1. For Attorneys.

Enabling lawsuits to go the distance.

The trial-attorney’s best friend

We are here to support the trial attorney bar. LawCash® provides settled case funding for attorneys, and bundled lawsuit advance refinancing for your clients, maximizing settlement and recovery. Our friend, Esquire Bank, has developed an array of services to maximize profits for your practice – from elevated account management to innovative funds disbursement, law firm loans, case cost funding, and many services designed specifically for trial attorneys.  LawCash also provides pre-settlement lawsuit funding, lawsuit surgery financing, and settlement funding for plaintiffs.


Settled case funding for attorneys can help manage cash flow. Bundled refinance of your clients’ lawsuit funding advances aids recovery and saves everybody money. Law firm loans, disbursement funding, and working lines of credit for attorneys through Esquire Bank are necessary practice management tools.


Testimonials from trial attorneys across the country show why LawCash is the most trusted pre-settlement funding company. Many well-known attorneys refer their lawsuit funding clients to LawCash. We understand the trial attorney’s needs better than anybody else.


Attorneys unfamiliar with LawCash or lawsuit funding companies will find comprehensive answers to their questions. LawCash never interferes with your case and advances only a responsible amount to maximize recovery and flexibility.


Send in our easy-to-use forms and we can get your clients lawsuit funding almost immediately.  All you need is right here, on the Pre-Settlement Form, Lawsuit Surgery Funding Form, and form to submit when your client needs Additional Funding.


Over the past several decades, lawsuit funding has become an integral part of the American civil justice system. Many states have passed laws allowing lawsuit finance to help impecunious plaintiffs achieve their day in court and combat delay and unfairness in the legal system, which is rigged in favor of better-capitalized defendants and large insurance companies.

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