Iowa Lawsuit Loans
Iowa is a land of rolling hills and plains. People who have been injured in Iowa have the right to seek financial compensation for all their damages. Financial difficulties for victims of harm due to the negligence or intentional acts of others are common. Unfortunately lawsuits can take much longer than initially expected to settle; often taking many months or even years. Left with no other options plaintiffs will be forced to settle their case prematurely resulting in greatly reduced settlement on their case. But there is another option; you are able to receive and advance on your case before there is a settlement. If you would like to receive a lawsuit loan in Iowa, please contact us for a free consultation.
Iowa Lawsuit Funding
As a pre-settlement funding company, we are dedicated to getting victims who are in dire financial strays the cash they need. Our goal is to be able qualify you for your lawsuit loan right away and get you the cash within 24 hours using our simple and streamlined three step process.
Step One: You contact us vial a phone call or by filling our online application form. We them contact you and ask you several questions regarding your case. We then make contact with your attorney and ask for a copy of your file.
Step Two: Once we have a copy of your file we will review it and qualify your loan request.
Step Three: We contact you again and send you the cash you need.
Cities towns and communities served
As a mostly online based lawsuit cash advance company we are able to assist individuals across the Iowa. A list of some of the communities we are able to serve include the following…
- De Moines and surrounding town and communities
- Iowa city
- Quad Cities – Davenport Bettendorf
- Cedar Rapids
- Sioux City
- Council Bluffs
Personal Injury Cases We Fund
Below is a list of some of the most common personal injury cases we are able to fund. Note: If your case type is not on the list feel free to contact us to see if you may still qualify.
- Auto accidents
- Passenger injuries
- Wrongful death of a family member or loved one
- Bus and public transportation accidents
- Truck and 18-wheeler accidents
- Boating injuries
- Premises liability claim
- Slip and falls
- Dog Bites
- Bicycle and pedestrian injuries
- Medical malpractice
- Hospital negligence
- Failure to diagnose claims
- Cosmetic surgery errors
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
- Elder abuse including financial fraud against the elderly
- Farming machinery accidents
Other Cases: Some of the other cases we fund include the following.
- Mass torts and class action lawsuits
- NFL brain injury and concussion cases
- Risperdal claims
- Defective products
- Defective and unsafe prescription drugs
- Wrongful termination of employment
- Sex and race based discrimination of employees
- Asbestos and mesothelioma cancer claims
- Toxic torts
- Industrial accidents
- Construction accidents
- Worker compensation benefits
Why Many Others Choose Us as Their Funding Partner
Many residents of Iowa like to choose us because we are amazing at what we do. There are many options you may have when selecting a funding company as your case cash advance partner. We believe we can be the right choice for you and here is why.
- We are always available for you no matter what: An emergency situation where you may need immediate cash can take place any time of day or night. That is why we are available 24 hours per day 7 days out of the week including nights and weekends.
- Competitive Rates: As direct funders we are able to provide some of the lowest rates in the industry.
- Non-recourse advances: If your case does not achieve a successful result in the court of law you do not owe us a single penny guaranteed.
- No credit or background checks needed; the qualification of your advance is solely bases on the potential value and viability of your cases.
- Get funded within 24 hours: We are able to get you the funding you need within 24 hours.
How Much Money Can an Iowa Resident Borrow?
We are able to qualify funding for as little as $500 dollars to as much as $100,000 dollars. The amount you are able to qualify for is based on the potential value of your case. There are several significant factors which can play a significant role in determining its potential value.
- The degree and severity of the injuries you have suffered: For example a fractures hand will usually result in a higher settlement when compared to a soft tissue injury.
- The medical costs and bills associated with the injuries suffered.
- Future medical costs and rehabilitation case.
- Whether punitive damages can be awarded: Punitive damages are available when the at fault party acted with malicious intent to cause harm or acted in reckless indifference for the life and health of others. An example of reckless behavior is drunk driving accidents.
- The apportionment of fault which can be attributed to the at fault party.
- The insurance coverage available; for example in Iowa minimum auto insurance policy limits are $15,000 per injured person. Large trucks often carry commercial policies which are often in excess of one million dollars.
