Nationwide Lawsuit Loans
Lightning fast approval with reasonable rates
Uplift Legal Funding provides lawsuit loans to residents of most of the 50 United States. Except in the few cases of damaging precedent legal decisions, or prohibitory regulation, we fund nationwide.
Whether or not we can provide funding to you depends on your residency – not the venue of your case or the location of your attorney.
To learn more about personal injury lawsuit loans in your state, see below.
States Eligible for Lawsuit Loans
Uplift Legal Funding provides pre-settlement funding in the following 44 states.
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina *
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Dakota
- Washington DC
No Funding States
Uplift Legal Funding does not provide service to residents in the following six states.
- Colorado *
- South Carolina *
- West Virginia
* State subject to certain restrictions due to regulation (minimum funding requirement)
Lawsuit loan regulation in the United States
In the United States, lawsuit loans are largely unregulated. While most states have adopted champerty doctrines, there are little-to-no negative decisions on this basis nationwide. For a more detailed overview of lawsuit loan regulation, see the relevant state article. If you have a case in a different state from your residence, be sure to review both articles as any negative legislation or decisions in either state may affect your chances of receiving legal funding.
Despite a lack of regulation in the United States, it is important for lawsuit funding companies to follow basic guidelines for disclosure and transparency. Regardless of the laws in your state, never sign an unclear or misleading contract. Look for prominently displayed rates, fees, and terms on any contract. If it is unclear what you have to pay back, do not sign the contract.
Why choose Uplift Legal Funding?
24 Hour Funding
Get $500 – $250,000 as soon as today
Low, Simple Rates
Simple, non-compounding rates that save you money
No Monthly Payments
Only pay at settlement – if you lose your case, you pay back nothing