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Maryland Washington DC Lawsuit Funding

Every year thousands of individuals in the Maryland and the District of Columbia suffer severe damages including injuries are a result of the intentional or negligent actions of others. In many cases victims are place in serious economic and financial difficulty because of their inability to work, pay their bills or pay for mounting hospital and medical costs. What’s more many cases can take many months or years to settle. In those cases, residents of Maryland are advised to apply for pre settlement funding. Here is how we can help.

Cash Advance Company Here to Help

We are a lawsuit loan and cash advance company dedicated to providing cash in your pocket when you need it. Our goal is to get you as much cash as possible as quickly as possible so that your financial worries can be mitigate as much as possible. We are here to serve residence of Maryland and Washington DC including the following communities:

  • District of Columbia
  • Baltimore
  • Columbia
  • Germantown
  • Silver Spring
  • Waldorf
  • Ocean City – Salisbury
  • Bethesda
  • Hagerstown and West Maryland
  • Rockville

Personal Injury Cases We Fund

Our case funding company is able to provide funding on numerous types of personal injury cases. Some of the most common injury cases we provide pre-settlement funding include the following.

  • Car Accidents
  • Truck accidents including 18-wheeler big rig crashes
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
  • Slip and Falls
  • Premises liability claims
  • Dog Bites
  • Construction Accidents
  • Industrial accidents
  • Boating injuries
  • Trip and Falls
  • Toxic Torts
  • Brain Injuries
  • Broken limbs
  • NFL concussion claims
  • Police brutality
  • Acts of sexual violence
  • Student school accidents and injuries
  • Construction site accidents

Other cases we can fund

Apart from personal injury claim our funding company is able to fund many civil cases as well including the following.

  • Workers compensation benefit claim
  • Defective products
  • Defective medical devices
  • Defective pharmaceutical drugs
  • Risperdal gynecomastia claims
  • Wrongful termination claims
  • Employment discrimination lawsuits
  • Industrial Accidents

How Much Money Can Someone in Maryland Borrow?

We offer loans that range from as little as $250 to as much as $1000,000. The amount of money that can be borrowed before there is a settlement on your claim is solely on the potential settlement amount of your case. There are several factors which can play a significant role in determining the potential value of your case. A list and brief description of those factors is presented below.

  1. The severity of the injuries you suffered.
  2. The current and future medical costs associated with the treatment of your injuries.
  3. Any other damages suffered including loss of income, future loss of earnings capacity due to long term injuries or permanent disabilities.
  4. The insurance coverage available: In Maryland state required minimum policy limits are set at $30,000 per injured victim in an auto accident. However there are insurance policies which can be many times higher. For example commercial policy limits for trucks can be as much as Five million dollars. Premises liability claims would fall under wither a home owners insurance coverage or under the commercial properties insurance coverage. Those policies are usually relatively large.
  5. Availability for Punitive Damage Awards: Punitive damages are awarded to plaintiffs when the at fault party acted with malice intent to cause harm or reckless disregard for the life and health of the victim.
  6. Percentage of fault attributed to the at fault party.
  7. Whether you have received a cash advance on your case.
  8. The law firm or attorney that is providing you with representation on your case.

Is it a Good Idea to Borrow Money?

One of the most common questions we are asked revolves around whether victim of a personal injury case who has an active case should borrow money on their case. There are advantages and disadvantages to getting a cash advance on your case. A list of some of the pros and cons include the following.

Pros: You will be able to pay off your back due bills from the advance.
Pros: Your attorney will be able to prolong the case since you are in a financially more stable position thus increasing the leverage against the other side. This can result in a higher settlement of your case.
Cons: The interest rate on the money advanced can eat into the settlement you receive.
Cons: You may use the money irrationally resulting on more money that need to be borrowed on your case.

Why Many People in Maryland Choose Us

We understand that there may be many choices out there for your cash advance needs. We believe that we are the right choice for the residents of the state of Maryland and here is why.

  • Our dedication to our customers: Our dedicated and hands on approach means that you are able to reach out to us 24 hours per day 7 days a week. We area able to answer all your questions and provide you with funding on weekends and all major holidays.
  • Easy Three Step Method to Getting Funding: We offer a streamlined process to getting funded in as little as 24 hours. Step One: You contact us and we ask you some brief questions about your case. Step Two: We contact your attorney and get a copy of your file for review. Step Three: We qualify your advance and send you the cash as soon as possible.
  • Non Recourse Advance: We have a NON WIN NO RECOURSE Guarantee on each and every advance we provide our customers. This means that if you do not win your case you do not owe us a single penny.
  • Lowe Rates: We offer Maryland residents some of the most competitive rates. To find our more on our rates please feel free to contact us any time.

