Lawsuit Loans And Pre-Settlement FUnding In Pennsylvania

Pre-settlement funding in Pennsylvania with simple rates.

Baker Street Funding offers fast lawsuit funding for Pennsylvania plaintiffs without the stressful verification process. Get pre-settlement funding with fixed interest rates starting at 2.95% per month. Borrow from $1,500 up to $2,000,000+ for personal injury cases and up to $10,000,000+ for corporate claims in Pennsylvania. Want to consolidate a loan from a different company? As a Baker Street Funding borrower, you can bring down your rate substantially when you fund your litigation with us.

LAWSUIT LOANS IN PENNSYLVANIA

Fund your Pennsylvania lawsuit without hassles.

The state of Pennsylvania has friendly personal injury laws that make it legal for lawsuit loan companies to fund plaintiffs involved in accidents and other types of lawsuits. Baker Street Funding is the type of lender that understands that time is of great essence and every second counts in determining the outcome of your personal injury case in the state of Pennsylvania. Having provided non-recourse funding to a remarkable number of lawsuit victims, we have extended our dedicated services to all cities in PA. If you live in Philly, Pittsburg, Allentown, Harrisburg, Scranton, Lancaster, or any of the 57 cities in the Keystone State, you could get access to a loan to help you push your pending lawsuit until you get equitable justice. Receive the money in a lump sum, or you can get portions of the approved amount as needed. Our cash advances are a same-day financial lifeline to keep you afloat and maintain a high tempo during the pendency of your case. 

The state of Pennsylvania has friendly personal injury laws that make it legal for lawsuit loan companies to fund plaintiffs involved in accidents and other types of lawsuits. Baker Street Funding is the type of lender that understands that time is of great essence and every second counts in determining the outcome of your personal injury case in the state of Pennsylvania. Having provided non-recourse funding to a remarkable number of lawsuit victims, we have extended our dedicated services to all cities in PA. If you live in Philly, Pittsburg, Allentown, Harrisburg, Scranton, Lancaster, or any of the 57 cities in the Keystone State, you could get access to a loan to help you push your pending lawsuit until you get equitable justice. Receive the money in a lump sum, or you can get portions of the approved amount as needed. Our cash advances are a same-day financial lifeline to keep you afloat and maintain a high tempo during the pendency of your case. 

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How do lawsuit loans help plaintiffs in Pennsylvania?

A pre-settlement lawsuit loan in Pennsylvania is a risk-free cash advance based on the pending settlement proceeds of a plaintiff’s personal injury claim. A settlement advance is also non-recourse, meaning you only pay back the amount you borrow after you win your case—hence free of any risk to you. Legal loans give claimants with strong lawsuits instant access to funds for all current financing needs. Obtaining funding for your case could help you financially support yourself while your lawyer fights for a fair settlement. Explore your financial options and get approval in less than 24 hours. Rest assured that you will get the financial assistance you need right away.

A pre-settlement lawsuit loan in Pennsylvania is a risk-free cash advance based on the pending settlement proceeds of a plaintiff’s personal injury claim. A settlement advance is also non-recourse, meaning you only pay back the amount you borrow after you win your case—hence free of any risk to you. Legal loans give claimants with strong lawsuits instant access to funds for all current financing needs. Obtaining funding for your case could help you financially support yourself while your lawyer fights for a fair settlement. Explore your financial options and get approval in less than 24 hours. Rest assured that you will get the financial assistance you need right away.

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How does the Pennsylvania lawsuit funding process work?

 The legal funding process takes 24 hours from when your attorney provides your case file. Our pre-qualification assessment is simple. Our responsive support team with expertise in PA laws is available around the clock to walk you through the process and guide you through every step.

step 1 for legal funding

Apply online or by phone

Baker Street Funding doesn't require a long list of criteria to process your Pennsylvania lawsuit loan application. When you apply, you will provide your attorney's contact details and basic data. Once you submit your application, a funding specialist will contact you to confirm your claim details.

step 2 for legal funding

24 hour case review

Then, our legal financing experts will contact your attorney to gather you case documents. If the law firm representing you is responsive, our attorneys will perform a 24 hour case evaluation, followed by a funding decision.

step 3 for legal funding

Same day funding

Once underwriting sees that your case has merits and all criteria are met, you and your attorney will get a funding agreement to sign. Once we get the dually signed contract, the money will be credited to your bank account hours after we receive it. You also have the option to receive a check.

Our lawsuit cash advances in Pennsylvania have some great benefits.

With no risk, a 3-year term, and fixed rates, we can help you pay your bills and other expenses today without compromising your settlement.

No hidden fees

Get nothing short of the best pricing on your lawsuit funding application for your Pennsylvania case — all with no hidden fees or markups.

Better terms

All Baker Street Funding interest rates on pre-settlement advances are capped after 2 to 3 years. And, if your case takes longer than that to settle, you do not pay any additional interest above the capped rate (or 2-3 year term).

Top-rated

Baker Street Funding has high regard for standards and regulations. We have a deep understanding of complex laws in Pennsylvania, and we know what it takes to fund your case. That's why we have been voted the best funding provider nationwide.

