Michigan Lawsuit Case Cash Advance
Every year thousands of individuals in Michigan suffer injuries resulting from the negligent or intentionally harmful actions of others. Victims often suffer financial damage as well resulting from their inability to work and mounting hospital and medical bills. Unfortunately personal injury lawsuits for recovery your losses can take months if not years to settle resulting in compounding economic hardships that can take years to resolve. But there is help. You may qualify for a pre-settlement cash advance form us. Below is important information regarding how you can best apply so as to meet your financial responsibilities until your case has settled in court. If you have any further questions regarding cash advance settlement and loans on your case please feel free to contact our offices.
How Does the Lawsuit Funding Process Work
There are only three steps to getting funded in as little as 24 hours. Our company has instituted a streamlined and technology based algorithm which will expedite the process as much as possible so that you can get the cash you need as soon as possible. Here is our simple yet effective three step process.
Step One: You contact us by phone or online. We will then contact you and ask you some brief questions regarding your case. Afterwards we will request a copy of your file from your attorney.
Step Two: Once we have received a copy of your file we will use our sophisticated algorithm to determine the potential value and viability of your case and will present you with an offer of the amount you requested within 24 hours.
Step Three: We get you the cash you need.
Cities and Communities in Michigan we Serve
Below is a list of some of the communities in the states of Michigan we serve.
- Detroit metropolitan area
- An Arbor
- Grand Rapids
- Upper Peninsula
- Saginaw Bay City Midland region
- Port Huron and Marysville
- Muskegon and Norton Shores
Benefits of Getting Pre-Settlement Cash Advances
There are many benefits and draw back to getting funding before your case has settled in the court of law. Below are some of the pros and cons of of getting the funding.
Pros: The pros are that you are able to get your bills paid and be placed on a more stable financial footing until your cases settled.
Pros: Being on a stable financial footing will allow you and your attorney to concentrate on maximizing the potential value of your case. You will not be forced into settlement by the defense side because of financial concerns over the length of potential litigation process.
Cons: Interests rates that a funding company applies to the dollar amount you requested can eat into the compensation you received on behalf of your damages. The best way to mitigate this con is to find a lending company with the lowest rates possible.
Why Others Choose Us
There are many options you may have for your cash advance needs. We believed we can provide you with the right choice. Below is some reasons we believe we are the right choice for you.
- Fast and easy funding – we have the fasted and most advance funding system. Allowing individuals the ability to get the financing they need in as little as 24 hours.
- No upfront fees – we do not charge you a single penny upfront.
- No Win Non Recourse Guarantee – if you do not win your case you do not owe us a single penny guaranteed.
- Lower rates – we offer the lowest possible rates.
- No background checks – we do not perform any background checks, no employment records and no credit reports. Our ability to get you the funding you need is based solely on the value and viability of your case.
Determining the Amount We Are Able to Advance
We offer advances anywhere from $500 to $100,000. In order to determine the dollar amount we are able to finance is based on several significant factors germane to the case.
- The amount of bodily damage suffered by the individual requesting the advance.
- The dollar amount of hospital and medical records.
- The percentage of liability attributed to the at fault party.
- The availability of insurance coverage and if so the amount of coverage available. For example; commercial truck and fleet vans carry with them a commercial policy often in excess of a million dollars. While vehicles in Michigan can purchase insurance that have a $20,000.00 per person limit. Premises liability claims usually have a higher value because or the presence of commercial liability coverage or home owners’ coverage.
- The dollar amount of previous advances you have received on your case.
- The law firm and attorney that is representing on in your claim.
Case We Can Fund
There are many different types of cases we are able to fund from dog bites to commercial vehicle accidents. Below is a list of some of the most common cases we have been able to provide funding for.
- Motor Vehicle accidents – Truck accidents, motorcycle crashes
- Pedestrian injuries – bicycle accidents
- Dog Bites
- Defective drugs and unsafe drugs
- Product liability claims
- Industrial accidents
- Oil rig injuries
- Boating accidents
- Railway and railroad accidents
- Toxic substances
- Police brutality
- Sexual abuse
- School injury and school sexual abuse
- Manufacturing plant accidents
- UAW claims
Interesting Information About Michigan
Michigan is the only state in the United States to be formed by two separate peninsulas. The Straits of Mackinac separate the Upper Peninsula of Michigan from the Lower Peninsula. Mackinac Island, located in the middle of these Straits, is a popular tourist destination. The whole island is a state park and national historic landmark, and it can only be accessed by boat. Visitors take a ferry to the island to check out the unique history and nature that can be found there. Bats, birds, and small mammals have free reign of the island. Other popular tourist destinations in Michigan include Ann Arbor and Traverse City. Michigan touches four of the five Great Lakes, more than any other state. The capital of Michigan is Lansing, and its most populated city is Detroit. Almost half the residents of Michigan live in the Detroit Metropolitan Area.
