Salem County Lawsuit Loans Help Plaintiffs
Salem County lawsuit loans provide immediate cash to plaintiffs while they wait for their settlements. They are lawsuit settlement advances whose purpose is to avoid plaintiffs from having to accept less than fair compensation simply because immediate financial problems.
More About Salem County
Salem County is located in southwestern New Jersey and is the westernmost county in the state. To the east is Cumberland County and the northern boundary is Camden County. West of Salem County lies the Delaware River and then the state of Delaware. Salem County consists largely of farmland, suburban and urban areas. It is the state’s least populated county with only 64,837 residents according to the 2020 United States Census. The county seat is the City of Salem, and houses county offices and the Superior Court of New Jersey, Salem County.
The Old Salem Courthouse is the 2nd oldest courthouse in the United States, is of historical significance. Not only was the site the scene of the treason trials of 1778, but also the site of local horticulturalist, Robert Gibbon Johnson‘s exhibition proving of the edibility of tomatoes. The vegetable was largely thought poisonous at the time.
Salem County is also home to the Delaware Memorial Bridge, linking Interstate 95 from New Jersey to New Castle, Delaware.
Salem County Lawsuits and Funding
Although Salem County is NJ’s least populated county, accidents still happen. According to the NJ Department of Transportation noted that Salem County had over 1,400 crashes in 2020 with over 400 reporting injuries.
Accidents give rise to accident lawsuits as injured victims seek compensation. Fortunately, society protects injured parties when they are injured through no fault of their owe. Once protection is recognizing negligence lawsuits. That’s the good news.
The bad news is that lawsuits can take several years to conclude leaving many injured plaintiffs facing financial turmoil while they wait for their day in court. This is especially true if a plaintiff’s earning capacity has diminished due to the accident.
The bills keep piling up leaving many plaintiffs seeking a solution other than accepting a less than favorable settlement simply to make ends meet. Salem County lawsuit loans are one such solution.
What is a Salem County Lawsuit Loan?
Lawsuit loans are advances on a potential settlement. They are specialty financial transactions where a plaintiff sells a portion of the future proceeds of a lawsuit in exchange for an immediate sum of cash. Salem County lawsuit loans were designed to help plaintiffs access their case’s value ahead of time.
If the case is successful, the lawsuit loan is repaid by plaintiff’s attorney. If the case is lost, the lawsuit “loan” is not repaid. Since repayment is dependent upon a successful recovery, they are not actually loans in the traditional sense.
Lawsuit loans can be used for any expenditure. Most clients use lawsuit loans to pay:
- living expenses
- past debts
- medical bills
- school tuition
- housing costs
- transportation costs
- and more. . .
In fact, there are absolutely no restrictions on the use of Salem County lawsuit funding. The money can be use in any way you see fit. After all, it is YOUR money!
If you want to learn more about lawsuit loans, give us a call or simply browse around this website. Here you will find answers to frequently asked questions regarding Salem County lawsuit loans.
If You Have Any Questions, Call 888-964-2224
Salem County, NJ Municipalities
Salem County consists of 15 municipalities. Salem County lawsuit loans are available in the following areas:
- Pittsgrove Township
- Carneys Point
- Penns Grove
- Pilesgrove Township
- Upper Pittsgrove
- Alloway Township
- Quinton Township
- Mannington Township
- Oldmans Township
- Lower Alloways Creek
- Elsinboro Township
Getting Started with Salem County Lawsuit Loans
The process of obtaining a Salem County lawsuit loan is very simple. We can have cash in your hands in as little as 24 hours. Simply contact us and start the lawsuit funding process. With your permission, we contact your attorney and review the details of the case. Once approved, we send you a contract. Once executed, we send your cash via wire or overnight carrier. For more information about how lawsuit funding works, click here.
Call us to get started. Tell us your story. We can help.