Lawsuit Loans Alabama
Victims of harm due to the intentional or negligent acts of other have the right to seek compensation for all incurred losses via the filing of a civil lawsuit. But what happens when your cases is dragged on month after month year after year with no resolution in sight? In many instances, victims are unable to work because of the damages suffered and have unpaid bills and mounted debt which can’t be satisfied. But there is a solution. We are here to help you achieve that.
Alabama Pre-Settlement Funding
Zeus Legal Funding is a case cash advance company with the dedicated funds needed to get you the cash you need as soon as you need it. Zeus is a premier destination for individuals who have an active lawsuit and seek financial assistance before their case has settled in the court of law. We provide hassle free service to anyone who needs a pre settlement loan 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. If you have any further questions regarding getting cash out on your case please feel free to contact our offices.
How Does the Process Work – Three Step Process
We understand the hardship and time consuming nature of getting the cash you need. For that reason, we set out to make the borrowing process as simple, fast and streamlined as possible by using our three step process.
Step One: You contact us and we ask you a few questions regarding your case. We then contact the law firm that is representing you on your lawsuit and ask them for a copy of your file.
Step Two: Once we have received a copy of your file, we will review it and within 24 hours qualify your loan request.
Step Three: Once your advance has been qualified we call you to give you the good news and send you the cash.
Where To Get Help
As an online-based company, we are available to provide Alabama lawsuit funding to customers across the state including the following communities:
- Mobile and the gulf coast communities
- Birmingham and Hoover
- Huntsville, Athens and Decatur
Most Common Cases We Fund
We mostly fund personal injury cases including the following.
- Auto accidents
- Uber Lyft and Rideshare injuries
- School injuries
- Dog bites
- Animal attacks
- Premises liability claims
- Slip and fall accidents
- NFL Concussion claims
- Brain injury claims
- Truck and 18-wheeler big rig accidents
- Motorcycle crashes
- Sports related injuries
- Medical Malpractice
- Birth injury claim
- Surgical error claims
- Cosmetic Surgery lawsuits
- Wrongful Death claim by family members and love ones
- Bus and public transportation passenger injuries
- Train derailment claims
- Boating accidents
- Swimming pool drowning incidents
- Toxic torts
Other Cases We Fund
Some of cases other than personal injury we can fund include the following:
- Mass torts
- Defective child toys
- Defective consumer products
- Defective machinery
- Industrial accidents
- Construction site injuries
- Police brutality and law enforcement civil rights violations
- Wrongful termination
- Workplace accidents
- Machinery accidents
- Workplace discrimination lawsuit
- Sex based discrimination
- Race and gender bases discrimination
How Much Money Can Be Borrowed on a Lawsuit
We are able to provide Alabama pre settlement loans to individuals with active lawsuit ranging from as little as $500 to as much as $100,000 dollars. How much money you are able to receive is solely dependent on the potential value of your case and nothing else. We will need to review the details of your case to tell you of its potential value. There are many factors which can play an important role in determining your settlement amount. Some of the most important factors include the following:
- The types of injuries you suffered and the gravity of those injuries. For example, the potential settlement value of a broken hand is likely greater than that or a sprained ankle.
- The medical costs associated with the treatment and diagnosis of the injuries suffered.
- Calculation of lost wages and loss of future income.
- Availability of punitive damages: Out legal system allows for the awarding of punitive damages on top of all economic and non-economic damage when the at fault party acted with the intent to cause harm (malicious intent), or acted with reckless disregard for the life and health of others. An example of reckless disregard is drunken driving accidents resulting in injury to others.
- The percentage of fault attributed to the parties involved in the accident.
- The dollar amount of the insurance coverage available.
7 Reasons to Choose Us
We appreciate the time you have taken out to read this article. We believe that we can play an important part in making your life a little easier by getting you the cash you need. Below are 7 reasons why we believe we are the best choice.
- Available 24/7: An emergency where you need immediate cash can take place any time. That is why we are available any time of day or night for you, including nights and weekends.
- Easy three step process: Using our three step method we can get you the cash you need within 24 hours.
- Lower rates: We offer some of the lowest and most competitive rates in the industry.
- Non-recourse advance: If you do not win your case, then you do not owe us a single penny. Guaranteed.
- No upfront costs to getting an advance. It is free to apply, and the case review is provided free of charge and with no obligation.
- No background or credit checks needed. Qualification for an advance in bases solely on your current lawsuit.
- Our goal: To treat each and every customer with the respect and dignity they deserve, no matter what.
If you have any further questions regarding obtaining an advance on your case please feel free to contact us.
