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Oklahoma Lawsuit Loan Company

Every year thousands of individuals across Oklahoma suffer from serious injuries caused by negligence or intentional conduct of motorist, property owners and managers, and corporations. Victims have the tight to seek out compensation for their injuries vial the filing of a civil bases lawsuit. However lawsuit can take many months if not year to settle leaving individuals in serious economic hardship because of their inability to return to work, mounting debt, mortgage payments and hospital costs. However, there is a way out; you may be able to qualify for a pre-settlement advance on your case.

Zeus Legal Funding Here to Help

We are a pre-settlement case cash advance company dedicated to providing victims of harm with active civil claims or lawsuit with the cash they need. If you have any further question after reading this article please feel free to contact our offices. We are available 24 hours per day 7 days a week.

Cities and Communities in Oklahoma We Serve

As a predominantly online based cash advance company are able to serve customers from across the state including the following communities:

  • Oklahoma City
  • Tulsa
  • Norman
  • Broken Arrow
  • Lawton
  • Edmonton
  • Moore
  • Midwest City
  • Stillwater
  • Enid

Types of Case We Fund

We are able to fund a wide range of different personal injury and civil bases lawsuits including the following.

  • Car Accidents
  • Truck and 18-wheelr big rig crashes
  • Motorcycle rider injuries
  • Pedestrian and bicycle cashes
  • Mass torts
  • Uber, Lyft and Taxi Accidents
  • Class Action Lawsuits
  • Elder abuse and nursing home injury claims
  • Defective drugs and pharmaceutical products
  • Defective vehicles and vehicle parts including Takada Airbag defect claims
  • Dog Bite lawsuits
  • Slip and Fall Accidents
  • Trip and Fall Accidents
  • Wrongful Death of a loved one or family member
  • Wrongful termination claims
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Failure to diagnose
  • Asbestos cancer and mesothelioma claims
  • Police brutality
  • Sexual abuse and molestation
  • Student injuries and abuse claims
  • Construction accidents
  • Industrial accidents
  • Toxic tort
  • Oil Rig and drilling accident
  • Fracking accidents and workplace employee injuries
  • Railroad and railway accidents
  • Shipping and boating accidents
  • Drowning and other child injuries

Steps to Get Funded in As Little as 24 Hours

We have employed a three step system designed to streamline the process so that you can get the cash you need in as little time as possible.

Step One: You make contact with us and we will ask you a few questions regarding your case including the type of case you have and information of your current attorney

Step Two: We make contact with your attorney and ask him for a copy of your file. We then review your file and qualify you for your loan request.

Step Three: We send you the case you need within 24 hours.

How Much Can I Borrow on my Case

The amount of money which can be funded is bases solely on the potential value and viability your claim. There are several significant factors which play an important part in determining this.

  1. The seriousness of the injuries you suffered from the incident.
  2. The total medical treatment and rehabilitation costs associated with the injuries suffered.
  3. Other economic damages including lost wages and future loss of income.
  4. Punitive damage assessment: In cases where the at fault party acted with the intent to cause harm or acted with reckless indifference for the life and health of others.
  5. The availability of insurance coverage: In Oklahoma motorists must carry insurance policy coverage of $25,000 per injured individual. Trucks and other commercial vehicles carry larger policies, often in excess of a Million dollars. Corporations have large assets that can be used as compensation.

Why Choose us As Your Lending and Cash Advance Partner

There are many choices out there. We can be the right choice for you and here is seven reasons why:

Reason Number One: We can get you the cash you need in under 24 hours. An emergency situation where you need cash right away can happen anytime. That is why we have instituted a streamlined qualification process so that we can get you the cash you need as soon as possible.

Reason Number Two: Available all the time. We are available to help you 24 hours per day 7 days a week including weekends and holidays no matter what.

Reason Number Three: Non Recourse Advance. If you do not win your case you will not have to pay back the money we have advanced you. Guaranteed.

Reason Number Four: We offer some of the lowest and most competitive rates in the industry because we are a direct funder.

Reason Number Five: No background checks needed. The amount or money we are able to advance is predicated solely on your current active case.

Reason Number Six: Zero upfront cost to getting an advance. You do not have to pay any upfront costs of fees to be able to get an advance on your case

Reason Number Seven: Our philosophy, “make sure to treat each and every customer with the utmost level or care and respect deserved and make sure they get the money they need as soon as possible.”

