Pursuing a personal injury lawsuit can lead to compensation for injury victims, but the short-term effects can be hard to deal with. If you’re struggling financially, it can seem like there’s no way to pay for all your bills, debts, and expenses—especially if you’ve had to take time off work to recover from your injuries. Fortunately, you have the option of applying for Nevada lawsuit funding so you can take care of your expenses and focus on helping your lawyer build a strong case on your behalf.
When you apply for lawsuit funding, you’ll be working towards receiving the money you need to comfortably move forward with your lawsuit. The application process is easier than you might imagine. We only need basic contact information and details about your lawsuit. We’ll discuss the matter with your lawyer and determine how to proceed from there.
How Nevada Legal Funding Can Help
Many personal injury victims don’t realize that they have options when it comes to taking care of their financial responsibilities while pursuing legal action against the party that caused their accident. Compared to other funding resources, pre-settlement funding is unique because they are non-recourse. This means that if you lose your case, you won’t owe us any of the money back. In conjunction with your lawyer, we absorb the risk so you can focus on what matters most.
We help plaintiffs who have been in all types of accidents. One of the most common we see is car accidents. Crashes in Nevada are often caused by impaired driving, lane departures, and improper intersection use. When pedestrians or motorcyclists are involved, the collisions are more likely to be fatal. For example, according to the Nevada Strategic Highway Safety Plan, 720 pedestrians were seriously injured on Nevada’s roadways and 353 lost their lives from 2012 to 2016. The majority of accidents took place in the roadway and at intersections with crosswalks.
The physical, emotional, and financial consequences of any accident can be severe. If you’ve suffered wrongfully and need help paying your bills, applying for lawsuit funding can help.
State Laws That Impact Lawsuit Funding Eligibility
It’s important to recognize the state laws that could affect your ability to receive lawsuit funding. The first is the statute of limitations. This refers to the amount of time a person has to file a claim against the party they believed caused their accident and losses. In Nevada, a person typically has two years after the date of the incident to file their case within the state’s civil court system. If you miss this deadline, you will not be able to take legal action or seek compensation. You are not eligible for funding unless you have an active personal injury lawsuit in the works.
The state’s modified comparative fault rule could impact how much money you receive from us. We fund strong cases. If there’s a chance you were at fault for a portion of your accident, you may receive less from us because it will be assumed you will receive less compensation.
Submit Your Application Today
Whether you’re dealing with injuries from a car crash, negligent doctor, or work-related accident, if you’re pursuing a personal injury claim and are struggling financially, we can provide you with the lawsuit funding you need to get your life back in order as quickly as possible.
Without legal funding you could be persuaded to settle early for less compensation than you deserve, especially if you’re behind on your rent, mortgage, or utilities. Instead of compromising your future, secure it with help from Preferred Capital Funding. Our Las Vegas office is here to serve you.
If you have questions about the possibility of receiving funds, you can speak with one of our legal specialists. You’ll also want to take the matter up with your lawyer, as they’ll need to be a part of the process. Once you’ve decided lawsuit funding is for you, you can submit your application online or by phone. We provide lawsuit funding amounts of $500 to $500,000 in as little as 24 hours.
Nevada Privacy Notice
Preferred Capital Funding will never sell any of your information that we obtain from you in the process of applying for lawsuit funding. However, if you would like to submit a verified request pursuant to Nevada SB 220, you may submit it to our operator at our designated address: firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-774-7106. We will respond to you within 60 days of receipt thereof, or sooner.
NOTICE OF RIGHT TO FILE A WRITTEN COMPLAINT TO THE COMMISSIONER OF THE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS DIVISION:
You may file a written complaint with the Commissioner of the Financial Institutions Division by submitting a signed complaint form to the Office of the Commissioner. The required complaint form can be found on the homepage of the Financial Institution’s website: www.fid.nv.gov, or you may request a complaint form via telephone by calling the toll-free telephone number: 1 (866) 858-8951.