Applying for a legal funding loan in your fight against the Coronavirus is simple and easy | your credit score is not a factor. Fill out the online form or give us a call.

Case Review

We will contact your attorney on your behalf to request the documentation/materials related to you case. Everything is kept confidential.

Receive Funds with a Legal Funding Loan

If approved, you'll be sent funds via a check or bank wire. Use the money to pay bills, and live comfortably before your case settles.

Legal Funding Loan: stand your ground against the Coronavirus

Has the coronavirus effected you financially during your legal battle? A legal funding loan may be the answer for you. We can provide the funds to cover your needs to live confortably before your case settles.

What is a Legal Funding Loan

A legal funding loan is techincally not a loan! If you do not win your case you pay nothing back. Legal funding allows plaintiffs financial stability who may have for example suffered financially from the coronavirus while awaiting a personal injury or other legal case. The process consists of contacting your attorney to obtain all documentation related to the case and have it reviewed for a potential funding. Please note all documentation is kept confidential during the entire process. Typical reviewing can take anywhere from 24-48 hours depending on the cooperation from the firm and you the client. Once approved a check or bank wire is sent the same day. You are not required to re-pay until your case settles in court.

We will help you get the a legal funding loan you need to fight financial instability during the coronavirus

We provide legal funding nationwide. Obtaining funds before your case settles alleviates many problems helping to pay for living expenses, bills, car repairs or medical payments durings these hard times with the coronavirus while your case is in litigation. 

Legal Funding is Risk Free

Legal Funding is 100% risk free, there is no repayment if you lose. This is not a loan but a non-recourse advance. Again, you are not liable to repay the money if you lose your case.


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