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About Us

Injury Funds Now (IFN) is a Florida-based lawsuit funding company. Our team has been advancing funds on serious personal injury cases for more than10 years. Our Florida-based lawsuit loan* services are completely confidential. We fund each and every case with our own capital and never broker cases out, thus ensuring the confidentiality and speed of service – two key features that set us apart from other lawsuit funding firms.

Injury Funds Now offers lawsuit funding in almost every state. The money can be used to pay bills like rent, car payments and credit cards. In addition, you can use the money to pay for unforeseen emergencies like car repairs.

The benefit of choosing Injury Funds Now is our speed. After we receive your application, someone will be in touch with you shortly. In some cases, we can even provide funding the very same day. It is understandable that time is your biggest concern right now, which is why our office prides itself on exceptionally quick service.

Our Team

We are a friendly group of people that really enjoy what we do every day, helping people like you in bad situations overcome the deep pockets of defense insurance companies. If there is anything we can do to improve our services to you, just ask. We strive to make the application process as simple as possible.

Get in touch with a member of our team by calling the Injury Advance Hotline: 1-866-68-FUNDS.

Helping Personal Injury Victims Is Our Mission

Helping personal injury victims get the highest possible recovery is what we strive for. Most lawsuits take years to finalize, leaving you—the injured party—short on funds, time and patience. This is a common frustration tactic that the opposing party hopes will eventually force you to accept a lower settlement than you truly deserve.

At this point you have no doubt endured great stress about your lawsuit and resulting health. Don’t give-up when there is help. Injury Funds Now is your solution and we look forward to helping you secure a lawsuit loan in Florida and beyond (we are currently providing funding in many states).

Our Funds Are Not a Loan  

Although pre-settlement funding is often referred to as a loan—common terms include settlement loans, lawsuit loans and pre-settlement loans—it is not a loan.

A loan is given out based on the understanding that it will one day need to be paid back. If Injury Funds Now provides lawsuit funding for your personal injury case and you lose the case, you owe use nothing. This is called a non-recourse advance, and because it does not have collateral or always require repayment, it is not a loan.

Local & National Affiliations

Injury Funds Now is affiliated with many reputable law organizations, both nationally and locally.

Some of our friends include:

Working with these organizations has been a great joy to the members of the Injury Funds Now team. Our many years of involvement has heightened our understanding of the needs of personal injury victims, and allowed us to maintain our status as leaders in the lawsuit loan business.

Let Us Help You—Call Today

You do not need to worry about paying your bills anymore. Applying for a lawsuit loan in Florida, or any other eligible state, is easy and fast and can be the answer to your growing concerns about your financial situation.

Reach us directly by calling the Injury Advance Hotline: 1-866-68-FUNDS. If you are ready to submit your application for a lawsuit loan, you can do so with our no-fee application online.

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*DISCLAIMER: The term "loan" or "loans," where used to describe lawsuit funding is not an accurate legal or financial definition of the transaction. IT IS NOT A LOAN. The transaction is a non-recourse purchase of a portion of the proceeds of a potential future case award or settlement. A loan is a transaction that always requires repayment. Our lawsuit funding only requires repayment if the plaintiff receives a favorable cash settlement award. If the plaintiff loses their case, they do not repay anything.