Employment and labor pre-settlement funding

Take charge of your case with employment and labor lawsuits loans.

At Baker Street Funding, we provide low rates of employment and labor lawsuits loans for all employees seeking cash advance on a pending case or pending lawsuit settlement in the United States.

Get the financial help you need from your employment lawsuit.

Going against your employer in an employment and labor lawsuit means you are going against the company, and they often have deeper pockets to sustain the financial pressure of protracted litigations. Employment and labor lawsuit loans give you the financial buoyancy to resist the trick of defense attorneys to make you settle for less. Because such litigations can drag on for months and even years, applying for an instant pre-settlement loan will help you cushion the financial strain while your attorney fights for the best settlement.

Legal loans for lawsuits employment

Lawsuit funding for your employment case—an easy and quick solution.

At Baker Street Funding, we offer stellar legal funding services across the United States. Our lawsuit loans are best described as non-recourse loans — you only repay us if the case settles in your favor. If you are looking to get a cash advance on your pending case or pending lawsuit settlement, you can simply apply online; our application is simple and fast. We offer non-compounding low rates, capped in 3 years, with and easy to follow through lawsuit loan funding process. Unlike other legal funding companies, we don’t do credit checks, no employment checks, and no harassing calls, at all. We are only concerned about providing you with financial aid to help you win the best settlement.

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Apply for a loan on your labor lawsuit today.

To level the legal battlefield, contact Baker Street Funding employment and labor lawsuit loan team. This way, you can buy enough time for your attorney to gather enough evidence and build a strong case. Apply for an employment lawsuit cash advance today. We provide financing for most types of labor and employment claims. It only takes a few minutes to apply, and a customer support team will contact you immediately after to see if your claim is a good fit for us. Get started now.

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To help you understand the frequency of employment lawsuits in the United States and why such cases get protracted, here are recent employee lawsuit statistics.

1. Between 2010 to 2017, only 18% of the staggering 930,000 employment lawsuits got any relief.

2. According to Trusted Choice, employee lawsuits and termination lawsuits went up 400% and 260%, respectively, in just 20 years.
According to the Trusted Choice statistics, 41.5% of employment lawsuits are against small businesses, and workplace discrimination lawsuits can cost up to $200,000 if the case goes to trial.

It may also interest you to know that at least 61% of employees have either witnessed or experienced discrimination at work, and 53.8% of workplace discrimination in 2019 involved retaliation.

Virtually every employee in the United States is employed on an at-will basis. This means that the employer reserves the discretion to engage or hire and fire any employee at any time. However, it is unlawful for an employer to terminate an employee’s contract for an illegal reason wrongfully. 

If you are an employee and you feel your rights have been infringed upon by your employer either by means of retaliation, racial discrimination, or sexual harassment, among others, and you have an active lawsuit, you may be able to get funding to help you get through your litigation. 

The at-will employment law gives employers the right to hire and remove any employee at any time. However, they are strictly prohibited from sacking an employee for an illegal reason. 

Employees whose employment contracts were illegally and wrongly terminated are backed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to seek legal redress and claim financial compensation through wrongful termination lawsuits.

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If you have been denied a promotion, forced to quit, or your contract is wrongfully terminated, you can file a work discrimination lawsuit against your employer and claim damages.

Recent reports by the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the body responsible for enforcing federal laws prohibiting any form of employment discrimination, 53.8% of workplace discrimination cases in 2019 involved retaliation.

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Uninvited comments, conduct, or behavior regarding sexual orientation, sex, and gender constitute a form of workplace discrimination known as sexual harassment.

Other actions that are regarded as sexual harassment include:

  • sharing sexually inappropriate images, videos, or salacious gifts
  • Sending suggestive letters or notes,
  • inappropriate sexual gestures
  • , inappropriate touching, including rubbing, patting, and intentionally brushing up against someone.

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Suppose you are just learning about lawsuits funding for wage law violation; it simply means borrowing money from that pending lawsuit. All you have to do is contact a lawsuit funding company like Baker Street Funding and apply for a cash advance against your expected settlement or award. You could borrow between 10% to 20% of the potential value of your settlement proceeds while your labor litigation is ongoing — pre-settlement funding.

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Construction sites are supposed to be one of the safest places to work, considering the industry’s number of safety regulations. Yet, construction accidents occur more often than one can imagine, and when they occur, they can cause permanent damage or lifelong injuries.

Construction accident lawsuits refer to litigations where workers get injured while executing their legal duties on construction sites through no means of their own. The injury or accident could be caused by unsafe working conditions, OSHA violations, or employer negligence.

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If you are a railroad worker and are involved in an accident or have sustained an injury while at work, you can file your claims under FELA.

FELA is short for Federal Employers Liability Act and, if enacted, to safeguard railroad workers’ interests.  Under the FELA Act, railroad workers can claim financial compensation for the injury or death of a loved one.

To help you win the best settlement for your lawsuit, it’s always best to employ the services of a FELA attorney.

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The Jones Act is the federal law that governs and regulates maritime commerce in the United States. It also makes provision for employees to file lawsuits against their employers if they believe they suffered an injury or are victims of accidents caused by their negligence.

If you were to suffer an injury or fell victim to an accident while at sea, you could have a potential lawsuit and an opportunity to make your claims under the Jones Act or Maritime law.

At Baker Street Funding, we understand how difficult it is to prove that the employer’s negligence caused your injury or led to an accident.

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