Michigan was once the center of the car manufacturing industry in America. Despite the rapid and well-chronicled decline of Detroit, three major car companies still have their headquarters there. Michigan has recently been in the news because of large amounts of lead found in the water in the city of Flint. Like Detroit, Flint has been struggling to right its economy after years of decline and decay. As in many other cities of America, the cities in Detroit are struggling to contend with issues of structural racism and ineffective governments. The city of Detroit declared bankruptcy in 2013, the largest city in United States history to do so. Despite the difficulties, Detroit, and Michigan as a whole, are attempting to recruit young professionals into the state through tax incentives for both homeowners and businesses. A downtown resurgence is starting to be seen, and Michigan now leads the nation in job recovery rates. The once booming city has a lot to be proud of. Detroit is known as the birthplace of Motown. Blues, Rock, Roll, and Hip-Hop music all have a storied history in the city. Rapper Eminem hails from the city and a version of his story was depicted in the film “8 Mile.” Major sports teams in Michigan include the Detroit Lions, Detroit Tigers, and Detroit Red Wings. Michigan has recently become a home to a large population of immigrants, including many Muslims from countries such as Lebanon, Yemen, Syria, and Iraq. Michigan now has the largest concentration of Arab-American residents of any state in America. The population of Michigan is very close to ten million. French settlers first came to Michigan in the late 1600s, and began trading furs and lumber. Furniture production and mining of iron and copper are also important industries in Michigan. The state produces lots of different food products as well. Domino’s Pizza and Little Caesars were both founded in Michigan, as was Kellogg’s Cereal, which still has its headquarters in Battle Creek. Most of the land in Michigan is forest, allowing many residents and visitors to the state to enjoy hiking, hunting, and fishing. Michigan is also the third largest producer of Christmas trees in the United States. A surprisingly diverse range of crops grows in Michigan. Only California produces a larger variety of crops each year. In addition to soybeans, corn, and wheat, Michigan produces an abundance of fruit: more than any other state. Cherries, apples, grapes, peaches, and a variety of berries all grow in Michigan’s fields. Sausages and beer are commonly enjoyed in Michigan. Ball Park Franks and Hebrew National have their bases of operation in the state. The Detroit airport is a major hub for air travel and one of the most modern airports in America following its redesign in 2010.
In 1825, the Erie Canal was built, connecting the Great Lakes to New York City via the Hudson River. This new channel for trade suddenly opened up the state of Michigan, and it’s population began to quickly grow. Michigan was admitted to the Union in 1837, when it became the 26th State. The Upper Peninsula was added to Michigan’s land in exchange for a ceasefire in the state’s border war with Ohio. Shortly after gaining statehood, Detroit became a center of railroad traffic in the United States. Changes in transportation technology would again bring wealth to Detroit half a century later, when Henry Ford began mass producing automobiles in the city. Grand Rapids is the second largest city in Michigan. Like Detroit, it is a manufacturing hub, and is the home of GE Aviation Systems as well as some of the world’s leading furniture companies. Former President Gerald Ford was born in Grand Rapids and is buried there along with his wife, on the grounds of his presidential museum. Gerald Ford’s presidential library is also located in Michigan, in the city of Ann Arbor. The nation’s first hydro-electric generator was built in Grand Rapids, and Grand Rapids was the first city in the country to add fluoride to its water supply. The largest art exposition in the United States, Art Prize, takes place in Grand Rapids. The University of Michigan, located in Ann Arbor, is one of the United States’ most prominent research universities. Students at the university were among the first in the country to protest against the Vietnam War in the 1960s. Ann Arbor consistently makes it onto “Best Places to Live” lists, reflecting the city’s low crime rate and highly educated population. Michigan State University, located in East Lansing, has one of the largest student populations of any college in the country. Both of these top schools field teams in the Big Ten Conference. Michigan’s climate is very cold in the winters, especially in the Upper Peninsula. Many parts of Michigan experience average temperatures well below freezing in the winter months, and the entire state is subject to lake effect snow, which can dump over a hundred inches of snow a year in massive blizzards. Towns in the south part of Michigan are vulnerable to tornadoes, and are usually equipped with tornado sirens to help warn residents of approaching storms. Summer temperatures in Michigan are cooler than in most other Midwestern states.
If you need any further information about our lawsuit funding process or our services, please feel free to contact us.