Baker Street Funding provides post-settlement loans to plaintiffs and attorneys who have a settlement agreement but have not been paid. Let us do the hard part and get the money you need fast. We will be by your side from start to finish—making sure that the funding process for your settled case is quick & stress-free
Are you seeking financial assistance while waiting for your post-settlement funds or fees to arrive? Do you have a resolved case but you haven't received the payment yet? Then a post-settlement lawsuit loan may be right for you. Winning a settlement means that the case is over and in your favor. However, cashing out can take time. In some cases, getting your fair share can also take months or even years depending on various factors. Apply to qualify for post-settlement funding in less than a business day.
Post-settlement funding is a risk-free financial program available to plaintiffs and attorneys after their litigation has reached a resolution. Even though settlement funding is commonly referred to as 'settled case lawsuit loans or post-settlement loans,' it is not a loan in any way. Settled case funding is only available as non-recourse, meaning there are no monthly payments and is free of risk because if the defendant defaults on the payment, you don't have to repay the advance until you are able to collect. A post-settlement loan is a way to leverage your compensation or contingency fees by securing upfront capital against your upcoming settlement award. Post-settlement lawsuit funding helps attorneys and plaintiffs get the needed liquidity today.
A post-settlement loan is done by securing the funds with a third party lien on the settlement, which the attorney will then use to pay back the principal and agreed-upon rate of return when the funds arrive. Our application takes about 60 seconds to fill. We can provide you with both monthly installment payments or a lump sum cash payment.
If you are a plaintiff or an attorney who has reached a settlement that has not paid out, Baker Street Funding post-settlement advance solution will provide you with the money you need in the fastest time possible. We will purchase a percentage of your settled case in as little as 12 hours. We’ve helped thousands get from point A to point B fast.
Achieving settlement in a lawsuit is seen as a big win by plaintiffs. Most attorneys know that while the settlement is a milestone, it is by no means the end of the road. Settlement awards sometimes much longer than anticipated to payout. Post-settlement funding helps attorneys and their clients get the needed liquidity now and pay for their needs while the payment is still pending.
While insurance companies can provide you with compensation, it is essential to know that they lack sympathy when it comes to cutting a settlement check and can take a lot of time for the funds to be released. If you are looking for post-settlement loans and need immediate financial assistance, Baker Street Funding is here to assist you fast.
Post-settlement cash advances have many advantages. A cash advance on a settled claim, unlike a loan, grants you expedited access to your own money. You can use the funds to pay for a range of needs, such as past-due bills, unexpected expenses, medical costs, or a work project. Apply today and obtain thousands of dollars in advance of your pending settlement payment. Baker Street Funding could help you save money with low-interest rates so that you can take care of your finances immediately.
Baker Street Funding offers tailor-made litigation settlement financing for attorneys and law firms to gain early access to future collectible fees on settled claims.
To illustrate how the process works, you can look at a mass tort focused firm that has settled 100 claims. The firms' combined fees are $2 million. Rather than waiting to receive payment, the law firm can access up to $1.6 million of those fees immediately through our post-settlement funding program.
High rates are frustrating and make clients unhappy. To avoid that, we provide flexible agreements and affordable interest rates for settled lawsuits. That means there are no hidden fees, a fair risk-based return rate, and easy to read contracts. Some of our clients have saved as much as 22% p/y by using our services compared to other post-settlement loan companies. Get a price match on your contract, or even better, a much lower interest rate.
Baker Street Funding provides plaintiffs and attorneys with settled cases immediate post-settlement award advances. Our application process is fast and easy—and never has any shady hidden fees. See the services we offer pre and post-settlement:
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One of the most common misconceptions about winning a settlement is that the check will be sent immediately. The legal process for cases that already settled tends to get long and frustrating. On top of dealing with the legal procedure, plaintiffs have to also deal with their own financial demands. You must be wondering why there is a delay in the delivery of the settlement when you have already been awarded one legally. The following are some reasons that can cause a delay for a settlement to be paid to the plaintiff:
The payment can also be delayed if the defense appeals to the decision of the court and takes the case to another level that involves long legal proceedings. This can cause the settlement to slow down on your payment for years. In addition to this, even if the case has been settled, you will still have to wait for the settlement to be approved by the court before the money can be distributed.
While a client's settlement payment is delayed, an attorney must also focus on other cases and manage the day to day expenditures of their firms. In the mid-time, the victim is desperate and calling you asking for help. Although the case has settled, your client still has costs, including rent or mortgages, evictions, electricity shut off notices, and other day-to-day living expenses that they might not be able to pay right away. In some cases, where the plaintiff is unable to work and support himself due to an injury or a wrongful conviction case, settled case funding can help him pay for his main needs while he works on getting back up with the necessary cash he needs today. A post-settlement litigation advance can temporarily put your client in a better financial position until they get paid in full.
