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    Eligibility for Lawsuit Loans in Oregon

    While legal proceedings can be draining both emotionally and financially, lawsuit loans offer financial relief to plaintiffs embroiled in a lawsuit. Specifically in Oregon, these loans provide a financial buffer, allowing you to bear the cost of living while your settlement unfolds. They work quite simply: you apply for the loan, get approval, and receive your funds. The best part? It’s not necessary to repay the loan until the resolution of your case—whether that means a settlement or court victory. But how do you qualify for a lawsuit loan in Oregon? Let’s delve into the requirements and process.

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    How much in pre-settlement funding can you get

    The amount of legal funding your case qualifies for depends on several factors, including liability, insurance, and the extent of damages. These factors collectively determine the level of financial assistance you can receive.

    The long and the short of it are the following: Liability must be clear, there must be insured, and lastly, you must have damages. Damages refer to the extent of your injury, including medical bills or medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Assuming there is enough insurance, higher damages mean a higher case value. a higher case value means you could be approved for a larger amount of pre-settlement funding, providing crucial support in covering living expenses and other financial needs during your legal case.

    Generally, a legal funding company will be able to grant you nonrecourse pre-settlement loans that are between 5% and 20% of your total settlement. If your case value is estimated to be over a million dollars, then your case will qualify for more funding than a case that will likely settle for 20,000.

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    Will a pre-settlement loan affect your credit?

    Unlike traditional loans, pre-settlement loans will not affect your credit score negatively whatsoever. In the state of Oregon, receiving a lawsuit cash advance is not contingent on your credit history. This means that there is no credit check involved, as the borrowed funds are repaid directly from the settlement award. Creditworthiness and employment history have no influence on your chances of receiving a cash advance at all.

    Similarly, our pre-settlement funding will not negatively impact your credit. You are not responsible for the repayment of the funding you take out for us nor do you have to pay us back if you lose the case. Pre-settlement funding is completely risk-free for the client. Call us today at (800) 385-3660 to see if you qualify for funding.

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    What kind of cases qualify for lawsuit pre-funding loans in Oregon?

    Lawsuit pre-funding cases are limited to civil matters. However, just about any type of personal injury case is covered, including negligence claims against insurance companies or other professionals. As a professional lawsuit lending company, Uplift Legal Funding offers loans for many different types of cases. You can explore our services here, and if you don’t see your type of case, please get in touch with one of our friendly client care specialists.

    Lawsuit loans can help injured plaintiffs involved in:

    At Uplift Legal Funding, we specialize in car accident loans and other personal injury loans. These are the most common types of civil cases in Louisiana, and we’re experts in helping people just like you get the funding they need while they await the conclusion of their lawsuit.

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    Why do you need an attorney in order to apply?

    Due to the nature of pre-settlement lawsuit loans, we require an attorney to sign off on the contract once we meet that point. Your attorney is also the one who will send us the documentation that we need in order to approve you for funding. We understand that all of the legal jargon may be a little disorienting which is why having an attorney who can answer any questions you have is also beneficial to you. But most importantly, the attorney is on your side. While we are on your side and are doing what’s best for you, there’s comfort in knowing that the attorney is for sure going to help you.

    We also suggest that you have the aid of an attorney while you fight your personal injury lawsuit in general. While you can technically fight the case on your own, we advise against it. It’s similar to how you can fix your backed-up plumbing. While you can probably figure it out, there it might be best to let professionals handle it.

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    I was going through a really tough financial situation. I contacted Uplift Legal Funding and they were so quick to help me. Within hours of asking for help, they deposited the money directly to my account. It means a lot when someone understands what you are going through and helps you right away.

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    I couldn’t recommend Uplift Legal Funding more! Holly and Jared made the process so easy and pain free! All I had to do was email them and they were on it. I can go on and on about how much I recommend them! Thanks again Holly, Jared, and the whole Uplift Legal Funding team!

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    Uplift Legal Funding is true to its word about its process. It really is as easy as the three steps – apply, sign a contract, & get the money. They make sure you get the money YOU need. I recommend Uplift Legal Funding 100%.

    These testimonials are from real, satisfied customers who posted positive reviews of Uplift Legal Funding online. They were compensated for the use of their name, likeness, and the honest reviews of our services that you see above.

    What will my rates be like for Oregon lawsuit loans?

    Uplift Legal Funding offers the best Oregon lawsuit loan rates on the market. We offer simple, non-compounding rates between 17.5% and 22.5% every six months. Compounding rates are when a company charges rates on top of rates. We don’t do that, we offer non-compounding rates. This means we always charge on the base amount and never on accumulated funds. Also instead of charging you monthly, we only charge once every 6 months. This means that at most you will be charged per year is about 35%.

