Michigan Pre-Settlement Funding
Fast Cash Legal is the preferred company for Michigan pre-settlement funding. Find out more.
Less than a minute to apply – get the cash you need in hours if approved.
Pre-Settlement Funding in the Great Lakes State
In Michigan, car accidents happen every day. While many of these accidents are not deadly, there can still be injuries and damages to property as a result. According to the Michigan State Police, the year 2020 had some unique car accident data. To begin, the general incidence of car accidents severely declined (by about 20%), likely due to many people being off the roads and working from home. However, fatal car accidents actually increased by 12% during this time. This tells us that serious car accidents in Michigan are not going away anytime soon. Furthermore, there were 44,417 car accidents in Michigan in 2020 that resulted in an injury. If you live in Detroit, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Ann Arbor, Kalamazoo, Traverse City, Flint, Saginaw, Battle Creek, Bay City, or other Michigan towns and have been in a car accident that has left you injured, did you know that you may be able to receive pre-settlement funding? These funds are designed to help you pay for bills and other essentials while you wait for your settlement to come through. If you’ve been considering Michigan pre-settlement funding, find out why Fast Cash Legal is the preferred partner in this state.
If you lose your case, you owe us nothing.
No Cost to Apply
The application is free and only takes a few minutes.
No Hidden Fees
No additional out-of-pocket cost for your funding
No Background Checks
Credit and background checks are not required.
No Bank Account Needed
We can write you a check and help you get it cashed.
Get Funded Fast
Receive funds within 24 hours of your case approval.
In Michigan, pre-settlement funding is available for more accidents beyond automobile accidents. Here, we explain more about other types of situations that result in injuries and may qualify you for pre-settlement funding. Furthermore, if you’ve recently been injured in any of the following scenarios (like medical malpractice, premises liability, and others), then you would meet the first requirement of getting pre-settlement funding. This is that is that you must have sustained an injury. After that, we would help you to determine if you qualify for pre-settlement funding.
Your Doctor Has Been Negligent
Medical malpractice is a type of personal injury lawsuit that deals directly with patients who have been injured as a result of a routine procedure with their doctor.be able to qualify for pre-settlement funding.
You’ve Had a Bad Car Accident
There can be many different types of car accidents. In order to receive pre-settlement funding, we require the other driver to be at fault and for you to have sustained a serious injury.
You’ve Been Injured on Someone Else’s Property
Premises liability, or a slip and fall accident refers to an injury that you’ve sustained on someone else’s property due to negligence of the property owner.
You Have Been Bitten by a Dog
If a dog has attacked you out of nowhere and left you with a pretty severe bite or bites that required a doctor’s visit, you may be pursuing legal action against the pet’s owner.
How to Qualify
In order to qualify for legal funding from Fast Cash Legal, you must meet three main criteria. Many times when we first speak to people who need financial help due to their personal injury lawsuit, the number one question is, “how do I qualify for legal funding?” Here at Fast Cash Legal, we will do everything we can to get you qualified so you can get the cash you need, but to be honest, not everyone does. To qualify for legal funding is fairly simple but not always easy based on the details of your legal case. When we review a personal injury case we look at 3 main areas to see if your lawsuit qualifies:
Extent of Actual Damages
This means that the injuries you suffered are serious enough to support your lawsuit.
Defendant's Actual Liability
This means that the person/business you are suing was actually responsible for the accident.
Defendant's Ability to Pay
This means that the person who is actually liable for the accident can pay any claim/award you may win.
The Application Process
Our easy pre-settlement funding application process requires four main steps:
Step 1. Tell Your Attorney
Since we need to speak with your attorney, keeping them up to date on your plans is a smart idea.
Step 2. Apply for Funding
Our simple application asks more about your case and how much money you’d like to receive.
Step 3. Receive Funds
In as little as 24 hours after your application is submitted, the funds can be in your bank account.
Step 4. Review Payback Terms
It’s always a wise idea to review the payback terms of a pre-settlement funding to stay financially responsible.
Michigan pre-settlement funding can be obtained easier than you think when you work with Fast Cash Legal. We are available 24/7 to help clients learn more about what working with us looks like. Contact us today to learn more.