Pre-Settlement Lawsuit Loans In Ohio

Find the best rates for a pre-settlement cash advance in Ohio.

Ohioan plaintiffs with pending lawsuit settlements—whether you live in Cincinnati, Dayton, Youngstown, Chillicothe, Cleveland, Canton or Springfield or anywhere in Ohio, you can get approved for an effective and fast lawsuit loan with Baker Street Legal Funding. Enquire today to borrow $1,500 to $2,000,000+ to cover expenses and get a cash advance within 24 hours or sooner. Our interest rates range between at 2% to 3.4% non-compounding monthly with a 3 year capped rate. With lawsuit funding, you can borrow money against your lawsuit fast and many even maximize compensation in your case.

Lawsuit loans in Ohio

A lawsuit loan in the state of Ohio (OH) is a non-recourse cash advance in the form of a wire or a check frequently used by plaintiffs with financial difficulties during litigation. These are not considered loans because unlike a bank loan, they don’t require any collateral or recourse. Because there’s no recourse, settlement lenders carefully approve them for people with strong cases and retained attorneys. If your Ohio claim qualifies for funding, you may be able to receive up to $2,000,000+ if you have a personal injury lawsuit, and for corporate plaintiffs, you can obtain up to $10mm+. Keep your finances afloat with a low interest rate pre-settlement funding from Baker Street Legal Funding.

Are you looking for a lawsuit loan in Ohio?

Baker Street Funding would love to help you get the pre-settlement funds you need today. Our pre-settlement lawsuit loans provide same-day funding when you need cash quickly. A loan against your Ohio lawsuit could be your best option if you don’t have any other alternative, such as borrowing money from a financial institution or family or friends. Baker Street Funding has provided advances to personal injury victims and commercial litigants all over Ohio. We understand the difficulties of litigation and you are not alone in this journey. Enquire today to get a fast funding decision.

Baker Street Funding would love to help you get the pre-settlement funds you need today. Our pre-settlement lawsuit loans provide same-day funding when you need cash quickly. A lawsuit loan could be your best option if you don’t have any other alternative, such as borrowing money from a financial institution or family or friends. Baker Street Funding has provided advances to personal injury victims and commercial litigants all over Ohio. We understand the difficulties of litigation and you are not alone in this journey. Enquire today to get a fast funding decision.

Why Baker Street Funding's Ohio settlement loans?

Baker Street Legal Funding is here to help when you need cash for your pending lawsuit from a reliable legal funder. You’ll never run into half or confusing contracts, skyrocket rates, unsolicited calls, harassing calls, or hidden fees at Baker Street Funding. Our settlement loan application process is simple and fast. We have been recognized as the best in the settlement funding industry, and we can help you simplify your situation in the Buckeye State today. 

Low interest rates

Get the money you need at a low rate. Don't fall for scammy tactics with legal funding companies who say they provide 1% rates, their contracts always show 10 times that amount. Baker Street Funding is well-capitalized, and as such, we make sure that all Ohio pre-settlement funding has the lowest cost. Even if you don’t have a high valued case, we’ll try to help. Our interest rates are fixed, so your monthly interest doesn't change. Interest rates are as low as 2% up to 3.4% monthly (non-compounding).

3 year term

Baker Street Funding's rates are conveniently capped after a certain amount of time, usually 2 to 3 years. Capped rates provide you with protection if your litigation case takes longer than 2 to 3 years to solve—you will not pay additional interest. In other words, if your lawsuit takes 5 years to resolve, you won't get charged a penny more after a maximum of 36 months from when you take out your cash advance.

Fast funds

Our highly trained loan specialists have helped hundreds of plaintiffs in Ohio. To get started, fill out the application online or call us at 888-711-3599—same-day decision in post-settled cases and next-day approvals for most. Get your funds as soon as 1 business day after completing the funding agreement.

The Ohio lawsuit funding process.

