Lawsuit loans in South Carolina

Get lawsuit funding in South Carolina with rates as low as 1.5%

If you are having a hard time getting flexible and low rates pre-settlement funding, search no more. Get the money you need from your pending lawsuit settlement, from a top-rated legal funding company in South Carolina.

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SOUTH CAROLINA LAWSUIT LOANS

Better funding for South Carolina residents.

Baker Street Funding provides competitive interest rates on lawsuit loans in South Carolina. Get rates that are reasonable and flexible. You could take out cash advances of up to 50% of your potential settlement amount for as low as 1.5% to 3.5% non-compounding monthly interest rates. Get between 10% to 20% of the potential settlement value if your case is pre-settled, and if your case has already reached a settlement, get a  post-settlement loan up to 50%.

Why Baker Street Funding lawsuit loans in SC?

Our unwavering commitment to provide financial aid to plaintiffs in South Carolina set us apart in the industry. Here are the reasons why lawsuit loans from Baker Street Funding could be a good fit for you.

See the pre-settlement funding process in South Carolina.

funding step 1

Apply

To get next-day lawsuit loans for your litigations, all you have to do is fill out our short application form online.

funding step 2

Qualification

Upon receiving your application, our legal funding team will immediately contact you to finalize your claim qualification, which only takes minutes.

funding step 3

Evaluation

Then, underwriting will contact your attorney to obtain the necessary documentation and negotiate the best loan amount for your case value.

funding step 4

Funding

If your case meets pre-settlement funding, your application will be approved within 24 hours, and the agreed loan amount will be credited to your account within an hour or two. It's as easy as that.

Disclaimer: Baker Street Funding believes that plaintiffs should take out only what they need and return for additional loans if the need arises. You also must have hired an attorney on contingency before applying for Baker Street Funding lawsuit loans. Having attorney representation gets you the best deal and gives you a better understanding of our contract terms.

Advantages of pre-settlement loans in South Carolina.

No credit check

Baker Street Funding is only concerned about helping you win the best settlement for your case. We don't go digging into your credit scores or history before evaluating your case. Apply for low rates lawsuit loans in South Carolina regardless of your credit status.

No employment check

Baker Street Funding does not consider your employment status as part of our criteria for processing your application. Work with a company that understands that you are going through difficult times, and that won't impose undue stress on you.

100% risk-free loans

Lawsuit loans in SC are best described as a non-recourse loans or cash advances. What this means is that you only pay us if you win the case. If by any chance the case doesn't settle in your favor, you get to work away without repaying a cent — no questions asked.

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South Carolina personal injury laws, car accident statistics, and legal funding.

South Carolina is renowned for its marsh-like sea islands and subtropical beaches. With a population of over 5 million people, you will find South Carolina residents to be receptive and hospitable. In addition to its cheerful residents, South Carolina is also flowing with fashionable holiday resorts, fascinating stage shows, and water parks. With so much to enjoy in the Palmetto State, it's heartbreaking that plaintiffs can't access fast lawsuit loans to push their case. Often, litigations get stalled, and plaintiffs who are not financially buoyant will submit to pressure from the defense attorney and defendants' insurers and settle for peanuts as compensation.

Recent reports and statistics from The National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA) showed that South Carolina recorded nearly 20 car crash fatalities per 100,000 of its population — which is double the national average.
At least 1000 people lost their lives on South Carolina roads in the same year. The causes of fatal traffic accidents include drunk driving, speeding, and distracted driving, among other common causes of accidents like failure to yield, tailgating, and to fall asleep at the wheel.
The statistics from NHTSA's reports are as follows:
1. Drunk driving caused 313 (about one third) of the fatal accidents in South Carolina.
2. Acceding to the NHTSA report, 361 people lost their lives due to over-speeding.
3. At least 391,000 people were injured in car accidents, while 3450 people were killed due to distracted driving in the previous year, 2016.
Texting while driving made it to the top of the list of causes of accidents due to distracted driving. Other causes include talking on the phone, eating or drinking, and tuning the radio.
We offer low rates and fast car accident lawsuit loans in South Carolina.
Personal Injury Laws in South Carolina
South Carolina's yearly injury death rate is 71.8 per 100,000 — 19.6% higher than the national average of 60.1.
The palmetto state adopts the comparative negligence rule, which allows the court to bar any party from receiving compensation for as much as the court deems him/her responsible for their injury or contributed to the accident.
In simple words, if a plaintiff is found to be partially negligent, the plaintiff can recover part of their losses so long as their negligence doesn't exceed the negligence of the other party.
Suppose a plaintiff is 30% at-fault for an accident or injury and the defendant is 70% at-fault; the plaintiff will get 70% compensation from the defendant.
As we mentioned earlier, the plaintiff will only get paid if he is not up to 50% at-fault or responsible for the injury. Baker Street Funding offers the most competitive and low rates of personal injury lawsuit loans in South Carolina.

South Carolina's yearly injury death rate is 71.8 per 100,000 — 19.6% higher than the national average of 60.1.
The palmetto state adopts the comparative negligence rule, which allows the court to bar any party from receiving compensation for as much as the court deems him/her responsible for their injury or contributed to the accident.
In simple words, if a plaintiff is found to be partially negligent, the plaintiff can recover part of their losses so long as their negligence doesn't exceed the negligence of the other party.
Suppose a plaintiff is 30% at-fault for an accident or injury and the defendant is 70% at-fault; the plaintiff will get 70% compensation from the defendant.
As we mentioned earlier, the plaintiff will only get paid if he is not up to 50% at-fault or responsible for the injury. Baker Street Funding offers the most competitive and low rates of personal injury lawsuit loans in South Carolina.

Like virtually all states in the United States, South Carolina also has a statutory time limit within which you are expected to file your lawsuit. This time limit is called a statute of limitations, and it differs with different cases.
If you miss this time frame, the South Carolina civil court system won't entertain your cases, and you will lose the right to getting compensation.
Here are the statutes of limitations in South Carolina:

  • Injury to person — 3 years
  • Injury to personal property — 3 years
  • Libel and slander — 2 years
  • False imprisonment — 2 years
  • Fraud — 3 years
  • Professional Malpractice — Medical malpractice: 3 years; architects, contractors, and professional engineers malpractice: 8 years
  • Trespass — 3 years
  • Contracts — written contracts under seal: 20 years; other written and oral contracts: 3 years
  • Judgments — 10 years
  • Sexual abuse —6 years after the person turns 21 or within three years of discovering the injury.
  • Wrongful death — 3 years.

Baker Street Funding lawsuit loans are accessible in virtually all cities and counties in South Carolina.
Cities We Have Funded So Far in South Carolina
1. Charleston
2. Columbia
3. North Charleston
4. Mount Pleasant
5. Rick Hill
6. Greenville
7. Summerville
8. Goose Creek
9. Hilton Head Island
10. Sumter
11. Florence
12. Spartanburg
13. Myrtle Beach
14. Greer
15. Aiken
Counties We Have Funded So Far in South Carolina
1. Greenville County
2. Richland County
3. Charleston County
4. Horry County
5. Spartanburg County
6. Lexington County
7. York County
8. Berkeley County
9. Anderson County
10. Beaufort County
11. Aiken County
12. Dorchester County
13. Florence County
14. Pickens County
15. Sumter County

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Alabama, Alaska, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming.

In the following states, we require a minimum amount of funding:

  • 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+. 

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