Car Accident Loans From Uplift Legal Funding
Uplift Legal Funding offers low-cost car accident loans with simple rates to plaintiffs nationwide. We approve funding requests as soon as the same day you apply. We offer several same-day and overnight options for delivering your funds.
The physical and economic damages caused by a car accident can be severe. Some personal injury claims can take years to resolve. If your accident left you unable to work, lawsuit loans can help. Uplift helps plaintiffs get by financially before their case settles.
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What Makes Uplift the Best Car Accident Lawsuit Funding Company?
Our low rates, fast funding, and attentive service make Uplift Legal Funding the top pick for car accident lawsuit loans.
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What are Car Accident Loans?
A car accident loan is a cash advance against whatever compensation might be awarded in a personal injury case. The cash is received up front, and the remaining balance accrues interest until your case is settled. If you don't receive a settlement, you don't have to repay the loan.
How Uplift’s Car Accident Loans Work
A car accident loan is an advance on the proceeds from your claim. Basically, you receive funds upfront, before your case resolves. You can use the funds for anything, but most plaintiffs use the funds for living expenses or medical expenses.
Repay your advance if and only if your car accident claim resolves favorably. There are no payments made until the end of your case.
Getting a loan on your auto accident claim from Uplift Legal Funding is easy. There are three basic steps:
Get $500 to $250,000+ as soon as today
Uplift’s 24 Hour Car Accident Loans
Uplift Legal Funding frequently provides advances within 24 hours - from application to funds in your pocket. In fact, we often provide funding the same day a plaintiff applies.
How do we do it? Basically, when you apply with Uplift Legal Funding for a loan on your car accident settlement, we immediately email and call your law office. Our email contains a basic information request regarding the accident claim. When we call your attorney, we try to discuss this same information with them over the phone.
If we can speak with your attorney over the phone, we can sometimes approve your case in a matter of hours. If we can’t reach your attorney via phone, we can still get your accident loan processed within 24 hours as long as your attorney provides information via email or calls us back to discuss your case.
For requests of less than $10,000, our review process can take as little as an hour. For requests of more than $10,000, our review process can take as little as a few business hours.
In any case, the primary hang-up on most requests is getting documents and information from your law office. To help with the turnaround time, let your attorney know that you applied with Uplift Legal Funding and give them consent to provide case information so that we may review your case.
Low, Simple Rates for Car Accident Lawsuit Loans
Uplift Legal Funding is transparent and upfront about the costs of pre-settlement lawsuit loans and post-settlement loans. A representative can provide you with a nearly instant written quote for the advance on your first call with us.
Uplift Legal Funding provides simple, non-compounding rates as low as 15% every 6 months.
Our lawsuit loan calculator also gives you an idea of how Uplift Legal Funding compares to typical competitors who use compounding interest rates on their loans instead of simple interest rates.
Car accident settlement loans can be immensely helpful after an accident if used correctly and in moderation. For interested plaintiffs, Uplift Legal Funding is proud to offer rolling monthly contracts to cover ongoing expenses for the duration of your lawsuit.
Get Risk Free Funding For Living Expenses
Legal funding and loans on your car accident claim can provide quick and easy financial relief. The funds are yours to spend as you wish, but most plaintiffs use the money to fund daily living expenses after the accident, such as:
- Medical bills
- Legal fees
- Rent payments
- Car payments
- General living expenses
Pre-settlement auto accident loans from Uplift Legal Funding are completely risk-free, with the added advantage of no repayment if the case is unsuccessful. Should your accident claim fail to reach a settlement for any reason, the money remains yours without any repayment obligations.
There are never any monthly payments. Your attorney pays Uplift Legal Funding back from your settlement at the end of your case.
How Much Funding Can I Get? Auto Accident Loan Examples
Uplift Legal funding provides funds from $500 to more than $1,000,000 for qualified cases. See below for some examples from across the United States. Whether you have soft tissue injuries or catastrophic personal injuries, we’ve got you covered.
$196,000 of total funding – two advances
A New York commercial motor vehicle accident with $5 million in insurance coverage. The plaintiff suffered a catastrophic injury and underwent a posterior-lateral fusion with segmental pedicle fixation at L5-S1.
Multiple Vehicle Accident
$112,000 of funding – single advance
A Florida multi-vehicle accident with $1.5 million in total insurance coverage. Injuries caused $200,000 of medical bills and the plaintiff underwent cervical fixation and fusion. Paid off and refinanced a prior advance of ~$102,000.
Commercial Auto Accident
$224,000 of total funding – eight advances
A California commercial auto accident with $3 million in insurance coverage. The plaintiff underwent an anterior cervical discectomy and fusion due to the injuries sustained in the accident. Medical expenses exceeded $700,000.
Qualifying For Car Accident Settlement Loans
All types of vehicle and traffic-related lawsuits qualify for auto accident loans. Injury due to negligence of another driver automatically pre-qualifies you for legal funding from Uplift.