Some Notable Facts About Iowa
Most of the natural tall grasses that originally made up Iowa’s landscape have been plowed to create plantable farmland. This loss of habitat has resulted in several of the state’s native species becoming endangered, including several different species of bird and multiple different plants. Iowa has much less public land than other states, making it more difficult for environmental conservation efforts to succeed. Fertilizers and pesticides used throughout the state further threaten the long term sustainability of its environment. Iowa is primarily an agricultural state, more than half of its land is covered with crops. The state produces an extensive amount of corn, most of which is used for animal feed or ethanol production. It has also made a large investment in wind energy, and wind farms are a common sight throughout the state. Manufacturing and biotechnology also account for a large part of its economy, with large agricultural firms often benefiting from the parts created or the research produced. ConAgra, Heinz, General Mills, and Tyson Foods all have facilities in Iowa.
The unemployment rate in Iowa is 3.4%, much lower than the national average. The state has the highest high school graduation rate in the United States, at 90%. This is not incredibly surprising given that the state was among the first to invest in high school education. Iowa has historically been a relatively progressive state. It typically struck down laws that promoted discrimination, did not tolerate slavery even when it was legal in other states, and made interracial marriages legal a full hundred years before the federal government did so. Desegregation in schools and public places were priorities in Iowa decades before the Civil Rights Movement. Women’s Rights were also well-supported there, with the University of Iowa being the first public university to allow both women and men to receive an equal education. Iowa was also the first Midwestern state to make same-sex marriage legal.
Iowa is consistently voted as one of the safest states in which to live. The state’s population is relatively homogeneous, and three-quarters of the people currently living there were born in the state. Most people living there live in cities such as Des Moines or Cedar Rapids, and even residents born in rural counties often move to the cities seeking better employment options. Major floods and severe storms regularly occur there, especially in the summers. Half the average annual precipitation in Iowa is recorded during the months of May through August, and heat and humidity define summer days in the state. Winters are cold and snowy, with temperatures rarely climbing above freezing in the deep winter months. The Iowa State Fair is one of the longest running state fairs in America, first held in 1854. Even today, the Iowa State Fair is rated one of the nation’s best, and it brings in thousands of visitors from other states as well as bringing home former residents of Iowa who time their trips back home specifically so that they can attend the fair. The Iowa State Fair allows camping, and is known for offering attendees seventy different food-on-a-stick options, including fried Snickers bars. The butter sculpting competition has been a tradition at the fair for over a hundred years. Iowa is the 29th state to join the Union, and it officially became a state in 1846. The state’s economy crashed in the 1980s, creating a localized Depression known as the Farm Crisis.
In the aftermath of the Farm Crisis, small farms were nearly all bought out by large agricultural conglomerates, and the state’s economy eventually diversified into today’s more urban-centered mix of manufacturing, research and development, and banking and insurance industries supporting a state that was once entirely dependent on growing crops. Iowa is called the Hawkeye State, which is taken from the character in “The Last of the Mohicans.” The character of Hawkeye in the popular television show M*A*S*H takes his name from the same source. Iowa is the only state where both the eastern and western borders are formed by rivers. It also has several large lakes, which bring tourists from all over the country to fish. Ice fishing is popular in the winter. There are more than seventy wineries there and wine tasting events are common tourist draws. The state also hosts an annual bike ride which crosses the entire state of Iowa and attracts thousands of cyclists.
Many people in Iowa are fans of baseball. No professional teams play there, but the Chicago Cubs have a minor league affiliate in the state. Football and basketball are also popular sports, at both the college and high school levels. Iowa Speedway has hosted championship races for NASCAR and IndyCar, and the PGA holds the John Deere Classic there every year. Slightly over three million people live in Iowa. The state passed three million residents for the first time in the 2010 Census. Iowa’s population numbers continue to slowly but steadily grow. Despite this, the state struggles with losing many of its well educated young adults to other states. Des Moines is the capital of Iowa and its largest city. It is home to about 210,000 people. Iowa City has gained international prominence for its contributions to literature. The Iowa Writers’ Workshop at the University of Iowa teaches creative writing courses, and is the oldest graduate level writing program in the United States. Many graduates of the program have become award-winning authors. “The Bridges of Madison County,” a novel which was later adapted into a film starring Clint Eastwood, was both written and set in Iowa.
Residents of Iowa are able to receive a lawsuit loan from our company. If you have any further questions or if you would like to begin the qualification process for your lawsuit cash advance please feel free to contact us. Our case review specialists can review the details of your lawsuit for free and let you know whether you qualify. If you do qualify, we will lend you the money now and wait for your lawsuit to settle. If your lawsuit is unsuccessful, no problem because you will not have to pay us back in such cases.