Interesting Information About Alabama
Alabama is a southern state, sometimes known as the Heart of Dixie. Huntsville, Birmingham, and Mobile are important cities the state, and the capital is Montgomery. There are currently about 4.8 million people living in Alabama. Like other southern states, Alabama had a primarily agricultural, cotton-based economy until the mid 20th century. After the collapse of cotton, Birmingham took on new importance as one of the few cities in the state that was capable of providing industrial jobs. The dawn of the Second World War allowed the State to complete this shift from an agricultural economy to an industrial one. Workers poured into Mobile and other cities eager to join in manufacturing war matériel. The Port of Mobile connects the Midwest with the Gulf of Mexico, and leads to one of the nation’s largest navigable inland waterways. Alabama touches both the Gulf of Mexico and the Appalachian Mountains. This wide range of environments allows it to offer much more diversity in plants and animals than most other states. Most of the land there is forested, and the state is home to almost 4,000 different species of plants and trees. Alabama is also the only home for 113 unique species of mollusk. There are natural wonders and areas of beauty all throughout the state. For example, the “Natural Bridge” is the largest rock arch east of the Rocky Mountains, spanning 127 feet. There is also a five mile wide meteor impact crater visible north of Montgomery. The Wetumpka crater hit the Earth about 80 million years ago. Alabama and Oklahoma are tied for most reported E5 tornadoes, with the former state having had more people killed in tornadoes than any other state. Alabama has a hot and humid climate with very little snow. Thunderstorms are common, and often severe.
In the early part of the 20th century, Alabama, like most other southern states, enforced segregation in all aspects of daily life. During this time, hundreds of Rosenwald Schools were built to give African-American children in the state a chance to get an education. The school buildings which have survived have been added to the National Register of Historic Places. Several important milestones of the Civil Rights Movement took place in Alabama, including the Montgomery Bus Boycott, which was triggered when Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat and move to the back of a public bus, as was the law at the time. George Wallace, the governor, actively resisted desegregation efforts imposed by the federal government, and made “Segregation Forever!” a campaign slogan. Civil Rights Leader Martin Luther King Jr. was famously arrested in Birmingham. His Letter From Birmingham Jail is one of the most widely-read pieces of writings from the Civil Rights movement. In 1965, protestors marched from Selma to Birmingham in an effort to bring attention to the racial injustice. The overwhelming majority of religious residents of Alabama are Christian, making the state part of the Bible Belt. However, there is an increasing population of Muslims in the state, and there are over 30 mosques there. Hindus, Buddhists, and Baha’is can also be found in the state’s major cities. Huntsville is home to NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center and hosts Space Camp for children interested in becoming an astronaut. Because of this facility, Alabama is a leading producer of aerospace and electronic products. There is an Airbus aircraft assembly plant in Mobile, and several major car manufacturers also have a presence there. College football draws many fans in Alabama, with Alabama and Auburn acting as rivals in the Southeastern Conference. The Talladega Superspeedway brings in racing fans to watch NASCAR and IndyCar events.
Alabama has grown increasingly more diverse in the early decades of the 21st Century. In 1984, the Alabama Indian Affairs Commission was formed to represent the needs of the over 38,000 Native American families living in the state. Historically, Native Americans were ignored or misrepresented as the state attempted to segregate its residents solely into categories of “Black” and “White.” After the creation of the commission, Alabama officially recognized nine tribes living in the state, and designated American Indian Heritage Day as a joint celebration with Columbus Day. The University of Alabama and Auburn University are top tier universities and together educate nearly 60,000 students each year. The University of Alabama’s football stadium is one of the largest stadiums in the countries and welcomes over 100,000 college football fans each game. When it comes to K-12 education, Alabama still lags behind other states, with only 75% of students graduating from high school. The state scored last among states in eighth grade math skills. In response to these difficulties, Alabama has recently created a public pre-k program with some of the highest early quality standards in the United States. So far, less than ten percent of eligible four-year-olds participate in the program, but outreach efforts are in place to try to increase the numbers. Some stakeholders are attempting to establish charter schools in the state, but the state legislature has yet to approve the creation of charter schools in Alabama. In early 2016, people living in Alabama began discussing the status of minimum wage in the state. Alabama currently has no set minimum wage and employers defer to the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour. State legislation passed in February of this year that would not allow any local governments within Alabama to set a minimum wage higher than the federal minimum, effectively cancelling out an effort by the city of Birmingham to create a minimum wage of $10.10 in the city. The median household income in Alabama is slightly over $34,000, well below the average for the United States. Despite this, the economy is growing, in part because of the state’s business-friendly policies and the growing tourism industry in the state. More than twenty million people visit Alabama every year, with thousands of those visitors coming from other countries. The beaches on the state’s border with the Gulf of Mexico are a major tourist destination, and along with local Civil Rights landmarks provide hundreds of thousands of tourism jobs for residents of Alabama.
If you would like pre settlement funding or a lawsuit loan in Alabama, please contact our firm for a free review of your case. We will let you know whether your case qualifies and the next steps to take to process your application as quickly as possible.