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Hawaii Lawsuit Loans

In Hawaii, many people get injured due to the negligent or illegal acts of others. Injuries can take a financial toll on victims. Often injured individuals are not able to work and cannot pay for their hospital bills. With mounting debts, mortgage payments, rent and many other expenses victims are often forces to accept whatever settlement offer is offered to them by the at fault party. But there is another way where you are able to hold out for a greater settlement and receive the cash you need in order to gain a financial foot hold and stave off potential bankruptcy. Victims of personal injury who have an active lawsuit are able to receive an advance on their case.

Zeus Legal: We are a Hawaii pre settlement funding company able to assist individuals in getting the cash they need. If you have any further questions or would like to learn more about our qualification process after reading this article please feel free to contact us. We are available for you 24 hours per day 7 days out of the week. If you need a lawsuit loan in Hawaii or anywhere else, please contact our offices today for a free consultation.

Territories, Cities and Towns We Serve

As a primarily online bases company we are able to provide our services across the state including the following towns, cities and islands.

  • Honolulu
  • Hilo and the Big island of Hawaii
  • Maui
  • Kauai
  • Pearl City
  • Kailua
  • Waipahu

Types of Cases We Are Able to Fund

We are able to fund a multitude of different personal injury and civil cases including but not limited to the following.

  • Auto accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Motorcycle rider injuries
  • Pedestrian and Bicycle crashes
  • Premises Liability cases
  • Hotel injuries cases
  • Defective products
  • Defective medical device and dangerous drugs
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Trip and falls
  • ATV accidents
  • Boating accidents
  • Shopping mall liability cases
  • Food Poisoning
  • Dangerous and unforeseen objects in foods
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Surgery errors
  • Sexual Assaults
  • Student injuries
  • Assault and battery
  • Wrongful death of a family member
  • Police brutality
  • Wrongful termination
  • Sex and race based discrimination claims
  • Age based discrimination
  • Bus and public transportation accidents
  • Lyft and Uber passenger and drive injuries

Amount You Can Borrow From Us

This is one of the most common questions asked by individuals who seek our assistance. The amount of money we are able to advance is based on the potential value of your case. There can be many factors which play a significant role in determining your case value. Some of those factors are described in further detail below.

  1. What your injures are and whether those injuries have been properly documented and diagnosed.
  2. The cost of medical care and treatment associated with the injuries suffered.
  3. Other costs associated with the harm suffered; this can include loss of wages and future loss of income as well.
  4. Whether punitive damages recovery is available in your case; Courts can award punitive damages when the at fault party acted with wither the intent to cause harm or reckless indifference for the life and health of others. An example of reckless conduct or gross negligence is drunk driving accidents. An example of intentional conduct includes acts of assault and battery.
  5. The availability of insurance coverage or any other assets of the at fault parties which caused the harm. For example the minimum auto policy one can purchase in Hawaii is 20/40; that’s $20,000 per person and $40,000 all together. Commercial vehicles such as trucks can carry policies in excess of a Million dollars.
  6. The percentage of liability attributed to the at fault party.

Why Choose Us – Pre-Settlement Funding Company For the People

Our company is built on one major principle, “treat ever single customer with the same level of respect and dignity you would like to be afforded, and provide them with the highest level of customer service.” Following on this principle we have instituted several goals with respect to how we treat our customers.

  • We will be available for you whenever and wherever you need us. We are available 24 hours per day and 7 days out of the week including weekends and all major holidays.
  • You need cash right away and we will be able to get you the cash you need. We can get you the cash you need within 24 hours no matter where you are and what time of day it is.
  • You do not have to pay us back a single penny in upfront costs or fees. There are no upfront charges for getting a loan.
  • Non-recourse advance guaranteed: You do not have to pay us back a single penny until and unless there is a successful resolution of your case.
  • No background checks needed. We do not check your credit history, nor do we look at your employment or arrest records. The qualification process for the advance we will be providing you is solely based on the potential value and viability of your case.

Some Interesting Reading About Hawaii

Hawaii is well known throughout the United States as a vacation spot and a tropical paradise. The state is located in the Pacific Ocean, a little over 2200 miles from California and the mainland United States. Hawaii itself actually stretches over 1500 miles of ocean. The state is composed of a series of eight major islands. The Hawaiian islands were created from the hardened rock that cooled after the explosions of active volcanoes. There are three currently active volcanoes there. The volcano of Kilauea has been erupting since 1983 and is still spewing lava. Tourists can travel to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to observe the power of nature in action. The climate of the state is tropical all year long. There is a dry season and a wet season, which brings enough heavy rain to account for one of the highest measures of annual rainfall in the world. Some of the higher mountains in the island chain also experience snow.

