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Virginia Lawsuit Loans

Victims of harm in the commonwealth of Virginia have the right to receive financial compensation for the damages suffered via the filing of a civil lawsuit. However, personal injury cases can take months or years to settle leaving victims in economically challenging situations. Many may not have the cash reserves in their savings to pay for their basic necessities, many others suffer emergency requiring immediate cash, while others are unable to work because of their injuries. For those people there is a way to get cash.

Lawsuit Pre-Settlement Funding Company Here for You

We are a funding company dedicated to providing our customers with the cash they need in their pockets as quickly as possible with the competitive rates. We have an advanced and highly streamlined system to guarantee the highest levels of customer ease and satisfaction during the qualification process. Here is how it works.

STEP ONE: You contact us online or by phone. One our account managers will contact you and ask you a brief set of questions. We then request a copy of your file from your attorney.

STEP TWO: Once we receive a copy of your file from your attorney our loan qualification specialist will implement a full review within 24 hours.

STEP THREE: As soon as we have approved you for your loan we make contact and send you the cash.

Cities and Communities in the Commonwealth We Serve

We are able to serve individuals seeking a cash advance across the state including the following..

  • Alexandria Arlington and northern Virginia vicinity
  • Richmond and Petersburg
  • Chesapeake Bay communities
  • Norfolk
  • Virginia Beach
  • Hampton
  • Newport News
  • Portsmouth
  • Charlottesville
  • Lynchburg
  • Roanoke
  • Suffolk
  • Blacksburg

Cases We Fund

Our funding company is able to provide cash advances on many different personal injury and civil cases. Below is a list of some of the cases we fund.

  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Big Rig Truck and 18-Wheeler accidents
  • Car Accidents
  • Uber Lyft and Rideshare Passenger and Driver injuries
  • Slip and Falls
  • Premises liability claims
  • Dog Bites
  • Acts of violence
  • Assault and Battery Claims
  • Police brutality claims
  • Mass transit accidents
  • Aviation related injuries
  • Injuries in the workplace
  • Workmans compensation benefit claims
  • Boating accidents
  • Cruise ship injuries and accidents
  • Mass Torts
  • Defective consumer products
  • Defective pharmaceutical products and medical devices
  • Class action lawsuits
  • Wrongful Death
  • Employment discrimination claims
  • Racial discrimination lawsuit
  • Wrongful termination lawsuits

How Much Money Can I Borrow on my Case

We are able advance from as little as $500 to $100,000. The amount of money you can borrow on your case is fully dependent the potential value and viability of your claim. The value of a lawsuit Is based on factors that are unique to every cases. Some of the most important factors in determining the value of a personal injury lawsuit include the following.

  1. The injuries you have suffered including their extent and severity.
  2. Other damages including loss of wages and future loss if income.
  3. Medical costs associated with the injuries.
  4. Availability for Punitive damages awards: Punitive damages can be awarded in cases where the defendant acted intentionally or in reckless disregard for human life.
  5. The percentage of fault that can be attributed to the parties involved in the incident.
  6. Availability of insurance coverage and the limits to the coverage’s.
  7. The attorney or law firm that is providing you with your legal representation in the matter.

Choosing the Right Funding Company

Before you take out a cash advance on your case there are two important decisions you need to analyze. (1) Should you take out a cash advance on your case, and (2) Which lending partner you should choose?

Advantage and disadvantages to taking out a cash advance

Before you take out an advance you need to go through its pros and cons and make sure this is the right choice to make. The main disadvantage is that once the case settles you will have to pay back not only the principle of the loan but also any accrued interest. The main advantage is that the many you get will help you financially survive until there is a successful resolution of your case; this can allow your attorney to have greater leverage with respect to your case since you will no longer be in a position where you need to settle out the case because of a need for the financial windfall.

Which Company you should choose

There are many companies offering individuals who have active personal injury claims with pre-settlement cash advances. We believe we can be the right choice for you because of the following reasons.

  • We offer around the clock services. You never know when an emergency situation may strike requiring you to have cash in your pocket immediately. That is why we offer services all day and night including weekends and major holiday.
  • No Win Non Recourse Advances: You will not have to pay us a single penny if there is no resolution of your case guaranteed.
  • No upfront costs of fees associated with advances provide to our customers.
  • Most competitive rates in the industry.
  • No background checks needed. The amount of money we provide you is solely based on the potential value and viability of your case.
  • Easy, fast and no hassle application process. We can get you the cash you need in 24 hours.

