Before applying for pre-settlement loans, we encourage plaintiffs to try other options. Here’s a list of ideas to get you started:

  1. 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 case conclusion
  2. Borrow from friends or family – if you can do this with no interest, this is always the best, but not necessarily the easiest option
  3. Take a personal loan from your bank – if you have good credit, this could be a great option
  4. 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.
  5. Ask your lawyer – in some states, lawyers are allowed to lend money to clients as long as the loans have 0 interest.

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.

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:

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.

Uplift advises 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.

After you have been approved for an advance, you can expect to receive your funding the same day! Uplift provides same-day accident loans with both Western Union and wire transfers or direct deposits. If you decide to receive funds via overnight check, you can receive next-day auto accident funding.

You do not need to find a funding company in your area. 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 only four steps that stand between you and your cash advance:

  1. Apply – apply for and accident loan on our website
  2. Uplift contacts your accident lawyer – we contact your attorney to collect information on the case
  3. We review – we review the case documents provided by your lawyer
  4. Get cash – we send you your cash advance within 24 hours of applying

This entire process can happen in as little as 24 hours. We want to make sure accident victims are confident and comfortable, so we keep you informed about each step we take during this process.

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.

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
  • Living expenses
  • Mortgage payments
  • College / school payments
  • Child support
  • Rent payments

Yes you can! Many companies provide pre-settlement funding to injured plaintiffs. At Uplift Legal Funding we offer both pre and post-settlement funding. Unlike most companies, we charge low, simple rates with no compounding. Give us a call today to learn more about your legal funding options.