If you were seriously injured in a car accident that wasn’t your fault, you probably have a lot of medical bills to pay. You may also have lost work, and run up credit card bills. You filed a lawsuit to get the at-fault party(ies) to pay for your damages. But personal injury claims can take a long time to settle, or go to court. You need money now to pay your bills. The good news is that yes, you can get pre-settlement funding for a car accident case.
Pre-settlement funding is basically a cash advance on your eventual settlement or jury award when you win your case. But unlike a true cash advance or loan, you don’t have to pay the money back if you don’t win. Sound too good to be true? It’s not. High Rise Financial has helped thousands of people just like you. When you apply, if you are accepted, you can have funds deposited into your account within 24-48 hours.
Does this sound like a solution to your money woes while you’re waiting for your case to move forward? Keep reading to learn more.
How Pre-Settlement Funding Works
Getting pre-settlement legal funding through High Rise Financial is a relatively simple process. If you have a personal injury case and you have a lawyer working with you, we can likely help you. Our ultimate goal is to get you the funding you need as quickly as possible.
To get started, you need to fill out the form on our Apply Now page. In order to determine if you qualify for pre-settlement funding, we need some specific information about your claim. This includes the expected compensation amount, the severity of your injuries, the replacement value of any property damage in your case, lost wages, etc. Unlike a loan application, our application does not poke into your financial situation. That means:
- NO credit check
- NO proof of employment required
- NO handing over pay stubs
When you submit your application, our underwriters review it thoroughly. They will check the details of your claim to help decide how much funding we can offer you. They may consult with your personal injury lawyer, as well as contact you if they need more information about your lawsuit. If you are approved, you will have money in your account in as little as 24 hours.
You can breathe easy now. If we can approve you for pre-settlement legal funding, High Rise Financial can transfer up to $250,000 to your account. The amount you get is based on the specifics of your case, and your expected settlement amount. The money is yours to spend as you wish. Most of our clients use it to:
- Pay medical bills
- Purchase medical equipment
- Make home renovations to accommodate for your injuries
- Pay a caregiver
- Pay the rent or mortgage.
- Buy groceries
For a free legal consultation, call (877) 735-0016
How to Repay Your Pre-Settlement Legal Funding
Another reason pre-settlement funding is better than a loan is that you don’t have to make monthly payments while you wait for your settlement. You also don’t have to worry about high compound interest rates increasing the amount you eventually have to pay back. We use a flat fee repayment method, and you and your lawyer agree to the terms of repayment before we transfer your money.
Legal funding from High Rise Financial truly is risk-free. Repayment of your cash advance comes directly out of your settlement or jury award when you win your case. If you lose your case, you don’t have to pay us a penny!
Apply for Pre-Settlement Funding Today at No Cost
If you have a personal injury claim as a result of your car accident, you may have to wait months or even years before you get a dime from the opposing party. You don’t have to stress over paying your bills. High Rise Financial can provide you with the money you need to take care of medical bills, rent or mortgage payments, groceries, and other expenses you may have. We have helped hundreds of clients get pre-settlement funding in their car accident cases.
Apply today through our Apply Now page, or call our offices 24/7 at (866) 407-6404, and we will listen to your concerns and determine if and how we can help you. While our offices are based in Los Angeles, we help clients all across the country.