Since 2001, National Lawsuit Funding has been the premier location for EASY and QUICK lawsuit advances. We fund motor vehicle and slip & fall cases from a variety of states by speaking to the client and attorney and assessing the value of the case. We do not need medical documentation sent to us from your attorney. A simple phone call, 5 minutes of your time, 5 minutes of your attorney’s time, and that’s it!
You can do this online on our website or over the phone! We require you to provide us with a few details about your case, your contact information, and your attorney’s contact information.
After receiving your application, we will immediately contact your lawyer to get more information about your case.
As soon as we get the case specifics we need from your lawyer, we can approve you. We will send both you and your attorney our agreement via an e-signature service, and as soon as you both sign, we can get you a direct deposit or check within 1 day!
No. Some states do not permit this type of funding agreement. As of this year, those states are: Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont. Also, if your attorney controls the settlement check in the workman's comp case then we can fund. We are not licensed in Indiana and do not fund to Indiana plaintiffs, claimants, or demandants in civil proceedings.
Rates are determined by the underwriting team. Risk plays a large role in the process. The closer you are to settlement, the less the fee's will be!
Our funding team does not like to advance more than 10% (TEN PERCENT) of the potential settlement.
This depends on YOU and YOUR ATTORNEY. Our funders work on an "ASAP" basis. If you and your attorney respond to our calls/emails/texts you can have an answer in as little as 20 minutes
Not a problem. We do not accept partial payments but we do accept you to pay off the full balance of your advance, at any time, in certified funds.
Depends on your case. Are you still treating? How high are your medical bills? Is the other party 100% at fault? Did you have any insurance coverage to help with the medical bills? A lot of questions to ask before we can determine the amount. Usually, we do not advance more than 10% of what your future settlement MIGHT be.
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“My attorney loved them, he didn’t have to fax anything over. Just one call and done.”
“I got a direct deposit the next morning in my account. No problems at all.”