LAWSUIT LOANS AND PRE-SETTLEMENT FUNDING IN TENNESSEE

Pre-settlement funding for plaintiffs in Tennessee—starting at $5,000.

Easy and fast lawsuit funding for plaintiffs in Tennessee in less than 24 hours. Proudly serving Nashville, Memphis, Knoxville, Shelbyville, Chattanooga, Clarksville, Murfreesboro, Franklin, Jackson, Johnson City, and the surrounding areas. Our funding offer is exclusive to personal injury victims with pending or settled lawsuits. Pre-settlement funding in Tennessee starts from $5,000 to $1,000,000+ for plaintiffs. Lawsuit loan interest rates start from 2.95% to 3.4% simple per month.

Do you need financial assistance during litigation in Tennessee?

A lawsuit cash advance can help you take care of your present bills without bowing to the pressure from the insurance company to settle for less than you deserve. Look to Baker Street Funding and get a custom lawsuit loan contract with low-interest rates to cushion financial strains and not get buried in bills or drop your Tennessee case too early. We provide funding for most types of personal injury litigation. You can also get settlement funding for commercial litigation, wrongful imprisonments, and employment discrimination. Baker Street Funding provides a rapid financial boost while your Tennessee attorney has the time they need to put together a stronger case to finally win a fair settlement for your legal battle.

How do lawsuit loans help plaintiffs in Tennessee?

A lawsuit loan in Tennessee is also known as a settlement advance. This advance is risk-free because it is solely based on the expected lawsuit settlement proceeds of a plaintiff’s case and not on their credit score. Lawsuit loans are designed for plaintiffs with strong claims since these loans are a type of non-recourse financing. With a non-recourse lawsuit cash advance, you are under no obligation to repay both principal and interest of the money you borrow if your case doesn’t settle in your favor, hence risk-free. This type of funding always comes in handy when you run out of cash and need to push your case to settle for maximum value instead of the insurance’s low ball offer. 

How does the Tennessee lawsuit funding process work?

Once you are approved, Baker Street Funding will present you with a clear and straightforward legal funding contract to sign alongside your attorney. That way, you are sure that you are not signing off on hidden terms as it is all written on the contract. You are sure to get a significant amount as a portion of your expected settlement proceeds and get the settlement funds paid to you almost immediately after approval — you can get the approval within 24 hours or even less. 

Settlement funding process 1

Apply for funding.

Apply for a lawsuit loan online or over the phone at no risk. Provide the necessary information about your case and that of your attorney. Then, a member of our staff will call you to finish the qualification.

Settlement funding process 2

Evaluation.

Next, our team of underwriters (who are also experienced and unbiased lawyers) will evaluate your case with your attorney to see if it qualifies for the advance.

Settlement funding process 3

Sign documents.

Once the evaluation period is done, we will conclude on how much your litigation is deemed to be worth. Then, we will provide you and your lawyer a funding contract to sign.

Settlement funding process 4

Obtain your funds.

The loan amount will be paid to you almost immediately after signing the funding agreement. You will get the funds within 4 - 24 hours (on a business day). The money can be deposited into your bank account or made out in a check.

Our lawsuit cash advances in Tennessee have its benefits.

It’s an open secret that pre-settlement advances are unregulated in many states across the U.S, including Tennessee. This has led to a gradual increase in the number of unprofessional funding companies taking advantage of unsuspecting plaintiffs, with interest rates as high as 300% per annum. Thankfully, that’s not the case with Baker Street Funding. We undertake the best practices and give full disclosure in all of our offers. 

Fast turnarounds

We understand the value and importance of time during litigations — a second delay can delay your case and cause you to lose the case. We offer a fast turnaround on all funding applications for Tennessee cases.

Contract match

No doubt, we are the leading funding company serving Tennessean plaintiffs. Our offers reflect the reality of the case, and we strive to give plaintiffs nothing short of the spell best and enough cash to help them push their case forward.

Next-day funds

We are geared towards making all funding application processes seamless and easy to follow through. Our unique approach to plaintiff cash advances ensures that you get the money you need in record time, within 24 hours or less.

Better rates

With our full-disclosure and 100% transparency policies, you don't have to lose sleep over hidden fees or predatory charges. What you see is what you get, and we don't change the post in the middle of the game. Compared to what other lender provide, plaintiffs in Tennessee are sure to get the lowest interest rates—no matter what. You also get a much lower rate if your attorney refers the case.

