Fortunately, many acclaimed spine surgeons are willing to perform procedures on a medical-lien basis.
No attorney wants to worry that the funding company it entrusts to help an injured client will not deliver a high level of service.
Victims of hit and run accidents are often in need of pre-settlement funding to hold them over until the liable party and ultimate settlement are sorted out.
Through no fault of his own, the husband is facing his worst-case scenario—a life without his wife, an inability to work and mounting debt.
Compounding interest on plaintiff funding can mean less funds for the injured client once a case settles.
Plaintiff funding companies are typically interested in a few simple issues, all related to the client's case.
Plaintiff funding is one way to reduce the financial pressure and enable your clients to better enjoy the holidays.
For those who live paycheck to paycheck, being unable to work for even a short amount of time can mean financial ruin--Rockpoint Legal Funding
The last thing plaintiffs need in this situation is a delay in funding. Prompt funding can mean the difference between keeping financial obligations current and drowning in debt.
Advancing or lending funds to a plaintiff has its risks and costs.
When clients know upfront exactly how much they will be paying for their advance, it is far less likely that there will be any surprises or unmet expectations.
Pre-settlement funding is one way to level the litigation playing field. When injured clients have funds available to pay for living expenses while their case is being resolved, they are less likely to push for an early settlement that is not in their best interest.
A pre-settlement funding agreement should not be another confusing document that your client has to decipher
Plaintiffs who can't work because of an injury can often quickly run through their savings while waiting for their case to navigate through the legal system. Borrowing funds to cover living expenses is often out of the question and impractical.
Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA) and Rockpoint Legal Funding aim to extend CAALA membership to non-attorney members.