Notable Facts About Oklahoma

Oklahoma is one of the most ecologically diverse states in the country, with forests, grasslands, lakes, farms, and shrublands coexisting to provide homes for a wide range of diverse species, many of which are rarely or never found in other states. Oklahoma’s protected lands allow for the existence of some of the largest unbroken prairie dog colonies in the United States. The largest expanse of protected prairieland in the world, Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, is located in Oklahoma. The state is also home to the tallest hill in the world: Cavanal Hill, which reaches an elevation of 1,999 feet, exactly one foot too short to be classified as a mountain. Oklahoma lies in the middle of the hot and humid climate zones of the South and the drier deserts of the West. This makes for unpredictable weather and puts Oklahoma at risk for tornadoes. The National Storm Prediction Center and National Severe Storms Laboratory are both located in Oklahoma. Oklahoma City entered the news in 1995, when Timothy McVeigh bombed a federal building in what was at the time the most deadly terrorist attack ever recorded on American soil. Oklahoma once served as territory set aside by the government for Native Americans, and the Cherokee Nation still resides there. Cherokee is an official language in the parts of the state that belong to the Cherokee Nation. Bilingual signs and news publications written in both Cherokee and English can be found in many parts of Arizona, and Cherokee language immersion schools are beginning to make a comeback in order to help preserve the language and ensure that young children still have the opportunity to learn it. Previously called the “Indian Territory,” Oklahoma became an official state in 1907, and was among the last states to join the Union. Oklahoma’s land became home to many Native Americans of dozens of different tribes who were forcibly removed from other states in the early 19th century. Thirty-nine different federally recognized tribes have a presence in Oklahoma today. Nearly four million people live in Oklahoma, of which 8.6% identify as Native American. Oklahoma City is the capital and largest city in Oklahoma.

Thanks to its proximity to Texas, cattle drives, rodeos, and ranching are important to the state, both historically and in modern times. The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum is located in Oklahoma City and is home to tens of thousands of Western artifacts, including artwork and firearms. Like Texas, Oklahoma produces significant amounts of oil, and Tulsa was once known as an oil capital. Many of the nation’s largest oil companies are still based here. Oklahoma ranks third among states for output of natural gas. The American Airlines maintenance headquarters in Tulsa is the largest airplane maintenance facility in the world. Tires and air conditioners are also built in factories in Oklahoma. Oklahoma has a large and diverse arts culture, with top rated fine art and classical music festivals and award-winning art museums. Tulsa is also the home of one of the nation’s best ballet companies. Oklahoma is also the only state to have a musical named for it. The “Tulsa Sound,” a style of music that blends country, blues, and rock and roll, originated in Oklahoma. Eric Clapton was heavily influenced by Tulsa Sound and helped to popularize it in other states. Oklahoma is ranked first among states for quality and accessibility of preschool education, and a relatively high percentage of high school students graduate, making Oklahoma a leader in education. Oklahoma has only one professional sports team, the Oklahoma City Thunder of the NBA, but college sports are popular in the state. Oklahoma is home to four Division I schools.

Oklahoma lies at the center of several different American regions: the South, Southwest, and Midwest. Oklahoma’s culture is a unique combination of all of these regions, with its own history as an Indian Territory also contributing to the culture of the state. The overwhelming majority of Oklahoma’s city live in the metropolitan areas of Oklahoma City or Tulsa. Most registered voters in Oklahoma are Democrats, although the state also has a large number of Evangelical Christians, who tend to vote Republican. Partially due to their influence, Oklahoma is starting to shift toward voting for Republican candidates in presidential elections. Like many other states with arid desert climates, Oklahoma has relatively dry winters and wetter summers. The temperature can drop below zero degrees fahrenheit and climb above one hundred degrees fahrenheit in all parts of the state. During the Great Depression, Oklahoma farms were devastated by the Dust Bowl, and many families were forced to move away in search of better land. This period of time was the only point in Oklahoma’s history where the state’s population declined, and though the farms in the state never fully rebounded, new economic opportunities became available in the cities. Steinbeck’s novel “The Grapes of Wrath” is centered on the impact of the Dust Bowl on an Oklahoma family. After the Dust Bowl, Oklahoma created over two hundred manmade lakes throughout the state, the most in the nation. These lakes were meant to help replenish both water and soil in the state and help rebuild the agricultural industry. Oklahoma today is America’s fifth-largest producer of wheat. The state is also beginning to install wind farms in an effort to drive clean energy production. Oklahoma has an extremely low cost of living compared to most states. The longest drivable stretch of Route 66 winds its way through Oklahoma, and the historic road itself was planned in Tulsa. The first stretch of the Mother Road ran between Tulsa and Amarillo, Texas. More than 12,000 miles of highway run through Oklahoma, and the state is an important hub for truckers. The Tulsa Port of Catoosa, on the Arkansas River, is the farthest inland ocean-connected river port in America. Nearly three million tons of cargo are shipped through the port each year. Oklahoma has large numbers of people without health insurance, but is making an effort to provide better access to health care using both state and federal funds. The Oklahoma State University Medical Center at Tulsa is one of the largest teaching hospitals in the country. The Cancer Treatment Centers of America, also based in Tulsa, treats patients from the whole Southwest region.

Further Questions

If you have any further questions about our services or if you would like to get started with the funding process, please feel free to contact our offices. We are always available 24 hours per day 7 days a week.