To qualify for a car accident cash advance, you must be over the age of 18, have hired a legal attorney on a contingency basis, and have a valid legal claim against an insurance company or self-insured entity.
Bodily injury and other types of damages are necessary in order to estimate the value of a potential accident lawsuit settlement. The value of your traffic accident settlement directly relates to your damages. Assuming there is enough insurance coverage, if you have serious injuries, you are likely to qualify for more funding and loans.
There are many types of auto accidents that will qualify you for funding, but the most common fund types include:
- Pedestrian accidents
- Semi-truck / tractor-trailer accidents
- Bike accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Bus accidents
- Uber, Lyft, and Taxi
- RV accidents
- Commercial vehicle accidents
- Dram Shop lawsuits (drunk driving / over-serving accidents)
How do Loans for a Car Accident Work?
Apply Online or Call
Get $500 – $250,000 as soon as today
We contact your attorney and review your case. This only takes a few hours.
You Get Cash
You and your lawyer review and sign our agreement. We send your funds the same day!
First, call us or apply online. Once we have your information, we will reach out to your law firm to get some basic case info regarding the auto accident. Based on the feedback from your law firm, we can estimate a conservative settlement amount. A typical pre-settlement car accident loan can range from $500 to $250,000. The higher your case value, the larger the car accident lawsuit loan you can get.
Getting a car accident loan through Uplift Legal Funding is not only fast- but also easy. We have quality service and friendly staff standing by for a free consultation on your auto accident loan.
We understand the challenges you face during an injury lawsuit and have made our application and approval processes for loans quick and easy. Accident victims often have to experience red tape at various levels during the claim process.
That’s why we avoid time-consuming paperwork and get you the lawsuit cash advance that you badly need to put your life back on track.
Credit checks are not a part of our process, and your employment history is irrelevant to us, as accident loans require no monthly payments. When it comes to settlement funding, the only thing of significance is the strength of your case.
When you submit the application for a car accident loan, we work tirelessly to get your funds as fast as possible. In many cases, we can offer same-day advances for auto accident loans. Call a friendly representative at (800) 385-3660 or apply online today!
Benefits and costs of pre-settlement vehicle accident loans
Benefits of loans for a car accident
There are many benefits to pre-settlement auto accident loans. Sometimes, accident victims are in bad financial shape after an injury. Our funding can help you get higher settlement values from insurance companies by not settling early. It will also ease the stress of financial hardship.
We never check your credit score and don’t care about your employment history because there are no monthly payments for accident loans. For settlement funding, all that matters is your case.
Because lawsuit cash advances are non-recourse, lawsuit cash advances are a risk-free way to take equity out of your auto accident settlement. You get upfront cash, and if you lose your personal injury case, you pay back 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 often use accident funding for these reasons:
- Cover living expenses
- Cover additional medical expenses
- Mortgage payments
- College / school payments
- Child support
- Rent payments
- Past-due bills
A car accident loan can be very helpful if used responsibly. Pre-settlement funding can be expensive in general, and it is important that you understand this before signing anything.
Costs of loans for a car accident
Though car accident settlement 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 high rates.
Also, many plaintiffs take out a larger car accident cash advance 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 team reviews tons of auto accident lawsuits. This experience ensures you a better rate on accident settlement loans than competing funding companies.
Common types of auto accident collisions
Uplift proudly provides car accident settlement loans on all kinds of accidents, from fender benders to severe commercial vehicle accidents. We do require that your claim is against an insured party or a driver who has a policy with an insurance company. Below is a list of the most common types of accidents we provide funding on:
- Head-on collisions
- Rear-end collisions
- Parking lot accident loans
- Intersection accidents
- Speeding accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
- Drowsy driving car accidents
- Hit and run accidents
- Dangerous highway conditions accident
- Brake failure accident loans
- Defective tire accidents
Car Accident Lawsuit Loan FAQs
Uplift Legal Funding helps plaintiffs make the right decisions on auto accident loans. In the six years we have been in business, we've heard just about every question about car accident loans that you could imagine. We compiled those questions (and answers) here.
If you want to learn more about your car accident lawsuit specifically, check out our auto accident lawsuit FAQs.
Car accident loans are a contingent advance against the proceeds from your case. You get cash upfront and the outstanding balance accrues interest until your case concludes. If your case is unsuccessful, you repay nothing.
We provide car accident loans as small as $500 and up to $1,000,000.
After reviewing your case (liability, damages, insurance, and previous advances), we determine a value for your case. We can usually advance up to 15% of the total value of your vehicle accident case.
Uplift Legal Funding specializes in auto accident loans, and we offer some of the lowest rates in the industry. We have a fast and easy application process – it only takes one minute to apply for accident loans. We work directly with your auto accident attorney to get you the funding you need.
