Georgia Pre Settlement Funding
If you have been injured due to the negligent or intentional misconduct of another party, you have the right to pursue a lawsuit in hopes of recovery for the damages that you have suffered. However settlement or verdict of a lawsuit can take a very long time to accomplish. The long period of time between an injury and the recovery for the injury can leave many in serious financial difficulty. Often individuals are unable to pay for their every day expenses, and bills start piling up because of their inability to work resulting from the injuries suffered. We can help. Georgia lawsuit loans can be provided to victims of accidents and personal injury located in Georgia.
Funding Company For Victims
We are a Georgia pre settlement funding company with the goal of providing financial help to individuals who have an active civil lawsuit for compensation and need financial assistance. Our goal is to provide victims of accidents a lawsuit pre settlement loan as quickly as possible and at the lowest rates. We understand all the distress that you are experiencing, and we are here to relieve some of that distress. If you are in need of financial assistance and would like our help please feel free to contact our offices we are available for you day or night including weekends and major holidays.
Injuries and Accident Cases We Fund
Below is a brief list of some of the case we can provide funding.
- Auto accidents
- Wrongful death of a loved one or family member
- Uber Lyft and Rideshare accidents
- Premises liability claims
- Slip and Fall – Trip and Falls
- Industrial accidents and injuries
- Burn Injuries
- Spinal Cord injuries
- Truck and motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- Construction accidents
- Mesothelioma and Asbestos claims
- Toxic torts
- Bog Bites and animal attacks
Other Types of Cases We Fund
Other than person injury claims we are able to fund the following civil claims.
- Mass tort claims
- Defective products
- Defective medical device and unsafe drug injuries
- Class action lawsuits
- Workplace injuries
- Wrongful Termination
- Employment discrimination
If your case type is not on the list we may still be able to help you. Contact us to see if you can qualify for one of our advances.
How We Help You Borrow Money
As a direct funder we do not rely in any second party to provide you with the advance you are asking for. Thus we are able to provide you with funding from as little as $500 to as much as $1000,000. Every case is different with a unique set of facts which play a role in determining the value of your case and thus the amount of money you are able to borrow. Below is a description of some of the most important factors we use in making this determination.
- The severity of the injuries you have suffered.
- The length of time it will take for you to get back to the same health as you were prior to the accident.
- Economic damages you have suffered. Including medical costs, loss of employment, loss of future income.
- Previous advances that have been provide on your case.
- Length of time until your case is settled.
- The availability of insurance coverage and if so the limits on that coverage.
- The availability for punitive damages: Punitive damage compensation can be awarded when the defendant acts with malice intent to cause harm or in reckless disregard for the life and health of the victim.
- Percentage of liability that can be attributed to the at fault party.
What Separates Us from the Rest
We understand there can be many lawsuit funding company options for you to choose from. We believed that we can provide you with the highest level of customer care and satisfaction through our ability to get you the highest amount to borrow in the fastest time possible.
What if My Case Does Not Settle
One of the most common questions clients have for us regards what would happen if the underlying case does not settle and no money is recovered. We have a NO WIN NO REPAYMENT Guarantee. This means that your attorneys are not able to get you a settlement you do not owe us a single penny. No matter what you will be safe from any recourse from us.
We understand that financial emergencies can happen anytime. That is why we are available for your funding needs 24 hours per day including weekends and all holidays. No matter what we will be there.
Competitive Low Rates
We offer some of the lowest rates available in the industry. We are able to provide our low rates because we are a direct lender.
We offer the fastest turnaround time in the industry. Utilizing our advanced algorithm in determining the advance you can qualify for. This means we can get you the cash you need within 24hrs.
Cities and Communities We Serve
Our offices are able to service the entire state including the following…
- Columbus Georgia
- Sandy Springs
- Johns Creek
- Warner Robins
Some Notable Facts About Georgia
Georgia is named after King George II, who was the ruler of England when Georgia was colonized. Georgia was the last of the thirteen original colonies. It was also one of the original Confederate states, and the last to rejoin the United States after the Civil War. The state has the largest land area of any state east of the Mississippi. It is known for producing an abundance of peaches. It is also known as the birthplace of Coca-Cola. Other business and industries that are prominent there include carpet-making, cars, and distribution of products for companies such as IKEA and Target. Kia Motors built their first American plant in Georgia. The federal government has a large presence there, with dozens of military bases for all branches of the armed forces. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention have their main headquarters in Atlanta. The CDC is one of only two places in the world to keep smallpox samples for carefully controlled study. Georgia, and especially Atlanta, have become a model of a successful New Southern economy, especially in the later decades of the 20th century. Atlanta is the capital of Georgia. It is the ninth most populated city in the United States. The Atlanta airport is the busiest airport in the world. The state has a rich tourism industry, with aquariums, zoos, and museums attracting millions of visitors to the state each year.
