Premises liability settlement funding can help; this funding gives you a cash advance against your future lawsuit settlement so you can tap into cash you need while your case progresses through the court system.
You have the reasonable expectation to remain safe when you're on someone else's property, but this is not always the case. Drownings, exposure to toxic mold, burn injuries, and other types of premises liability injuries can leave you unable to earn a living. Bills continue to pile up regardless of your employment situation, and many injured people find themselves without a way to meet their financial obligations while the insurance company drags out your case. In these situations, settlement funding can provide the money you need to fill the void left by your usual income until you can receive the settlement you deserve.
No two premises liability cases are the same. The expected payout for your case depends on the property owner's actual negligence, the extent of your injuries, your expected recuperation time, any medical costs associated with your claim, and the permanence and severity of your injuries or illness. While millions of dollars are awarded to plaintiffs every year, you may not be able to wait for your settlement to come.
When you apply for premises liability lawsuit funding, you are receiving an advance against your proposed settlement. This advance is not a loan; there are no monthly payments to make, and there is no credit check or employment requirement for applicants.The advance is purely based on the merits of your case. If your case fails, you are not held responsible for repayment. If you successfully win your case, the advance, fees and interest are paid back directly from your settlement award.
Settlement advances in fact are not loans. A settlement advance also known as a non-recourse financing agreement means: if you lose your case there is no further obligation for the client to pay us back. Settlement and Pre-settlement funding is an investment into the outcome of your lawsuit. We are advancing you money because we think your case is strong enough to win and pay us back. Our exclusive approach has made us a leader in the settlement funding and litigation finance industries as we strive to provide, for both attorney and client, an exceptional experience.
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What Is Premises Liability?
When a person gets hurt in the land of another or in and around their business, or in their home, they can start a premises liability case. A trip to the store or a day at the kids party should not result in tragedy. Victims involved in premises liability cases may end up with serious or fatal injuries. These accidents occur in public areas including restaurants, parking lots, stores, sidewalks, playgrounds, and construction sites. Most of us trust that the owners treat their places with case and all is safe and dandy while we are there to enjoy a good time or even work, but unfortunately that's not always the case. You or your children can suffer terrible injuries and even death in the split of a second when the other party has been negligent.
Plaintiffs in premises liability claims must often prove that the property owner neglected their responsibility to maintain the safety of the property.
Premises liability common injuries:
Premises liability cases are including but not limited to the following; dog bites, slip and fall, property negligence, construction negligence and other issues regarding you or a loved on being injured on someone else’s property.
Baker Street Funding is a Premier Legal Funding Firm designed to strategically connect select funding opportunities with our extensive network of sophisticated partners and staff. If your attorney has been retained on contingency and you have a strong liability claim against a properly insured defendant, you may qualify for a pre-settlement advance, contact us to discuss your options. * The term lawsuit loans, lawsuit loan lenders, settlement advance loans, or lawsuit settlement loans may be used to refer to pre-settlement funding. Transactions facilitated by Baker Street Funding, are not to be considered loans. These transactions are non-recourse financing agreements, which means that we are making an equity investment into your litigation. If you lose your case, you are under no legal obligation to repay your advance. The word loan is strictly used for marketing optimization purposes and for easier comprehension for prospective clients. Our client relationships are paramount to us and we take the client education process very seriously. We provide legal funding and lawsuit cash advances in the following states, Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
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