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Lawsuit FAQs

Lawsuit FAQs includes which types of Plaintiff cases are preferred.

Below are three lists of cases we do and do not consider for funding. The first group are cases we prefer. 

The second group are cases we will rarely do, but they are often complex and can take longer to properly evaluate. Does your case fall into the possible category? Do you feel strongly about it? Then send it in.

The third group we never consider.

YES

  • Appellate cases
  • Asbestos
  • Assault/Wrongful Imprisonment
  • Automobile/Motorcycle
  • Civil Rights
  • Class Action
  • Construction Negligence
  • Drug/Pharmaceutical cases (list of fundable drug cases is available)
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Jones Act/FELA cases-  Maritime & railway accidents
  • Labor Law
  • Mass Tort
  • Medical/Dental Malpractice
  • NFL injuries
  • Nursing Home Malpractice
  • Pedestrian
  • Personal Injury
  • Personal, Slip and Fall/Premises
  • Product Liability
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Whistle Blower
  • Wrongful Death
  • Wrongful Termination

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  • Annuities
  • Lottery
  • Structured Settlements & Judgments

Clients commonly ask for a “split” or a “partial” on these last three.    These future payments don’t have to be entirely sold off.   Processing time is approximately 60days.

legal financing

Possibly - Maybe

  • Breach of Contract
  • Dog Bite/Animal Attack
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning
  • Commercial/Class Action
  • Divorce case - is there a prenuptial or does the court have assets, or if plaintiff has property as collateral?
  • Legal Malpractice
  • Real-estate Fraud - if not all information was disclosed, requires expert opinion.
  • Toxic mold/Chemical Intoxication.

Not Fundable

  • Workman’s Comp - as of 08-28-16
  • Social Security/Disability
  • Intellectual Property
  • Wills/Inheritance cases


Why wouldn’t an application be accepted if the case was a preferred or maybe a possibility?

  • Injuries are too small, total judgment is less then $20,000
  • The liability is questionable (or there is no police report in a MVA case)
  • You don’t have any insurance information at all
  • The case is too new
  • The client is in bankruptcy 

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