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Posted on April 21, 2011 by emorgan

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How has Helped Me

Posted on April 21, 2011 by emorgan

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A Mother’s Experience with

Posted on April 21, 2011 by emorgan

I contacted my attorney after my injury. I was having some really hard times financially, and after contacting several other companies, my attorney recommended, and struggling with all my bills and the kids and financially just having a hard time. The guys, they really helped me out they’re good people, and honest and trustworthy. I would definitely call them again if I ever needed to.

Mark’s Experience with

Posted on April 21, 2011 by emorgan

HI My name is Mark, and I used Fast Lawsuit lending when I was in need of funds. All I had to do was contact my attorney and that was really simple and easy. It only took a matter of not even a day and I had the fund available in my account. I can’t say anymore about everyone, Brad over there, he did a great job. He is very courteous with my personal information. When I asked him question, he didn’t hesitate to answer any question I had. All Igot to say is Fast LawsuitLending did me a really reallygood deed. I am not a paid endorser. I’m doing this because I want to because he did such a good job, He is very courteous. It was like having friend doing a favor for you. So all I have to say is Fast Lawsuit Lending is probably the best place and the only place I would ever do this with ever again. Not that I’m gonna have that many lawsuits in the future but if I doI would definitely use Fast Lawsuit Lending.

How Lawsuit Funding can help an Assault and Battery Complaint

Posted on April 19, 2011 by emorgan

Being a victim of battery and assault is not joke. It usually entails a considerable time spent in the hospital feeling pain and stress. The ramifications of assault and battery are not just physical – it is also financial (with the medical bills and therapy expenses) and emotional (the trauma and the fear, not just for you but also for your family).

If you are a victim of assault and battery, you don’t have to remain a victim. You can fight back and make sure that the ones that hurt you meet the justice that they so deserve. An assault and battery complaint would usually involve a civil case with a personal injury settlement. In a civil case, you can pursue financial compensation from the guilty party to cover for damages and injuries – including physical and mental trauma that you suffered during and after the assault or battery.

As a victim of assault and battery, one may sustain:

- Back, shoulder or neck injuries

- Broken bones

- Broken or injured arms or legs

- Head injury, including brain damage

- Wounds sustained from a knife or bullets

- Injuries to the spine

Battery vs. Assault

Although these two are terms are often used together, they don’t mean the same thing.

Assault This is defined as verbal and/or implied threats where you have sufficient reason to fear for your life or safety. A threat to do physical harm to someone is concerned unlawful. Even though the one who threatened you with physical harm did not actually physically touch you, if the one who threatened you had the ability to go through with the threat and had the real intent to harm you, this can constitute as an assault. For example, if someone brandished a gun, pointed it at you and told you that he was going to shoot you and you knew he had every intention of doing so (and in fact he really attempted to shoot you), you have just cause to file for assault.

There are different levels and kinds of assault cases:

- Assault with a deadly weapon. Threats accompanied by the brandishing of a weapon such as a knife or gun.

- Domestic assault. Verbal threats to harm and injure coming from a member of the household or family

- Sexual assault. A threat to do unwanted sexual advances or acts without the person’s consent

Battery This is defined as unwelcome, illegal and wrong touching or striking a person with the attempt to inflict harm. Examples can extend to being slapped, punched in the face and even spitting on another person.

There are different levels and kinds of battery cases:

- Aggravated battery. A threat using a weapon which was carried out, which harmed and injured the person

- Domestic assault and battery. A threat which was made and carried out and resulted in the injury of the victim. This involves physical force which was done by a member of the household or family

- Sexual assault and battery. A threat that was made and carried out. This involves unwelcome sexual acts on the victim with the use of force.

Assault and battery cases may not be easily settled if you had to go into court. There may be attempts to settle out of court, but if both parties cannot agree with the settlement, it may go to trial where you may have to wait for months or even years for the case to settle.

Meanwhile, you have hospital and therapy bills to pay, financial problems because you may have been unable to work because of your injuries, as well as the mounting expenses for your lawsuit. It is actually unfair that you have to go through all these suffering and hassles when the situation is not even your fault. However, you also don’t want the guilty party to get away with it easily by offering you a lowball settlement at a time when you need money the most. Because of the pain, injury and trauma you suffered, you should push to get the maximum damages against the one who hurt and harmed you.