Baker Street Funding provides plaintiffs and attorneys with settled cases a minimum of 12-hour post-settlement award advances. As soon as we receive the required documentation, and verify the details and validity of your settlement, in exchange for a portion of your settlement payment, we will deliver you the advanced settlement funding as soon as 12 hours from the moment we receive all the required documentation. See the services we offer pre and post-settlement. So if you have a slow-paying settlement, call Baker Street Funding at (888) 711-3599 and get approved today. Our application process is fast and easy—and never has any shady hidden fees.
While the United States' legal system is in place to provide justice for those who have been wronged, the legal process does not always move quickly. A personal injury case can take many years to settle. Class actions and mass tort cases can take even longer because they usually span multiple jurisdictions, while commercial litigation is complex and lengthy.
Even after a case is settled, you may find yourself waiting a long time to see your money. Claims that are won in court sometimes require a review period or go through an appeal. Life keeps moving, and costs pile up for plaintiffs and law firms while they wait for the defendant to pay. Settled case legal funding is a non-recourse loan option available to attorneys and plaintiffs who have settled claims but have not been paid yet. A post-settlement loan is an ideal option for anyone waiting to receive compensation from their litigation.
Our investment in your case has no risk to you. This means that we accept all the risk, and you are exempt from the debt if your case runs into complications and your award or fees never arrive. Non-recourse funding for settled litigations differs from a loan in two ways:
The repayment process is simple. After the attorney receives the settlement monies, he or she will deduct our advance proceeds from the eventual settlement payment and we will be paid back the portion we are due by the attorney.
Are you requesting post-settlement financing for yourself or for a client? What we will need:
Please provide the required document(s) needed and fax to (518) 500-3056, or email to email@example.com. Or, better yet, call us at (888) 711-3599 for more information
The process is extremely simple and normally finalized inside of one business day. Baker Street Funding will simply purchase a portion of the settlement award based on our analysis of the settlement agreement. After our underwriter reviews your case documents, they will generate a contract for the client and/or attorney to sign. Once completed, our funding company will execute that lien and distribute the funds by bank wire or certified check.
Settled case lawsuit funding acts as a lifeline for plaintiffs and attorneys alike, giving them access to capital that they otherwise could not get from a traditional financial institution. Settlement advances enable plaintiffs and attorneys early access to their future receivables empowers them to make sure they are making sound financial and business decisions and not handcuffed by a long processing time of a settlement award.
To receive a post-settlement loan, there are certain requirements that you need to satisfy. Firstly, only plaintiffs and attorneys can receive post-settlement funding and not a defendant. Secondly, you need to have a successful claim and must be entitled to receive a monetary settlement.
Alabama, Alaska, California, Colorado (Minimum $75K), 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 (Minimum $25K), North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
Post-settlement funding is different from pre-settlement funding, as this form of funding comes after the case has been settled or closed by the judge. Once the case is settled, pre-settlement funding ends, however in most cases, money is still needed, and that is where post-settlement financing comes into play, especially if there is an expected delay in the deposit of the funds from the insurance company.
Our services ensure that you can still receive an advance before the time checks are sent out. We don’t want you waiting for your case reward while the defendant takes his time to pay what they owe you.
Baker Street Funding will fund any type of settlement. Below are a few of the most recent types of cases commonly qualified for settlement loans, including but not limited to:
While many legal funding companies within the industry offer financing for settled cases, many do not provide the high amounts the client or attorney is requesting. Most legal finance firms focus on either pre-settlement loans due to the magnitude of demand for funding in this field. Yet, there is still a demand for advances on post-settlements for attorneys and their clients due to some cases involving a long settlement pay wait. Baker Street Funding has committed to focusing a portion of their business exclusively on cash for settlements. At Baker Street Funding, we focus on settled case advances, which provides a higher funding amount as quickly as possible thanks to our efficient underwriters and investment success in the field.
You can reach us by calling (888) 711-3599 or apply today for more details on how you might benefit from this legal funding choice.
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. Terms and Conditions Apply. BAKER STREET FUNDING RESERVES 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 mustbe 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 Baker Street Funding’s 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.
*Baker Street Funding does not currently provide financing to plaintiffs looking for lawsuit funding residing in Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas, Maryland, Nevada, Oklahoma, West Virginia, or Washington D.C. Baker Street Funding reserves the right to change the states where it provides legal funding to without notice.
Attorney funding is provided throughout all states of the United States. The states Baker Street Funding currently provides legal funding 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+.
**Baker Street Funding does not provide lawsuit funding for workers’ compensation.
***This website and advertising are provided by Baker Street Funding, LLC to the extent that there is advertising related to Baker Street Funding, LLC. 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 legal advance. The term lawsuit loans, settlement loans, lawsuit lenders, lawsuit cash advance(s), settlement advance loans, lawsuit settlement loans, or any word related to a loan(s), lending, lender(s), borrow(er), and cash advance(s) may be used to refer to legal funding. The words and any of its forms: loan(s), lender(s), lending, borrow, and cash advance(s) are strictly used for marketing purposes and easier comprehension for prospective clients. Our client relationships are paramount to us, and we take the client’s education process very seriously.
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