Minnesota Lawsuit Funding Company
Every year thousands are injured or suffer financial harm as a result of the negligent, illegal or wrongful acts of others. In many instances victims are left in great financial difficultly resulting from mounting hospital and medical bills, vehicle repair cost, and the inability t work. Worst yet cases may take many months if not years to resolve or come to a favorable settlement. We offer individual who need a helping hand with pre-settlement advance on their case. Our teams of specialists are able to quickly review your case and provide you with cash in your pocket in as little as 24hours.
How Much Can I Borrow
The amount of money you are able to borrow is sole bases on you case; it’s potential value, it viability (whether it will be successfully settled by your attorney). Our company is able to provide funding as little as $500 to as much as $1000,000.
There are several factors that can determine these two criteria. A brief description of the most important factors is provide for you below.
- The severity of type of injuries you have suffered. For example a case where an individual lost a limb will have a higher value in comparison to an individual that has soft tissue injuries.
- The medical costs associated with the injuries suffered.
- Future medical costs and disability.
- Whether there was lost time at work, lost wages or future loss if income.
- Availability of insurance coverage and if so the amount of coverage available.
- Degree or percentage of fault attributes to the at fault defendants.
- Availability of punitive damages: Punitive damages can be awarded if the at fault party acted with either the intent to cause harm or reckless indifference for the life and health of others. (i.e. acts of violence, sexual assault, drunk driving, hit and run accidents).
Types of Case We Fund
We can fund a multitude of differing personal injury, civil, employment and workers compensation cases across Minnesota. Below is a list of some of the cases we fund.
- Car Accidents
- Truck and 18-wheeler big rig accidents
- Motorcycle rider injuries
- Bus and Public transportation passenger injuries
- Defective products
- Mass torts and class action lawsuits
- Sexual assault and school injuries
- Dog bites and animal attack
- Police brutality claim
- Workers compensation benefit claim
- Spinal cord injuries and brain injuries
- School student injuries
- Falling objects
- Premises liability claims
- Pedestrian injuries
- Bicycle accidents
- Slip and falls and trip and fall claims
- Unsafe drug claim
- Defective medical devices
- Wrongful termination
- Sex bases discrimination claim
If the type of case you have is not on the list please contact us and let us know about your case. We may be able to help.
Is it a Good Idea to Borrow Money On my Case
Before you accept a cash advance you should always weigh its pros and cons. Below is a list of some advantages and disadvantages to borrowing on your case before there is a settlement.
Pros – you will be able to pay off the debts that have been incurred including hospital bills, car bills and more.
Pros – the financial relief will place your case in a strategically beneficial position allowing your attorney for hold off on settlement negotiations and force the hand of the other party.
Cons: Interest rates can eat into the settlement you can receive.
Cons: You can spend the money on unnecessary items sending you back into financial difficulty.
Why Others Have Chosen Us as Their Funding Partner
There are many choices out there for your funding and borrowing needs. We believe we can offer you the best choice and here is why…
- 100% Non Recourse Advance: You do not have to pay us a single penny until your case settles. If there is no settlement then you do not owe us.
- No upfront costs and fees.
- No background checks, credit report checks, and no need to show us your employment history.
- We offer some of the lowest rated in the industry.
- We offer advances up to $1000,000.00.
Cities in Minnesota We Can Provide Our Services
As an online based company we offer our services across the state including the cities of communities of…
- Coon Rapids
- Maple Grove
- Brooklyn Park
How it Works
There are three simple steps to getting the funding you need in as little as 24 hours.
Step 1: Contact us by phone or online. We will ask you several questions about your case and will make contact with your attorney and have them send over a copy of their file.
Step 2: Once we receive your file we will review your file and determine the amount of cash we are able to advance you.
Step 3: We will send you the cash within 24 hours.
