What Type of Lawsuit Do We Help With?

Mar 17, 2010

One of the most difficult things to wait for in life may be the settlement of a lawsuit. It can be especially difficult to wait if you are the plaintiff. In that case, you may be on the eventual receiving end of a good sized settlement.

Waiting may be more than a little difficult, though. It can also make your financial situation become more difficult to handle. Bills may build up, the hassle and fees associated with getting copies of any necessary records, and even your day to day expenses, may make keeping on top of your finances seem near impossible. Not to worry, we can help.

When you are in the midst of a lawsuit and are expecting a settlement, we may be the answer you are looking for to help keep your money in order while you wait. We may be able to accept your application for a lawsuit advance, which may make all the difference in the way you can handle the financial pressures associated with your lawsuit.


Many people think that they can only receive an advance on particular types of lawsuits. As a matter of fact, there are many types of lawsuit that we can help you with. If you are the plaintiff, and are entitled to being awarded some money in the lawsuit, we may be able to approve your advance in just a short time when you apply. Some of the types of cases that we have been known to help with include, but are not limited to:

  • Automobile accidents; these include car accidents, pedestrian accidents, bus accidents, truck accidents, and tractor trailer accidents.
  • Personal injury: including burns, broken bones, paralysis, bruising, and pain
  • Negligence: including asbestos cases, mesothelioma, and other diseases caused by chemical exposure or other cases of negligence.
  • Medical Malpractice suits
  • Workers compensation
  • Wrongful death suits
  • Commercial litigation suits: including breach of contract, discrimination, harassment, work injuries, and wrongful termination
If you are the plaintiff in a lawsuit, you may be eligible for an advance to help you get through it. Having the ability to pay your bills, pay for any fees as you go, and have all your day to day needs met is possible, when you use a lawsuit advance.

Being the plaintiff in a lawsuit doesn’t have to mean you go further into debt while you are waiting for a settlement. It can be easier than you may think, when you apply and are approved for a lawsuit advance to help meet all the financial obligations and needs that you have.

Knowing you have options other than sinking while your case is being heard may make all the difference in how you handle your money while you wait. If you have access to some of the finances you need, before you win your case, you can do more to prevent your bills from piling up, and more to keep life running smoothly while you wait.