Settlement funding has no risk to plaintiffs.

Dealing with injuries from accidents and staying on top of your bills can be very daunting. And protracted litigations don’t make the situation any better. Many plaintiffs get caught up in drawn-out legal battles and feel they are not making headway because of finances and other personal obligations. If your case is strong enough to win, you may be eligible for a portion of your potential settlement amount and pay it back when the case settles, and the award is paid. A lawsuit cash advance in the state of Tennessee is non-recourse therefore there is zero risk to you.

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Qualifying for a pre-settlement loan takes minutes.

The application process for plaintiffs is simple and easy, and you can get the approved loan amount within 24 hours or less from when your lawyer sends your claim info. To qualify for a lawsuit settlement loan in Tennessee, you need to have an attorney retained on contingency, they must agree to non-recourse funding and fully work with the legal funding company, and you have a strong liability claim against an insured defendant. All of these criteria will prequalify you to get settlement funding in Tennessee.

Get the best legal funding service in Tennessee.

Baker Street Funding is known and applauded for the endless advantages of its TN settlement loans. Having been in business for the longest time and successfully provided timely cash advances for plaintiffs in Tennessee, rest assured of getting nothing but the best financial options available now. At the top of the list of our long list of settlement, funding benefits is that we offer affordable and fast, non-recourse legal funding in Tennessee for people with pending personal injury lawsuits and commercial litigation disputes. You can get instant lawsuit loans at low-interest rates on your potential settlement amount and save yourself the outrageous interest rates of cutthroat lenders.

Lawsuit loans with low interest rates

Apply for pre-settlement funding in 60 seconds.

The best way to stay afloat while fighting for a worthy lawsuit compensation is by taking a settlement loan from your pending lawsuit settlement case in Tennessee. Taking cash advances from reputable pre-settlement legal funding companies offer many benefits to personal injury victims. Lawsuit funding can also buy your attorney enough time to build a solid case and put up a good fight until you get the best award for your claims. Get the financial assistance you need today.

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Need fast funding? Find out if you qualify for a pre-settlement advance in Tennessee quickly and easily by calling 888-711-3599 today.

FAQ.

We have representatives standing by to answer Tennessee plaintiffs via email or phone for any questions you might have about how non-recourse legal funding works. See some of our most frequent questions answered below.

We offer multiple legal funding structures to help create a bespoke finance agreement specific to your type of case and its risks.

We provide legal funding contracts with non-compounding interest rates (also known as simple rates) depending on the risk of the legal case. A non-compounding interest rate stays the same on your 6-month or yearly contract.

We don’t take high-risk claims, so most of our clients see fixed rates over time with no added-hidden fees and as low as 28% annually, ending in the 3rd year. Meaning if your lawsuit takes longer than three years to settle, you won’t have to pay more interest rates on it.

What is compound interest?

Compound interest accelerates what you will have to pay once your litigation resolves. As time passes, you’ll pay interest on an ever-larger balance grown with interest earned in prior months. Over the long term, compound interest can cause the interest you will have to pay after your settlement is reached to snowball very quickly, and it can become costly.

Settling for the insurance company’s settlement delays will only get you in a worse financial situation for all the suffering you endured. Baker Street Funding accepts all settled cases above $50,000. 

Since Tennessee’s laws recently changed, making Tennessee a more plaintiff-friendly state, legal funding by Baker Street Funding takes 24 -48 hours after your attorney sends all the required documentation. 

After you fill out the legal funding application online and qualify, depending on when your attorney sends your legal documentation, the underwriting process takes one to two business days. 

If you want to make the process faster, ensure that your attorney cooperates every step of the way.

Once approved, you and your attorney will get a funding contract with the approved amount, and you both will be required to sign it before cash release.

However, without your lawyer’s full consent and signature on the loan, your funding application will get rejected.

If you are still unclear about personal injury and car accident funding in Tennessee or not sure of how to apply and get one, don’t worry because Baker Street Funding has you got covered.

Unlike other types of loans, the process for getting lawsuit loans in Tennessee is streamlined to provide you with the cash you need in good time. For fast funding, simply fill out the short application form online. You can also call us at (888) 711-3599.

If your Tennessee lawsuit qualifies for the advance, you can get Baker Street Funding amounts of between $5,000 up to $1,000,000 (for Tennessee civil cases) and from $250,000 up to $10,000,000+ (for Tennessee corporate disputes).

