Slip and fall pre-settlement funding

Get slip and fall lawsuit loan for financial relief.

Designed with you in mind, Baker Street Funding’s slip and fall lawsuit loans provide the financial relief you need to regain control of your life after a premise liability accident. Whether it’s covering medical expenses, paying rent, or simply taking care of day-to-day necessities, we are here to help you bridge the financial gap asyou wait for your settlement to come through.

Slip and fall lawsuit loans

Slip and fall accidents are more than just a momentary mishap; they can change your life in an instant. One moment you’re going about your day, and the next, you find yourself facing physical pain, emotional distress, and a mountain of unexpected expenses. Medical bills start to pile up, daily living costs become a struggle, and the legal process can feel overwhelming.

Baker Street Funding understands that this is a difficult period for you and your family. The stress of a pending lawsuit can add to the burden, making it difficult to focus on recovering from the accident and moving forward. Our slip and fall lawsuit loans can help alleviate that strain and provide you with the financial assistance you need to keep you afloat.

With Baker Street Legal Funding, you’re not just a client; you’re part of our community. Let us stand by your side to provide you the help you need to get back on your feet and reclaim your life.

What is a slip and fall lawsuit loan?

Slip and fall lawsuit loans, also referred to as pre-settlement loans or lawsuit funding, are a form of financial assistance provided to plaintiffs involved in slip and fall lawsuits. These loans aren’t traditional loans in the sense that they’re not based on creditworthiness or income. Instead, they’re based on the potential settlement amount of your lawsuit. This means that if you don’t win or don’t receive a settlement, you aren’t required to repay the loan. 

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How does slip and fall pre-settlement funding work?

If you have sustained injuries in a slip and fall accident and are pursuing a personal injury lawsuit, you can apply for a slip and fall lawsuit loan. Baker Street Funding will evaluate the details of your case and determine the likelihood of a successful outcome. If your case meets the criteria, we will advance you a portion of your expected settlement, typically ranging from 10% to 20%.

How to apply for funding.

Applying for a lawsuit loan shouldn’t be complicated. A dedicated team member will guide you through our fast and simple application process. We’ll answer your questions, address your concerns, and provide personalized funding every step of the way.

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Apply: Start Your Journey Today

You can easily access pre-settlement funding by submitting an online application with the details of your case or by contacting us at (888) 711-3599. After you apply, we will promptly determine your eligibility for funding.

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Evaluation: We Take a Close Look

After your case is accepted, our underwriters will contact your lawyer to evaluate the merits and value of your case. This process typically takes 24-48 hours and requires your attorney's full cooperation to proceed.

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Approval: Get the Green Light Fast

Once your attorney responds to us, you'll receive approval on the same day and a funding contract for both you and your attorney to fill out. This loan agreement is non-recourse and explicitly outlines our conditions and rates.

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Funds: Money in Your Hands

You'll receive the money in your bank account on the same day the contract is completed. Use it to cover medical bills, daily expenses, rent or mortgage, or other urgent costs.

Why Baker Street Funding.

At Baker Street Legal Funding, we’re more than a funding company; we’re a partner in your path towards justice and recovery. Slip and fall accidents can turn your world upside down, and we understand the unique challenges you’re facing. That’s why we’ve tailored our lawsuit loans to serve as both a financial solution and a support system throughout this difficult period.

Slip and fall lawsuit funding advantages.

More than financial support, slip and fall pre-settlement funding from Baker Street Funding empowers you to pursue justice without compromising your future settlement.

100% risk-free

Unlike a traditional loan, our slip and fall lawsuit loans are non-recourse. Your only obligation is to pay it back if you win. If you lose, you don't pay back the money. All your assets stay untouched.

Negotiate a Better Offer

When you can cover your urgent expenses during settlement negotiations, you don't feel pressured to take a low offer. Pre-settlement funding allows you to have more negotiating power.

Your Credit Stays Intact

Worried about your credit score? Don't be. Applying with Baker Street Legal Funding won't impact your credit. We don't look at your financial history.

No Employment Check

Your employment status isn't a factor in the funding process. Your income or lack of income doesn't hinder your chances of getting slip and fall loan approval.

Apply for funding on your pending slip and fall settlement and get financial relief today.

Facing a slip and fall lawsuit can make your life impossible, especially when financial resources start to dwindle and your injuries prevent you from making a living. Baker Street Funding steps in to offer pre-settlement loans, designed to offer you the financial stability you need without the lengthy wait times. Experience quick, compassionate funding based on the potential of your case, and free yourself to focus on what matters most.


Slip and fall lawsuit loans, also known as pre-settlement funding or lawsuit cash advances, are non-recourse loans that are provided to plaintiffs in personal injury cases. This means that if you do not win your case and receive a settlement, you aren’t required to repay the loan. Instead, repayment is only necessary if you successfully settle or win the litigation.

You can obtain up to 10% of the potential settlement value for ongoing cases and up to 30% if the slip and fall case is settled.

Personal injury loans for slip and fall serve as a powerful tool for leveling the playing field against insurance companies. They grant you the financial freedom needed to get through litigation as you seek full and fair compensation.

With financial pressures eased, you can confidently hold out for a settlement that genuinely reflects the value of your claim. In return, this improves your prospects for a successful outcome.

To qualify for a slip and fall lawsuit loan, there are certain criteria that need to be met. 

First, there must be clear liability, with strong evidence that the property owner or occupier is at fault for the accident. This includes photos, videos, and witness statements.