    Call us today in order to see if your case qualifies for funding! We get the funding to you within 24 hours of approval.

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    Personal injury lawyers

    As we mentioned earlier in the article, in order to qualify for pre-settlement funding with Uplift you must have a lawyer. If you are having difficulty finding a lawsuit loan we have provided a few notable law firms below:

    Law Offices of Jon Friedman
    811 SW Naito Pkwy #610, Portland, OR 97204
    (503) 683-8889
    Specialties: Airplane accidents, boating accidents, workers compensation, medical malpractice

    Dwyer Williams Cherkoss Attorneys, PC
    911 Country Club Rd Suite 250,
    Eugene, OR 97401
    (541) 341-1625
    Specialties: Drunk driving, hit and run, traumatic brain injury, nursing home abuse

    Nelson MacNeil Rayfield Trial Attorneys PC
    421 NE Water Ave #4200,
    Albany, OR 97321
    (541) 928-9147
    Specialties: Product liability, police misconduct, premises liability, auto accidents

    Gary R. Johnson – Personal Injury Attorney
    747 SW Mill View Way,
    Bend, OR 97702
    (541) 585-2222
    Specialties: Wrongful deaths, slip and fall accidents, motorcycle accidents, DUI accidents

    Oregon Legal Funding Cheat Sheet

    The civil statute of limitations in Oregon is 10 years. This means that you may lose the right to sue for negligence if you do not file your lawsuit within the limit. Uplift is here to provide lawsuit funding so that you can file your claim within this time frame.

    The degree to which plaintiff negligence impacts the liability claim varies from state to state. Oregon’s guideline is modified comparative fault with a 51% threshold. This means that if the plaintiff is primarily at fault, there is no recovery, otherwise, the percentage of plaintiff fault may reduce damages – Rev. Stat. Ann. § 31.600. It’s important to keep in mind that if you request car accident lawsuit loans early on in your claim, legal funding underwriters must assume Oregon state minimum policy limits of:

    • $25,000 bodily injury liability per person
    • $50,000 bodily injury liability per accident
    • $20,000 property damage liability per accident

    Regulation of Lawsuit Loans in Oregon

    Lawsuit loans remain largely unregulated and most lawsuit funding companies provide pre-settlement funding in the state.

    Despite lack of regulation, reputable companies follow basic best-practice disclosure guidelines for lawsuit funding contracts. Lawsuit lenders nationwide should display rates, fees, and repayment terms prominently in relation to the settlement loans that they offer.

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    Oregon Personal Injury Statistics

    Oregon has a yearly wrongful death rate of 66.4 per 100,000. This places Oregon much higher than the national average of 60.1, by about 10.6%.

    Oregon residents drive an estimated total of 36 billion miles yearly, which means that the average resident drives about of 8,935 miles per year. To compare, that’s 7.2% lower than the national average of 9,630 miles per year.

    Aside from miles driven, local seat belt use and drunk driving habits play a large part in the car accident death rate. In Oregon, residents are pretty good when it comes to buckling up, reporting a usage rate of 97.0%. The drinking rate in Oregon, measured as the percent of people who reported drinking too much before driving in the prior month, is 24.3% lower than the national average of 1.8% at 1.4%.

    Lawsuit Loans from Uplift Legal Funding

    We provide lawsuit cash advances to relieve the pressure of the legal fees involved with a pending lawsuit. We care about our clients and aim to offer realistic lawsuit loans to each and every eligible case.

    Uplift funds personal injury claims in most states. If you have any questions or would like to apply for pre-settlement funding, apply online today or give us a call at (800) 385-3660. You can receive your lawsuit cash advance fast and hassle-free! Within 24 hours of approval!

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      Oregon Funding Examples

      Oregon Car Accident Claim


      Funded in 2020

      Intersection accident in which the defendant made an illegal left turn into the plaintiffs vehicle. Plaintiff had several arm and shoulder surgeries as a result of injuries from the accident.

      Oregon Dog Bite Claim


      Funded in 2022

      Dog bite claim where the plaintiff was on a public road when a dog ran off of its property and bit him. The bites caused a fractured wrist and puncture wound.

      Oregon Medical Malpractice Claim


      Funded in 2023

      The plaintiff had a botched surgery. The surgeon mistakenly severed an artery. While trying to fix his error, the surgeon put the plaintiff’s health further at risk.

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