Many plaintiffs are forced to accept a low lawsuit settlement offer due to the financial distress caused by a personal injury. A lawsuit loan or cash advance from Smart Lawsuit Loans will allow you and your attorney the time needed to get the full value settlement for your case.
If you have filed a lawsuit or plan to do so, and are represented by an attorney, or have settled a lawsuit and are awaiting payment, you are eligible for legal funding. Please note that we do not provide funding services to anyone under the age of 18.
Call us at 732-539-4783 or fill out our easy application form to apply for a pre-settlement cash advance. We will then request case documentation from your attorney. Once we review your request and the case documentation, we will notify you whether your request has been approved. If approved, we will typically advance your legal cash within 24 hours.
If you lose your case the money advanced by us is yours to keep. This is called non-recourse funding.
No. At Smart Lawsuit Loans, we advance money against your case in exchange for a portion of the future settlement or judgment. This is not a lawsuit loan. Unlike a loan, if you lose your case you do not owe us anything.
We typically limit the funding to 15% of the projected case value. The minimum cash advance is $500 and the maximum cash advance is $250,000.
Our fees vary and are determined on a case-by-case basis because no
two cases are identical. Your repayment amount will be provided and
thoroughly explained to you prior to your signing and accepting this
lawsuit settlement funding agreement. We strive to get you the lowest
available rates possible.
The cash advance will be repaid by your attorney from the proceeds of your settlement or judgment at the time of settlement or judgment.
No. All advances, including interest thereon, and the origination fee will be due at the time you receive payment on your lawsuit, and only if you win your lawsuit.
We offer advances on cases that involve personal injury, motor
vehicle accidents, discrimination cases, workers compensation and more.
Please see our list of common cases that
lawsuit loans for.
No. We do not interfere in the management of your case. We have no role in your case. We simply provide pre-settlement funding, lawsuit loans and lawsuit cash advances.