Lawsuit Loans | Litigation Loan Cash Advance | Litigation Financing

By: Lawmax  09-12-2011
Keywords: Personal Injury, cash advance, LAWSUIT

Our Services

We provide risk-free advances to plaintiffs in pending lawsuits, as well as their attorneys. You may be able to receive a cash advance months—or even years—before your case settles!

There are no applications fees, no credit check and no employment requirements. You do not even need to have a bank account. And there are no monthly payments! We are repaid from the proceeds of your lawsuit if you win your case or reach an out-of-court settlement.

We provide cash to many types of plaintiffs:

Personal Injury Plaintiffs: Receive a cash advance against the proceeds of a car accident, wrongful death, medical malpractice, products liability, industrial accident, premises or con­struction accident, or related lawsuit.

Worker's Compensation Cases: Get an advance against your workers' compensation case. LawMax is one of the few legal finance providers to fund workers' compensation cases. And while we are not able to provide funding for worker's comp claims across the country, we can provide it in 28 states. Call us today at 877-788-CASH to see if you qualify.

Business and Commercial Plaintiffs: Obtain an advance against a contract dispute, patent or trademark infringement, tortious inter­ference, other intellectual property, fraud or other commercial lawsuit claim.

Attorneys and Law Firms: Take an advance against your fees from a basket of pending lawsuits so you may more aggressively pursue those cases on behalf of your clients.

Divorce Plaintiffs: Receive an advance against the proceeds of your pending property settlement.

Estate Heirs: Get a cash advance against the proceeds of your future in­heritance.

Appellate Litigants: Receive an ad­vance against the proceeds of your civil case, either personal injury or com­mercial, while it works its way through the appeals process.

We also purchase structured settlements and lottery awards.

Keywords: cash advance, LAWSUIT, Personal Injury