Lawsuit Funding

Lawsuit funding can help sustain your financial needs so that you can see the lawsuit through the end. With the funds you get from a settlement funding or lawsuit cash advance, you can settle your hospital bills, pay for your everyday expenses and fund your lawsuit.

Pre-settlement funding is not a loan, although it is sometimes referred to as a lawsuit loan. With a loan, you need to show proof that you can pay your loan by showing documents such as your credit rating or your employment records. However, since you are injured, you may have lost your job. Consequently, you may have had taken a hit on your credit rating. These two factors may prevent you from taking out a loan.



Wrongful Termination and Lawsuit Funding

Posted on April 16, 2011 by emorgan

You think all you had to do was work hard, toe the corporate line and you get to keep your job and enjoy the occasional promotions. However, much to your dismay, you suddenly found yourself out of a job and not quite sure you understand why, or you know exactly why you were terminated and you also know that the reason violates your rights as an employee.

The law protects against wrongful termination, ensuring that employees don’t fall prey to the whims of an employer who may just decide to terminate an employee without just cause. Wrongful terminations have become a common problem in the United States, especially in today’s economic downturn.

What constitutes a Wrongful Termination?

Don’t be one of them! Know and protect your rights!

When you are employed, it will be helpful for you to know your rights with regards to your employment to make sure that these rights are properly protected and you can seek redress if ever these rights are violated by your company.

“Wrongful termination” is defined as:

- Termination without sufficient reason

- Termination due to discrimination (including racial discrimination, age discrimination or discrimination arising from differences in political opinion, religion or sexual orientation)

- Termination due to retaliation, where an employee has reported a company’s illegal act/s or has already filed a complaint against the employer

- Termination due to the employee’s refusal to follow orders that require him to commit illegal acts

- Termination which is not according to the termination procedures as outlined in the employee handbook

- Termination involving defamation of character, where an employee is maligned or intentionally defamed in order to excuse or justify his termination. One example would be when the employer makes false accusations against the employee (that he is guilty of misdirection of funds).

- Termination due to a breach of contract (whether explicit or implicit).

- Termination as an attempt to avoid providing monetary awards to employees who have worked in the company for a long time (i.e. terminating an employee who has worked with the company for many years to avoid paying retirement benefits).

- Resignation of the employee due to the fact that the employer made working conditions intolerable for the employee.   (The employee must show that any reasonable employee will also quit under those conditions). This is called constructive discharge.

Wrongful termination is NOT:

- Firing of employees that do not have a contract with the employer (for states with an “at will policy”)

- Termination of the employee due to downsizing as a response to the economic crunch

- Termination of the employee due to the employee’s misconduct or mistakes

- Termination of the employee who has a contract where there is an “escape clause” where each of the parties can end the contract at any time

The Challenges of Wrongful Termination Complaints

Filing a wrongful termination complaint is a slow, complicated and arduous process. For one, a single employee may find it hard to go head to head with a big company. Also, there are difficulties with filing your complaint.

Here’s the general process of filing a complaint:

- Determine whether you have a case. If what happened to you can fall under one of the definitions of wrongful termination, then you may have a case. Personally, you should be familiar with the employment laws at your state. Please remember that the laws regarding employment and terminations may vary from state to state. Also, consult an attorney.

- Gather materials you can use for your complaint. Important materials will include the employee handbook, your employment records (some of which you will have a copy) such as the job offer letter, the contract, documents regarding your promotions, performance assessments, time sheets and other documents that can show that you have been steadily promoted or rewarded due to good performance. Your attorney will help in building your case.

- File the complaint with the proper office. With your attorney’s help, you can file the initial complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, particularly if your case is related to harassment or discrimination. You may need to file with the EEOC before you can file a lawsuit in court. Please remember, there is a time limit for you to file the complaint.

- Submit your complaint to the Clerk of Court. The clerk will receive these documents, make copies of the complaint, put on the time-stamp and date on the copies and put the original documents in the courthouse file.

- A civil summons will be served. This will be provided to both the complainant and the defendant. The employer (who is the defendant in this case) will be provided with enough time to give their response. If the defendant is not able to provide their answer to the complaint on time, a default judgment will be given in the favor of the complainant.

