Pennsylvania Philadelphia Pittsburgh Lawsuit Loans
What happens when you or a family member suffers a severe injury as a result of the intentional or wrongful conduct of another individual? Victims have a right to seek full and just compensation for all damages suffered via the filing of a personal injury civil lawsuit. However settlement of a personal injury lawsuit can take months or even years. This can result victims falling into deep economic and financial turmoil because of their inability to work because of their injuries, and mounting hospital and credit card bills. Victims in need cash to be able to maintain their financial well being or in times of emergency are able to receive an advance on their case. Residents of Pennsylvania who have been injured in an accident and need a lawsuit loan are advised to contact our offices for a free consultation.
What We Do: Pre-settlement Cash Advance
We are a case cash advance company dedicated to providing residents of Pennsylvania with the lawsuit cash advance they need. We are able to get you the cash you need in as little as 24 hours from the time you make first contact by using our streamlined three step process.
Step One: You contact us and ask you some brief questions pertaining to your case. We then ask your attorney for a copy your file.
Step Two: Once we receive a copy of your file our team of appraisers will fully evaluated the potential viability and value of your claim and qualify your advance request.
Step Three: We send you the cash you need in a timely process.
Cities and Communities We Serve
We are able to provide lawsuit funding to clients with active lawsuits across the commonwealth including the following:
- Philadelphia and surrounding metropolitan communities
- Harrisburg – Hershey
- Pittsburg and Western Pennsylvania region
- New Castle
- State College
Types of Personal Injury Cases We Are Able to Fund in Pennsylvania
Below is a list of some of the injury lawsuits we are able to fund.
- Auto accidents
- Lyft and Uber Passenger and Driver injuries
- Truck accidents
- SUV Rollover claims
- Defective motor vehicles lawsuits
- Defective airbag lawsuits
- Defective medical devices and surgical device
- Defective machinery
- Construction site accidents
- Industrial accidents
- Mass tort lawsuit
- Class action claims
- Slip and Fall Accidents
- Trip and Fall Accidents
- Premises liability lawsuit
- Dog Bite lawsuit
- Sexual Assault and violence
- Wrongful death lawsuits
Other Types of Case We Are Able to Fund
Below are some of the other personal injury lawsuits that we can fund. If your case does not appear here, please contact us and we will see if we can help you.
- Civil rights claims
- Wrongful termination
- Police brutality
- Sexual harassment in the workplace
- Sex based discrimination
- Race bases discrimination in the workplace
- Disqualification of employee claims
Dollar Amount that Can Be Borrowed in Pennsylvania
We are able to provide cash advances from as little as $500 dollars to as much as $100,000 dollars. The amount you are able to be qualified for is dependent solely on the potential value and viability of your case. There are several important factors which can play a past in determining this. A list and brief description of some of the most significant factors is provided for here.
- The type and extent of the injuries you have suffered due to the incident.
- Whether the act was intentional or reckless in conduct: Victims of intention crimes or reckless conduct resulting in harm are entitled to punitive damage awards. Punitive damages can be as much as 10 times as much as actual damages.
- Other economic damages suffered – victim often loose time off work or are unable to work in the dame profession as a result of the damages suffered.
- The available insurance coverage of the at fault party and whether victim carries excess insurance coverage.
- The percentage of fault attributed to the at fault party.
- The law firm or attorney representing you in the case.
Notable Facts About Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania is part of the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, and is home to both rural areas and large cities like Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania is home to a large Amish population, and it’s not uncommon to see horses and buggies traveling along the side of major roadways while traveling through the state. Many of these Amish families speak a dialect known as Pennsylvania German, a unique language not heard in the rest of the United States. Amish markets scattered throughout the state draw plenty of tourists who come specifically looking for well-crafted furniture. Farms and dairies are a common sight in Pennsylvania, and agriculture is a significant contributor to the state’s economy, celebrated every year at the Pennsylvania Farm Show. Pennsylvania produces more mushrooms for sale than any other state. The capital of Pennsylvania is Harrisburg, located along the banks of the Susquehanna River. Pennsylvania is a hub of urban manufacturing, with the city of Pittsburgh especially well known for its part in producing steel for use throughout the United States. Bethlehem Steel, one of the largest steel producers in the world, was founded in Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh too, is known for having a local dialect unlikely to be heard elsewhere. Nearly 13 million people make their home in Pennsylvania.
