Clergy Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Loans
Pre Settlement Funding on Clergy Abuse Cases
TriMark provides cash advances to survivors awaiting clergy abuse settlements.
TriMark Legal Funding is one of America’s foremost plaintiff legal funding companies. We provide risk-free cash advances to survivors awaiting a Catholic church sexual abuse lawsuit settlement.
Lawsuit Advances on Clergy Abuse Settlements
When you’re waiting for your attorney to negotiate your clergy abuse lawsuit settlement, it’s not unusual to fall behind on your bills.
If you’re involved in a church abuse lawsuit or settlement negotiations and are behind on bills, a lawsuit cash advance from TriMark Legal Funding could be the hand-up you need.
You could catch up on bills and regain control of your finances until your attorney finishes negotiating the maximum compensation you deserve.
Pre-Qualify For Legal Funding Now
✔️ Are you a clergy sexual abuse survivor?
✔️ Are you represented by a contingent fee attorney?
✔️ Are you at least 18 years old today?
✔️ Are you behind on bills and need help fast?
If you answered yes to all four questions, there’s a good chance you’re already qualified for a lawsuit cash advance from TriMark Legal Funding.
Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance against a portion of your future clergy sexual abuse settlement award.
There are no monthly payments and your approval is based on the strength of your case, not your credit score. Best of all, you only repay the advance if, and when, your case is resolved successfully.
Get the money you need now to keep your head above water and then relax while your attorney finishes negotiating the maximum compensation you deserve.
Clergy Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Funding FAQ
A: Legal funding is a risk-free cash advance that provides immediate financial relief to injured plaintiffs. They’re easy to qualify for, there are no credit checks, and they are only repaid after the case is resolved successfully.
A: If you’re thinking about getting a lawsuit cash advance on your case, it makes sense to be concerned about the cost.
The short answer is “it depends”. Read more
Sexual Misconduct Definition:
ANY unwelcome behavior of a sexual nature that is directed against either an unwilling recipient or a recipient who is incapable of giving knowing consent.
Important Notice: Civil vs Criminal
Many types of sexual misconduct are crimes that can be prosecuted under either civil law or criminal law.
- Civil lawsuits
Results in monetary penalties like settlements and jury verdicts
- Criminal lawsuits
Results in civic penalties like prison, probation, and restitution
IMPORTANT: TriMark can only offer legal funding on civil lawsuits, i.e. where the plaintiff is represented by a contingent fee attorney who has filed a lawsuit against a sufficiently-insured or self-insured defendant that will pay a monetary settlement or jury award at the conclusion of litigation.
More Resources On Clergy Sexual Abuse
Catholic clergy sexual abuse is a sickening and reprehensible global catastrophe of truly epic proportions and it seems to have engulfed the entire world.
Our blog has an ever-expanding trove of excellent articles where you can learn more.
Here are a few examples:
- Lawsuit alleges sexual abuse of student at Holbrook Catholic school in 1980s
- Seattle archdiocese settles sexual abuse lawsuit for $725,000
- Phil Saviano, Survivor of Clergy Sex Abuse, Dies at 69
- North Carolina Diocese, Priest Named in Sexual Abuse Lawsuit
- ‘They Knew And They Let It Happen To Kids
- What to Know About Priest Sexual Abuse in New York
- Wealthy Catholic Donor Offered Money To Make Sex Abuse Complaints Go Away
- Catholic religious order Society of the Divine Word exporting abusive priests
- New Diocese list of abusers includes 16 former local priests
- St. Therese no stranger to clergy sexual abuse
- Settlement helping victim of Colorado Catholic priest abuse start a new life
- Church Official Warns of Financial Flood from Clergy Sex Abuse Claims
- Lawsuit accuses Tucson priests of sexually abusing minors in southern Arizona
- Alleged teen rape by Lapeer County priest in 2010 covered up by Archdiocese of Detroit
- New clergy sex abuse claims against archdiocese pour in as filing deadline arrives
- Boston Archdiocese list of priests accused of abuse does not include already settled cases
- Catholic church pays $2 million to settle local priest sexual abuse cases
- Paul Shanley, ‘poster boy’ of clergy sexual abuse scandal, dead at 89
- Catholic Priests Abused 1,000 Children in Pennsylvania
- Hundreds of church sex abuse victims continue to come forward
- Camden NJ Diocese settles abuse claims
- Church allowed abuse by priest for years
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