- Go through the process of filing a complaint in court. This will include pleadings and responses from both the complainant and the defendant. There is also the discovery process, where both sides build their case by gathering information. This includes taking depositions, subpoenas and other processes involved in getting testimony from witnesses, looking into physical evidence and documents that the other party will use and interrogatories. During this time one party may try to settle the complaint.

- Proceed with the trial process until the judgment is given. If all attempts to settle the complaint fail, then the trial proceeds, the two sides will present their witnesses and arguments until a judgment is issued.

As you can see ,the process is not easy, not is it cheap. You may find a good lawyer who will be willing to take you on a contingent basis, or a lawyer who will charge by the hour or a combination of both. But you will also need money for court-related expenses such as the taking of depositions, the fees for filing or getting transcripts, as well as the fees of expert witnesses and the costs of making copies of the documents.

A lawsuit will drain you financially. And if you have been terminated, you may still be in the process of getting a job. So the common situation is that you are without a job and without income to sustain your lawsuit, as well as your everyday needs. A wrongful termination complaint may stretch on for years.  While you are waiting for the settlement, you may face a series of financial difficulties that you are unable to settle.

This is where lawsuit funding can help.

Lawsuit Funding

Lawsuit settlement funding enables you to wait until your lawsuit is settled, rather than be tempted with accepting a lowball settlement from the other side. The money from settlement funding can be used to fund your lawsuit, as well as cover your household expenses and pay for existing debts.

Take note that although this is called a lawsuit loan or lawsuit settlement advance, this is unlike a loan where your employment and credit rating is examined to determine whether you are eligible for a loan. With lawsuit funding, the funding is based on the strength of your case. And if the lawsuit fails to settle, you don’t have to pay back anything.

Get help in your lawsuit – contact us and we can help you get started with getting the funding you need!


Sexual Harassment and Lawsuit Funding

Posted on April 13, 2011 by emorgan

In spite of a heightened consciousness and more concerted effort on the part of the employer to prevent such cases, sexual harassment still happens. There are laws being enacted in states that aim to protect against sexual harassment, with stringent punishments to those who are found guilty.

And brave victims have come forward to fight for their rights and cease to become victims. Rather, they have filed lawsuits to make sure that justice is served and the guilty party punished for his crimes.

Here are some examples:

  • Gretna, Louisiana. A woman received a $100,000 settlement from a sexual harassment lawsuit where she was dismissed due to her refusal to have sexual relations with the boss.
  • Jersey City, New Jersey. Another complainant has received a settlement of $300,000 from a sexual harassment lawsuit involving allegations of sexual harassment done by multiple employees, including a director and assistant CEO.
  • Washington, D.C. President Clinton went under fire due to sexual harassment allegations by Paul Jones, who claimed that Clinton asked for sexual favors and also exposed himself. The case (which did not even get filed as a formal lawsuit) was settled for $850,000. This was the start of President Clinton’s troubles, which eventually ended with his impeachment.

These (and many more) have decided to stand up and fight against their abusers. They have shown that people don’t have to choose between the prospect of losing their job or accepting sexual abuse. As a result, the companies they fought against had to make sure that their employees undergo training regarding sexual harassment and unlawful retaliation.

Sexual Harassment Defined

Sexual harassment may fall into two main categories: quid pro quo sexual harassment or hostile environment sexual harassment.

The first would cover:

  • requests for sexual favors
  • unwelcome sexual advances
  • continued physical or verbal conduct that is sexual in nature

where the rejection or submission of these will (whether implicitly or explicitly) affect an individual’s employment. In short, the abuser promises the victim with advancement or threatens the loss of a job if the victim refuses his advances.

Hostile environment sexual harassment may involve building a working environment that is made unbearable due to

  • a colleague or a boss’ unwanted and unwelcome sexual advances
  • inappropriate touching
  • abusive behavior – either demonstrated verbally or sexually
  • language that is offensive (sexual comments and innuendos, lewd jokes)
  • Rape
  • Sexual assault or battery
  • Hostile work environment

Please note that definitions of sexual harassment may vary from state to state.

And complainants are not just women – there are also men that have come out to file sexual harassment complaints against colleagues and bosses. The victim does not need to be someone of the opposite sex. Also, one can complain of sexual harassment even if that person is not directly the one being harassed but is someone that is affected by the sexual or offensive behavior.

