TriMark Legal Funding provides risk-free lawsuit cash advances in North Carolina, often in as little as 24 hours. Lawsuits can take years to settle, but with pre settlement funding, you could have cash in-hand as quickly as tomorrow.
TriMark Legal Funding delivers world-class customer care, fast processing, faster approvals and guaranteed low rates of under 3% non-compounding.
There are no pushy, high-pressure salespeople, no credit checks and no monthly payments. And because the advance is only repaid if you win, it’s 100% risk-free.
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Pre settlement loans are special, non-recourse lawsuit cash advance loans designed specifically to help North Carolina residents with civil lawsuits who are expecting a future settlement payout.
It’s free to apply and approval is based on the merits of your case. Unlike traditional bank loans, your credit score, income, employment history and financial assets don’t matter.
Plaintiffs can apply for lawsuit loans before or after their case has settled.
We provide 2 types of lawsuit settlement loans in NC:
Pre-settlement lawsuit funding is available on pending personal injury, civil rights, employment and work injury lawsuits.
Rates on pending lawsuit loans in NC are less than 3% monthly non-compounding (35% annual) and include a 2X cap for your safety.
We can fund up to 20% of the anticipated net value of pending lawsuits and we have flexible and customizable funding and disbursement options.
The minimum amount for pre settlement loans in North Carolina is $25,000.
Settled case funding is available on virtually all types of settled litigation except workers compensation.
Rates on post settlement funding are just over 2% monthly non-compounding (27% annual).
We can fund up to 50% of the net value on settled cases.
The minimum amount for post settlement loans in North Carolina is $25,000.
North Carolina lawsuit cash advances are available from $25,000 up to $250,000+. You must have been seriously injured, there must be clear liability against a sufficiently insured defendant, you must be represented by a contingent-fee attorney and the settlement check must pass through, and be distributed out of, your attorney’s trust account.
We can fund up to 20% of the anticipated net settlement on pending cases and the minimum cash advance for pending lawsuits in NC is $25,000. To satisfy those requirements, there must be a reasonable belief that you will net at least $150,000 (gross award less attorney fees, case costs, medical liens, etc.).
We can fund up to 50% of the net settlement on settled cases and the minimum cash advance for settled lawsuits in NC is $25,000. To satisfy those requirements, there must be documentation showing that, after all deductions, you will net a minimum of at least $60,000.
Lawsuit settlement loans do not have to be repaid unless, and until, your case has been settled successfully or you won a court verdict.
Yes. To comply with NC statute § 24-1.1. (a) (2), there is a minimum funding requirement of $25,000. We can fund up to 20% of the anticipated net value (gross award less attorney fees, case costs, medical liens, etc.) on pending cases and up to 50% of the net value on settled cases.
Cases can be approved in as quickly as 12 to 24 hours after case information is received from the plaintiff's attorney and may take 1 to 2 business days on certain cases. Funds are sent via wire transfer or FedEx Overnight.
Rates on pending cases are less than 3% non-compounding (35% annual). They include a 2X cap for your safety and we can fund up to 20% of the anticipated net value on pending cases. Rates on settled cases are just over 2% non-compounding (27% annual) and we can fund up to 50% of the net value on settled cases.
Important Legal Information
|Laws||North Carolina General Statutes, Chapter 1|
|Negligence Doctrine||Negligence; definition|
|Minimum Required Automotive Insurance Coverage Policy Limits||Policy Limit Minimums For Bodily Injury & Property Damage: (Article 9A. Motor Vehicle Safety and Financial Responsibility Act of 1953. 20-279.21):|
|Minimum Funding Amount||The minimum amount that TriMark Legal Funding can offer plaintiffs in North Carolina is $25,000, in order to remain in compliance with the following statute:|
|Statute of Limitations||Statute of limitations (SOL) is a law that establishes the maximum amount of time the parties involved in civil or criminal legal proceedings are permitted to initiate legal action against one another from the date of an alleged offense. SOLs can vary from one state to another and even from one jurisdiction to another. SOL is an important component of law and is especially important to personal injury victims. This is because once the SOL expires, a victim can no longer file a legal claim against, or collect monetary damages from, a suspected wrong-doer. Per North Carolina state law, injured plaintiffs have 3 years from the date of the alleged injury (event date) to file a claim in court against the responsible party(s) or entity(s).For individuals who have been seriously injured, especially those undergoing multiple surgeries and/or extended recovery times, as well as those who will require long-term or lifetime medical care or treatment, this is an extremely important date to remember.Even if an individual has not reached maximum medical improvement within 3 years, if a legal claim is not filed in court within 3 years of the event date, the plaintiff will be barred from collecting any compensation at all from the defendant.North Carolina Civil Statute of Limitations|
Employment Lawsuit Funding Statistics
TriMark Legal Funding provides employment lawsuit loans and lawsuit cash advances on most employment-related lawsuits. For more case-specific information, visit these resources:
North Carolina and the EEOC
North Carolina has its fair share of workplace discrimination complaints that have been filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
The EEOC is responsible for enforcement of federal laws and regulations pertaining to workplace discrimination. Here are some helpful resources if you are currently involved in any sort of job discrimination claim:
As you can see from the table below, for fiscal years 2017 thru 2019, North Carolina comprised an average of 4.6% of all discrimination complaints filed with the EEOC nationwide.