Larger funding

Get up to $2,000,000+ or up to 10% from your potential settlement value for when you need an instant cash advance against your litigation. Qualify to up to 50% in post-settlement advances from your settled case.

See how our settlement funding interest rates compare. 

We care about your financial stability during litigation and don’t burden you with unfair interest rates. A lawsuit cash advance against the proceeds of your settlement in the state of Pennsylvania can be costly once your lawsuit settles, and many lenders charge up to 100%-200% a year in interest rates, and when the settlement process is taking too long, you can easily end up settling for these predatory firms. Don’t give up hope when you start to feel frustrated; apply today, and receive non-compounding rates starting at 2.95% per month.

With Baker Street Funding

Funding amount

$5,000


Our monthly rate

2.95% to 3.4% simple


Our contracts

Costs as advertised


Our caps

2 - 3 year cap


Our total interest paid in 18 months

$1,800

With other lawsuit lenders

Funding amount

$5,000


Their monthly rate

2.95% monthly compounding


Their contracts

Show another number on contract


Their caps

No caps


Their total interest paid in 18 months

$3,900

Estimated savings with Baker Street Funding

$2,100

With a pre-settlement loan, there are no job or credit checks.

It’s hard to borrow money when you are unemployed or have a bad credit history. A lawsuit loan may be a good option if you don’t qualify for a conventional loan or can no longer borrow money from friends and family. Your credit score or job status is not part of the legal funding requirement. If your case is strong and at no fault, you could be eligible for a lawsuit settlement loan to strengthen your stand throughout your litigation while you take care of your current financial situation. You could get funding the same day that your attorney sends your case file.

Pre-settlement cash advance
Lawsuit funding

Non-recourse legal funding has no risk.

Court hearings in Pennsylvania are like the wind, and nobody can confidently tell the outcome of the proceedings. Settlement funding in Pennsylvania is non-recourse, meaning if you don’t win your case, you don’t have to bother about repaying the lawsuit cash. We have been in the pre-settlement funding business for a long time, and we understand how unpredictable lawsuit hearings can swing. When you get a PA settlement loan, you will owe nothing if your case doesn’t settle in your favor.

Receive pre-settlement funding today.

When it comes to getting low-interest rate pre-settlement legal funding in Pennsylvania, Baker Street Funding can help. Get expert financial services with the lowest rates the industry has to offer. Contact us today and get unhindered access to a settlement loan against your pending lawsuit settlement in Pennsylvania. We are just a call away. It takes one minute to apply.

FAQs.

Understanding your funding options for your legal claim is critical to your financial well-being once you receive compensation from your lawsuit. Below are some of our most frequently asked questions.

If you have a strong legal battle against a well-insured defendant in Pennsylvania, have a no-fault accident and your attorney consents to the loan, you may qualify for a lawsuit cash advance on the case.

It is important that you ensure that your attorney agrees to help you by kindly authorizing them to communicate with us. You can only qualify for funding with a retained attorney and their willingness to submit the required information to us. If you need an attorney in Pennsylvania, you can contact us and we can recommend one for you.

Baker Street Funding’s pre-qualification process for non-recourse legal funding is straightforward and typically takes 24 hours after your lawyer sends your documents.

You’d be done filling out the quick online application form within a minute or two.  Once you accept the terms of the agreement, you will get your lawsuit cash advance within hours after you and your lawyer sign the funding contract.

Lawsuits can drag on for a very long time and overstretch a victim’s pockets. Many plaintiffs have had to settle for less because their lawsuit was costing them time and money. 

The interest rate on legal funding is set depending on how risky your Pennsylvania case is. Typically, the interest rate will be between 2.95% to 3.4% monthly, non-compounding with a 2 to a 3-year cap.

Loans with capped rates are convenient for borrowers as they get a lower interest rate when using the funds to pay bills while waiting for a better settlement offer. Your interest won’t change every month, and the life of the loan will end when the case pays out or in the third year at the most.

Yes, Baker Street Funding provides financing for settled claims with a minimum settlement of $50,000.

For plaintiffs:

Has your case been concluded, but you are yet to receive the settlement? A non-recourse loan on your settlement can help cushion the financial burden you might be facing.

Get up to 20% of the settlement value without any bottleneck. All you have to do is fill out our online application form and wait for our legal funding team to contact you, followed by a call to your attorney.

For attorneys:

Working on a contingency basis is costly. However, there is a solution with post-settlement financing in Pennsylvania which can be a lifeline for your practice after enduring a financial setback of a court case.

We can provide up to 50% of your fees after our underwriters screen your application and speak to you.

Please call (888) 711-3599 to learn more about how funding for Pennsylvania attorneys works.

Our litigation funding product covers an extensive list of lawsuits, including employment discrimination (harassment and retaliation), wrongful termination, personal injury, wrongful imprisonment, auto accidents, breach of contract, and more. See some of the claims we mostly fund:

Personal injury loans

Motor vehicle and car accident loans

Civil rights

Employment and labor lawsuit funding

Corporate litigation funding

Settled Case Funding

The following table depicts Baker Street Funding’s approximate funding amounts and costs in the Keystone State:
Interest Non-compounding starting at 2.95% p/month
Caps 2-3 year cap
Funding time 24-48 hours
Funding amounts $1,500 up to $2mm

Some of our funding products.