Sexual harassment is a matter that should not be taken lightly. It not only affects the person’s work performance and eventually causes an individual to lose his or her job, but it can result in scarring that can prevent one from keeping another job. The psychological damage that it can do can be quite serious and destructive. A victim can suffer from stress, depression, nightmares or sleeplessness, stomach problems, loss of motivation, loss of self-esteem, increased blood pressure and sexual problems. A victim can also have feelings of betrayal, powerlessness, violation or anger. Other effects may be divorce or even suicide.

What happens in a sexual harassment lawsuit?

If you feel that you are in a situation that can be constituted as sexual harassment, you should immediately consult an attorney to provide you with the advice that will best protect your rights and interests.

The process will involve:

- Filing the complaint before a government agency (such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission)

- Filing a lawsuit in court (upon the failure of the government agency to satisfactorily resolve the complaint)

- Serving of the complaint to other party and response from the other party (The other party may respond by filing a motion to throw the complaint out or a response denying or admitting the allegations. The other party may also answer with a counterclaim against the complainant.)

- Discovery, where both parties can get information and proof needed to build the case. This may involve depositions and interrogatories.

- Trial

As you can see, with all the flurry of motions, counter-motions, responses, depositions and other legal maneuvers, sexual harassment lawsuits can take years and can be financially draining. It may be tempting for a complainant to settle with the other party just to get it over with, even when the complainant knows that the settlement is far less than the actual worth of the lawsuit.

In the meantime, other bills may be mounting, the complainant may have lost his or her job and find it hard to find another one and may be facing financial problems related to the case.

How Lawsuit Funding can Help Your Case

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse settlement funding that is given based on the merits of your case. The funding can help ensure that the complainant has the funds to continue with the lawsuit and work to get justice for the crime committed. A complainant may not have to settle for a smaller amount because he or she has the means to pay off bills, continue to spend for legal expenses and basically, be financially stable while the verdict has not come in.

Although lawsuit funding is often referred to as lawsuit settlement advance or lawsuit loans, this is actually far from being a loan. Whereas a loan is based on one’s financial and employment status, lawsuit settlement funding is based on the strength of the lawsuit. Also, a loan is something one has to repay while you only have to pay the lawsuit funding company if you win the case or if a settlement is made. If, by any chance, the case is not settled or it is lost, there is no obligation on your part to pay back the money you have received.

When you make an application for lawsuit funding, your case will be reviewed. With, you can actually get money in a jiffy. Once your application is approved, you can receive your cash without the need for a lot of documentation. Let us help you as you continue to stand up against abuse.


Key Things to Think About Lawsuit Funding

Posted on April 10, 2011 by emorgan

If you are a complainant in a lawsuit, you know how difficult it is to wait for the lawsuit to settle. A lawsuit will drain you not just emotionally and psychologically, but also financial. Even if your lawyer agrees to take the case on a contingent basis, there will still be some expenses linked towards court costs, getting depositions, providing money for the lawyers and investigators to do the legwork and paying the fees of expert witnesses.

There will be a strong temptation to settle the case, just because you want to move on to the next phase of your life and get that episode over with. There may also be financial constraints – bills that need paying, the loss of a job and its income, the need to fund the case.

Lawsuit funding will help you make the right decision (whether to settle or to continue with the case), the decision that is best for your interests and rights and not just a decision based on financial need.

However, before you make that decision to go for settlement funding or lawsuit cash advance, there are some things you need to consider:

1. Lawsuit funding ≠ Settlement. Even though you can get a substantial amount with lawsuit funding, it may not be enough to cover all your financial obligations. Lawsuit funding (sometimes called settlement advance) is based on the possible value of the lawsuit. As a general rule of thumb, the average one can get would be up to 10% of the appraised value of the case. The funding is not an alternative to a settlement. It works as an “advance” to provide you with funds while you’re waiting for your lawsuit to settle.

2. Lawsuit funding is not a loan. Although the terms “lawsuit funding” and “lawsuit loan” is used interchangeably, it is not a loan. Loans are given based on your ability to pay back the money. This may be based on your employment and credit standing. In contrast, lawsuit funding is given after your case is reviewed. There are no required credit or employment checks. Also, lawsuit funding is considered non-recourse funding. If the lawsuit fails to settle, you don’t have to pay for the money provided to you. It is similar to lawyers working on a case on a “contingency basis”, where payment is only required when the lawsuit wins or is settled.

