Lawsuit funding is necessary when someone is involved in an active lawsuit but needs money immediately. Every year thousands of individuals are involved in accidents across Colorado resulting in serious injuries which can have a significant negative impact on a victim’s financial well-being. In response to damages suffered victims seek financial restitution from at fault parties vial the filing of a civil claim for damage. However, in most occasions cases can take significantly longer than most individuals anticipate resulting in months if not years left without the financial restitution needed to return to pre-accident financial well-being. What’s more due to injuries victims are left without the ability to return to work or seek out new employment leaving many in financial turmoil. Our Colorado lawsuit funding company can help.
How We Can Help
Our lawsuit funding company provides pre settlement and lawsuit cash advance services in Colorado. We are dedicated to providing victims of harm with the cash they need before they cases is settled in court. We are able to service customers from across the state of Colorado.
Colorado Cities and Communities We Serve: Our Colorado lawsuit pre-settlement loan company is able to provide across the state including the following cities and communities.
- Colorado Springs
- Fort Collins
- Grand Junction
Types of Cases Where Pre-Settlement Funding May Be Available
There are numerous case types our company is able to fund. Below is a list of some of the most common types of these cases. If your case types are not on the list please feel free to contact us in order for us to evaluate your case.
- Car Accidents
- Slip and Falls and Trip and Fall injuries
- Bus Accidents
- Taxi can passengers injuries
- Uber Lyft and Rideshare collisions
- Mass Tort litigation
- Fracking worker injuries
- Industrial accidents
- Defective Products
- Pharmaceutical drugs litigation cases
- Sexual Abuse claims
- Student injures and sexual abuse
- Construction site injuries
- Nursing home abuse claims
- Sports accidents – ski-slopes swimming pool and gym accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Workman Compensation
- Aviation Place accidents
- Mesothelioma and Asbestos claims
Some Interesting Facts About Colorado
“Colorful Colorado” is known for the beauty of its outdoor spaces. It’s most famous for the Rocky Mountains, which run right through the center of the state. The capital of Colorado is Denver, which takes pride in its position as the “mile high city,” so called because it stands exactly 5,280 feet above sea level. The city of Denver is home to several major league sports teams, including the NFL’s Denver Broncos, MLB’s Colorado Rockies, NHL’s Colorado Avalanche, MLS’s Colorado Rapids, and the NBA’s Denver Nuggets. College sports are also very popular, with many fans heading up to Boulder to cheer on the Buffaloes of the University of Colorado. The people of Colorado certainly don’t just watch sports, though. Work-life balance and an active lifestyle are high priorities in this state, with many people taking on a “weekend warrior” mentality and heading out to run or bike on the mountain trails or take a boat out onto their local lake, creek, or river. There are 54 mountains that rise above 14,000 feet within the state. This “fourteeners” draw tourists from all around the world who are looking to test their skills by hiking to their summits. In the winter, Colorado’s world famous ski resorts see plenty of action. The climate of Colorado is desert-like, with the state boasting over 300 sunny days a year and generally dry conditions. There is significant snowfall at higher elevations, but the consistent sunny weather allows for pleasant participation in a variety of winter sports. Colorado also boasts a large number of microbreweries, and craft beer festivals are a common attraction within the state. Music festivals abound, especially within the summer months, and the Red Rocks Amphitheatre near Denver is consistently voted as one of America’s best outdoor concert venues.
Colorado is the only state in America whose entire land area is over 1,000 meters elevation. Colorado’s lowest point is at the base of the Arikaree River on the border with Kansas. The elevation there is 3,317 feet. It’s common for cities and towns in Colorado to list their elevation at the city limits, where some towns in other states might record population. The highest point in Colorado is the peak of Mount Elbert, at 14,440 feet. The United States Air Force Academy is located in Colorado Springs. Also located in Colorado is the first U.S. Olympic Training Center, which is still in use today and has been used by athletes since 1978. Athletes can live at the site for years at a time in order to condition their bodies at altitude in preparation for Olympic competition. America’s most popular ski resorts are found in Colorado. Vail and Breckenridge each bring more than a million visitors a year to the state in order to hit the slopes. The Continental Divide passes through Colorado along the Rocky Mountains. Water west of the Divide eventually drains to the Pacific Ocean, and water on the east side drains toward the Atlantic, often via the Gulf of Mexico.