Secondly, you must have suffered actual injuries that resulted in injections or surgery as a result of the slip and fall accident. This requirement tells us that there is a legitimate basis for seeking compensation.

Additionally, your case value should be at least $50,000 and you must have an attorney representing you. 

*We provide funding for personal injury, employment/labor, and civil rights lawsuits in the following states:

Arizona, Alabama, Alaska, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, NevadaNew York, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, 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+. 
  • We currently fund South Carolina at a minimum of $100,000. Case value must be at least $1,000,000+. 
  • We currently fund in Nevada at a minimum of $20,000. Case value must be at least $200,000+.
  • We currently fund in Illinois at a maximum of $40,000. Case value must be at least $400,000+.
  • We currently fund in Tennessee at a minimum of $10,000. Case value must be at least $100,000+.
  • We currently fund in Arizona at a minimum of $20,000. Case value must be at least $200,000+.

*Litigants with corporate disputes are eligible to receive funding in every state in the United States (and eligible countries).

*Funding for attorneys is provided in most states. Please get in touch with us to find out if your state is eligible.

*Worker’s compensation claims are funding only in the following states: Alaska, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, Louisiana, Montana, Rhode Island, Washington, and Wyoming.

Slip and fall lawsuit settlement guide.

Slip and fall accidents can happen anywhere, from a grocery store to a friend’s house or even in the workplace. When these accidents occur due to the negligence of another party, the injured person may have the right to seek compensation, through what is known as a slip and fall lawsuit, which falls under the category of premises liability. This type of lawsuit holds property owners responsible for failing to maintain safe conditions on their premises.

The Impact of Slip and Fall Accidents

Slip and fall accidents can have a significant impact on your life. In addition to physical injuries, such as broken bones, sprains, or concussions, slip and fall accidents can also result in emotional trauma and financial hardship for many.

As you know, the physical injuries from a slip and fall accident can require extensive medical treatment, including surgeries, physical therapy, and long-term care. If you’re unable to work while you recover, these injuries can lead to mounting medical bills and lost wages. Unfortunately, in some cases, some victims also suffer permanent disability.

Accidents that Lead to Slip and Fall Lawsuits

Slip and fall accidents can occur due to a wide range of hazardous conditions. Here are some common examples:

  1. Wet or slippery floors. Spills, leaks, or recently mopped floors without proper warning signs.
  2. Uneven or damaged flooring. Cracked tiles, loose carpeting, or uneven floor surfaces.
  3. Lack of handrails or guardrails. Staircases, balconies, and ramps without proper handrails or guardrails.
  4. Poor lighting. Inadequate lighting in stairwells, parking lots, or walkways.
  5. Clutter and debris. Objects or debris left in walkways, particularly in high-traffic areas.
  6. Defective or broken stairs. Loose or missing steps, broken handrails, or worn-out grip surfaces on stairs.
  7. Ice and snow. Property owners have a responsibility to properly clear and treat walkways during winter to prevent and falls on ice.

How to Prove Liability in a Slip and Fall Lawsuit

To establish that the property owner is responsible for your injuries, you and your attorney must gather evidence to support your claim. This evidence may include photographs or videos of the accident scene, witness statements, incident reports, and medical records documenting your injuries.

Additionally, you should show that the property owner either knew about the hazardous condition or should have known about it and failed to take reasonable steps to address it. For example, if a grocery store employee mopped the floor but didn’t put up warning signs or barriers, and you slipped and fell as a result, this could be evidence of negligence on the part of the property owner.

What Damages Can My Attorney Claim in a Slip and Fall Lawsuit?

In a slip and fall lawsuit, your attorney can help you claim various types of damages to compensate you for the injuries and losses you have suffered due to the accident. Some common damages that your attorney may seek on your behalf include:

Medical expenses. This includes all costs related to medical treatment for your slip and fall injuries , such as hospital bills, surgeries, physical therapy, medication, and ongoing care.

2. Lost wages. If your slip and fall injuries have caused you to miss work or have impacted your ability to earn a living, you may be entitled to compensation for lost wages and loss of earning capacity.

3. Pain and suffering. Slip and fall accidents can cause physical pain and emotional distress. Your attorney can help you seek compensation for the pain and suffering you’ve endured as a result of the accident.

4. Disability or disfigurement. If your slip and fall injuries have resulted in a permanent disability or disfigurement, your attorney can help you claim damages for these long-term consequences.

5. Property damage. In some cases, slip and fall accidents may result in damage to personal property, such as clothing, electronics, or other belongings. Your attorney can help you seek compensation for the cost of repairing or replacing these items.

Each state has its own personal injury laws regarding slip and fall accidents, so make sure you have a personal injury attorney who’s experienced in handling these types of cases to successfully recover damages.

How Will My Attorney Negotiate a Settlement in a Slip and Fall Lawsuit?

When negotiating a settlement in a slip and fall lawsuit, your attorney first collects all relevant evidence to build a strong case against the property owner.

Once evidence is obtained, your attorney sends a demand letter to the property owner’s insurance company outlining your injuries, damages, and the proof that the property owner’s negligence caused your injuries.

The insurance company may respond with a settlement offer to avoid going to trial. Here, your lawyer reviews this offer and negotiates on your behalf. If a fair settlement can’t be reached during this phase, your attorney may advise you to file a lawsuit and take your case to court.

If a settlement is reached, your attorney will help you finalize the agreement so that you receive the compensation you deserve.

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