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10 Terms You Should Know When Filing a Lawsuit

Published on Apr 10, 2020 at 2:59 pm in Legal Information.

If you’ve been in an accident because of someone else’s negligence, it may have caused injuries and damages. As a victim of their negligence, you could have extensive medical bills, are unable to work at this time, and are experiencing pain and suffering as well. You can decide to seek compensation through a personal injury claim.

When you’re going through the legal process, many aspects of it can be confusing. While having a lawyer at your side to help explain everything can provide clarity on what’s happening, you may want to familiarize yourself with some of the common terms used when someone is filing a lawsuit. This way, you’ll feel a more comprehensive understanding of what you should know when you’re going through the legal process.

Understanding State Requirements for Seeking Pre-Settlement Funding

Published on Mar 16, 2020 at 9:06 pm in Legal Information.

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.

What You Need to Know About Social Media When Filing a Lawsuit

Published on Dec 31, 2019 at 7:05 pm in Legal Information.

In today’s world, we often connect with each other through social media. Even though social media can be a great way to stay in touch with people you don’t see, it can be an outlet for some people to post very personal information to the public. You might think the people using social media are of the younger population, but actually the Pew Research Center claims that 72% of adults in the U.S. use at least one social media site.

In fact, 82% of adults aged 30 to 49 have at least one social media site, the most popular being Facebook. On social media accounts, you’re likely to post details about your life for your friends to see. But even if your privacy settings are set to the highest levels, that doesn’t mean that your posts are safe in the event of a trial.

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