Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have questions about pre-settlement lawsuit funding? Browse our FAQs for answers to your most common questions.
- What is pre-settlement funding?
- Do you require a credit check?
- Is pre-settlement plaintiff funding a loan?
- How do I get started?
- Do you contact my attorney?
- How long does the funding process take?
- What happens if I lose the case?
Pre-Settlement refers to the time period after a claim has been brought by the plaintiff and prior to the execution of the settlement agreement or judgment. It is the period of time during which a legal claim is pending and unresolved. Presettlement funding is actually a cash advance or funding based on future unresolved claims.
No. Credit checks are not required for lawsuit funding. Your credit score will not be affected.
No. Pre-settlement funds are not a loan or monetary debt that needs to be repaid. Rather, it is a non-recourse cash advance that only is repaid if you win your case. If the case is unsuccessful you keep the cash period.
Call us at (844) FUND-888 or complete our cash advance application form.
Yes. We will make contact with your attorney to review your case for funding eligibility. Please provide us with the Attorney and any paralegal assigned to your case.
Once we have received the necessary information a decision will be made within 48 hours.
Learn more about the 6-Step Pre-Settlement Funding Process
If you lose your case you owe nothing.