No matter what your reason for taking out a personal injury lawsuit loan(s) may be, Baker Street Funding can help you get your money fast—and make sure the process is stress-free.
Are you looking to get emergency funds from your injury lawsuit? Has your accident placed you in a tight financial situation? Whatever the case may be, Baker Street Funding is a great option to get a quick cash advance from your pending personal injury case—and surgery, if needed. Get the financial assistance you need through any stage of your legal battle. Take care of your immediate needs while you anticipate a fair settlement or for the case to be decided in court.
A personal injury loan is a process in which injured plaintiffs with pending lawsuit settlements are provided risk-free cash advances before or after their lawsuit settles in their favor. Whether you are the victim of medical malpractice, a car accident, a premises liability, or have a wrongful death lawsuit, you could qualify for funding today. Personal injury loans are non-recourse which means that you will only repay the borrowed funds if you win your case. An injury loan advance provides accident victims with the financial freedom to take charge of their necessities while pursuing justice.
Apply for your personal injury lawsuit loan in seconds.
Underwriting will then contact your attorney for a 24-hour case review.
Upon approval, we will send you the money within 2-4 hours from signing.
Applying with Baker Street Funding is incredibly simple with an application that can be done all online. And if you want one-on-one assistance, our personal injury funding specialists are standing by to help 24/7. There are no job or credit score verifications, and it is risk-free.
Getting a loan against your personal injury settlement should be a no-hassle experience. We understand that finding the money to deal with your debt can be stressful when injured, but this doesn't have to define your financial future. Baker Street Funding provides plaintiffs quick access to advances from their potential settlement in as little as one business day. Our personal injury settlement funding program is designed to bring you the financial relief you need quickly.
Get a more prominent settlement offer by funding your injury lawsuit, today. You could have access to the money you need within 24 hours. With so many gimmicks flooding the internet and taking advantage of unsuspecting plaintiffs, it’s best to look out for a legitimate company that cares. Plaintiffs have the option of getting funding from highly-rated companies like Baker Street Funding providing low rates for victims with all types of personal injury cases.
Baker Street Funding features substantially lower rates for personal injury victims looking for a low-cost advance. Get much lower interest rates, and if someone offers you a contract, we will beat their costs. Guaranteed.
Baker Street Funding is a top-rated personal injury lawsuit funding company designed to quickly assist accident victims, no matter how big or small your case is. Get funded fast so you can get the compensation you are entitled to.
At Baker Street Funding we understand that finding the money you need, can be stressful. That's why we take pride in treating every injured plaintiff with priority.
Unlike other injury loan companies in the United States, we don't burden our clients with upfront costs or hidden charges, or even hidden contracts pages. Get your personal injury settlement advance with a transparent agreement, all pricing will be on page 2 of our contract.
Accident, negligence or intentional act claims can demolish your life because tort cases can take an unreasonably long time to settle. Most post-settlements take up to 6 months to pay off, while others can take years. Our personal injury settlement loans can help cover your bills while you wait for your payment to arrive.
Baker Street Funding provides surgery funding to injured plaintiffs in need of immediate medical assistance.
"I applied for my injury loan to pay for past due rent and promptly received very good attention and service from Baker Street Funding and was funded 2 days after my attorney contacted them. I recommend this company for others seeking funding.”
- Alicia Raymound
"Baker Street was very friendly and helpful. I was in a situation that I thought I was never going to get out all due to an injury in PA. I had endless expenses! That's when I got an offer from them. Got my injury lawsuit settlement loan in 2 days!”
- Linda Johnson
"I want to thank Baker Street Funding for pulling through when everyone else wasn't even coming close to what I needed. I got my personal injury lawsuit advance in 24 hours. My attorney loved the service and I am sending everyone to you!"
- Mario Fernandez
This is a medical malpractice claim. The plaintiff suffered from organ damage as a result of a doctor’s negligence during surgery.
This client had multiple back surgeries and lost both her arms after a tractor-trailer hit her. The defendant was intoxicated when he crashed into her vehicle.
This is a wrongful death claim. The victim was given an overdose of medication on top of the abuse that was committed against her after undergoing surgery.
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If your case is strong enough, you had surgeries or injections as a result of your accident, and the defendant has taken responsibility for their mistake, you are now automatically pre-approved for a personal injury lawsuit loan. Personal injury loans have fast and straightforward processes. You can easily qualify for now if:
Your lawyer will disperse the payment when the settlement money arrives and after the balance is paid to you.
