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Wisconsin Lawsuit Loan Company

Every year thousands of individuals suffer severe injuries due to the negligent or wrongful conduct of others. This can leave individuals unable to meet their finances including medical bills, vehicle repair costs, and the inability to work due the injuries suffered. What’s more troubling is that personal injury lawsuits can take many months if not years to resolve leaving you in deep financial troubles. We are here to help. We are a pre-settlement funding company with the goal of providing you with the cash you need in the fastest time possible. If you have any further questions after reading this article please feel free to contact our offices we are available 24 hours per day seven days out of the week.

The Amount of Money That Can Be Borrowed

The amount you are able to receive is based on several factors unique to every case with play an important role in determining the overall value and viability of your case. A brief description of some of the most important factors in described below.

The injuries that you suffered: The severity of those injuries, whether the injuries are long term or permanent.
The financial damages you have suffered: Medical costs, loss of income, and future loss of earning potential due to the long term impact of your injuries on your ability to work.
Whether punitive damage compensation is available: Punitive damages can be awarded if the at fault party acted with the intent to cause harm (malice intent) or acted with reckless disregard for the life and health of others.
The availability of assets and insurance coverage: For example in Wisconsin the minimum insurance coverage is $25,000 per injures person in an accident. However there are policies than be commercial in nature carrying coverage in excess of one million dollars. Premises liability claims for example have commercial coverage’s available.
The percentage of fault that can be attributed to the at fault party.

Cities and Communities Where We Provide Our Services

As an online based company we are able to provide clients with assistance across the state including the following communities.

  • Milwaukee
  • Madison
  • Kenosha
  • Green Bay
  • Appleton
  • Oshkosh
  • Racine
  • Eau Claire
  • Sheboygan
  • Manitowoc
  • Janesville
  • Beloit

Steps to Getting Cash in 24 Hours Time

Our goal is to provide our customers with the cash they need as fast as possible. We have a streamlined process with an advance algorithm that can quickly determine if you qualify for an advance. That is why we have instituted a streamlined three step process.

Step One: You contact us and provide us with your information. We then make contact with your attorney and have them send over a copy of your file.

Step Two: Once we receive a copy of your file from your attorney and review it within 24 hours.

Step Three: We get you the cash you need. There are many different ways you can get to your funds. We can mail it, wire transfer the funds, use paypal or you can pick it up from one of our regional offices.

Cases We Can Fund

Generally we are able to fund most personal injury cases and many civil cases like employment discrimination. Below is a list of some of the case we can fund. If you have any questions on whether we can fund the case you currently have please feel free to contact us.

  • Auto accidents
  • Truck and commercial vehicle accidents
  • Boating injuries
  • Brain Injury and NFL concussion claims
  • Sporting accidents
  • Premises liability claims
  • Slip and Fall Claim
  • Defective medical equipment and surgical tools
  • Defective and unsafe drugs including Risperdal
  • Industrial injuries
  • Constriction site injuries
  • Falling objects
  • Wrongful Termination claims
  • Employment discrimination claims
  • Mass torts
  • Class action lawsuits and recall lawsuits
  • Broken bones and spinal cord injuries.

Why Choose Us for Your Funding Needs

There are many lawsuit loan companies willing to provide you with cash for your case. We believe we can provide you with the best service possible. Here is why.

  • Our philosophy: Treat every single client with respect and understand their issue and difficulties so that you can provide them with the most helpful service possible.
  • Non-recourse advance: If our case does not settle then you do not owe us a single penny no matter what.
  • Availability: We are available to assist you in getting cash in emergency situations any time of day or night including weekends and holidays.
  • No background checks: We do not consider your background in determining your loan.
  • an fund large mounts: We have the reserves to fund many times more than most cash advance companies. We can fund as much as $1000, 000 in certain cases.

Notable Facts About Wisconsin

Wisconsin is known for its cheese and dairy products, a fact that becomes immediately obvious when visiting the state and seeing many people wearing foam hats in the shape of a wedge of cheese. These “cheeseheads” are often cheering on the Green Bay Packers football team. The Packers have won more NFL titles than any other team, earning them many fans both in and out of Wisconsin. The team’s name pays tribute to the meat packing plants that formerly made up the heart of the economy in Green Bay. Wisconsin is still a hub for food processing and is the home of companies like Kraft Foods, Oscar Mayer, and Tombstone frozen pizzas. The state of Wisconsin produces more cheese than any other state. Milwaukee is a major producer of beer and was the original home of the Miller Brewing Company. Wisconsin also leads the nation in the production of oats, sweet corn, carrots, and potatoes. In addition to food manufacturing, there are several plants in Wisconsin that produce tools, parts, and construction materials for companies like Kohler, Caterpillar, and Harley Davidson. Paper and packaging materials are also produced in abundance in Wisconsin. Water sports are very popular in Wisconsin, as there are plenty of lakes and rivers to encourage fishing, rafting, and water-skiing. The Wisconsin Dells have become a popular tourist area. Thousands of people come each year to boat and hike in the scenic natural area. Other outdoor adventurers look forward to hunting or snowmobiling.