Our goal is to get you approved within minutes of speaking with your legal attorney. Keep in mind that a car accident settlement loan from Uplift Legal Funding is 100% risk-free. This means that in the event you lose your case, you repay nothing.
In many cases, Uplift Legal Funding provides same-day car accident cash advances. Uplift needs the help of your personal injury lawyer to make that happen.
At Uplift, we understand the urgency of your auto accident loan request, and we try our best to get all plaintiffs funding within 24 hours or less. Sometimes, we can provide funding within minutes of talking to your attorney.
Approval for car accident lawsuit loans typically involves three factors:
Liability - who was at fault for the accident?
Damages - what medical, economic, and other damages have you sustained?
Insurance Coverage - which insurance carrier is liable, and how much coverage do they have?
Legal funding companies can typically review your case during a quick phone call or email correspondence with your attorney.
The value of an auto accident claim is not black and white. Determining this value involves looking at various factors, including the nature of the injuries as well as the economic losses sustained from the accident. The amount given to these factors is a result of a thorough look at the car accident injury, medical records and history, medical treatments, and talking with the plaintiff’s physician.
Another determining factor includes the validity of the claim. Is there enough evidence that points to the negligence of the defendant? The more evidence there is, the more we value the claim.
Legal funding costs vary from company to company and case to case. Some companies are very expensive. According to NOLO, funding companies charge 27% and 60% per year. This is true of some reputable companies, but others charge as much as 500% in one year!
At Uplift Legal funding, we charge rates as low as 15% every 6 months with simple interest (no compounding).
Even though they are similar to loans, a car accident loan is not really a traditional loan. The main reason that they are not really loans is that litigation funding is contingent or non-recourse, meaning that you do not pay anything back if you do not win your case.
Because loans on your car accident settlement are “no-risk” or “no-win, no-pay” – they do not qualify as loans in most states.
To qualify for an auto accident loan, you must have hired an attorney on a contingency basis (no-win, no-pay).
Your attorney helps us review your case by providing relevant documentation and information. Your attorney is also in charge of paying back your advance if your case settles favorably.
In some states, lawyers are legally and ethically allowed to advance money to their own clients. Many states forbid lawyers to charge interest on these advances, so this can actually be a much cheaper way to cover living expenses.
Though attorneys may be allowed to provide funding, many lawyers do not do so because this can complicate the attorney-client relationship.
The best part of lawsuit funding is you can use it for whatever expenses you may have. Lawsuits against insurance companies can take time. While waiting, you’ll still be responsible for day-to-day expenses even if you are out of work. Below are just a few examples of what you can use the accident loan for:
Medical bills and expenses
College / school payments
If you are out of work due to your injuries and short on cash, an accident loan may be right for you. It is important to take only what you absolutely need to cover important living expenses while waiting for your claim against the insurance company to settle.
Common injuries sustained in a car accident can range from soft-tissue injuries to serious, permanent injuries. Treatment can range from chiropractic care to serious surgeries. At Uplift Legal Funding, we have experience reviewing car accident claims arising from the following common car accident injuries:
Traumatic head and brain injury
Soft tissue or crush injury
Disfigurement and scarring injury
Spinal cord or back injury
Wrongful death (a loved one’s death)
Loss of consortium
You do not need to find local funding company. Uplift Legal Funding provides funding nationally and offers a completely paperless process:
Online or phone application
Emailed document requests to your attorney
E-signature for you and your lawyer
Wires and Western Union for delivery of funds
There are really two answers to this question.
You can technically get as many advances as your case value will support. If you have a strong case, you can qualify for a large amount or many smaller advances.
However, you cannot get many advances with different lawsuit loan companies. While it is always possible to refinance your existing pre-settlement advance, the new company must “buy out” the prior company.
Uplift offers two paperless and one paper method of receiving your funds.
The two paperless options are direct wire to your account and Western Union. We also offer overnight checks as a backup option.
We advise that you opt for either the direct wire or the Western Union options. This is so you can get your cash as quickly as possible. If you do not have a bank account, please opt for a paper check or Western Union. You can cash Uplift checks for $7 at any Wells Fargo location.
Establish or change your budget - the first thing to do is to get on track with a responsible budget that will see you through to the conclusion of your case
Borrow from friends or family - if you can do this with no interest, this is always the best, but not necessarily the easiest option
Take a personal loan from your bank - if you have good credit, this could be a great option
Tap your home equity - if you own property, it is possible to take equity out of your house. This might be tough to swallow, but it comes with remarkably better rates and terms than legal funding.
Ask your lawyer - in some states, lawyers are allowed to lend money to clients as long as the loans have 0% interest.
Uplift Legal Funding
Uplift Legal Funding offers financial support to plaintiffs involved in ongoing lawsuit settlements. We offer fast and easy pre-settlement car accident loans with low rates to plaintiffs nationwide.
We offer a lowest rate guarantee for your car accident settlement loan (call for details). That means we will beat any contract a competitor offers.
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