Burlington County Lawsuit Funding Provides Plaintiff Support
Burlington County lawsuit loans provide financial support to plaintiffs who need cash while they wait for their lawsuits to resolve. Settlement funding is a valuable tool to level the playing field between individual plaintiffs and the financially strong insurance companies which defend these claims.
Burlington County Location and Background
Burlington County stretches from the Delaware River in the west and to the eastern part of the state near the Atlantic Ocean. In the north, Burlington County borders Mercer and Monmouth counties. In the south, Burlington borders Atlantic and Camden counties. Ocean County lies to the east. Burlington County consists of urban, suburban and farmland areas. Additionally, part of the Pine Lands are also contained in Burlington County at Wharton State Forest. Also at Wharton, is Batso Village, which produced iron products beginning in 1766. The facilities helped supply the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War.
Mt. Holly is the county seat and considered a suburb of Philadelphia. Mt. Holly is home to the Superior Court of New Jersey, Burlington County. Nearby is the historic Smithville Mansion, which began as a small mill operation on the Rancocas Creek to a major industrial plant employing hundreds of workers in its shops and yards from the 1860s to the 1920s. Smithville Mansion is listed on the both the National and New Jersey’s Registers of Historic Places.
The Burlington County Bridge Commission maintains the Tacony–Palmyra Bridge and the Burlington–Bristol Bridge, both of which cross the Delaware River into the Philadelphia area. These river crossings provide an easy means to travel from Pennsylvania to New Jersey as millions of people every year use Burlington County roads.
Burlington County Lawsuits
The sheer number of Burlington County travelers brings dangerous conditions on roadways and thus more accidents. This is especially true in the summer months when travel peaks. According to the NJ Department of Transportation, Burlington County had almost 9,000 crashes in 2020 and over 11,000 in 2019. Of those crashes, over 2,000 reported injuries in 2020.
Unexpected accidents (car accidents, slip and falls, and others) can result in serious injuries. Injured victims often file lawsuits seeking compensation. The legal process takes time however, as case numbers overwhelm the limited resources of civil courts. Unfortunately, plaintiffs often wait years before their claims resolve even if the cases are easily proven.
To make matters worse, many injured plaintiffs are no longer able to work. This leaves many searching for means to make ends meet on a monthly basis. Insurance companies know this situation well as they make “low-ball” settlement offers to capitalize on the situation. Many succumb to the pressure and accept less than they deserve simply to keep the lights on.
Burlington County lawsuit loans attempt to solve this problem.
What are Burlington County Lawsuit Loans?
Lawsuit loans are when plaintiffs sell a portion of their lawsuit settlement in return for immediate cash. Lawsuit loans are used to pay:
- past debts
- surgical and other medical treatment
- housing payments
- car payments or other transportation costs
- and more. . .
There are no restrictions on Burlington County lawsuit loans. The money can be used in any manner.
Differences between loans and lawsuit loans
Lawsuit loans are not “loans” in the traditional sense since repayment depends on winning the case. Instead, plaintiffs sell a part of the settlement ahead of time. If the case is lost, the lawsuit loan is not repaid. A lawsuit lender cannot pursue the plaintiff personally for repayment. The lawsuit proceeds must be the source of the repayment. Thus, Burlington County lawsuit loans are known as non-recourse funding.
Burlington County, NJ Towns and Cities
Burlington County consists of 40 municipalities. Burlington County lawsuit loans are available in the following cities:
- Bass River
- Bordentown city
- Bordentown township
- Burlington city
- Burlington township
- Edgewater Park
- Maple Shade
- Medford Lakes
- Mount Holly
- Mount Laurel
- New Hanover
- North Hanover
- Pemberton borough
- Pemberton township
Getting Started with Burlington County Lawsuit Loans
To be eligible for Burlington County lawsuit loans you must:
- have a pending claim
- be over the age of 18 and
- be represented by an attorney.
The lawsuit funding process is easy and begins with a Quick Application. After we speak to you about your options, we contact your attorney to discuss the details of your case. Once approved, you sign and return the funding agreement. When received, you receive your lawsuit loan. It’s really that simple!
If you were involved in an accident or other civil litigation, have an attorney and want to get cash prior to settlement, Fair Rate Funding can help you!
When financial strain forces you to consider accepting less than you deserve, don’t wait – call Fair Rate and let us help you.