Lawsuit loans in Maine
Not just another pre-settlement funding company in Maine.
Baker Street Legal Funding provides fast financial assistance to plaintiffs in Maine in need of a risk-free and stress free cash advance from their lawsuit settlement. Lawsuit loans through Baker Street Funding can help you take control of your money. Apply for lawsuit funding and upon approval borrow from $1,500 up to $2mm with capped fixed rates starting at 24% a year.
Get a Maine lawsuit loan for all your financial needs.
It’s almost impossible to talk about litigations in Maine and not mention financial hardship on the plaintiffs’ side. In Maine, lawsuits can be hard to deal with, and they usually come with financial commitments that put holes in plaintiffs’ pockets. Getting your finances on track at a time when plaintiffs and their families are struggling with the pain and suffering caused by an accident or crime perpetrated against them can be devastating. This is why pre-settlement funding was originated, to give victims of lawsuits the financial relief they need while they reach a better settlement for their case.
The popularity of this type of financing is at its peak today because they are a convenient solution for personal injury victims during their legal battles.
Baker Street Funding has years of experience with plaintiffs in Maine, which has given us first-hand experience of what people go through — and yes, it’s not the best of experiences. In a bid to cushion the financial burden on plaintiffs in Maine and help them see their lawsuits through to the end, we offer reliable lawsuit funding in the state of Maine. We have gone many steps ahead to make our legal funding services accessible to everyone that qualifies for legal funding in Maine, regardless of your case.
It’s almost impossible to talk about litigations in Maine and not mention financial hardship on the plaintiffs’ side. In Maine, lawsuits can be hard to deal with, and they usually come with financial commitments that put holes in plaintiffs’ pockets. Getting your finances on track at a time when plaintiffs and their families are struggling with the pain and suffering caused by an accident or crime perpetrated against them can be devastating. This is why pre-settlement funding was originated, to give victims of lawsuits the financial relief they need while they reach a better settlement for their case. Baker Street Funding has years of experience with plaintiffs in Maine, which has given us first-hand experience of what people go through — and yes, it’s not the best of experiences. In a bid to cushion the financial burden on plaintiffs in Maine and help them see their lawsuits through to the end, we offer reliable lawsuit funding in the state of Maine. We have gone many steps ahead to make our legal funding services accessible to everyone that qualifies for legal funding in Maine, regardless of your case.
Pre-settlement funding in Maine, easy and fast.
At Baker Street Legal Funding, we will go the extra mile to ensure that all your needs are met because we only exist to serve our clients better. If there is anything not to take for granted during your pending lawsuit, it is the time you are putting into it. Yes, you can’t afford to have your case dragged for ages because of your finances and injuries. You have to be on top of your case at all times and ensure that financial shortcomings don’t hinder the case by settling for less. Rest assured that you will get a quick qualification with the best legal funding team handling your Maine lawsuit loan application.
Baker Street Funding offers the most reasonable and affordable rates on all of our lawsuit loans in Maine and in the industry. We provide low-interest rates on both pre-settlement and post-settlement lawsuit funding that are non-compounding and end in the third year of your loan. This means if your case takes longer than that cap time to settle, your rates will automatically stop.
As part of our efforts to make your application smooth to follow through with, our telephone lines are always available for free consultations and guidance on how to get you the best help for your situation. You have unhindered access to our team of renowned legal and financial experts for a resourceful and skillful guide. Our legal funding products, including consultations with our experts, are free and most importantly, fast.
No hidden costs. No catch
There are no upfront costs or hidden charges. Our contracts are straightforward and what you see is what you get. There won't be any extra-shady charges. Page 2 of our funding agreement outlines everything you will need to know about costs. You only pay us if you win your case. And your rates end when your case settles or at the most, in the third year.
Easy, hitch-free application process.
If you are under constant cash shortage due to your accident or your lawsuit and don’t know how to get a cash advance from your case in the state of Maine, contact us at Baker Street Funding at 888-711-3599. Thanks to our swift lawsuit funding services in Maine, Baker Street Funding always comes through in your time of need. See how easy the process is:
To qualify for legal funding in Maine, all you need to do is fill out our short application form online, followed by a 5-minute call with a legal funding expert.
Once your case details get through to our legal experts, we will immediately evaluate your application by reaching out to your attorney for further details of your case. Depending on your attorney's responsiveness and compliance, and your case checks every box of merit, we will have a funding decision the same day.
Once approved, you will get the cash advance hours after dually signing the lawsuit funding contract for the state of Maine.
The advantages behind lawsuit funding in Maine.
You will find that Maine’s lawsuit cash advances are useful in settling bills and paying rent, or mortgage, or for more complex matters such as corporate litigation. Before spending money only on your crucial financial commitments, see some of the advantages to lawsuit funding in Maine which include no risk, no credit check, and no employment check.
Pre-settlement funding amounts in Maine.
Pre-settlement funding for ongoing cases in Maine is thoughtfully calculated to help you take care of financial emergencies that may pop up during our litigation. We offer up to 20% of the potential settlement value to keep you afloat in your time of need.
If your case has already been settled for over $50,000 and the award is yet to be paid for one reason or the other, you can apply for Baker Street Legal Funding post-settlement loans. We offer up to 50% of your settlement or compensation value pending when the award will be paid.
Post- settlement loans in Maine.
