If you’re a slip and fall injury victim waiting for a potential lawsuit settlement, you may be in a situation where you’re struggling to cover the costs of hospital bills, other medical bills for medications or treatment, and your everyday expenses. Putting off the bills until your case settles sometimes isn’t an option. Overdue bills and late fees can make the total amount owed much higher—and can create a great deal of financial stress. If you’re in this situation, it may be in your best interest to apply for premises liability lawsuit funding with Preferred Capital Funding.
We know how difficult it can be to have to wait for the compensation you deserve when you need to pay expenses now. That’s where we step in. We offer settlement funding between $500 to $500,000, which you could have in as little as 24 hours. You’ll get the financial relief you need and can wait patiently for your legal proceedings to conclude.
Slip and Fall Accidents
Negligence often causes people to be in situations where slip and fall accidents happen. Property owners and landlords are supposed to make sure everything is safe for others. However, when they ignore these duties, their properties can fall into disarray and become full of hazards to those on it.
Slippery floors from spills, unstable staircases or railings, old carpets with holes, electrical cords in walkways, and poor lighting can all contribute to someone falling and injuring themselves. It can happen anywhere—restaurants, hotels, parks, grocery stores, and even construction sites. The injuries can be substantial. People are at risk of getting a traumatic brain injury, breaking bones, or sometimes getting electrocuted. Sprains are also a common injury because people try to catch themselves when they fall, so their arms and wrists get the main force of the impact. Unfortunately, wrongful death can also occur in premises liability cases.
These injuries can put your life on hold. When you’re prevented from working and you’re dealing with the stress of a claim, you’re also counting down to when you get your compensation. But your case can be drawn out if the defendant is claiming they weren’t liable or is arguing that you’re partially at fault for your injuries. This can be frustrating, especially when you know that you’re going to have to pay back bills, even though you have them because of negligence.
When your court case is taking longer than you thought it would, you may start to feel helpless. But you don’t have to feel this way. This is when you may want to explore your other options.
How Do You Apply for Settlement Funding?
Pre-settlement funding will give you the money you need now. There aren’t any loopholes to watch out for because these are meant to help you. There isn’t any invasive background checking, either. We do not check your credit, employment status, or anything besides your case. We only want to learn what happened and how you were injured.
You also don’t need to worry about adding more financial complications to your situation. In most states, you only have to pay us back if you win your case.
If you do win your case, you pay back the funding in one payment from your compensation. We tell you the exact amount that you will owe ahead of time so there aren’t any surprises at the end.
Before applying, you need to speak with your lawyer about receiving funding and ask if they’re willing to work with us. If they are, then your lawyer may calculate how much funding you should receive.
Then, you send us an application with your name, contact information, what happened to you, and how much you’re asking for. Our legal underwriters will go over it and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Why Choose Preferred Capital Funding?
We believe in providing aid to those who were wrongfully injured. We’re also proud of our reputation of being a trustworthy source for lawsuit funding. Preferred Capital Funding has worked with many attorneys in the past and they know that we’re here to help you. Applying is easy and takes minutes. Fill out your application for funding today. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible and you could quickly have your premises liability lawsuit funding and peace of mind.