Lawsuit Loans New Mexico
Victims of harm due to the negligent or wrongful acts of others have a right to seek compensation for their losses via the filing of a civil lawsuit. Many do in fact choose this option; however a lawsuit can be timely process taking months if not years to resolve. Unfortunately due to mounting bills and lost wages due to the inability to work many are not able to withstand the financial stresses placed on their lives until their claim settle. You are able to seek a pre-settlement payout on your cases but contact Zeus Legal Funding. If you are looking for hassle-free and fast lawsuit funding in New Mexico, please contact us for a free review of your case.
Who We Are
Zeus Legal Funding is a pre-settlement case cash advance company dedicated to providing lawsuit loans to people in New Mexico before their case has settled in the court of law. We offer the most streamlined qualification process so that you can get the cash you need in the quickest possible fashion. We serve customers from across New Mexico including the following cities and communities.
- Albuquerque and surrounding metropolitan communities
- Las Cruses
- Rio Rancho
- Santa Fe
- South Valley
What is the Process of Getting an Advance on My Cases
We use a simple three step process to get you the can you need as fast as possible.
Ste 1: You make contact with us and we ask you a few brief questions regarding your case including the attorney and or law firm that is presenting you in this matter. We ask your attorney for a copy of your file.
Step 2: We review your file and determine whether you qualify for the loan you requested. We make sure the review process takes no longer than 12 to 24 hours.
Step 3: We send you the cash you need no matter what time of day or night.
What is the Maximum Loan Amount I Can Borrow on My Case
The amount of money you are able to borrow is exclusively based on the potential settlement likely in your case. There are several factors which can play a significant role in determining the potential value of your case.
- Diagnosis of the injuries you have suffered
- Cost of medical treatment associated with the injuries you have suffered
- Cost if future medical and rehabilitation cases
- Whether punitive damages can be awarded to the plaintiff
- Availability of insurance coverage at the time of the accident
- The apportionment of fault attributed to the defendant
Most Common Injury Cases We Can Fund
We are able to provide funding in numerous personal injury cases. Some of the most common include the following.
- Auto accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- Truck and 18-wheeler big rig accidents
- Motorcycle rider injuries
- Premises liability claims
- Slip and Fall Accidents
- Trip and Falls
- Dog Bites
- Medical Malpractice
- Surgical Errors
- Burn injuries
- Recreational injuries
- Assault and Battery
- Sexual abuse and assault in schools
- Student Injuries
- Bus and public transportation related accidents
Other Case We Can Fund: Some of the other cases we are able to fund include the following. Note: This is only a partial list, if your case type is not on the list you may still be able to qualify by calling and telling us about your case.
- Toxic torts
- Elder Abuse and Nursing home injury and neglect claims
- Mesothelioma cancer and Asbestos claims
- Mass torts
- Defective products
- Defective medical devices
- Class action claims
- Workplace injury lawsuits
- Employment discrimination cases
- Wrongful termination of employee
- Races based discrimination
- Misclassification of employees
Why Others Have Chosen Us
There can be many options to choose from with respect to a pre-settlement cash company. We believe that we are the right choice for many such individuals. Below are 7 reasons that differentiate us from the rest.
- 24/7 Availability: An emergency situation where you need money in your pocket can take place at the most inopportune times. That is why for your convenience we will be available to assist you 24 hours per day 7 days a week including all major holidays. A crisis never sleeps so we don’t either.
- Fast Qualification process: We are able to review the file and get you the cash you need within 24 hours no matter what.
- Low Rates: As a direct lender we are able to set our own rates which means that we can match any other rates in the market.
- Non Recourse Advances: You do not have to pay us back a single penny if there is no successful resolution of your case.
- No background checks: The qualification and review process of your case is based solely on the value and viability of your lawsuit.
- No upfront costs or fees associated with out advances.
- The basic principle of our company: Treat every single client with the respect and dignity they deserve to ensure the highest level of customer satisfaction.