Our post-settlement loans are of equal importance to both plaintiffs and attorneys in Maine. While plaintiffs can use their money to cater to personal needs and other living expenses, attorneys can also use litigation funding to grow their practice, especially if they are working on contingency. Attorneys often have several cases to handle simultaneously, and they need to sustain constant cash flow to keep their firm up and running. Other expenses include paying employees’ salaries, office rent, and other financial commitments, including paying expert witnesses.
Apply for Maine legal funding today.
Baker Street legal Funding is your go-to-guy whenever you need quick lawsuit loans. We look forward on receiving your application to help you fund your Maine lawsuit for all your needs. Our resourceful team of legal experts and underwriters are here to help you at all times.
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Maine, it's roads, it's accidents and legal funding.
Reports from the U.S Department of Transportation’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System shows that Maine has a record of 12.9 death per 100,000 of the population in 2017. With a total of 163 car crashes recorded in the same year, 172 deaths were recorded, and this figure is considered to be on the high side. The report also revealed that 78% of fatal car crashes happened in rural areas. These statistics suggest that drivers and pedestrians, and other road users should be safety conscious at all times. Baker Street Legal Funding offers fast lawsuit loans to support drivers and victims of car accidents in Maine. So, if you or anyone you know require fast and low-rates car accident lawsuit loans in Maine, don’t hesitate to contact us today.
Among the everyday civil actions in Maine are personal injuries and such cases are complex. Maine also uses the modified comparative fault doctrine when calculating compensation for accident victims. In this system of law, victims of injury are paid compensation as much as they are at fault for the injury or damage. If a plaintiff is under 50% at fault, he/she can sue for damages and get compensation. However, if the plaintiff is found to be over 50% at fault, he or she loses the right to claim compensation. For instance, if the other party involved is responsible for 80% of the injury, the court will ask the person concerned to pay 80% of the damages. In comparison, the other 20% will be charged on the plaintiff’s compensation/damages.
To ensure that every party involved in a lawsuit is not put under undue pressure, Maine uses the statute of limitations as a tool for ensuring transparency and preservation of evidence, including witness testimonies. Statutes of limitations are a time limit within which the plaintiff is expected to have reasonably discovered an injury and file their claims against whoever is responsible for the damages. This time frame is statutory and differs with different cases. Compared to what is obtainable in other states in the United States, Maine has a long period of grace for plaintiffs to sue for damages. Here are some civil statutes of limitations in Maine:
•Injury to person — 6 years. However, if it’s a case of assault, battery, or wrongful imprisonment, plaintiffs have two years to file their claims against whoever is responsible.
•Injury to person — 6 years.
•Fraud — 6 years.
•Trespass — 6 years.
•Libel/slander — 2 years.
•Professional malpractice — 3 years for medical malpractices, two years for attorneys, and four (4) years for architects, engineers, and land surveyors.
•Collection of debts — 6 years.
•Collection of rents — 6 years.
•Court Judgments — 20 years.
•Contracts — 20 years.
If you are familiar with the statutes of limitations in the United States, you would agree that Maine truly has a long time of grace for plaintiffs to file their claims. Also, Maine recognizes the discovery and Tolling doctrine, where the plaintiff can sue for damages after the statutes of limitations have elapsed. These exemptions are not available to everyone, but you can ask your attorney to see if it applies to your case. Regardless, don’t wait until the last minute before you initiate your lawsuit against the other party. You risk losing your right to file for compensation if your case is dismissed for been late.
Baker Street Legal Funding offers flexible and fast lawsuit loans and pre-settlement funding to victims of car accidents and injuries in Maine. You can get between 10% to 50% of your potential settlement value, depending on whether your case has been settled or litigation is ongoing. You are welcome to take advantage of our free legal funding consultation for more information on how legal funding can help you. Call us at 888-711-3599 to learn more.
Our legal funding services are available across Maine’s entire area — cities, counties, and towns.
Cities we have funded in Maine:
Waterville and other cities in Maine.
Counties we have funded in Maine so far:
- Assault and battery
- Agricultural and farming accidents
- Beach accidents
- Carbon monoxide poisoning
- Chemical fire accidents
- Cruise ship accidents
- Dram shop
- Electrical accidents
- Expected/intended harm
- Gym accidents
- Hospital negligence
- Libel and defamation suits
- Nursing home negligence
- Negligent security
- Medical malpractice
- Product liability
- Premises liability
- Roundup lawsuits
- School bullying
- School negligence
- Slip and fall
- Sports Injuries
- Subway accidents
- Sexual abuse of any kind
- Surgical error
- Supermarket accidents
- Swimming pool accidents
- Toxic mold
- Veteran Affairs Military Lawsuits
- Wet pavements
- Work related accidents
- Wrongful death
- Ambulance accidents
- Aviation accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Boating accidents
- Bus accidents
- Commercial vehicle accidents
- Farm tractor
- Firetruck accidents
- Forklift accidents
- Golf cart accidents
- Hit and Runs
- Head-on accidents
- Helicopter accidents
- Limousine accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Multiple-vehicle Accidents
- Pedestrian accident
- Police car accidents
- Parking lot accidents
- Racing car accidents
- Rear-end accident claims
- RV accidents
- Scooter and moped accidents
- Semi-truck 18 wheeler accidents
- Taxicab accidents
- Uber, Lyft accidents
- Train accidents
- Construction accidents
- Employment discrimination
- Jones Act
- Sexual harassment
- Wage law violation
- Wrongful termination
- Patent Litigation Funding
- Securities and Shareholder
- Qui Tam Whistle Blower
- International Arbitration
- Commercial Litigation
- Competition and Anti Trust
- DIP Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
- Veteran Affairs Settlements
- All settled mass torts
*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.