Sex Abuse Lawsuit Loans Help Plaintiffs
Sex abuse lawsuits take time. Plaintiffs simply cannot expect to receive fair compensation quickly in the United States court system. The process is too complicated and system too bogged down with cases. Sex abuse lawsuit loans level the playing field and allow plaintiffs to wait out the process to get the maximum available under the law.
Sex Abuse Law – a Plea for Justice
Sexual abuse is any type of illegal or coerced sexual conduct against another individual. A variety of different offenses are included such as:
- Indecent exposure
- Sexual harassment
- Sexual battery
- Inappropriate touching
- Forcing another to watch or participate in pornography
- Sexualizing minors
- and more . . .
Most of the above are actual criminal acts. Sexual conduct is criminal if the conduct is non-consensual.
Civil Cases Involving Sexual Conduct
Because non-consensual sexual conduct is criminal, justice is handled in the criminal courts. That is, it is up to the government to decide where, when and how to prosecute offenders.
Sexual abuse victims also have the right to seek monetary compensation by filing a civil lawsuit. A civil lawsuit is one which is brought by an individual against another party or parties who harmed the plaintiff. In addition to criminal charges, those accused of sexual misconduct can also expect a civil case to be brought by their victims.
In civil cases, plaintiffs must prove that:
- plaintiff was harmed
- it was the defendant(s) fault
- monetary compensation can at least partially make plaintiff whole again
It should be noted that plaintiffs have to prove their case before the court and must do so by a “preponderance of the evidence” standard. Contrast this with the “beyond a reasonable doubt” standard the State must meet in criminal cases.
Sex Abuse Lawsuits Take Time
Plaintiffs can expect a long, arduous legal process when they pursue a sexual abuse civil lawsuit. Sexual abuse lawsuits can take YEARS to resolve. Defendants (and/or their insurers) use legal tactics to delay the eventual payoff. Although legal rules are designed to get to the truth, implementing these rules takes time. Use of the rules simply drags the case along.
The extra time leaves some plaintiffs facing financial hardship, especially when plaintiffs must miss time from work due to injury, treatment, court proceedings, etc. Insurers know this, and often use the opportunity to settle the case for much less than fair compensation.
When such a scenario exists, sexual abuse lawsuit loans can be a financial lifeline.
What are Sex Abuse Lawsuit Loans?
Sexual abuse lawsuit loans are financial transactions where plaintiffs “sell” a portion of their future settlement to lawsuit “lenders” in exchange for immediate cash. These are essentially cash advances on the future settlement. Plaintiffs use lawsuit loans for a variety of reasons. Some of these include:
- mortgage or rent payments
- food and everyday living expenses
- car payment/repair
- child support
- credit card payments
- past debts
- and others . . .
There are actually no restrictions on the use of a sex abuse lawsuit loan. The money is yours so you can use it at your own discretion.
How Sex Abuse Settlement Loans Work
Sex abuse settlement loans are not technically loans. They are a sale of a portion of your future settlement. Because of this, lawsuit funding is “non-recourse”. This means the funding company cannot pursue you personally for repayment. Instead, the settlement money itself must be used to pay. Accordingly, if you do not get an award or settlement, the lawsuit loan is NOT repaid.
This structure has the added benefit of making other credit type inquiries irrelevant. Credit scores, income and employment verification and asset valuation are not used to determine sex abuse lawsuit loan eligibility.
Lawsuit Loan Process
The process itself is simple. Simply contact us online or give us a call at 888-964-2224. You will get a real person on the phone, not an automated system. Our representative will ask a few questions and answer any you might have.
From there, we contact your attorney and discuss the merits of your case. This is done with your permission.
Once approved, a contract is forwarded for your review and signature. A copy is forwarded to your lawyer(s) as well. Attorneys must cooperate with lawsuit funding since they are ones who actually repay the advance.
When all the paperwork is in order, we send you money via overnight courier or electronic bank transfer. It’s that simple.
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