LawCash can provide litigation financing as a rolling contract, or installment plan, LawCash’s most popular pre-settlement funding option. When using this option, you receive your payout in smaller amounts spread out over the course of several months or years. This installment plan ensures that you receive some money over a substantial amount of time. Should you win the case, the amount that you have to repay the lawsuit funding company with an installment plan is less than if you received a lump sum.
Litigation financing provides a great tool for lawsuit plaintiffs who are pursuing lawsuits and who need money before the case settles. Unfortunately, legal cases can take years to unfold. For people… read more →
The term “Litigation Financing” refers to a wide array of non-traditional lawsuit loans received by lawsuit plaintiffs, trial attorneys, and law firms. The term pre-settlement funding specifically refers to a form… read more →
May 2017 Client Testimonials Attorney Commends LawCash For Helping Injured Client With Credit Card Bills Our client sustained extremely serious injuries as a result of an accident which occurred… read more →
A medical malpractice lawsuit can take a long time to get through the court system. For individuals and families struggling with lost income, medical bills, and other costs, the length… read more →
Litigation financing is a great option for people who have suffered from a slip and fall accident. If you or a loved one have suffered from such an accident, then… read more →
You’ve made the next step in getting your life back on track. Perhaps you suffered an injury due to a business’s negligence, a car accident, or other tragedy. You may… read more →
Funding for lawsuits or settlements involving the Jones Act, known as “Jones Act lawsuit funding” or “maritime lawsuit settlement funding,” provides a unique service to injured maritime workers. Unlike other workers, seamen or mariners, and female workers on and around the sea cannot seek traditional workers’ compensation payments when they are injured on the job.