Pre-settlement cash funding is now available to burn injury victims nationwide through High Rise Financial for their pending and ongoing lawsuit. This type of legal funding is not a typical cash advance or loan as there is no obligation for our clients to reimburse us should they lose their lawsuit.
Burns are assessed by degrees to describe their severity. The worst cases, fourth, fifth and sixth degree burns, may result in amputation or cause permanent damage. In the third degree, a skin graft may repair some damage although this type of burn does involve charred skin. Second-degree burns are less serious, although they still do damage to the deeper layers of skin including the dermis and the deep or reticular dermis, but do cause blisters. In a first-degree burn, although there may be pain, only the epidermis (the first layer of skin) is affected and may have a white film over it or be red in color.
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There are a number of different types of burns. People may be most familiar with a heat burn, which often occurs when coming into contact with hot foods or liquids such as cooking oil. Overexposure to UV light in a tanning bed can cause also cause skin burns. A friction burn results in chafing of the skin due to an abrasion. Cleaning solutions, and other substances that require safety protection for use, can cause chemical burns.
People who are not at fault in serious burn accidents and are involved in a lawsuit should contact High Rise Financial today to find out if they are eligible to receive cash while their legal case is in progress. The application is available online and extremely simple to complete. Our approval process is fast and you could be approved for funding in as little as 24 hours after the submission of your application!
We also offer post-settlement funding; meaning, funding after your case has settled but before the insurance company has paid you your verdict or the settlement amount.