The amount you are eligible for depends on how much your case is worth, and that value is given by our underwriters after they speak to your attorney during the funding process.

Baker Street Funding is a straightforward company that does not waste your time. If we like your case, we will work together with you; if we don’t think it is a fit for us, we will tell you immediately.

 

InterestNon-compounding starting at 24% p/year
Caps2-3 year cap
Funding time24-48 hours
Funding amounts$1,500 up to $2mm

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

Arizona, Alabama, Alaska, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, NevadaNew York, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, 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 $100,000. Case value must be at least $1,000,000+. 
  • We currently fund in Nevada at a minimum of $20,000. Case value must be at least $200,000+.
  • We currently fund in Illinois at a maximum of $40,000. Case value must be at least $400,000+.
  • We currently fund in Tennessee at a minimum of $10,000. Case value must be at least $100,000+.
  • We currently fund in Arizona at a minimum of $20,000. Case value must be at least $200,000+.

*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.

*Worker’s compensation claims are funding only in the following states: Alaska, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, Louisiana, Montana, Rhode Island, Washington, and Wyoming.

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

Home to picturesque natural scenery, rich history, and music, the Volunteers state also has its fair share of car accidents and personal injury lawsuits/litigations.

Like virtually every other state in the United States, Tennessee litigations can sometimes get protracted and leave accident victims sad, confused, and financially drained.

If you or someone close to you gets injured or involved in a car accident in Tennessee, the victim has the legal rights to sue and get compensated for whatever cost they must have incurred, from medical bills to lost wages, pain, and suffering.

Let’s take a further look into Tennessee’s interstate highways (and the deadliest) include:

  • Interstate 40: travels through Memphis, Nashville, and Knoxville
  • The tail of the dragon (by 129): Travels all the way to NC
  • Interstate 24: 125 miles of highway traveling all throughout Monteagle Mountain

The state has an average of 1,280 fatal crashes per year. Crashes with injuries make up approximately 70,000 +.

Tennessee, like every state, has a deadline to file a lawsuit case. These deadlines are laws called the statute of limitations. That means that you have only that set timeline to file your suit.

  • Car Accident: 1 year
  • Injury to person: 1 year
  • Wrongful Death: 1 Year
  • Professional malpractice:  1 year
  • Judgments: 10 years

This information can further be found on FindLaw.

At-fault car insurance

Tennessee at-fault law means that the driver that is at fault and caused the accident is legally responsible for injuries and damages caused to a victim(s):

The minimum limits of liability your car insurance must have are:

  • $25,000 for each injury or death p/accident.
  • $50,000 for total injuries or deaths p/accident.
  • $15,000 for property damage p/accident.

Tennessee is a comparative negligence state

This system is better for people involved in accidents. Under its rules, whatever was the amount you were negligent for, in the accident, that amount will limit your recovery. In other words, if the insurance decides that you were 92% at fault, you will be able to recover only 8% of your damages as long as your share of liability is less than 50 percent.

We have learned today that while plaintiffs in Tennessee have the right to sue for damages, the chances are that case will take time to settle, and when it eventually does, the award will take a bit more time before it is paid. Amidst all these delays, bills won’t stop coming — rent, feeding, and medical emergencies, among others.

Instead of letting defense attorneys frustrate you into dropping the case or settling early, you can apply for settlement funding to buy your attorney ample time to gather evidence to support your claims and build a strong case. That way, it doesn’t matter if the case drags for ages — you will have enough cash to tide you over. Since our rates are capped, no matter when your case settles, your interest will stop in the second or third year of your loan.

If you struggle to make ends meet during your legal battle and need money to cater to emergencies and other urgent needs, don’t rush into settling for less than your case is worth. Instead, reach out to Baker Street Funding, an experienced legal funding company that finances most types of lawsuits.

A cash advance against your future settlement proceeds can help you get back on track in a matter of days.

Counties:

  • Shelby
  • Davidson
  • Knox
  • Hamilton
  • Rutherford
  • Montgomery
  • Sumner
  • Sullivan
  • Wilson
  • Blount
  • Washington

Cities:

  • Nashville-Davidson
  • Memphis
  • Knoxville
  • Chattanooga
  • Clarksville
  • Murfreesboro
  • Sevierville
  • Franklin
  • Jackson
  • Hendersonville
  • Johnson City
  • Gatlinburg
  • Pigeon Forge
  • Kingsport
  • Morristown

Select a legal funding service to get started. 

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Or just call us at 888.711.3599 to apply.