If you’re in the middle of pursuing a claim because of injuries you suffered due to another person’s negligence, such as a personal injury lawsuit or a medical malpractice lawsuit, you may find that you are in need of immediate financial assistance, and DRB has a service that can assist you in getting the help you need, through its affiliate USClaims.
What is Pre-Settlement Funding?
Because many cases can take a very long time to be resolved, victims of personal injury, medical malpractice, and other types of law suits may find themselves in need of money before they receive any settlement or judgment. If you need cash before your case is resolved, you have come to the right place; we offer the option to receive an advance of up to 20% of the amount of money you’re anticipating to receive from your lawsuit.
Pre-settlement funding, however, is not a loan. That means that we will only be paid back if you actually receive a recovery from your case. If you do not receive any money from your case, then we don’t get paid back.
What Kinds of Cases Qualify for Pre-Settlement Funding?
We can assist many people with pre-settlement funding, or in other words, with a cash advance from the settlement or judgment you’re expecting to receive for your injuries. If you’re not certain what category your lawsuit falls under, contact one of our representatives who can verify the details of your case and let you know if you qualify.
How Long is The Pre-Settlement Funding Process?
While the process may take longer or shorter periods of time depending upon your specific situation and case, we can give you a pre-settlement cash advance in as little as 24 hours from the time that we receive documents about your case. If you’re in need of pre-settlement lawsuit funding for one of any number of reasons, it’s a good idea to get in touch with an account executive and find out if your case qualifies for the assistance you need.
Why Should I Get Pre-Settlement Funding?
Pre-settlement funding is one way that people can get by while they’re waiting for the bigger amount of money they expect from a personal injury or other type of lawsuit settlement. The sad fact is that trials can take months or years to be completed, and even once the initial trial is over, you may have to wait an even longer time if the insurance company appeals the judgment. This can leave you in a difficult place, because your injuries may have made it impossible to work or get back to normal after your accident or injury, and with each passing day you’re going more in debt. Pre-settlement funding gives you the chance to keep your life managed while you’re waiting for the trial to end.