The largest complaint categories for workplace discrimination in North Carolina are race, sex, retaliation and disability (ADA).
|Fiscal Years 2017 – 2019 EEOC Charge Receipts for North Carolina (Source)|
|% of US||4.50%||4.70%||4.60%|
|% of US||5.10%||5.50%||5.20%|
|% of NC||38.60%||37.50%||37.30%|
|% of US||4.00%||4.40%||4.30%|
|% of NC||27.60%||30.10%||30.40%|
|% of US||3.20%||3.90%||3.10%|
|% of NC||7.00%||7.80%||6.50%|
|% of US||4.30%||4.90%||5.20%|
|% of NC||4.00%||3.90%||4.20%|
|% of US||3.50%||3.70%||3.30%|
|% of NC||3.00%||3.30%||3.40%|
|% of US||4.50%||4.70%||4.70%|
|% of NC||49.40%||52.00%||54.80%|
|Retaliation (Title VII)||1,432||1,477||1,397|
|% of US||4.50%||4.80%||4.60%|
|% of NC||38.20%||41.20%||41.80%|
|% of US||4.10%||4.50%||4.40%|
|% of NC||20.00%||21.20%||20.50%|
|% of US||4.50%||4.70%||4.70%|
|% of NC||32.20%||32.30%||34.30%|
|Equal Pay Act||52||45||41|
|% of US||5.20%||4.20%||3.70%|
|% of NC||1.40%||1.30%||1.20%|
|% of US||4.40%||3.60%||5.70%|
|% of NC||0.20%||0.20%||0.40%|
Medical Malpractice Statistics
|2018 Medical Errors Breakdown Diagnosis: 34% Surgery: 22% Treatment: 19% Obstetrics: 9% Medication: 5% Monitoring: 5% Other: 6%||2018 Average Payout Amounts Quadriplegic, Brain Damage, Lifelong Care: $1,029,105 Major Permanent Injury: $600,797 Significant Permanent Injury:$424,645 Death: $374,530 Minor Permanent Injury: $236,087 Major Temporary Injury: $214,407 Cannot Be Determined: $109,583 Emotional Injury: $91,678 Minor Temporary Injury: $72,850 Insignificant Injury: $34,333|
According to medical malpractice insurance agency Diederich Healthcare, a staggering $3,925,073,250 was paid out in medical malpractice claims in 2018.
North Carolina accounted for $41,342,000 of that amount.
NC Premises Liability Statistics
Summary info and links about prem liability
67-4.4. Strict liability
“The owner of a dangerous dog shall be strictly liable in civil damages for any injuries or property damage the dog inflicts upon a person, his property, or another animal.”
a). The injury occurred
b). The defendant was responsible for it
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TriMark Legal Funding provides lawsuit loans and pre-settlement funding throughout North Carolina including the following cities: Albemarle, Apex, Archdale, Asheboro, Asheville, Belmont, Black Mountain, Boone, Burlington, Carrboro, Cary, Chapel Hill, Charlotte, Clemmons, Clinton, Concord, Cornelius, Dunn, Durham, Eden, Fayetteville, Fort Bragg, Garner, Gastonia, Goldsboro, Graham, Greensboro, Greenville, Havelock, Henderson, Hendersonville, Hickory, High Point, Holly Springs, Hope Mills, Huntersville, Indian Trail, Jacksonville, Kannapolis, Kernersville, Kings Mountain, Kinston, Laurinburg, Lenoir, Lewisville, Lexington, Lincolnton, Lumberton, Matthews, Mint Hill, Monroe, Mooresville, Morganton, Mount Airy, Mount Holly, New Bern, Newton, Oxford, Pinehurst, Raleigh, Reidsville, Roanoke Rapids, Rockingham, Rocky Mount, Roxboro, Salisbury, Sanford, Shelby, Smithfield, Southern Pines, Spring Lake, Statesville, Tarboro, Thomasville, Wake Forest, Washington, Waynesville, Wilmington, Wilson and Winston-Salem.
TriMark Legal Funding has been a leading pre settlement funding company in North Carolina since 2003. That means we have over 17 years of experience putting money in plaintiff’s hands better, faster and cheaper than the other guys.
It only takes a minute to get the ball rolling and you could have cash in your hands as quickly as tomorrow.
Apply online or call us at (877) 932-2628 and one of our friendly representatives will be happy to take your information right over the phone.