The only time you can apply for on behalf of someone else is:
For example, we fund wrongful death cases in significant quantities. These cases are brought up by plaintiffs in charge of bringing justice to their deceased loved one(s). This restitution will not get a dear one back, but will surely help relieve some of the money problems the victim’s family is undergoing, and we are here to help in every step of the way.
Yes. You can consolidate your previous settlement advance and save money on future funding. We provide an overall lower consolidated rate. You can get up to 20% pre-settled claims and up to 50% for post-settlements.
No. Funding firms will only work with attorneys that co-operate with us. You can always seek a second opinion if you believe the wrong firm is representing you.
It's common knowledge that lawsuits, including personal injury cases, are usually protracted and can eat deep into your pockets. Injury claims can be long and exhausting, especially when you are hurt or disabled. And since most injury claims take at least a year to settle, they could be extremely beneficial for injured plaintiffs during their litigation all the way until it is successfully finalized. Applying for personal injury lawsuit loans has many advantages. They could help accident victims pay rent and their necessities while their cases are pending in court. With this said, if you need money to take care of your current financial situation and have no other place to recur for help, a personal injury settlement loan may be right the right choice for you.
Just ensure you choose a legitimate lawsuit financing company that is fast and will charge you low interest rates.
It takes 24-48 hours to analyze your case from the moment your attorney sends us your claim file until the moment we have a funding decision for you.
After you apply, the following will happen:
No. Personal injury loans don't carry any risk because they are non-recourse. Unprotected or non-recourse financing contracts for injury claims essentially mean that you don't have to pay back the pre-settlement loan if you lose your case. The only ones who take the risk are the funding companies because if you don't get paid, you don't get paid. So no, personal injury lawsuit loans carry zero risks to you.
Baker Street Legal Funding advises that you only use your loan if you have an emergency or urgent matter. We do not recommend using your lawsuit funds for non-essential matters.
Personal injury settlement loans help victims cover everyday costs. A cash advance against your pending personal injury settlement proceeds can help you pay down your expenses and settle your claim for a better award.
There is a lot you can do with Baker Street's Personal Injury Lawsuit Loans, such as:
Personal injury loans can buy your attorney more time to build a strong case and win the best settlement for you.
Dealing with finances can be tough during litigations because bills won’t stop coming while hurt and out of work. Personal injury lawsuit loans could help you cater to financial commitments like paying medical bills, utility bills, tuition, rent, and even groceries.
Effectively deal with the insurance company's settlement delay(s) while your case is still pending.
As you know now, personal injury lawsuit loans can be used for any purpose without the worry of having your credit or job status checked. The following information will give you an in-depth understanding of how pre-settlement funding for injury claims works, types of cases we fund, common injuries, and more.
You may be eligible for funding if your case type is listed below. The following list, while comprehensive is not a full list of the types of personal injury claims we fund, so if you do not see your case type below, we strongly encourage you to call us to see if we are able to fund your lawsuit. For more information on pre-settlement financing for personal injury lawsuits and the types of cases and injuries we fund, please call us today at 888-711-3599.
The following are common injuries that Baker Street Legal Funding approves the most. The following is a small list of the injuries we fund:
According to Black’s Law Dictionary 786 (6th ed. 1990), the term personal injury is defined as: “In a narrow sense, a hurt or damage done to a man’s person, such as a cut or bruise, a broken limb, or the like, as distinguished from an injury to his property or his reputation. The phrase is chiefly used in this connection with actions of tort for negligence…”
The term “personal injury,” when applied in the context of the law, means that an individual (plaintiff) was hurt due to another party (defendant) intentional act or negligence. Plaintiffs involved in injury lawsuits generally seek attorneys’ help to finally receive financial compensation awarded for a variety of reasons, including but not limited to physical injury, emotional distress, and loss of wages.
WHY FILE AN INJURY LAWSUIT?
Personal injury cases are filed when victims suffer damages (pain and suffering) or sustain injuries from an accident caused by another person's negligence or failure to act. You can file a personal injury lawsuit against an individual, the government, corporation, or authorities, including the police.
FILING A PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM TIME LIMIT.
In general, throughout the U.S.A., most plaintiffs have three years to file a personal injury claim, depending on your state, except for minors. It is essential to file your complaint as soon as you get injured, so you don't go over time and lose the compensation you need.