As one of the thirteen original American colonies, Pennsylvania has a storied history. Philadelphia served as the capital of the United States for a time, and is the city where the Constitution was drafted and signed. The Liberty Bell is located in that same city, and was once rung at the beginning of legislative meetings. Valley Forge, where George Washington and his army famously spent a miserable winter during the Revolutionary War, is also located in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania was also the site of the Battle of Gettysburg in the Civil War. Gettysburg, where President Abraham Lincoln gave his famous address, was one of the bloodiest battles of the war and turned the tide in favor of the Union army. The battlefield has been preserved for tourists to respectfully visit, and a visitor’s center on the grounds serves as a museum showcasing Civil War memorabilia and a newly restored cyclorama depicting the battle. The oldest zoo in the United States can be found in Philadelphia, and there are dozens of amusement parks of varying sizes scattered throughout the state. Pennsylvania is also the home of the Hershey chocolate company, which is also the name of the company town it founded there. Hershey also runs an amusement park in the town and offers tours of its chocolate factory. Several large snack food companies in addition to Hershey’s are also based in Pennsylvania, including Utz, Snyder’s, and Wise. The pretzel was invented in Pennsylvania, and the widespread mall-based pretzel chain Auntie Anne’s was also started here. The Penn State Nittany Lions have fans throughout the state, and both college and high school football are very popular – enough that local news stations set aside as much as half of their Friday night broadcasts to discuss the sport.
Pennsylvania also hosts multiple major league teams in baseball, football, and hockey. Hunting is also incredibly popular in Pennsylvania, with many local school districts opting to close on the first day of hunting season in order to allow their students and employees to go hunting with their families. With all of these people coming and going, it’s no surprise that both the Pennsylvania Turnpike and the Pennsylvania Railroad served as models to the rest of the United States of new forms and methods of transportation. The Pennsylvania Turnpike was first constructed in the 1930s in order to make it easier for residents of the state and motorists driving through it to cross through the Appalachian mountains. There are also several major airports within the state.
Urban Exploration is a popular hobby in Pennsylvania, with many old and abandoned places worth discovering in the state. Pennsylvania is the home of Centralia, a town that has been declared unlivable because of a coal mine fire that has been continuously burning underground since 1962. Despite evacuation orders, ten people still lived in the town as of 2010. In 2013, the state agreed to let these residents live out their lives in Centralia, after which their properties will be purchased under eminent domain and condemned along with the rest of the town. Toxic gases from the mine fire pollute the entire town. Centralia was used as inspiration for the Silent Hill video games. The Sideling Hill tunnel begins a thirteen mile stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike that was abandoned when a new bypass was constructed in 1968. These days, no cars are allowed on the Abandoned Turnpike, but bicyclists and pedestrians are free to explore most of the area at their own risk. The Sideling Hill tunnel stretches for over a mile in the dark, leading to many stories about the tunnel and the turnpike being haunted. Bikers traveling through the area are required to wear lighted helmets. The movie adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s post-apocalyptic novel “The Road” was filmed on stretches of the Abandoned Turnpike. Pennsylvania has four seasons and is generally humid with significant precipitation that falls in the form of both rain and snow. Some areas of the state can receive over a hundred inches of snow in a year, especially in the northern part of Pennsylvania where lake effect snow is created near Lake Erie. Pennsylvania’s mountainous areas are home to several ski resorts that attract winter sports aficionados from the entire Mid-Atlantic region. Fishing is also a popular pastime throughout the state, with families taking boats out onto the Susquehanna, Schuylkill, and other major rivers. Fly fishing competitions are held in the state all through the summer.
Pennsylvania is named after William Penn, a Quaker who founded the state and planned the city of Philadelphia. Pennsylvania was founded with the idea of religious freedom, a concept which was later adopted into the United States Constitution. The first college founded in the United States after its independence from Great Britain was Dickinson College in Carlisle. The school is still there today and educates just under 2,500 students each year. Pennsylvania is also the home of the first pharmacy school in America.
7 Reasons People in Pennsylvania Choose Us
There are many case cash advance companies you can select from. We believe we can be the right choice for you because of our dedication to client services. Below is a list of reasons why we believe we are the right choice for you.
- No Win No Recourse Advances: You do not have to pay us a single penny unless there is successful resolution of your case.
- No Upfront Fees and Costs: You do not have to pay out of pocket for any fees and costs associated with getting the advance you need.
- Competitive Financing Rates: As a direct lender we are able to offer some of the lowest rates in the industry. We will match any rate from any cash advance company in the industry.
- Availability: An emergency situation where you need cash immediately can take place any time. That is why we are available to service and qualify your loan request 24 hours per day 7 days a week. We are open on all major holidays as well.
- Fast Qualification Period: We are available to approve your advance request and send you the cash you need within 24 hours.
- No Background Checks: We do not use any background checks or employment or arrest histories to qualify your loan. Your loan request depends solely on your current lawsuit at hand.
- All typed of cases qualify: Unlike most other companies we are open to funding various types of civil cases.
If you are in Pennsylvania (or anywhere else in the country) and you would like a free consultation, or if you would like to apply for a lawsuit loan, please feel free to contact us. We are always available for you any time of day. Our representatives are friendly and they will be happy to assist you.