Wisconsin is located in the North-Central region of the United States, and touches two of the Great Lakes: Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. Only three states, Florida, Michigan, and Alaska, contain more water than Wisconsin. The capital of Wisconsin is Madison. The city is also home to the official state university and flagship campus of the state’s university system. About 5.7 million people make their home in Wisconsin. Most of them work in one of the large manufacturing plants within the state, but the department store Kohl’s is also headquartered in the state and one of its leading employers. Despite the huge amount of money agriculture brings to the state of Wisconsin, most of the state’s population lives in cities rather than out on farms. Milwaukee is home to about a third of Wisconsin’s residents. Other popular cities include Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha, and Racine. The state includes many Americans with strong ties to their European heritage, and celebrations of German, Polish, Irish, and Italian cultures prevail. Bratwursts can be found any day of the year, and local bars catering to any of these varying ethnic groups are easily found in Milwaukee and other major cities in Wisconsin. Like other states in the same region, Wisconsin began as a territory frequented mostly by trappers and fur traders. After the young United States took the land away from the British in the War of 1812, the economy was steered away from fur as men began to mine lead found at Mineral Point. Wisconsin officially became a state in 1848, and Irish, German, and Norwegian immigrants continued to settle the frontier lands of Wisconsin. Wisconsin has traditionally been a politically liberal state with a long history of progressive political ideals. Progressives in Wisconsin enacted a wave of reforms in the early 20th century, including the first workman’s compensation system in the United States. In recent years, Scott Walker, a Republican governor, has led the state. The state’s history of progressivism is one of the reasons why unions in Wisconsin grew so rankled by Walker’s policies. With such obvious tension, it’s not shocking that Wisconsin voters continue to reliably vote for the Democratic candidate in presidential elections.

Wisconsin has a large population of Hmong, many of whom immigrated to the United States after allying with American Forces during the Vietnam War. At first, many of the Hmong refugees settled in the town of Wausau, with the aid of churches and social services groups. About a quarters of students in the Wausau School District are now Hmong. Over time, many Hmong families have also settled in Milwaukee and other large cities where the population is more culturally diverse. Hmong people make up very close to one percent of Wisconsin’s total population. The Lake Effect snow from Lake Superior produces over one hundred and sixty inches of snow per year in some parts of Wisconsin. The state as a whole averages at least forty inches of snow each winter. Winter temperatures in Wisconsin are frigid, rarely reaching above freezing. Many of the states rivers and lakes freeze, allowing residents to enjoy ice skating, hockey, and ice fishing. Summers in Wisconsin range from warm to hot, with the northern portions of the state averaging summer temperatures in the seventies, while the Wisconsin Dells area experienced the state’s highest recorded temperature of 114 degrees fahrenheit. Wisconsin is divided into five regions, each of which is defined by different geographical features. Almost half of Wisconsin’s entire land area is covered by forests. The Ice Age Trail makes its way through many of these forests, following a path along the boundary where the last glacier of the Ice Age stopped. The Ice Age Trail goes through thirty counties in Wisconsin and often travels through state parks and national forests. Door County, Wisconsin is a popular vacation destination, known as “the Cape Cod of the Midwest.” Although under 28,000 people live in Door County, its summer population can reach a quarter of a million people. People come to visit the area’s ten lighthouses, and stay in beach houses or summer homes from which they can venture out to seafood restaurants, wineries, and microbreweries scattered along the beaches. Door County also offers cherry-picking tours in many of the cherry groves that line the roads. The House on the Rock also brings people to Wisconsin, and attracts more visitors than any other destination in the state. The House on the Rock includes several unique rooms and architectural marvels, including the largest indoor carousel in the world, and the “Infinity Room” which stretches out 218 feet from the rest of the house and has more than three thousand windows. The House on the Rock was featured in the novel “American Gods” by Neil Gaiman.

Contact Us

If you have any further questions regarding getting the funding you need please feel free to contact our offices. We are available to assist you 24 hours per day 7 days out of the week.