Interesting Info About Virginia

Virginia is the first state below the Mason Dixon line as you travel south down the east coast of the United States. The state takes great pride in its Southern heritage, and tries to display a “southern charm” to tourists passing through. Even the slogan on tourism board advertisements, “Virginia is for Lovers” sounds charming and quaint. The settlement at Jamestown in Virginia was one of the very first colonies established in America. At the time English settlers arrived, the Powhatan tribe was already living in Virginia. The story of Pocahontas, famously dramatized by Disney, happened in Virginia. For those interested in those long ago days, Colonial Williamsburg offers tourists a glimpse at the state’s historic past, with historians and actors dressing up in period clothing and demonstrating how people lived before and during the Revolutionary War in Virginia. Today, Virginia is a state that attempts to balance its history with growing modern industry. Especially in Northern Virginia, the region that borders Washington D.C., government contractors and large, well-funded swathes of suburbia reign. The Pentagon, headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency, is one of several federal buildings located in Northern Virginia. Arlington National Cemetery is also located in Virginia. Several of the wealthiest counties in America are concentrated in this region. The income inequality between the very rich of Northern Virginia and other parts of the state are sowing some division and causing political strife in Virginia, with some people going so far as to suggest that Northern Virginia should split from the rest of the state.

8.3 million people live in Virginia. Northern Virginia and the counties of suburban Washington D.C. are very culturally diverse and help give Virginia the largest Vietnamese population on the East Coast. The state also includes large Puerto Rican and Filipino populations. Virginia’s numerous Naval bases also draw in diverse mixes of people from all around the country. Virginia ranks in the top ten for education by several measures, including test scores and graduation rate. Thomas Jefferson helped found the public school system in Virginia, and founded the University of Virginia as well. Politically, Virginia is often in flux. The more populated and liberal cities tend to push the state toward voting Democratic, as it did when voting for Barack Obama in the two most recent presidential elections. However, there is a large Republican base in the states rural areas, and the majority of Virginia’s current Congressional delegates are Republican. The current Governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, is a Democrat. The Libertarian and Green Parties also have a presence in Virginia, although they have never come close to winning a major election at any level in the state. Virginia is considered a swing state in presidential elections. The first successful birth via in-vitro fertilization took place in Virginia. Virginia generally performs above average on statewide measures of health, and people in Virginia’s 8th Congressional District have the longest life expectancy in the nation. Virginia is home to 89 hospitals and one of the best ratios of primary care physicians to residents in the entire nation. Virginia is located on top of a seismic zone. It is not generally active, but a significant earthquake measuring 5.8 on the Richter Scale struck the state in 2011. The quake damaged the Washington Monument and was felt as far away as Canada and Florida. The Chesapeake Bay cuts through Virginia and divides the state’s Eastern Shore from the main body of land. The Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel connects the two parts of the state. Most of the rivers in Virginia flow into the Chesapeake Bay. Virginia’s mountain regions are home to both ski resorts and hot springs. Virginia’s unemployment rate is 4.8%, among the nation’s lowest. The state as a whole has a poverty rate of about ten percent. Virginia has the fastest internet speeds in America and is in the top three for fastest in the world. For much of the 21st century, the state’s main export has been computer chips.

In the early 2000s, technology companies surpassed agriculture as the main driver of Virginia’s economy, bringing a necessary workforce comprised of well-educated professionals into the state. Virginia is home to several top tier colleges and universities, including the University of Virginia, Virginia Tech, and the College of William and Mary. More American presidents were born in Virginia than in any other state. George Washington, our nation’s very first president, lived in Virginia, on his sprawling plantation at Mount Vernon. Another founding father, Thomas Jefferson, also called Virginia his home. His mansion at Monticello is admired for its unique architecture and draws thousands of visitors every year. Virginia is a coastal state, with water coming from both the Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay. The tourist destination of Virginia Beach is also the most populated city in the state. In addition to being a prime vacation spot, Virginia Beach is a next door neighbor of the Norfolk Naval Base, which adds to the population of the region. Virginia is known for its special ham, which is produced in Smithfield and protected by law. There is also a large number of vineyards within the state, which draw tourists to explore winemaking tours and tastings, and provide significant revenue. The Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts is the only national park in America that is specifically designed as an outdoor venue for performances of musical and theatre shows. Virginia has contributed greatly to bluegrass music in the United States. It also lists square dancing as its state dance, allowing residents of the state to celebrate these down-home musical traditions. When it comes to sports and media, there are no major markets within the state of Virginia, forcing residents to align themselves with nearby neighbors in Washington D.C. or North Carolina. Some Washington D.C. teams, including the NFL’s Washington Redskins, train in Virginia. Virginia also includes part of the Appalachian mountain chain. These Blue Ridge mountains are home to some mountain resorts for people to take wilderness vacations, and also house a relatively small coal mining industry.

Further Information

If you have any further questions or if you like to get started please feel free to contact us. We are available to assist you in any way we can 24 hours per day all day.