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West Virginia Lawsuit Cash Advance

Auto accidents, injuries at works and industrial accidents result in harm thousands of victims each year. Such injuries can lead to individuals falling into severe financial issues. Victims often do not have the means to pay for their mounting medical and hospital bills and are not able to work because of their injuries. This forces the victim to either file for bankruptcy or attempt to settle out their claims against the at fault party. However there is another way. You are able to seek out a advance on your personal injury lawsuit before the case has settled in the court of law.

Zeus Funding – Case Cash Advance Company

We are dedicated to providing you with the financial help you need. We are able to provide victims with immediate cash within 24 hours. We have a streamlined three step process to get you the funding you need.

Step Number One: You make contact with us, and then we ask you some brief questions regarding your case and then ask your attorney for a copy of your file.

Step Number Two: Once we have received a copy of your file we will review it and qualify you for the amount you have requested.

Step Number Three: We send you the cash you need as fast as possible.

If you have any further questions on how our three step process works please feel free to contact our offices. We are always available 24 hours per day.

Civil and Personal Injury Case We Fund

Some of the most common civil and personal injury cases we fund include the following.

  • Auto accidents
  • Slip and Fall and trip and falls
  • Dog bites and animal attacks
  • Industrial accidents
  • Coal mining accident
  • Toxic chemical injuries
  • Environmental health injuries
  • Asbestos cancer and mesothelioma exposure lawsuits
  • Class action and mass tort claims
  • Big rig truck accidents
  • Workers compensation benefit claims
  • Amputation and brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Construction site accidents
  • Mining site accidents
  • Industrial and environmental runoff injuries
  • Railway accidents
  • Public Transport related accidents

Places in West Virginia We Can Serve

As a primarily online based enterprise we are able to provide our service across the state including the following communities.

  • Charleston
  • Huntington
  • Morgantown
  • Parkersburg
  • Wheeling
  • Fairmont
  • Beckley
  • Vienna
  • Albans
  • Clarksburg
  • Wierton
  • Oak Hill
  • Ranson
  • Nitro
  • Elkins
  • Point Pleasant
  • Martinsburg
  • South Charleston

How Much Money Can I Borrow on My Case

We are able to provide you with a wide range of cash options anywhere from as little as $500 dollars to as much as $1000,000 dollars. The amount of money you can receive as an advance is of course based on the potential value of your current active lawsuit. The value of a potential lawsuit settlement or jury verdict is predicated on several significant factors. Some of the most common include the following:

  1. The specific type of injury you suffered.
  2. The body parts that were injured.
  3. Future injuries and damages caused by exposure to the risk.
  4. Present and future medical bills and treatment costs.
  5. Present and future loss of income due to the injuries suffered.
  6. Availability for punitive damages: Punitive damages can we awarded by courts when the at fault party acts with the intent to cause harm or acts in reckless disregard for the life and health of others.
  7. Availability of insurance: For example in the state of West Virginia the minimum policy limits on a motorized vehicle is $20,000 per individual and $40,000 overall. However commercial policies offer much higher policy limits.

6 Reasons to Choose Us As Your Funding Company

There are many other options for you to choose from as a source of financial assistance in a time of need. If you have an active personal injury or civil based lawsuit we can be the right choice for you base on the reasons below:

  • We are available for you 24 hours per day 7 days out of the week. No matter what.
  • We can get you the cash you need in less than one day.
  • We have a non-recourse loan. This means that you do not have to pay us a single penny if your case does not settle in the court of law.
  • We have no upfront costs. This means that you do not have to pay us anything upfront in order to receive a lien.
  • We are customer service oriented: Our customer needs are always paramount. We live by the philosophy, “treat every client like they are your kin and give them the respect and attention they need no matter what”.
  • We do not conduct any background checks, credit checks, or employment records in order to provide you with the loan you have requested.

Interesting Info About West Virginia

West Virginia is unique in America as being the only state to create itself voluntarily by splitting off from another state. West Virginia was once a part of Virginia, but seceded in 1861 following disagreements over the course of the Civil War. West Virginia officially became a state two years later, in 1863, when it was formally admitted to the Union. Even today, West Virginia continues this trend of political opposition to neighboring Virginia. Just as most of the original residents of West Virginia supported the Union over the Southern Confederacy when the state was formed, West Virginia voters lean heavily democratic even in modern times. Many families in West Virginia live in crushing poverty, and the state is second only to Mississippi for lowest household income in the nation. There are fewer college graduates in West Virginia than in any other state. It is the only state to be completely enclosed within the Appalachian region. The population of West Virginia was 1.8 million people in 2015, with most of those residents living in Charleston, the state capital, or Huntington. West Virginia loses population every year as people, especially young people, move away from the state and don’t return. It’s also the only state in the United States where more people die each year than are born. With West Virginia consistently scoring at or near the bottom of nearly every possible measure of quality of life, this isn’t a huge surprise. After discovering that Huntington, West Virginia had the highest obesity rate in the United States, celebrity chef Jaime Oliver set up a television show to teach local residents how to cook healthier meals for themselves and their families.

