Let’s face it, construction sites are dangerous. Heavy equipment, high scaffolding, and cranes moving gigantic objects make a construction site fraught with opportunities for injury. Whether you are a worker or a passerby, you must take all sorts of precautions to avoid injury when approaching construction zones. As we know, however, sometimes accidents do happen and they are often through no fault of our own. They are typically caused by someone else’s negligence. Some common causes of construction negligence are faulty equipment like scaffolding or ladders, electrocutions and commercial vehicle accidents. The injuries from an accident involving any of these can be severe and even life-threatening.
If you have been injured by an act of construction negligence chances are you have filed a personal injury claim or a workers compensation claim. In the meantime, however, your daily expenses and medical bills are mounting and you have likely lost income while you try to recover. You may not be able to return to work for quite some time and your case is still pending. You don’t necessarily want to rack up more credit card debt and maybe a bank loan is not available. Does this sound like you? If so, lawsuit funding for construction accidents may be able to help.
We can offer you lawsuit funding when traditional forms of financing are not an option.
How Does Lawsuit Funding Work?
Lawsuit funding provides injured parties with a cash advance when they need money to cover expenses while they await the outcome of their construction negligence case. As you know, litigation and even workers comp claims can take time and you can’t always afford to wait for your settlement. You also don’t want to feel pressured to settle for an amount lower than what you deserve.
Lawsuit funding advances you money now that you pay back only when your case reaches a favorable outcome or settlement. If you don’t win your case, you don’t have any obligation to repay the funds. This differs from traditional financing that requires you to repay your loan no matter what. With litigation funding: if and when you win, you pay, and if you lose, you don’t.
How do you Qualify for Lawsuit Funding?
To begin with, you have to be a plaintiff or claimant in an action. You also have to be represented by an attorney. We then base our decision to provide you with litigation funding on how likely it is that your case will be successful. Because we only get repaid if you win, we will analyze some specifics of your case so we can determine whether you qualify for funding.
If you have already settled your case and just can’t wait any longer until the money comes through, there is little guesswork. If your case is pending, we will ask for some details about your injuries and the circumstances of your construction negligence case to make an informed decision about the outcome of your claim. We don’t need to check your credit or your employment history because our decision is based on the merits of your case.
Remember, if we provide you with lawsuit funding and you don’t win your case, you keep the funds. You only pay us back if you win and then you repay us from the proceeds.
How Much Money is Available?
We can provide lawsuit funding for any amount from as little as $1,000 to $1,000,000. Most construction injury cases qualify for lawsuit funding somewhere between $1,000 and $25,000. We will determine how much funding you qualify for after we speak to you about your claim.
Apply Now and Receive Funds in 48 Hours
Our application process is quick and easy. Simply fill out the form on this page. A construction negligence funding expert will contact you shortly to get some additional information from you. Once approved, you and your attorney will need to return some signed paperwork. This paperwork acknowledges that when your case is over, you will repay us from the proceeds you are awarded. When we have the paperwork, you can get your money right away via wire transfer or overnight check.
Wouldn’t it be nice to ease some of the financial stress you are experiencing while recovering from your injuries and waiting for your case to conclude? Let us help you with lawsuit funding. Apply today!
Fill out this short inquiry and one of our experts will contact you. Learn how much funding you may receive, risk-free.