Experts tell us that 95 percent to 96 percent of personal injury cases settle pretrial. Since only around four percent of lawsuits go to trial, when it comes to a fair settlement, both parties must agree on the number required.
As you are aware now, getting a loan against your injury lawsuit has no risk. The only one who is taking a massive risk is the investor investing in your case because credit scores or job verification are not a requirement to get approved. We are not holding you personally liable for the advance, we cannot pursue you to pay us if your case doesn't successfully conclude; therefore, a pre-settlement loan can bring a tremendous risk to the funders if the case is not reviewed effectively.
For a lawsuit lending firm to lessen the risk, some critical criteria must be applied before approving an injury case loan. A company won’t provide pre-settlement funds to a plaintiff whose case has tremendous liability concerns with the defendant or minor injuries.
As personal injury cases continue to pile up in courtrooms and more people sue for damages, it becomes easy to understand why personal injury litigations drag for ages.
Many insurance companies use various tactics to defend personal injury claims. The time it takes to settle your claim can vary greatly depending on the insurance company being held liable. Also, different individual insurance adjusters handle claims in various manners, which can also speed up or slow down the time it takes to process your claim.
One of the factors that cause setbacks both for pre-trial and settlement purposes is ‘resources.’ These corporations delay settlement awards, so victims get the minimum payment from them, many times, leaving them in gross debt.
This long wait often takes its toll on injured persons who get pressure from the insurance company and defense attorneys to settle early or take whatever they are being offered to cater to medical bills and other financial commitments.
Based on 99% of the cases we fund, every plaintiff deals with an insurance company that’s slowing down their settlement proceeds. Sometimes, victims who suffer from catastrophic injuries accept an offer from the insurance company, much lower than the real value of the case, when they don't request to fund their case and afford the long settlement wait. An injured plaintiff can’t tell their landlord, “I cannot pay my rent because I am not working, and the defendant’s insurance is taking his time postponing my settlement.” Well, the landlord has to eat and pay bills too. Mid while the victim is about to get evicted. This situation isn’t fair to the plaintiff.
When these types of offers are accepted, they can ruin a person’s entire life while left permanently injured or even paralyzed. Insurance companies do this on purpose, so you take a low-ball offer.
Injury settlement loan companies:
Settlement loan companies can help you fight the insurance company’s defense tactics, so you can eventually get the settlement you deserve. So, if the insurance company is delaying your settlement merits on purpose and offering you an undervalued amount and need your injury lawsuit cash advance now, give us a call at 888-711-3599. With your attorney’s full co-operation, we will evaluate your case, and once approved, you will get your injury lawsuit cash advance(s) from your future settlement proceeds fast.
Not all lawsuit money lenders operate in all 50 states. Some may offer minimum and maximum funding approvals depending on the state you live in. Baker Street Funding provides financing in the following locations due to strict State laws:
Alabama, Alaska, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
* We are currently NOT funding worker's compensation.
In the following states, we require a minimum amount of funding:
Baker Street Funding is a Premier Legal Funding Firm designed to strategically connect select financing opportunities with our extensive network of sophisticated partners and staff. Terms and Conditions Apply. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO MODIFY OR DISCONTINUE PRODUCTS AT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTICE. To qualify for legal financing, a consumer must be (1) an attorney, or (2) you must be a corporate plaintiff looking for a minimum of $750,000 in litigation funding or a minimum of $50,000 in post-settlement funding, or (3) you must be a personal injury, civil rights or employment/labor law plaintiff with a retained lawyer on contingency; you must be at least 18 years of age, you must have a strong liability claim against a properly insured defendant, you must reside in an eligible state, and meet our underwriting requirements. Contact us to discuss your options. Not all borrowers receive the lowest rate. To qualify for the lowest rate, your attorney must contact Baker Street Funding and meet other conditions. If approved, your actual rate will be listed in your contract. Historical returns do not guarantee future results.
*We do not currently provide financing to plaintiffs looking for lawsuit finance residing in Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas, Maryland, Nevada, Oklahoma, West Virginia, or Washington D.C. We reserve the right to change the states where we provide services to without notice.
Attorney funding is provided throughout all states of the United States. The states we currently provides services to are:
Alabama, Alaska, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina (Minimum $25K), North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
We currently fund Colorado at a minimum of $75,000. Case value must be at least $750,000+.
We currently fund North Carolina at a minimum of $25,000. Case value must be at least $250,000+.
d**We not provide services for workers’ compensation.
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