At Baker Street Legal Funding, you can complete the entire lawsuit cash advance application online, from the comfort of your home. If approved, the funds will be directly deposited into your bank account the same day or you will get a next day check for quick easy access. See how it works:

Step 1

Apply​ for a loan

Before you apply for a lawsuit loan, you have to have an Ohio attorney representing you. You can easily apply online or over the phone with no obligation. When we receiving your request, our funding team will discuss some of the specific requirements for qualifying your case with you.

step 2S

Get a decision.

From there, our funding team will contact your attorney to inquire about your case specifics. After we speak to your lawyer, we will evaluate the the value of your claim and have a funding decision the same day or the next day.

Step 3

Get your loan funds.

Once approved, a lawsuit funding agreement will be formulated for you and your attorney to sign. Once contract is dually executed, you will receive the money in as little as 2-4 hours. (The average customer in Ohio, receives their legal funds in less than 6 hours).

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Is pre-settlement funding in Ohio right for me?

Pre-settlement funding may be the right choice if you’re struggling with a financial shortfall. If you are finding it hard to cover your day-to-day expenses such as rent or medical bills, an Ohio lawsuit loan can help you get back on your feet while your attorney gets the best personal injury settlement for your case. Personal injury victims come across unforeseen costs from litigation and the accident. In times like these, a pre-settlement loan may be a good way to get cash quickly; it can also help you settle your claim for better value. If your case is strong and the defendant is at fault, you can get approved for a cash advance to allow you some time to reach your settlement proceeds. Requesting funding from your case will not impact your credit score or your employment status.

Pre-settlement funding may be the right choice if you’re struggling with a financial shortfall. If you are finding it hard to cover your day-to-day expenses such as rent or medical bills, an Ohio lawsuit loan can help you get back on your feet while your attorney gets the best personal injury settlement for your case. Personal injury victims come across unforeseen costs from litigation and the accident. In times like these, a pre-settlement loan may be a good way to get cash quickly; it can also help you settle your claim for better value. If your case is strong and the defendant is at fault, you can get approved for a cash advance to allow you some time to reach your settlement proceeds. Requesting funding from your case will not impact your credit score or your employment status.

Look no further for the best settlement loan in Ohio.

Finding the best settlement loan can be challenging, but with the help of Baker Street Legal Funding, you can get your finances back on track while you pursue justice for your damages. We are proud to be a trusted pre-settlement funding company serving Ohio plaintiffs that offers fixed rates and terms that your attorney can approve of.

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Ohio pre-settlement funding FAQs.

Our pre-settlement funding specialists are ready to answer any questions you may have. Want to speak to us instead? Call us at (888) 711-3599 to learn more about our Ohio settlement loans.

All plaintiff funding in the state of Ohio has no risk. Also known as a non-recourse cash advance, the risk is carried by the legal funding company and not the borrower. This means that if you don’t win your case, you walk with the money. Legally, you will be exempt from making any payments if you don’t collect money from your case.

With a lawsuit loan through Baker Street Funding, you can borrow between $1,500 to $2,000,000+ if you have a personal injury, employment, or civil rights case and up to $10,000,000+ if you are a corporate plaintiff in Ohio.

If you’re ready to pay off your Ohio settlement loan before the end of your lawsuit, you can do so – there are no penalty fees. However, if your case doesn’t payout, you will be free from paying back the  borrowed settlement funds.

*For corporate litigations in Ohio, this depends on the case, please call us to learn more.

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Corporate litigation funding

Settled Case Funding

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

Alabama, Alaska, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Nevada,  New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, 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+. 
  • We currently fund South Carolina at a minimum of $110,000.  Case value must be at least $1.1 million+. 
  • We currently fund in Nevada at a minimum of $50,000. Case value must be at least $500,000+.
  • We currently fund in Illinois at a maximum of $40,000.

*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.

Learn about the personal injury laws, statistics and legal funding in Ohio.

Ohio is located in the midwest and is a manufacturing leader, ranking #3 as a manufacturing employment provider in the United States. It is known for its manufacturing jobs in Cleveland, Cincinnati, Akron, Dayton, Strongsville, and Mansfield. Ohio is also known for its worldwide tourism and for being a red state in recent U.S. elections.

