gotten denied after trying to apply for pre-settlement funding? Here are three common reasons why people get denied, and how you can fix these issues and try again to get funds.
How Do I Qualify?
While there are many things that we look at regarding your personal injury lawsuit to see if you qualify for a legal funding, there are 3 main questions we ask about your case:
- How serious were the injuries you suffered?
- Does the person who caused the accident have a way to pay for any legal settlement award?
(the real key is do they have insurance to pay for it)
- Is the person who you’re claiming caused the accident actually responsible for the accident?
(kind of an odd question, we understand, but you’d be surprised)
If your case can meet these qualifications, then there is a great chance we can fund you.
Fast Cash Legal does not provide pre-settlement legal funding in the following States: Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia.
Fast Cash Legal does NOT fund Workers Compensation cases.
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- No credit checks
- If approved, you can get your cash in 24 hours
- If you lose your case, you owe nothing
- There is no obligation if you apply then decide not to take the funding