Bus Accident Lawsuit Loans

Bus accident lawsuit loans from Uplift for plaintiffs in need of support.

Everyone involved in a bus accident is at risk of serious injury. If you’re a bus passenger, it is unlikely that you are wearing a seat-belt. Often, you could even be standing when the collision takes place. Because of bus size and weight, damages are likely more severe than typical car accidents. Bus accident lawsuit loans can help plaintiffs with severe injuries get back on their feet.

Frequently, these types of accidents can result in major injury. If you have a bus accident case, and need money to cover your financial obligations, Uplift can help. We provide fast bus accident lawsuit funding with low rates and great terms. In fact, we’re so confident, we offer to meet or beat any offer you receive from another company. Just send us a contract you received elsewhere, and we will save you money.

The Best in Legal Funding for Your Bus Accident Case

While other funders may have an existing relationship with your attorney, we are on your side. We began Uplift Legal Funding to change the way plaintiffs get lawsuit funding. We are transparent and helpful. Our friendly case managers will guide you through the whole process and keep you in-the-know at all times. No rude employees at Uplift – you’ll have to go elsewhere for that.

Give us a call today at (800) 385-3660 or apply online today. You’ll immediately notice the Uplift Difference.

Getting Approved for Bus Accident Funding

Approval for bus accident lawsuit loans is easy. Because of the insurance policy involved, we only focus on liability and damages. If you have a major injury, and the bus driver is at fault, you will likely qualify for a very large amount of legal funding on your car accident lawsuit. However, we encourage clients to borrow responsibly as all lawsuit funding is expensive.

Getting the Money Once Approved

Once you’ve been approved, we will send money within 24 hours. We work with you to make this as fast and easy as possible. No bank account, no problem. No upfront fees for delivery of funds. To learn more, visit our legal funding guide.