Car Accident Loans

Car accident loans can help you get back on your feet if you've been injured.

Uplift Legal Funding offers car accident lawsuit loans to plaintiffs involved in pending auto accident cases. A loan can help plaintiffs wait for their case to settle and avoid early settlement pressure. Uplift Legal Funding helps victims of car accident injuries to get back on their feet and wait for their case to settle.

Getting involved in a car accident can have a devastating impact on both you and your family’s life. In addition to the pain and suffering, you will have to often wait years before collecting a just monetary settlement. Major injuries suffered in an accident can leave you unable to work. Lawsuit loans provide quick and easy financial relief. The funds are yours to spend as you wish, but most plaintiffs utilize the service to pay for living expenses such as the following:

  • Medical bills
  • Legal fees
  • Rent payments
  • Car payments
  • General living expenses

Auto accident settlement advances are available to anyone who’s been injured on the road due to the negligence of another party. If you’ve been injured and have hired an attorney to litigate your case, then you likely pre-qualify for a lawsuit loan.

Best of all, obtaining an advance from Uplift Legal Funding is 100% risk-free because you repay nothing if you lose the case. If for any reason your case falls through without settlement, Uplift will allow you to keep the money free of charge.

Auto Accident Loans: How to Know if you Qualify

All types of auto and traffic-related lawsuits qualify for advances. Injury due to the negligence of another driver automatically pre-qualifies you for auto accident funding from Uplift. There are many types of auto accidents, but the most common types include:

Qualifying

  • Have not hired an attorney
  • You are at fault for the accident
  • No bodily injuries or economic damages

Bodily injury and other types of damages are necessary in order to estimate the value of a potential settlement or verdict. Case value is directly related to the severity of one’s damages. Advance amounts depend on the severity of your injury.

In Uplift Legal Funding, we approve the following types of motor vehicle accident injuries:

  • Bone fracture
  • Traumatic head and brain injury
  • Herniated disk
  • Closed-head injury
  • Soft tissue or crush injury
  • Burn injury
  • Disfigurement and scarring injury
  • Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
  • Amputation
  • Complex regional pain syndrome
  • Spinal cord or back injury
  • Wrongful death (a loved one’s death)
  • Loss of consortium

In general, if you are injured and working with a lawyer, you qualify for a pre-settlement cash advance with Uplift.

Benefits and Costs of Lawsuit Loans

Benefits

There are many benefits to lawsuit loans.  Sometimes plaintiffs are left in bad financial shape after an injury. They can help you get a higher settlement value by not settling prematurely and ease the stress of financial hardship.

We never check your credit, and don’t care about employment history. For a lawsuit loan, all that matters is your case.

Because they are non-recourse, case cash advances are a risk free way to take equity out of your case. You get upfront cash, and if you lose your case, payback nothing.

We also handle most of the process with your attorney – all you have to do is apply – and your attorney has to sign (and therefore review) your funding contract.

Our clients typically take car accident funding for the following reasons:

  • Cover living expenses
  • Cover additional medical expenses
  • Mortgage payments
  • College / school payments
  • Child support
  • Rent payments

Case advances can be very helpful if used responsibly. All loans are expensive, and it is important that you understand this before signing anything.

Costs

Though lawsuit loans do help many personal injury plaintiffs, there are large costs to taking a lawsuit loan.

Because these loans are non-recourse (no personal guarantee to pay back), they are very expensive. Because of the risk involved (if your case doesn’t settle, we get nothing), funders often charge very high rates.

Also, many plaintiffs tend to take out more money than they need. It is important to only take exactly what you need and nothing more. With some companies, any money you take out could cost you more than double at settlement time.

At Uplift, our case review team has extensive experience. This experience allows us to be more sure about the outcome of your case, which allows us ensure you a better rate.

Car Crash Loan: Getting Started

First, give us a call or apply online. Once we have your information, we will contact your law firm to obtain details for our underwriters. Based on the feedback from your law firm, we can estimate an advance amount. Typically, advances range from $500 to $250,000 depending on the perceived award you might receive. The higher your case value, the higher cash advance you can get.

Getting a car accident advance through Uplift Legal Funding is not only fast, but also easy. We have friendly staff standing by to take your call at no cost.

Uplift is ready to serve your needs. We understand the challenges you face and have made our application and approval processes quick and easy. As the victim of a car accident, you often have to experience red tape at various levels during the claim process. That is why we have avoided time-consuming paperwork to provide you with the cash advance that you badly need to put your life back on track.

When you submit the application for an auto accident cash advance with Uplift, you can be sure that the rates are low, the cash will be provided quickly and you will always receive the best customer service. Call a friendly representative at (800) 385-3660 or apply online today!