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Florida Lawsuit Funding

We are committed to providing the best and most affordable lawsuit loans in Florida. We understand your situation, and we are here to help. A personal injury can be devastating resulting in not only injuries but also financial damage emanating mounting medical bills, loss of income and damage to property. Lawsuit for recovery of your damages can take months or years to settle resulting in a progression of the economic damage forcing individuals to fall into severe debt and bankruptcy. But there is a way out. You are able to receive an advance on your case before there has been a settlement. We are a pre-settlement case cash advance company dedicated to providing victims of harm with the financial assistance they need before a settlement of their case. Below is important information regarding how the process of receiving an advance works and how you are able to qualify. If you have any further questions after reading this article please feel free to contact us. We are available 24/7 for your convenience.

How Does the Process Work – Getting Funded within 24 Hours

When there is an emergency you need money as soon as possible. Our goal is to get you the cash you need in the quickest and most effective way using our 3 step system.

Step Number One: We contact you and ask you some brief questions regarding your case in including the contact information of your attorney. We then ask your attorney for a copy of your file.

Step Number Two: We review your file including your medical treatment records, police report and insurance information and qualify you for your loan request. Our goal is to qualify your request within 24 hours.

Step Number Three: We send you the cash you need as soon as possible.

Qualification Needed to Borrow Money

Zeus Legal Funding is able to provide cash advances as little as $500 and as much as $100,000 dollars based on the potential value of your underlying case. All the lawsuit loans that we give are provided to you on a non-recourse basis. Many people would like to know how much they qualify for. The answer depends on your specific case. Some of the most important factors we analyze in determining your case value is provided for below. If you have any further questions regarding the dollar amount you are able to borrow from your case before it has settled please feel free to contact us.

  1. The specific diagnosis if the injuries you have suffered.
  2. The costs of medical care and treatment associated with those injuries.
  3. Loss in wages and future earnings as a result of your injuries.
  4. Imposition of punitive damages against the defendant: Punitive damages can be awarded when the at fault party acted intentionally to cause harm or behaved in a reckless manner resulting in the harm suffered.
  5. The monetary coverage of the defendant insurance policy.
  6. Whether there are other injured parties asserting a claim arising from the same incident.
  7. Whether you have received advances on your case in the past.

Cases We Fund

  • Auto Accidents
  • Premises liability claims
  • Workers Compensation
  • Nursing Home Abuse
  • Sexual Abuse in Schools and Clergy
  • Student injuries
  • Brain injuries including NFL Concussion claims
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Lyft Uber and Rideshare passengers and driver injuries
  • Assault and battery claim
  • Slip and Fall Accidents
  • Dog Bites
  • Alligator and other animal attacks
  • Commercial vehicle accidents
  • Mass torts
  • Mass casualty claims
  • Boating accidents
  • Incidents on Cruise ships
  • Hotel and motel liability claims
  • Class action lawsuits
  • Vehicle defect claims including airbag defect claims
  • Manufacturing defects
  • Wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of deceased family members
  • Industrial accidents
  • Construction site accident and serious injuries

Other non injury bases cases

Some other case where we can provide funding include the following.

  • Civil rights claims
  • Police brutality and false imprisonment claims
  • Sexual harassment
  • Wrongful qualification if employee claims
  • Wrongful termination
  • Failure to disclose
  • Hurricane and flooding damage claims
  • Insurance bad faith claims
  • Sex and race based discrimination claims

Cities and Communities Served in Florida

As an online based lawsuit funding company we are able to assist you no matter where you reside in Florida. Some of the cities and communities we provide our services include the following.

  • Miami Dade County and Fort Lauderdale
  • Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg
  • Orlando and Lakeland
  • Jacksonville
  • Ocala
  • Gainesville
  • Lake City
  • Pensacola Tallahassee and the rest of the Florida Panhandle
  • Daytona Beach, Port orange and the Palm Coast
  • West Palm Beach, and Palm beach gardens
  • Fort Myers, Cape Coral and Naples
  • Fort Pierce
  • Palm Bay and Melbourne
  • Key West
  • Deltona and Sanford

Notable Facts About Florida

Florida rests on the southern tip of the East Coast of the United States. The state is a well-established tourist destination, with millions of visitors bringing their families every year to Walt Disney World, or hordes of college students descending on the beaches for spring break. Not shockingly, tourism is one of Florida’s biggest industries. Last year, 105 million people visited Florida. There is plenty to do in or near Orlando, and many families find that the cultivated resorts of Disney World and Universal Studios are quite enough for them. But for those willing to travel a bit off the beaten path, other adventures can be found. You can visit Gatorland to celebrate one of the state’s most well known animals, or snorkel or dive off the Florida Keys. Fishing, boating, and water sports can be found in nearly every part of the state. The climate is warm and humid, and daily storms are common in the afternoon, especially in summer. The state is commonly at risk for hurricanes, since it is surrounded by water, both the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. The Everglades, at the southern tip, are a protected ecosystem where unique plants and animals, including alligators, crocodiles, and the endangered panther, live. Gators travel far north of the wetlands and are frequently seen in swimming pools or golf course water hazards all throughout the state. Flamingos are also a well known animal native to this state. Florida is the only state in America that has the proper climate for these birds. Dolphins also cavort in the waves off the coast.