Notable Facts About Minnesota
Minnesota is known as the “Land of Ten Thousand Lakes.” The state is located in the northern midwest. It’s capital is Saint Paul, and its largest city is Minneapolis. In truth, the two are usually considered to be one metropolitan area, known as Minneapolis-Saint Paul or the Twin Cities. Minneapolis is a hub of fine arts and culture. Within the United States, only New York City has more theatre seats per capita. The city also hosts one of the largest performing arts festivals in the nation. Almost 5.5 million people live in Minnesota. Famous musician Bob Dylan was born in Minnesota, and the Peanuts comic strip was created by Minnesota native Charles Schulz. The television show “How I Met Your Mother” includes character Marshall frequently waxing rhapsodic about his love for his home state of Minnesota. Religiously, Minnesotans identify strongly with the Lutheran faith that was passed down from their early ancestors. More recent waves of immigrants from Asian and African nations are making the city of Minneapolis somewhat more diverse, and dozens of mosques have sprung up in the city. Minnesotans have a very unique accent, with extremely long vowel pronunciations. Linguists explain that the Minnesota way of talking can be traced back to the Swedes, Germans, Norwegians, and Finns who first settled the state. Logging, mining, and farming brought most of these early residents to the state. Minnesota produces a significant majority of America’s iron ore. The pioneer lifestyle of these settlers is famously depicted in the television show “Little House on the Prairie.” Another pastime of these early residents of Minnesota was ice fishing, which is still popular today. Other winter sports that prevail on or near Minnesota’s many frozen lakes are hockey, curling, and broomball. Bandy, a popular winter sport in Europe, is only played in one U.S. state: Minnesota.
These days, the Twin Cities are home to several technology companies, which grew in the wake of World War 2 along with the post-war expansion of suburbia. Minnesota’s standard of living is very high, and it ranks well on lists of education and wealth among the United States. Minnesota has also been rated multiple times at the healthiest state in America. Minnesota is the home of the first charter school in the United States, and generally performs well on measures of educational quality. Target, 3M, and General Mills have their headquarters in Minnesota, along with dozens of other major companies. The Mayo Clinic, which consistently produces world class medical research, was founded in Rochester, Minnesota. Minnesota was the first state to require its drivers to use ethanol fuel in their cars, in 2006. The state also produces a significant amount of wind power. Minnesota has the highest voter turnout of all the states in the nation, with nearly 80% of eligible voters casting a ballot in the last presidential election. Minnesota is somewhat unique in the sports world, in that Minneapolis hosts as many professional league teams for women as it does for men. The NFL’s Viking and the MLB’s Twins are well-known men’s teams, but women play professionally in basketball, soccer, football, and hockey. The Minnesota Lynx won the WNBA Championships in 2011, 2013, and 2015. Minnesota is the northernmost of the contiguous 48 states. Some of the oldest rocks ever found, dating back to the formation of the Earth, have been discovered in Minnesota. Winters in Minnesota tend to be very cold, and blizzards are common. Violent thunderstorms, hail, tornadoes, and windstorms are often recorded in the summers. Minnesota is located on the northern edge of the “Tornado Alley” that defines much of the central United States.
The Northeast part of Minnesota is bordered by Lake Superior, placing the state in the Great Lakes region. Lake Superior is the largest of the Great Lakes. Minnesota also borders Canada. Its Northwest Angle region, which juts up into Canada, makes Minnesota the northernmost of the contiguous 48 states. The Red Lake Indian Reservation takes up the majority of the Angle’s land. At last count, 119 people lived in the Northwest Angle. Michigan is home to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, a protected area of over a million acres containing forests, lakes, and rivers. As its name suggest, the preserve is popular with canoers and backcountry campers. There are regulations restricting motor vehicles from driving in most areas of the park, and the use of motorized watercraft and snowmobiles is also heavily limited. Aircraft cannot fly below 4,000 feet in the airspace around the park thanks to a protective order signed by President Truman in 1949, which is still in effect. The park is visited by a quarter million people each year, making it one of the most popular wilderness destinations in the country. Partially thanks to the state’s efforts to preserve and rebuild some of the ecosystems that had been destroyed by logging and mining in previous centuries, Minnesota is now home to the largest population of timber wolves and bald eagles outside of Alaska. Although logging still takes place in Minnesota, efforts are now made to reseed the cut forests. The Mall of America, the nation’s largest shopping mall, is located in Bloomington, Minnesota. The four story mall contains an amusement park, formerly called Camp Snoopy and rebranded in 2005 to become Nickelodeon Universe. The mall also hosts an aquarium along with dozens of restaurants and hundreds of stores. The Star Trek Exhibition featured inside the mall holds one of the largest collections of Star Trek memorabilia available for public viewing. Most visitors to the mall live in Minnesota or nearby Midwestern states. The mall was built on the site of the stadium where the Minnesota Vikings and Minnesota Twins used to play. A plaque sits on the location of the former home plate. The very first shopping mall in the United States can also be found in Minnesota. The Southdale Center opened in 1956. KSTP, Minnesota’s local television station, was the first station to broadcast in the Upper Midwest. Minnesota Public Radio has the largest audience of any regional public radio station in the country.
If you have any further questions regarding getting the advance you need please feel free to contact our offices. We are available for you 24 hours per day 7 days out of the week.