Preferred Capital Funding provides lawsuit funding to plaintiffs throughout the country. If you’re in need of funding while in the midst of a personal injury claim, we can help. Before applying, however, it’s important to understand the state requirements for seeking pre-settlement funding, as it could affect the terms and conditions you sign. Let’s start by taking a look at how states protect borrowers in regard to traditional funding options.
Traditional Funding Options: How States Protect Borrowers
To understand pre-settlement funding regulations, it’s important to understand the regulations that exist for borrowing money from a bank or other financial institution. With traditional forms of funding, the state and federal governments try to protect borrowers from unscrupulous lenders. Laws generally regulate the amount of interest a lender can charge and how the lender discloses the terms of the loan.