Georgia became a major battleground during the Civil War. Both Atlanta and Savannah were captured by Union forces and the devastation in those two cities and the land between them was near total. Union leaders Sherman and Grant practiced “scorched earth warfare” in their assault on the state, burning fields, tearing up railroad lines, blowing up bridges, and destroying telegraph wires, all in an effort to prevent Confederate forces from having an opportunity to regroup. The Georgia campaign resulted in tens of thousands of deaths, of both soldiers and civilians, and what would be billions of dollars worth of damage in today’s money. The state’s economy would not fully recover until almost a hundred years after the war’s end. Unlike those in some other states, most of Georgia’s Civil War battlefields have not been preserved. Many historic sites already existed within urban areas, or have been built over in later periods of development. Despite this, there are museums and historical markers throughout the state allowing residents and visitors to learn about the impact of the Civil War. The climate of Georgia is hot and humid, with significant precipitation all across the state.
Georgia has the second fastest-growing Asian population in the United States, as well as the fastest growing African-American population. The state’s population skews younger than most other states, with the great majority of people living there being under the age of 65. Georgia was formerly a Southern Democratic stronghold, and the state holds the record for the longest unbroken string of Democratic party wins in the United States. In recent years, Georgia has mostly shifted its support to the Republican party, which holds more conservative positions on issues such as abortion and same-sex marriage. Atlanta Hip-Hop is a major part of the music scene, with a different culture and sound from the rap produced in northern cities such as Detroit or New York. Traditional southern musical styles like Soul and Country are often blended into the hip-hop tracks produced here. “Country rap” has become its own genre over the past decade, and can now be heard on pop radio stations across the country. The state is also the birthplace of crunk, a style of club music with a heavy bassline and use of drum machines along with loud call-and-response vocal tracks. Acoustic rock and Christian music are also popular in Georgia. John Mayer has lived and recorded in the state for nearly twenty years.
10.2 million people live in Georgia, and its population is steadily growing. The state is one of five majority minority states in the nation, with 59% of of young children born in the state over the past two years identifying as non-White. Some isolated populations within the state speak Gullah, a creole language that developed on the islands of Georgia and South Carolina. The state has an abundant bounty of plants and animals. There are 160 different species of bird that live there, and 250 kinds of trees. Georgia is the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, who founded the Girl Scouts of America in Savannah. Savannah is a major seaport and tourists visit the city to admire the beautiful gardens and historical architecture. Nighttime “ghost tours” are a popular attraction. The historic district in Savannah brings eleven million tourists to Georgia every year. The state has a large film industry, created and nurtured through tax incentives over the past fifteen years. Hundreds of productions are filmed in Georgia every year. “The Vampire Diaries” and “The Walking Dead” are also filmed and set there. Television also has a lot at stake in that state. Turner Broadcasting, which owns CNN as well as many other stations, has its headquarters in Atlanta. The Weather Channel was also founded in Georgia. Classic works of literature like “The Color Purple” and “Gone With The Wind” were both created and set in that state. The climate in Georgia is hot and humid. The temperature rarely drops below freezing, even in the winter. In 1838, federal troops forced tens of thousands of members of the Cherokee tribe to move out of Georgia toward reservation lands west of the Mississippi. This Trail of Tears resulted in the deaths of about four thousand people and is a dark spot in the state’s history. Georgia hosts the Atlanta Braves, one of the most popular teams in professional baseball. Ty Cobb, the first player ever to be inducted into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame was born and raised in Georgia. Atlanta also supports an NFL team, the Falcons, and the Atlanta Hawks of the NBA. In 2017, Major League Soccer has plans to bring an expansion team to Atlanta.
How to Contact Us
If you would like to learn more or find out whether you qualify for our 24 Hour cash advance please contact our offices. We are available 24/7 for your convenience.