3. Look at the fees before you agree. Prior to signing the dotted line, you should understand the fee structure of the lawsuit funding company. The charges are usually based on the strength of the case and the possibility that the case will settle. Look for a lawsuit funding company that is open and honest about their fees and will not surprise you with any hidden charges. Some of the fees include:

- Closing fees

- Documentation fees

- Fees for premature settlements

- Origination and underwriting fees

These fees are added on top of the funding.

4. Consider the cost of alternative funding – such as a loan. For one, a loan will require credit and employment checks. Also, loans will usually require you to start the monthly payments – and the monthly loan amortizations may be strenuous on the budget.

5. Requirement for disclosure. Lawsuit funding companies sometimes require your lawyer to provide information about the case. This allows the lawsuit funding company to evaluate the merits of your case. However, f you don’t want this level of disclosure, then you may not get the approval you want.

6. If your application is denied. The approval of lawsuit funding can be a good indication of whether a case is strong. However, it is not the only indication. It may be that the lawsuit funding company finds the advance you are asking for too high or the company is not interested in that type of case. This means that you may get a lower amount than what you are asking for, if your application is approved.

7. Signatories. You and your lawyer will sign the lawsuit funding agreement after your application is approved. Once all the things are put in place, you can have the cash in as quickly as 24 hours.

As in all decisions, it is important to consider what you are getting into so that you protect your best interest. It will also be helpful to get your lawyer’s advice regarding the matter.

Taking on the Big Guns: Commercial Litigation and Lawsuit Funding

Posted on April 7, 2011 by emorgan

Let’s face it. Lawsuits (or settlements) are sometimes not about the strength of your case and the validity of your arguments. The sad reality is that more often than not, the length of lawsuits is determined by how long the complainant can last.

The business world is not perfect, and sometimes, it’s a dog-eat-dog world. Some disagreements are bound to happen. You may have cause to file a lawsuit against a big corporation. But, commercial litigation can actually be a nightmare, especially if you’re taking on the big guns. It can actually be a very expensive affair. And, due to the fact that you may have limited resources while they have high-powered lawyers who can stretch the case for years, you are forced into an early settlement (for much less than what the case is worth) or give the case up altogether.

And while you’re busy with the litigation, you may be plagued by cash-flow issues. Add to these the possibility that your financiers will back out and customers will likewise be turned off. Indeed, if you are a small company, you may find that the lawsuit will put your fledgling business in danger. If you’re an employee who filed a lawsuit against your company, you may also face a scary prospect – drained finances, job opportunities that are few and far between and mounting bills with no financial lifeline in sight.

Cue Lawsuit Funding

If you are in this situation, stop and think about how lawsuit funding can help. Lawsuit funding can help you strengthen your position so that you don’t have to accept an early settlement and continue on with your quest for winning your case. Even though commercial litigation may be expensive, the potential worth of a lawsuit may reach well into the hundreds of thousands or even millions. That is, if you are able to hold out long enough.

What is Lawsuit Funding?

Lawsuit funding provides funds before a verdict is reached. It allows you to organize your resources and obtain the capital you need for the company even as you need to direct some funds for expenses related to the lawsuit. It allows you to concentrate on doing your business, without worrying how you can manage your cash flow. Commercial lawsuit settlement funding allows you and your lawyer to negotiate for a bigger cash settlement.

With commercial lawsuit funding, your company can:

  • Maintain operations – pay for your people, overhead, as well as variable and fixed costs related to your operations and production
  • Expand the business – invest in growing your business and thus keeping the confidence of your major stakeholders (your employees, investors, customers and creditors).
  • Service debts
  • Maintain the financial stability (both of the company and your personal finances)

Simply put, a complainant of a lawsuit who has decided to go for the big guns does not need to fear the prospect of losing their company, a company he has worked hard to establish.

How Lawsuit Funding can Help

Here are some of the ways that lawsuit funding can help in your commercial litigation:

1. Maintain normal cash flow and even have room for expansion. There is no need to tie up assets in loans.

2. Have money to strengthen the case – paying for trial costs, the fees of expert witnesses and costs related to getting depositions from witnesses.