Because of Hawaii’s unique location and geology, as the only state that is entirely surrounded by water and the only part of the United States that is not located in the Americas, it has several plants and animals that do not live in any of the other 49 states. Because of this isolation, Hawaii has more endangered species on it than any other location in America. National parks and protected areas throughout the state attempt to conserve what remains of these fragile habitats. The Hawaiian monk seal is one of many threatened species on the islands.

Hawaii has its own cuisine, the modern version of which blends the foods of the original Polynesian and Native Hawaiian cultures on the islands with more recent Japanese, Filipino, Chinese and European influences to create a fusion of flavors and cooking styles. Plate lunches and Hawaiian barbeque are favorite meals, and seafood and fish dishes are common and can be prepared in many different ways and served at breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Spam is popular in Hawaii, and more of it is eaten here than in any other state. Hawaiians make frequent use of the taro root in their cooking, pounding it down to make poi, and sometimes making it into bread. When cooked, the taro root creates a rich purple color, giving this dish a unique visual appeal. The state has also evolved its own musical traditions, which use the ukulele and guitar along with chanting and singing. These songs often accompany hula dancing. Reggae is also popular on the islands, and several jazz clubs can be found in Honolulu. The University of Hawaii also supports a jazz band. In 1974, Hawaii became the first state to require employer-sponsored health care for all employees working more than twenty hours a week. Because of this long-running standard of care, Hawaii has one of the highest rates of insured citizens in the country, and the people there generally seek early preventative care more frequently and require hospitalization less frequently than residents of other states.

The capital of Hawaii, Honolulu, is located on the island of Oahu. Most of the state’s population can be found in and surrounding the capital city. Because of its location, physically removed and disconnected from the rest of America, it has a unique history and culture as compared to most other states. Before becoming one of the fifty states, Hawaii was an independent kingdom and sovereign nation. This independence ended in 1893, and Hawaii officially joined the union in 1959. Native Hawaiians descend from the indigenous Polynesian peoples who resided on the island before contact with White settlers. Today, about ten percent of the population of the state is composed of Native Hawaiian peoples. The Hawaiian language is still taught in Hawaii’s public schools to children of all racial backgrounds, and aspects of traditional Hawaiian culture, including hula dancing, are frequently seen all over the islands. Hawaii has a large military presence owing to several military bases all throughout the state. The United States military is one of the largest employers in the state. Pearl Harbor was the site of the attack by Japan that catapulted the United States into the Second World War. Today, the site has been transformed into a memorial and museum that attracts tourists and visitors from all over the world. Most visitors go there to enjoy the white sandy beaches and the surfing scene. Waves along the coast of Hawaii can grow to thirty or forty foot swells, and many world-class surfing competitions are held here. Other popular water-based adventures include ocean kayaking, snorkeling, fishing, and racing waveriders or jet skis.

Although tourism has a huge impact on the Hawaiian economy, the state also produces unique food products for export, including pineapple, macadamia nuts, coffee, and seafood. Most of the people in Hawaii are only staying temporarily, either tourists or members of the military on limited assignments. In fact, many people who move out there intending to stay often find that they cannot afford to do so. Hawaii’s cost of living is the highest in the entire United States, owing to the difficulties involved in shipping commercial products and household goods out to an island. Visitors and residents tend to adopt a relaxed attitude, known locally as “aloha style.” The workday grind takes a backseat to a life centered on family and appreciating all of the beauty and adventure the state has to offer. Even those who work full-time jobs on the islands often find opportunities to enjoy a flexible schedule and adjusted hours. It’s not uncommon for people to go into work very early so that they can take the afternoons off to take their surfboards out to the nearest beach. This kind of lifestyle is made possible, and even encouraged, by the time difference between Hawaii and the mainland United States.

Further Info and Contact Us

If you have any further information or you have any question regarding lawsuit loans in Hawaii or anywhere else, or if you would like to speak with us regarding the qualification process, please feel free to contact us. We are available for you 24 hours a day and 7 days out of the week. Please read about pre settlement loans and feel free to call us toll free to speak to a friendly representative. If we do not pick up the phone, that means all of our representatives are on the other line. In that case, please leave a message and someone will return your call shortly.