Baker Street Funding provides financing for most types of personal injury and commercial litigation. Apply for a quick pre-settlement advance for your Pennsylvania claim all the way until you reach a settlement or jury award. Call us at (888) 711-3599 to learn more. Check out some of our most common legal funding services below.

Learn more about Pennsylvania personal injury laws, accident facts and liability minimums.

Pennsylvania is mainly known as the Keystone State because the foundations of the US were built in this beautiful state. Pennsylvania was the state where the Declaration of Independence, U.S. Constitution, and the Gettysburg Address were written.

PA has some famous historic landmarks and attractions, from the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia to the Valley Forge and Gettysburg battle sites.

With all the beauty Pennsylvania has to offer, it also carries a number of car accidents and fatalities. These are some of the approximate numbers of crashes and fatalities in the state of Pennsylvania:

  • Pennsylvania has about 12 crashes per hour, which makes up to almost 300 crashes daily. Every day, 3  people get fatally injured.
  • Serious injuries go about 4,000 per year and minor injuries make up around 30,000 per year.
  • There are over 3,000 motorcycle injuries per year in PA and over 2,700 pedestrian injuries.
  • Tractor-trailer fatalities make up around 100 + fatalities per year while drinking and driving make up approximately 250+ fatalities per year.

Most crash fatalities are by angle and hitting fixed objects. Males are more prone to be involved in a car accident in Pennsylvania than females.

Delaying legal representation will leave you struggling with medical bills, deferred compensation, and even losing the opportunity to get legal redress. Don’t waste any time before filing your Pennsylvania claim against anyone who might have caused your injury or loss.

If you let too much time go by before submitting your case, the chances are that you may lose the integrity of your evidence and compromise the testimony of your eyewitness.

A statute of limitation is the time range within which a plaintiff can file his or her claim and sue for damages. This period varies from county to county in Pennsylvania, and upon expiration, you can no longer sue for damages.

Statute of limitations for personal injuries in Pennsylvania:

The statute of limitations in Pennsylvania also varies by the type of claim involved. Plaintiffs are allowed two (2) years to file their lawsuits and present their case in front of a judge. However, in the case of minors, there is special consideration known as the Minors’ Tolling statute.

The statute of limitations for car accidents and medical malpractice in Pennsylvania follows the same rules as personal injuries.

For minors

The tolling statute allows minors to file and sue for damages on injuries when they turn 18, so it doesn’t matter if the injury happened when they were 13 or 15 years old. For non-minors, you have the “Discovery Rule” in your arsenal.

The discovery rule

The Discovery Rule allows you to count your two years from when you found out or should have known that your injury was caused by someone else’s actions – either as a result of negligence or poor working conditions (whatever the case may be).

No-fault car insurance

Because Pennsylvania is a no-fault state, you have personal injury protection which pays your medical costs regardless of who was at fault in the accident.

All residents in the state must carry PIP (personal injury protection) car insurance by law in the state of Pennsylvania.

Liability insurance in Pennsylvania is  15/30/5

  • $15,000 in bodily injury coverage;
  • $30,000 limit per accident;
  • $5,000 in property damage coverage;
  • $5,000 in personal injury protection coverage.

Pennsylvania follows a modified comparative fault rule

Under the comparative negligence rules, your damages settlement or jury award is reduced by a percentage equal to your percent of the fault. Also, if you are over 50% at fault in the crash, you won’t get any monetary award.

Often, plaintiffs in Pennsylvania who have limited resources are soon faced with mammoth bills – utility bills, home supplies, healthcare, mortgage, and emergencies. When you are faced with protracted court cases, don’t buckle and give up on your case; get in touch with Baker Street Funding and get a quick lawsuit loan in Pennsylvania without wasting time.

Our legal funding staff is trained to ease the burden on your shoulders. They are passionate legal experts dedicated to helping you get the money you need while you fight for the best settlement for your case.

Don’t let your case stall and become frustrated because you are short on cash, and contact a settlement funding company that can assist.

Counties:

  • Jefferson
  • Clarion
  • Greene
  • Clearfield
  • Somerset
  • Sullivan
  • Clinton
  • Fayette
  • Forest
  • Chester
  • Allegheny
  • Delaware
  • Erie
  • Lackawanna
  • Lehigh
  • Luzerne
  • Northampton

Cities:

  • Shamokin York
  • Mckees Rocks
  • Harrisburg
  • Mckeesport
  • Jefferson Hills
  • Greensburg
  • Phoenixville
  • Broomall
  • Philadelphia
  • Lancaster
  • Coatesville
  • Mount Lebanon
  • Jefferson Hills
  • South Park
  • Bethel Park

Select a legal funding service to get started. 

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Personal Injury Loans

Settled Case Loans

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Or just call us at 888.711.3599 to apply.