Interesting Info About Maryland

Maryland is located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, sharing a border with Delaware, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Although it is relatively small in size, the state is home to a little more than six million people, making it the 19th most populated state in America. Baltimore is the largest and most well known city there, but the state capital is actually Annapolis. Both cities are located on the water which brings Maryland its fame. The state is known as a great place to find seafood pulled from the Chesapeake Bay or the Atlantic Ocean. Its blue crabs are well known all across the United States, whether topped with Old Bay seasoning or made into “Maryland style” crab cakes. And, of course, there’s fishing. Ocean City is a popular family vacation spot that fills with tourists every summer – it’s also known as the “White Marlin Capital of the World.”

Maryland’s median household income is the highest in the nation, at $72,483. The state also has the most millionaires per capita. The state’s poverty rate is also the lowest in the nation. Despite all this, there are pockets of extreme poverty in the state, especially in inner city Baltimore and in rural areas. This general income inequality is jarring. Maryland has a very culturally diverse population, with many recent immigrants from Central American and African nations. The state has recently created a growing industry of biotechnology and medical research. Over four hundred companies of varying size do work of this type in the state, and many local high schools and colleges have partnerships with companies allowing them to provide internships and relevant work and research opportunities to degree seekers. The National Institutes of Health are based in Maryland. Engineering is another highly educated career field that does well in this state. Since the 1980s, the city of Baltimore has been trying to redefine itself as a tourist destination. The Inner Harbor, once a port of entry for immigrants coming into the United States, is now a tourist district with restaurants, shops, and the stadiums for both the Baltimore Orioles and the Baltimore Ravens. The Baltimore World Trade Center allows visitors to take an elevator to an observation deck on the 27th Floor. The National Aquarium, Maryland Science Center, and Port Discovery Children’s Museum are all located in the Inner Harbor neighborhood. The Chesapeake Bay Bridge links Maryland’s eastern shore to the rest of the state, and was built in 1952. Prior to the bridge’s completion, traveling to the Eastern Shore required driving up and over the bay through Cecil County, or taking a boat across. At the time of its construction, the 4.3 mile span was the longest continuous steel structure to cross over water. High winds frequently close the bridge for short periods during severe weather. The Chesapeake Bay Bridge is considered one of the most frightening bridges in the world because of its low guardrails and narrow spans.

Maryland experiences several kinds of severe weather events, including hurricanes, tornados, derechos and nor’easters, and earthquakes. The island of Ocean City was created when a hurricane split the inlet from nearby Assateague Island in 1933. Ocean City’s coastal communities are losing much of their shoreline to the continuing effects of climate change. The Chesapeake Bay also faces many environmental issues including sewage and runoff from cities and large farms, and the dwindling of fish, oyster, and blue crab populations because of loss of habitat and overfishing. The Chesapeake Bay Program has been working since the 1980s to help combat these problems.

Maryland is sometimes referred to as “America in Miniature” because the small state contains a little bit of every kind of Americana, from the Atlantic Ocean on the eastern border of the state to the mountains at the western edge. Large sections of the state are still comprised of rural lands, and chicken farms, dairies, and soybean fields are common. Maryland’s close proximity to the nation’s capital makes it the perfect home for dozens of government agencies, as well as diplomats from all over the world. The U.S. Naval Academy can also be found in this state. Both the federal government and private industry fund cutting edge research in labs that hug the beltway in the suburban counties. This melting pot of immigrants and visitors makes the cities of Maryland especially diverse. Prince George’s County, which lies on the border with Washington, D.C., is a point of pride within the state as it is recognized as being the wealthiest county in the United States with a majority of non-white residents. People there tend to be very hardworking and determined. You only need to look to the Rio Olympics for proof: several famous members of Team USA hail from Maryland, including gold medal winners Michael Phelps and Katie Ledecky. Marylanders play all kinds of sports: soccer, lacrosse, and basketball are particularly popular for students. The state sport, jousting, is rarely seen except at the state’s annual Renaissance Festival, but horseback riding and equestrian skills are still valued all over the state, and horses can be seen clip-clopping up and down not only rural trails, but also along county highways. The state sport isn’t the only place where it’s obvious that Marylanders take pride in their past; Maryland is home to a great deal of history. Civil War battles were fought there, at Antietam, also called Sharpsburg. Fort McHenry remains a prominent site just off Baltimore’s harbor, remembered as the place where the national anthem was penned. Other historic landmarks and trails are scattered all across Maryland, in cities like Baltimore as well as historic districts in smaller suburban towns, and even off the beaten path on the Eastern Shore of the state. The birthplaces of Frederic Douglas and Harriet Tubman can be found hidden among the farmlands in those quieter neighborhoods. There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor exploration in this state. The C&O canal has been turned into a beautiful trail for biking and walking, and sprawling state parks like Rock Creek offer easy daytime escapes for office workers in DC or its close suburbs. Maryland has always offered a unique blend of new and old, traditional and cutting edge, and the state will continue to maintain this careful balance deep into the 21st century.

How to Contact Us

If you are looking to apply for a lawsuit loan in Maryland or anywhere else, or if you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us. We are available 24 hours per day 7 days a week.