Florida is the number one citrus growing state in the country. Oranges, tangerines, and grapefruits are produced in abundance there, and orange juice is the state’s official beverage. The state is also well known for key lime pie. In addition, the state is home to the Kennedy Space Center, from which NASA launches nearly all of its missions. The Space Shuttles and Apollo rockets were launched from Cape Canaveral. NASCAR racing is one of the most popular sports in Florida. The Daytona 500 kicks off the auto racing season every year. Golf is also extremely popular within the state. Florida is also the home of Major League Baseball’s Grapefruit League, which hosts spring training camps and preseason games for several teams. Jacksonville is the largest city in the United States by land area. It is the most populated city in Florida, although the Miami metropolitan area contains more people, if its suburbs are included in the population count. Miami has more Art Deco buildings than anywhere else in the world. With its capital as Tallahassee, the state’s total population is a little over twenty million people. Other major cities include Orlando, Tampa, and Fort Lauderdale. Florida has a large Cuban population, which is not surprising given the state’s close proximity to that island. There is also a significant Puerto Rican community, especially in Orlando.

Florida was the first of the continental United States to be settled by Europeans. Spanish conquistadors went there in 1513. Their first settlement, Saint Augustine, still exists today. As in other places where they landed, the Spanish settlers brought horses and cattle with them and planted a cowboy culture which still thrives today. Florida entered the modern American history books during the 2000 presidential election, which required a court order to determine the victor between George W. Bush and Al Gore. In the years since that heated contest, the state has grown much more likely to vote Republican, although it is still considered to be a swing state.

Florida is one of the most populated states in America, with over twenty million people living in it. It jockeys with Texas for the third most populate state and the most populated state in the South. Florida’s population numbers are difficult to accurately assess because of the number of people who live in the state for only part of each year, and the number of undocumented immigrants, who make up an estimated 5% of the numbers. Miami has the largest concentration of Spanish speakers outside of New York City, but the state as a whole is very linguistically diverse, with the public school system recording over two hundred languages other than English spoken by students at home. Florida has some of the most lax laws in the United States regarding homeschooling, and over fifty thousand children in the state are homeschooled. It has some of the lowest per-student spending in the country. Despite this, its annual test scores are above the national average. Former Governor Jeb Bush made education reform a priority in the state. The state is also slowly working to prioritize environmental conservation. It has made it a goal to increase recycling rates from 28% to 75% by the year 2020, set new laws requiring reduction in emissions and air pollution, and funded research into alternative fuels and clean energy. It currently uses more gasoline per year than all but two other states, which makes it even more important for the state to continue its experiments with offering ethanol gas and other cleaner fuel options. Florida’s low sea level makes it especially vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Floods and hurricanes frequently batter the state, and beach erosion washes away miles of shore each year. Forty percent of Florida’s beaches are actively threatened by coastal erosion and rising sea levels. Because of the number of hurricanes there, its home insurance rates are among the highest in America. The residents of the state have the highest credit card debt in the nation. Florida is also both a destination and a start point for many cruises leaving for the Caribbean. Miami’s port is the largest and most used passenger ship port in the world and has been the home for some of the world’s largest cruise ships from several major cruise lines for decades. Florida’s tourism industry is strongly influenced by the weather, and often takes years to recover after major hurricanes.

The Zeus Difference

Zeus Legal Funding is able to provide individuals in Florida who seek an advance on their case with the highest level of customer care. Our goal is to treat each and every single individual with the respect and dignity they deserve. Below are five reasons why you should choose us for your cash advance solution…

  • We are able to get you the cash you need in under 24 hours.
  • We are available for you any time you call – 24 hours per day 7 days out of the week.
  • We can provide you with up to $100,000 dollars in advances based on the potential value of your case.
  • We do not charge any upfront costs or fees.
  • We do not perform any credit or background checks. The qualification process is based solely on your case.
  • No Win Guarantee – if you do not win your case you will not have to pay us back a single penny. Guaranteed.

Further information

If you are in Florida and need a lawsuit loan, please contact us for a free consultation. We are always here for you whenever you need us. Please feel free to give us a call if you would like more information on how to obtain an advance on your case.