3. Commercial lawsuit funding is non-recourse funding. This provides you with a win-win proposition. You only pay back the funding if you win the case or if you get into a settlement. In the event that the case is lost, there is no need to return the money you have received. Even though lawsuit funding is often called lawsuit cash advance or lawsuit settlement loan, it is different from a loan, where you have to pay back the money regardless of the results of the lawsuit.  And unlike a loan, the funding is based on the strength of the case and not the financial strength of the company.

4. Quick help. has a streamlined evaluation process that will allow you to receive your money in as quickly as 24 hours once your funding has been approved.

Coverage of Commercial Litigation

There is funding available for lawsuits involving:

  • Antitrust lawsuits
  • Breach of contract
  • Breach of intellectual property rights
  • Class Action suits
  • Copyright or patent infringement
  • Disputes with regards to contracts
  • Employee disputes – covering sexual or other kinds of harassment, discrimination or wrongful termination
  • Environmental litigation (Toxic chemicals)
  • Fraud
  • Franchise disputes and protection
  • Lost profits
  • Malpractice (Medical, Financial, Legal, Construction, Accounting, etc.)
  • Misappropriation of funds or theft
  • Product Liability
  • Real estate disputes
  • Securities Fraud
  • Wrongful death

Lawsuit funding, also referred to as a lawsuit loan can be that lifeline in a long and drawn-out storm. With lawsuit funding, your company can even come out stronger.

How Lawsuit Funding can Help Your Lawyer Get You the Best Settlement

Posted on April 4, 2011 by emorgan

Lawsuit funding offers a welcome lifeline at the time when a plaintiff needs cash the most. Lawsuit funding provides the plaintiff with the money that they can spend as they sees fit. More likely, this is to help cover medical bills, household expenses and legal costs.

But for this article, we will explore how lawsuit funding helps the lawyer. Yes, it’s not only the plaintiff that benefits from lawsuit funding. The fact that the plaintiff has received this funding will also affect how the lawyer can build the case.

So, how does lawsuit settlement funding help lawyers? Let us count the ways, shall we?

It helps plaintiffs withstand and survive a personal injury lawsuit. A lawyer can provide advice, but of course, the decision is up to the plaintiff. The plaintiff may decide to accept a settlement because of their financial situation. At a time when the plaintiff is severely injured, they may be temporarily or permanently disabled to the point that they have lost their job for a period of time or is on the way to losing it. The injuries will also mean that they have already spent quite an amount on medical costs (or are facing a whole lot of hospital bills). On top of this, they also want to ensure that their family’s needs are met, the mortgage or rental is paid and food is on the table. The financial pressure of all these may be too much that the plaintiff will say “yes” to a settlement that the lawyer knows is not in their best interest. With lawsuit funding, litigation can be continued without pressure on both the plaintiff and the lawyer so that the lawyer can fight for the maximum settlement.

It develops a good relationship with the client. During this time of need, a client will usually look to the lawyer for some financial help. In most cases, the client may request the lawyer for a loan – and the lawyer has to say no. Lawyers are not allowed to provide loans to their clients – this is prohibited by ethical rules in most states. A lawyer’s saying no may put a damper on his lawyer-client relationship. There are some states that allow lawyers to provide loans, but the money should be provided in advance without interest.

It helps the lawyer build a strong case. A lawsuit involves a lot of paperwork and legwork. Lawsuits involve taking depositions, hiring expert witnesses, getting tons of pictures of the scene of the accident, getting reports from applicable institutions and so on. The building of the case may be seriously hampered by the client’s financial situation. A lawyer can actually advance the cost of litigation and make it contingent upon the result of the lawsuit, but if the lawyer has financial limitations, this may also affect the case.

Getting the maximum settlement for the client is good for business. Word spreads. People talk about how this lawyer got the best settlement deal for their client. And more people who are thinking of filing a lawsuit will think about using this lawyer. And satisfied clients will also come back to the lawyer when they need legal advice and service and will direct their friends and loved ones to their attorney of choice.

Thus, settlement funding can be an effective tool, not just for the plaintiff/client but for the lawyer as well. provides you with fast and reliable pre-settlement lawsuit funding. We only need to talk to the lawyer to discuss the case and determine whether the client is eligible for the funding. This can help the lawyer and their client work to get the maximum settlement value.