If you live in Ohio, you may know landmarks such as Baum-Taft House, Beginning Point of the U.S. Public Land, the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cedar Point, Serpent Mound Historic Site, as previous U.S. Presidents have lived in Ohio, the Mother of Presidents. 

Despite the success in agriculture and the gorgeous landmarks and tourism that Ohio brings, many personal injury victims still struggle financially every day in the Buckeye State. When you live unemployed while injured or dealing with wrongful imprisonment, even a small expense such as buying groceries can set you back and put you under high stress with risks of becoming hungry and homeless. Unfortunately, this is the case currently for many plaintiffs in Ohio.

If approximately 14% of Ohio residents live in poverty and 13% live not knowing if they’ll eat the next day, imagine the financial crisis of plaintiffs involved in personal injuries? Yearly over 110,000 people get injured in the state, leaving thousands without work. To give you a rough number, these are the stats:

  • Around 18% percent of those injured people have back injuries.
  • More or less, 19% percent of those injuries were caused by slips and falls.
  • 12% involve a motor vehicle accident.
  • Yearly, there are about 67,000 car accidents in Ohio.
  • Roughly 12 people get injured every day.
  • Drivers under the influence of alcohol cause drivers 4% of all motor vehicle-related accidents.
  • Drunk drivers make up for 10% of all deaths.
  • Surprisingly, 45% of car accidents happen during the day.

The statute of limitations in the state of Ohio varies depending on the type of case you have. Ultimately, the statute of limitation is a time limit for filing a lawsuit. 

This means that if you do not file your case that time frame, you may not be eligible to recover compensation for your damages. 

  • Bodily: 2 yrs. §2305.11(a); 2305.10; 2305.111
  • Libel/Slander: 1 yr. §2305.11(a)
  • Personal property: 2 yrs. §2305.10
  • Fraud: 4 yrs. §2305.09(c)

According to the Ohio government Department of Insurance, the state works with Comparative Negligence:

” You can recover your damages, minus the percent caused by your own negligence if it’s judged to be 50 percent or less. If you’re more than 50 percent negligent, you may not recover any losses from the other driver. Going back to the example of your being only 20 percent negligent, you would recover 80 percent of your damage under comparative negligence. The other driver would receive no compensation because that person’s negligence exceeded 50 percent. “

The minimum auto insurance policy coverage limits in Ohio are:

  • $25,000 for the injury or death of one person in an accident of your fault.
  • $50,000 for all injuries or deaths resulting from an accident of your fault, 
  • $25,000 for any property damage from an accident of your fault.

For victims involved in financial setbacks as a result of their lawsuits, legal funding may be a great option for solving some financial issues. Lawsuit funding is a popular choice for victims who need to borrow cash from their pending settlements to cover major financial needs. 

If you’re a resident of Ohio, you have been injured in a “no-fault” accident, do not have any prior liens or funding, and you’re considering taking out a cash advance, you may be automatically pre-approved for legal funding in Ohio. By taking out a settlement loan you will get back on your feet giving time to your lawyer to keep fighting for you.  Legal funding can help you improve your financial situation with ease today.

Baker Street Funding provides funding in every location in Ohio. These are some of the most famous cities we provide funding:

  • Cincinnati
  • Dayton
  • Youngstown
  • Chillicothe
  • Cleveland 
  • Canton 
  • Whitehall
  • Springfield
  • Portsmouth
  • Toledo
  • Akron 
  • Parma 
  • Columbus 

Counties:

  • Medina County
  • Summer County
  • Montgomery County
  • Cuyahoga County
  • Lake County
  • Hamilton County
  • Ashtabula County
  • Lorain County
  • Geauga County
  • Portage County
  • Summit County
  • Medina County

Select a legal funding service to get started. 

Attorney Requests

Lawsuit Loans

Litigation Funding

Personal Injury Loans

Settled Case Loans

Surgery Funding

Or just call us at 888.711.3599 to apply.