Legal Funding for Workers Compensation Claims

How to Finance your Workers Comp Claim

Need funding to fight your lawsuit?

Legalist can provide capital for all litigation-related expenses and needs.

The goal of workers compensation is to financially provide for employees if they get injured on the job. It acts as health or life insurance should any employee get hurt or die a wrongful death while on the job. If you got injured on the job and have hired an attorney to litigate your workers compensation case, Legalist can provide you with a settlement advance against your workers comp case. Instead of waiting for your settlement to arrive in 1.5-2 years (the average length of litigation), Litigation can give you a portion of your future recovery within 24 hours of calling (415) 570-7878.

If youve been seriously injured, are currently involved in a drawn-out legal fight, have retained a contingent-fee attorney, have strong liability against a sufficiently insured defendant and youre in a financial bind because its taking forever to settle your case but you could really use some of your future settlement money now, we can help you.

This type of legal funding is offered as non-recourse loans which effectively means that the borrower is not obliged to repay the loan in the event of his/her losing the lawsuit. Instead of getting a mortgage, which may put your property at risk, legal funding reduces the risk that a plaintiff has in the event that their case loses and gives you the capital you need to survive. Additionally, the best legal funding companies do not run a credit check or income verification. However, you must produce an assessment of your suit from your attorney which will also carry the projected settlement value.

You have injuries you need to focus on, so avoiding a low cash flow emergency is not something you need on top of everything else. Workers compensation cases take time to settle, so its typical that plaintiffs need money to help them while the case is being litigated in court.

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