Parts of Colorado experience an alpine climate, rising above the tree line. On the peaks of the mountains, hikers can encounter lynx and bighorn sheep. Colorado is home to natural hot springs in several parts of the state. These springs attract tourists to lounge in the warm waters no matter what the season or weather. Some private swimming pools are also set up to fill from the hot springs. The mountains of Colorado make severe weather a very common phenomenon in the state. Blizzards close the mountain passes for weeks at a time, and some isolated cabins or even small towns are effectively isolated from the rest of the state for the entire winter. In the Eastern Plains, tornadoes and hail cause major damage in the summer months. Wildfires are also a risk especially during dry summers. In the fall of 2013, record-breaking flooding destroyed hundreds of homes in Boulder and nearby mountain towns. Several famous films have been shot in Colorado, and the state hosts several independent film festivals. Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining” was inspired by the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park. The hotel is now on the National Register of Historic Places, and ghost tours are given to tourists who visit.
Colorado joined the United States in 1876, and has a rich history as a frontier territory before that time. At its inception into statehood, Colorado was valued for both its mines and railroads, and both industries still prevail today. Colorado is also becoming a leader in clean energy technologies including solar and wind power. The metropolitan corridor running up I-25 from Colorado Springs to Fort Collins, an area which includes the cities of Denver and Boulder, is home to a wide range of computer and medical technology companies, including Google. The many opportunities for well-educated and well-paid workers means that many more people move into Colorado each year than move away to other states. As a result, Colorado’s population has steadily increased every year. In 2015, about 5,456,574 people lived in Colorado, with most of that population concentrated in the Front Range region, which includes Denver. Politically, Colorado offers a unique blend of liberal and conservative thought. More than half of the states registered voters do not identify as a member of either of the two major political parties. Still, the people of Colorado are very active in the political process, and nearly every day you will find residents rallying and attempting to get enough signatures on a petition to take their idea to the state legislature for a vote.
This culture of grassroots activism is one of the reasons that Colorado became the first state in the union to legalize marijuana for recreational use. But Colorado still holds on to its roots as a territory on the western frontier: agriculture still has a large part to play in the economy of the state, and palisade peaches, farmers’ markets, and sprawling acres of land for grazing animals are all common sights. The people of Colorado work hard and play harder, and visitors to the state can expect to find a great sense of independence and adventure here.
What Happens If There is No Settlement of My Case?
The advances we provides are sole non-recourse meaning that we will only be able to recover the advances we have provided if there is a successful resolution of your personal injury case. If there is no settlement then you do not owe us a single penny.
What is the Maximum Loan Amount I Can Receive on My Lawsuit?The amount of cash you are able to receive is dependent on the potential value and viability of your cases. Some of the most important factors in determining the value of your case shall be presented below.
- The severity of the injuries suffered by the plaintiff.
- Documentation of those injuries via hospital and other medical records from your treating doctors.
- Loss of income and future loss if income due to the long term nature of your injuries.
- The availability and limit of the insurance policies in play.
- The percentage of fault attributed to the parties involved in the accident.
How Quickly Can I Receive an Advance – How Does the Process Work
We are a fully streamlined serves using the later technologies and know how so as to provide you with the fastest possible opportunity to receive the cash you need in as little time an possible. Generally I we are able to get access to you file we can provide you with cash in as little as 12 to 24 hours from the time you make first contact. We have employed a simple yet effective three step process.
- Step One: Contact us by phone or online. We will then ask you a few brief questions regarding your case. Then we will request your file from your attorney.
- Step Two: Once we have received your file we will work diligently in evaluating the potential value and viability of your case.
- Step Three: Once we have made our determination we send you the cash.
Amount of money we can advance: Depending on your case we are able to advance up to $1000,000 on your case.
Why Victims Choose Us for Funding Needs
Victims of personal injury already have many issues to deal with, they should not have to exert unneeded stress on receiving the cash they need for their case as soon as possible. That is why we are here. Are goal is to provide you with the cash for your case before your case has settled in court. This will allow you to use the cash we provide you so that you are able to better manage the financial concerns you are experiencing due to your personal injury claim. Below is a list of key principles we focus on every day to make sure you are satisfied with our services.
- We are available 24/7 – you can give us a call any time of day or night.
- No Win No Recourse Advances – is you do not win your case you do not owe us a single penny. This is a guarantee we provide to each and every client.
- We do not perform any Credit Checks, Employment history or criminal records in determining the amount of money we provide you customers.
- No monthly payment and no upfront out of pocket costs associated with our advances.
We are amongst the most reliable and trusted lawsuit case cash advance companies servicing the state of Colorado. If have any further questions and would like to speak with one our agents please feel free to contact our offices.