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Missouri Pre Settlement Funding

Victims of harm are entitled to recovery for all their losses. However recovery vial the filing of a personal injury or civil bases lawsuit can take years to settle, resulting in individuals suffering egregious financial harm. All too often victims are not able to work and have mounting medical bills and debt which they cannot pay for leaving them with one of two bad choices, (1) Settle their cases prematurely and receive pennies on the dollar, (2) File for bankruptcy.

But there is another choice. Plaintiffs of active cases are able to receive an advance on their case. We are a pre-settlement advance company able to provide you with the cash you need so that you are able to stave off settling your case too early or going deeper into financial turmoil. If you need a lawsuit loan in Missouri, you have have the right funding company.

How We Can Help

We are able to rapidly get you the cash you need in less than 24 hours by implementing our three step qualification system.

Step Number One: Once you contact us we ask you brief questions regarding your case and then ask your attorney for a copy of your file.
Step Number Two: We review your file and determine whether you qualify for the advance amount you have requested.
Step Number Three: We send you the cash you need in under 24 hours.

Towns Cities and Communities We Serve

We are able to provide our funding and pre-settlement financing services across the state including the following communities.

  • Luis
  • Kansas City
  • Springfield
  • Independence and East Independence
  • Colombia
  • Lee’s Summit
  • O’Fallon
  • Joseph
  • Charles
  • Jefferson City
  • Lebanon
  • Chesterfield
  • Florissant
  • Maryland Heights
  • Liberty
  • Branson
  • Hannibal
  • Marshall

Cases We Can Fund

We are able to fund many different types of personal injury and civil lawsuits. Some of the most common include the following.

  • Car Accidents including Uber and Lyft Passenger injuries
  • Truck and 18-wheeler big rig crashes
  • Boating accidents
  • Slip and Falls
  • Trip and Falls
  • Dog Bites
  • Animal Attacks
  • Workplace injuries
  • Assault and battery claims
  • Police brutality and unlawful arrest cases
  • Sexual abuse and molestation cases
  • Student injury claims
  • Defective products
  • Class action lawsuits and mass tort claim
  • Wrongful termination
  • Race based discrimination in the workplace
  • Sex and LGBT rights discrimination in the workplace
  • Age based discrimination
  • Traumatic brain injuries claims including NFL concussion lawsuits
  • Sports related injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Medical malpractice claims
  • Surgical error claims including cosmetic surgery mistakes
  • Failure to diagnose
  • Asbestos cancer lawsuit
  • Wrongful Death of a loved one and family member
  • Mesothelioma lawsuits
  • Toxic tort litigation
  • Premises liability lawsuits
  • Severe injuries
  • Industrial accidents
  • Public transportation passenger injuries including buses and trains

Money that Can be Borrowed For Your Case

One of the most common questions asked is the amount of money one can qualify for an advance on their active civil bases lawsuit. The amount of money you can receive is bases solely on the potential recovery you can receive on your cases. The value is predicated on several factors unique to every case. Some of the most important factors include the following.

  1. The level, degree and type of injuries and or damages you have suffered.
  2. The economic losses attached to those injuries; this can include all medical and hospitalization costs, costs of future medical and rehabilitation care, loss of income, and future loss of income.
  3. Availability of punitive damages: In many cases courts will award punitive damages when then at fault party acted intentionally to cause harm or acted in reckless indifference or disregard for the life and health of others.
  4. The insurance coverage available: For example no commercial vehicles on the state must carry a minimum insurance coverage of $25,000 per person and $50,000 per incident. Commercial vehicles must carry a higher policy.
  5. The percentage of fault attributed to the at fault party.

We are able to provide advances for as little as $500 dollars to as much as $100,000 dollars. If you have any question on how much you can qualify for please feel free to contact our offices.

7 Reasons Many Choose Us as Their Funding Partner

Below are just seven reasons why we can be the right choice for you.

  • We are always available for you; an emergency situation where you need cash right away can take place anytime. That is why for your convenience we are available 24 hours per day 7 days out of the week including nights and weekends.
  • Fast Cash: We can get you the cash you need in less than 24 hours.
  • Non-recourse guarantee: If you do not win your lawsuit you do not have to pay us back a single penny. Guaranteed.
  • No background checks: we perform any credit checks, arrest record searches, or employment searches. The qualification process is bases only on your current active case.
  • No upfront costs or fees guaranteed.
  • Low rates: As direct lenders we are able to get you the cash you need at some of the lowest and most competitive rates in the industry.
  • Our philosophy: Always treat clients with the respect and dignity they deserve. Treat them like your own kin.

