Attorneys Benefit from Lawsuit Funding

The lawsuit funding business exists to offer clients the ability to financially withstand the litigation process.  The purpose of this article is to explore the ways in which lawsuit funding benefits attorneys. Helping Clients Because personal injury cases involve very serious medical conditions, plaintiffs frequently are unable to work.  This obviously creates financial pressure on…

Soft Tissue – Lawsuit Funding for Smaller Cases

Soft tissue lawsuit funding makes up a great deal of the lawsuit funding industry.  A large percentage of  applicants only apply for a small funding, sometimes less than $1,000.  While it may be true that even plaintiffs with very heavy injuries may only require a few additional dollars to meet their needs, the vast majority…

Lawsuit Settlement Funding – Filling a Need Caused by Settlement Delays

Lawsuit settlement funding companies field hundreds of questions each day.  One frequent question asked by plaintiffs is “Why do lawsuits take so long to finally a settlement?” Of course, there may be many reasons.  One major reason relates to the complexity of litigating a personal injury lawsuit.  Indeed, both plaintiffs and defendants must jump through…

Lawsuit Funding – The Effect of Previous Lawsuit Loans

Lawsuit Funding Buyouts Show Flexibility Often, clients receive lawsuit funding and later need more money than their original lawsuit cash advance.  Lawsuit funding companies usually give more money to a plaintiff/client with a strong enough case to justify the additional risk.  But the determination is subjective.  That is, the lawsuit funding company can simply refuse…

Lawsuit Funding NJ of Soft Tissue Cases

At Fair Rate Funding, we process over one thousand inquiries each month.  Our clients request funding amounts ranging from $1000 to $400,000.  Also, we routinely receive applications for lawsuit funding amounts of less than $1,000.  Although some plaintiffs with “heavy” cases may only need a few bucks, the majority of our clients who are approved…