Interesting Facts About New Mexico
New Mexico is located in the Southwestern United States, but is classified as one of the Mountain States. Albuquerque, for example, has a higher elevation than Denver. The Sangre de Cristo mountain range is found within New Mexico, one of dozens of mountain ranges that exist within the state. These mountains form the southernmost part of the Rocky Mountains, and the landscape in this northern part of New Mexico is heavily forested, a beautiful contrast to the desert landscapes in other parts of the state. Wheeler Peak is the highest peak in New Mexico and reaches an elevation of 13,167 feet. Carlsbad Caverns National Park is located in New Mexico and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These caves are well known for their fascinating formations of stalactites. The Carlsbad Caverns were formed about 250 million years ago when New Mexico was covered by an ancient sea. Roswell is another famous tourist attraction in New Mexico. Many people believe that the town is the site of a U.F.O. crash in 1947. The city hosts the International U.F.O. Museum and hosts a U.F.O. Festival each year. New Mexico has its own unique cuisine, with significant Mediterranean influences and use of both red and green chiles in many dishes. The state also gave birth to a unique dialect: “New Mexican Spanish” contains words that are not used in any other Spanish-speaking country.
The climate of New Mexico is dry and hot in most of the state, although the upper elevations of New Mexico’s mountain ranges experience an alpine climate of cooler temperatures and increased snowfall. New Mexico’s Eastern Plains also receive more precipitation than the rest of the state, and extreme weather events like hailstorms and tornadoes are much more common in the Plains. The White Sands National Monument is located in southern New Mexico. The park was officially dedicated in 1934, after activists had for years been discussing the possibility of creating a national park in the warmer climates of the Southwest, where visitors could enjoy the land even in the winter, when northern parks would be less habitable. The white sand dunes here are made of gypsum, and New Mexico’s dunes are the largest gypsum fields in the world. The unique nature of gypsum sand makes it possible to walk barefoot on the dunes even in the summer heat. People also sled and sandboard on the dunes. The National Monument is entirely surrounded by military bases, including the White Sands Missile Range. The park occasionally closes down for safety reasons during missile tests, and missiles have frequently landed on park property. The federal government, including the military, is a major employer in New Mexico, and a significant number of retired veterans have settled in the state. New Mexico is beginning to experiment with solar power, and some researchers believe that New Mexico alone could produce enough solar energy to power the entire nation if the state made a concentrated effort to do so. New Mexico is the home of Spaceport America, the nation’s first commercial spaceport. Tourists are allowed to visit the spaceport and there is a restaurant included in the complex. SpaceX, Virgin Galactic, and Google all use Spaceport America, but plans for human spaceflight launched from New Mexico has been delayed repeatedly for years. New Mexico is the only state other than Hawaii to have two official languages, making it a bilingual state. Schools must provide bilingual English and Spanish education in areas of the state where the majority of students speak Spanish, and laws are written in both English and Spanish. Spanish speakers can be called for jury duty equally with English speakers. New Mexico is also the first state to approve the use of textbooks written in the Navajo language. 64% of New Mexico’s population reports speaking English only.
New Mexico was the 47th state to be admitted to the Union, and became a state in January of 1912, only a month ahead of Arizona. New Mexico’s mountains and deserts lure in adventurous and outdoorsy tourists. The Boy Scouts of America run Philmont Scout Ranch in the mountains of New Mexico, providing an opportunity for hundreds of young people to complete hiking and rock climbing expeditions every summer. New Mexico has the largest percentage of Hispanic residents out of all of the fifty states. Nearly half of all New Mexicans identify as Hispanic. There is also a large population of Native Americans within the state, with the Navajo Nation bordering the land, although much of the reservation can be found in nearby Arizona. The Apache, Ute, and Pueblo tribes also have presence in New Mexico. The capital of New Mexico is Santa Fe. The city has a long-running art culture, with artists having been drawn to the city for over a hundred years. There are several museums and art displays within the city, and “Santa Fe style” architecture is a unique feature of the building there. Artist Georgia O’Keefe lived and worked in New Mexico. The Los Alamos National Laboratory was built in New Mexico during World War Two in order for the United States to develop the atomic bomb. The lab still exists today and conducts research in several fields related to national security. Thanks to Los Alamos and other federal research facilities in New Mexico, the state has more PhD graduates as a percentage of population than any other state. The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad operates in New Mexico and twenty-seven other states. It is one of the largest railroads in the country. Even before the existence of the railroad, the Santa Fe Trail was historically very important to the United States. Santa Fe was an established stop which allowed trade between Mexico and the eastern half of the United States. Albuquerque is the most populated city in New Mexico. One of the most popular attractions in Albuquerque is the hot air balloons. Every fall for nine days, Albuquerque hosts the largest hot air balloon festival in the world. Over five hundred different balloons, and participants can earn awards for various races and competitions, including design of balloon and navigation of obstacle courses.
If you have any further information or would like to start the qualification process for a cash advance on your lawsuit please feel free to contact our offices. We are always available for you 24 hours per day and seven days out of the week.