Interesting Facts About Missouri

Jefferson City is the capital of Missouri. St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, and Columbia are all more populated and well known cities within the state. Missouri is bordered by eight other states, tied with its neighbor Tennessee for most states touched. Missouri is the place where three of the United States’ great rivers come together: the Mississippi River and the Missouri River meet at St. Louis, and the Mississippi and the Ohio Rivers come together farther north. In addition to the rivers, important early trade trails, including the Oregon Trail and Santa Fe Trail, began in Missouri before heading west. This prime location made Missouri a center of trade for the rapidly-growing United States during the days of Westward Expansion. For this reason, Missouri is sometimes called the Gateway to the West. Later, when car travel became popular, Route 66 travelled through Missouri on its way from Chicago to California, and Joplin, Missouri is mentioned by name in the R&B song “Get Your Kicks on Route 66.” Kansas City eventually became a railroad hub, adding another major transportation city into Missouri’s repertoire. It is still a major crossroads for rail freight. In recent decades, St. Louis and Kansas City, like many other cities in the Midwest, are struggling to adapt to the loss of industrial manufacturing jobs. Kansas City’s former status as a major meatpacking town has not entirely declined; it is still a major producer of beef and pork. Monsanto, a major agricultural genetics company, is based in Missouri. Missouri also has more lead mines than any other state. Lime and limestone are also major exports.

Archaeological digs have found evidence of humans living in Missouri for 7,000 years. Some earthwork mounds survive from the days of the indigenous cultures who originally lived in the state. The city of St. Louis was founded by French fur traders who traveled there from New Orleans in 1764. The city quickly became a major center of fur and agricultural trading on the river. During the Civil War, Confederate and Union supporters frequently fought in Missouri, although the state remained with the Union. After the war, steamboats became common sights and were used for both trading goods and entertaining people. Riverboat casinos can be found in Missouri and other states along the Mississippi River. Author Mark Twain was born and raised in Hannibal, Missouri, in which he set his novels, “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” and “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.” Visitors to Missouri can journey on a riverboat named after the author, or visit his birthplace, which has been converted into a museum. Branson, Missouri is also a major tourist destination, especially for visitors from other Midwestern states. Dolly Parton owns a dinner theatre, called the Dixie Stampede, in Branson. Many touring country music stars make stops in Branson, and there is also a wax museum, zipline and Duck tours, white water rafting opportunities, and a museum dedicated to the Titanic. Missouri has some of the loosest liquor laws in the United States; it is legal to drink alcohol in public in Missouri, one of the few places in America where this is true. Anheuser-Busch has its American headquarters in St. Louis. Missouri officially joined the United States as the 24th state in 1821. Missouri is a midwestern state with a humid climate. Cold, snowy winters and warm summers are common, and severe weather including thunderstorms and tornados occur frequently. Missouri is part of Tornado Alley, and some of the most destructive tornadoes in U.S. history have hit Missouri. One tornado demolished nearly a third of the town of Joplin in 2011.

St. Louis is known for the Gateway Arch, which can be seen from miles away and rises to a height of 630 feet. Visitors can ride to the top of the arch in a tram capsule, which takes about four minutes to reach the observation area. It is possible to see about thirty miles from the observation windows, allowing tourists to look out at the Mississippi River and the city of St. Louis. The Gateway Arch is the tallest arch in the world. Four million people visit the Gateway Arch every year. Construction of the Arch was completed in 1965. Former President Harry Truman was born in Missouri, and the University of Missouri’s mascot is named Truman in honor of him. Mizzou operates the only university-owned network television station in the nation; KOMU is an NBC affiliate run by the Missouri School of Journalism. It is also the first school of journalism in the world, founded in 1908. Although Missouri is not considered a Midwestern state, before the Civil War it was thought of as part of the South. Especially in the central part of the state, next to the Missouri River, large numbers of Southerners settled and the area came to be known as “Little Dixie.” Antebellum plantation homes can still be seen in some places throughout that region, and most of the African Americans who had lived there moved to other parts of the state to escape white supremacist violence during Reconstruction. Just over six million people live in Missouri. Descendants of the original French fur traders who first settled Missouri speak a creole dialect known as “Missouri French.” This unique language is in danger of disappearing, as only a few elderly people are still able to speak it fluently. The population center of the United States in located in Missouri, and the state’s population density is very close to the national average. Over half of the state’s African American population lives in St. Louis or its suburbs. One of those suburban areas, Ferguson, drew national attention in the aftermath of the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown by a police officer in 2014. The Ferguson protests sparked national discussion on the topics of racism, segregation, and the militarization of police. In the aftermath of the Ferguson protests, the U.S. Department of Justice agreed that police in Missouri in racial profiling and other illegal discriminatory practices, but Officer Darren Brown was not indicted for any criminal charges connected to the shooting.

Further Information

If you have any questions regarding whether you can qualify for a loan please feel free to contact our offices. We are available for you all day every day including nights weekends and all major national holidays.