West Virginia has a large and active coal mining industry, and coal miners from West Virginia have contributed to labor history at both a state and national level. The largest and longest lasting labor uprising ever to occur in the United States took place in West Virginia in 1921, at the Battle of Blair Mountain. The armed conflict between miners and police strikebreakers resulted in over one hundred deaths. Famous labor leader Mother Jones was instrumental in helping the miners to revolt. In recent years, some portions of West Virginia are attempting to convert from coal mining to more sustainable forms of energy production, including wind energy and solar power. Tourism contributes several million dollars a year to the economy of West Virginia. The mountains of West Virginia make the state ideal for weekend adventurers to go caving, hiking, and fishing. Winter resorts take advantage of the mountainous terrain to offer visitors the opportunity to ski and snowshoe during the colder months. The terrain of West Virginia is rugged and mountainous throughout, and relatively little of the state has been developed into urban cities. John Denver’s famous song “Take Me Home, Country Roads” pays homage to the unspoiled beauty of this state. This isolation is one of the reasons that poverty remains so entrenched in the state, but it also makes the residents of West Virginia proud of their unique culture. When President Lyndon Johnson declared his War on Poverty, he focused a great deal of attention on West Virginia, but many of the problems he saw then still exist today. Many West Virginians do not want others coming in to attempt to tell them how to fix their lives. Instead, they hold on to their traditions and pass them on to their children, for good or for ill. Writers and young professionals who grew up in West Virginia are now publishing books and starting to share their stories with people they meet in more privileged states, in an effort to reduce stereotypes and share a little bit of the reality of living in Appalachia. West Virginia folk music has a long and storied history, and some current and former residents of the West Virginia Appalachians are working to bring aspects of traditional mountain cuisine to other parts of America.

For half of the 19th century, West Virginia produced more salt than anywhere else in the world, in salt mines near Charleston. Several interstate highways run through West Virginia and carry significant trucking traffic through the state. The Wheeling Suspension Bridge, which runs over the Ohio River, is the oldest suspension bridge in the country that is still in active use for vehicle traffic. The bridge is a National Historic Landmark. The New River Gorge Bridge is another historic bridge in West Virginia and was the longest single span arch bridge in the world when it was constructed in 1977. The bridge is depicted on the West Virginia state quarter. Despite stereotypes that portray residents of West Virginia as uneducated, the state actually performs at or above the national average on measures of educational quality, including high school graduation rate. West Virginia is also home to several top tier colleges and universities. For much of West Virginia’s early history, Charleston and Wheeling went back and forth on which city would serve as state capital. Charleston has remained the capital consistently since 1885. The State Capitol Building was dedicated in 1932. Charleston has been undergoing a revitalization since the 1980s. The Charleston Town Center, built in 1983, was the largest downtown shopping mall east of the Mississippi River when it was built. In recent years, the mall has struggled to fill its stores, although more of Charleston’s downtown storefronts are gaining a new vibrant life. Charleston has also expanded and united its hospitals into the Charleston Area Medical Center, one of the nation’s best hospitals. The Capitol Theatre, West Virginia’s largest theatre, is located in Wheeling. Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, B.B. King, and Black Sabbath have all performed in the Capitol Theatre. West Virginia’s oldest theatre, the Victoria, is also located in Wheeling. Live musical performances draw thousands of tourists to the city’s waterfront in the summer. Wheeling has worked to cultivate a tourist-friendly atmosphere, with casinos, a revitalized Main Street, and West Virginia’s first skate park. Wheeling has served as the base of operations for West Virginia’s emerging fiberoptic broadband network. Huntington is another urban area is West Virginia that is experiencing economic growth. Huntington was first founded as a stopping point on the western end of the C&O Railroad, and is now a technical, medical, and biotechnology hub for the state. The city is the home of Marshall University and the movie “We Are Marshall” was filmed here. Camden Park, one of the world’s oldest amusement parks, is located in Huntington.

Service Available for you

If you have any further questions or to see if you qualify for a lawsuit loan please feel free to contact out offices. We are available for you all day every day no matter what.