Sexual Misconduct Settlement Loans

Have a Sexual Misconduct Lawsuit? Need Cash Now?

TriMark Legal Funding provides pre-settlement funding to injured plaintiffs nationwide.

Sexual Misconduct Lawsuit Cash Advances

Waiting on a sexual misconduct settlement? TriMark provides low-cost, risk-free pre-settlement funding to injured plaintiffs nationwide, often in under 24 hours.

Get Cash Now. It’s Fast, Easy and Discreet.

If you’re involved in any sort of sexual misconduct lawsuit or settlement negotiations and are behind on bills, a lawsuit cash advance from TriMark Legal Funding could help.

You could catch up on bills and regain control of your finances until your attorney finishes negotiating the maximum compensation you deserve.

✔️ Were you the victim of unwanted sexual misconduct?

✔️ 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, you could receive a settlement cash advance from TriMark Legal Funding in as little as 12 to 24 hours after you are approved!

Have Questions About Getting A Cash Advance?

Call us at (877) 932-2628 or send us your contact info and we’ll call you.

    Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance against a portion of your future sexual misconduct 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.

    Now that’s risk-free.

    Have Questions?
    Call and speak with one of our funding experts today.

    Common Forms of Sexual Misconduct

    TriMark can offer lawsuit cash advances

    Notice Box #1:

    “Sexual misconduct”, depending on the severity, is a type of crime that can be prosecuted under both civil law and criminal law.

    • Civil lawsuits result in penalties that are monetary, such as negotiated settlements and jury verdicts
    • Criminal lawsuits result in penalties such as prison sentences, probation, and restitution

    IMPORTANT: TriMark can only offer legal funding on civil lawsuits where the plaintiff is represented by a contingent fee attorney and there is clear liability against a sufficiently-insured defendant whose insurance company will pay a monetary settlement or jury award after they lose.

    Sexual Misconduct Meaning or Definition

    The phrase “sexual misconduct” is a blanket term that is commonly used to describe a whole range of bad behaviors.

    Since it covers so much territory, we will define sexual misconduct to mean the following, and then break it down into separate areas from there.

    Sexual Misconduct Definition

    Our definition of “sexual misconduct” is as follows:

    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.

    Sexual Abuse

    Sexual abuse refers to any type of sexual contact or sexual activity with a recipient who is coerced or is otherwise incapable of giving knowing consent.

    Sexual Assault

    Any sexual contact or behavior that occurs without the explicit consent of the recipient.

    • Sexual assault can range from unwanted touching to rape or attempted rape.

    Sexual Harassment

    Any type of behavior of a sexual nature directed at an unwilling participant. Sexual harassment can be verbal, visual or physical.


    Legal funding is only available to persons who are 18 years of age or older at the time they request funding.

    Due to the exploitative nature of sex crimes, however, many victims of sexual misconduct are minors either when:

    1. The incident(s) occurred;
    2. They retained an attorney;
    3. The complaint was filed in court;

    Regardless of when the incident(s) occurred, as long as you are at least 18 years old today and you are represented by a contingent fee attorney, you can apply for funding.

    Have Questions?
    Call and speak with one of our funding experts today.

    Sexual Misconduct Settlement Loan FAQ

    What is sexual misconduct settlement funding?

    Settlement funding is a non-recourse cash advance against a portion of your potential future settlement award.

    To put that another way…

    You can receive cash now with no credit check and no monthly payments and only repay the advance after you win your case. And if you lose your case, you don’t have to pay back the advance. It’s as simple as that.

    Here’s how it works:

    • Apply for funding either online or by calling (877) 932-2628.
    • We’ll discuss your case with your attorney.
    • We will contact you (usually within 12 to 24 hours of speaking with your attorney) to let you know if, and how much, we can offer you.
    • You and your attorney receive, review, sign, and return the funding agreement.
    • We send you your money.

    If you’re not sure you’re ready to apply, you can call us anytime at (877) 932-2628. Any of our friendly funding experts will be happy to answer any questions.

    Because approval is based on the strengths and merits of your case, there are no credit checks. There are also no monthly payments. And the advance only gets repaid after your case is resolved successfully. If it’s not, you get to keep the money and owe nothing.

    How long does it take to get approved?

    Our underwriters work fast. We can have an answer in as quickly as 2 hours after we receive all required information from your attorney, although our normal turnaround time is 12 to 24 hours.

    After you’re approved, we’ll send a funding agreement to you and your attorney via DocuSign. As soon as it’s executed and returned, we send you your money.

    How long will it take to get my money once my cash advance is approved?

    That depends on how quickly you and your attorney sign and return the funding agreement. But in most cases, you can receive your money as quickly as the same day or the next day. Most fundings are completed within 24 hours (1 business day) of receiving the executed documents back

    After you and your attorney have executed and returned the contract, we can send your funds immediately via wire transfer or FedEx Overnight.

    What is a sexual misconduct settlement loan?

    For starters, it isn’t actually a loan. It’s a non-recourse cash advance

    How Lawsuit Loans Work

    TriMark Legal Funding specializes in helping personal injury accident victims.
    Our non-recourse legal funding is a simple 3-step process:

    1. Apply for Funding

    You can either apply online or call us toll-free at (877) 932-2628. We’ll answer all of your questions and gather some basic facts about your case.

    2. Review & Approval

    Our team will work directly with your attorney to review your case. Approvals can happen as quickly as 1 hour after receipt of all required information.

    3. Receive Cash

    A funding agreement is sent via DocuSign. After signed copies are returned, your cash is sent to you by wire transfer or FedEx Overnight.

    Apply For A Sexual Misconduct Lawsuit Loan Now

    Lawsuit Funding FAQ Apply Now

    It’s fast, free, and easy to qualify for pre-settlement funding on a sexual misconduct case.

    At a minimum, all you need to qualify is that you must:

    • Be represented by a contingent-fee attorney
    • Have clear liability against a sufficiently-insured defendant

    Isn’t it finally time for you to take back control of your finances?

    Call Us At (877) 932-2628 or

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