Lawsuit Funding

  • Non-recourse Loan
    Non-Recourse Loan Provided by Funding GroupA non-recourse loan is the type of legal funding offered by groups that invest in sound claims that need lawsuit money to proceed. Although legally the fund....
  • Lawsuit Advance
    Timely Lawsuit Advance A lawsuit advance, by its very nature, is timely since the lawsuit would otherwise be dropped because of the insolvency of the plaintiff. Non-recourse advances by lawsuit finan....
  • Pending Lawsuit
    Pending Lawsuit FundingPending lawsuit funding is provided by investment groups that are in the business of assessing medical malpractice, employment discrimination, wrongful death, and personal injur....
  • Lawsuit Cash Advance
    Lawsuit Cash Advance Makes Justice AffordableA lawsuit cash advance can be made in several ways and for varying purposes, but all are made with the ultimate goal of enabling a cash-strapped plaintiff ....
  • Personal Injury Claim Settlement
    Reasonable Personal Injury Claim Settlement A personal injury claim settlement is quite common, as only a small fraction of such lawsuits actually go to trial. Both plaintiff, the injured person, and....
  • Lawsuit Financing
    Crucial Lawsuit FinancingLawsuit financing by third parties is a mushrooming business that only gained prominence in the 1990s. There was and is a vital need for interim funding for plaintiffs whose ....
  • Personal Injury Funding
    Personal Injury Funding for Worthy CasesPersonal injury funding is critical in complex claims, such as toxic substances, medical malpractice, and drug reactions. These claims involve lengthy investig....
  • Lawsuit Loans
    Lawsuit Money is Not Lawsuit Loans Lawsuit loans would raise legal issues that the Ohio Supreme Court raised about champerty, the English common law rule against the sale of any interest in a lawsuit ....
  • Personal Injury Lawsuit
    Personal Injury Lawsuit Brings CompensationA personal injury lawsuit is intended to provide money damages or compensation from the defendant to the plaintiff, who was injured. Judging how much money ....