Pre Settlement Funding in Arizona | AZ Lawsuit Loans
TriMark Legal Funding offers both post-settlement and pre-settlement funding lawsuit loans in Arizona, often in 24 hours or less.
If you’ve filed a negligence claim in Arizona, lawsuit loans may help you restore your life to normal.
An accident can come as a shock, and a lot of things can change dramatically when you’re an accident victim. Coping with the effects, such as the pain of an injury or losing one’s job, can take a toll on your body, mind, and emotions. Serious injuries may also create money issues.
If someone else is responsible for your injuries, you can sue them and demand compensation.
At the same time, you may develop critogenesis, an emotional injury triggered by the stress that comes with litigation.
You may also experience a condition that prolongs the healing process, making matters worse.
And on top of the challenges of a drawn-out legal battle, you have a mounting pile of medical bills, home and car loan repayments, food and other living expenses, and other urgent needs.
Before you’re sucked into a downward spiral, seek help and steer your finances back on track.
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Pre Settlement Loans in Arizona
For plaintiffs involved in personal injury, employer violation, workplace injury, and other civil rights lawsuits in the Grand Canyon State, pre settlement funding may be an option worth considering.
Also called lawsuit loans or settlement loans, legal funding is a fast, legitimate, and affordable way to get money on your future settlement before your case settles.
Not a loan per se, this type of financing lets you advance a portion of your expected award or settlement and have ready cash to use on medical bills, rent, grocery, mortgage, car payment, utilities, and other expenses that may have cropped up during the lawsuit process.
These cash advances are non-recourse, so you don’t have to pay monthly fees and interests. Just return the advance when you receive your compensation. In case of non-settlement or a loss, you won’t be liable to pay it back.
In Arizona, TriMark can provide pre settlement loan amounts of $25,000 or more for most case types, except workers’ compensation. Funding is also available to people with settled cases through post settlement loans.