Recognized by the Daily Business Review (DBR) as one of the Top 3 Lawsuit Funding Companies for 2014, Injury Funds Now (IFN) has been assisting accident victims in Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Palm Beach, Hialeah and throughout the rest of Florida, as well as most other states in the U.S. with their financial needs for many years. No one is able to precisely predict when an accident or other type of injury-causing incident will occur, but when such events happen, they can be physically, emotionally and financially devastating.
Florida lawsuit loans* from companies like IFN are used to help accident victims meet their routine financial obligations while they await the outcome of their personal injury case. Lawsuits can take a great deal of time to resolve, but your bills continue to increase, along with medical expenses and other accident-related expenses. So, why do some personal injury cases take longer to resolve than others?
Accident victims working with attorneys have probably already inquired as to how long it might take their case to be resolved. There are a number of variables that must be considered when trying to make an “educated guess” as to how long a case might take. While it is true that suits can settle at any time, even before your attorney files a complaint with the court, the steps involved in the litigation process can be lengthy.
For instance, to initiate a lawsuit, a complaint will need to be filed, which begins the filing of various pleadings. Once the complaint is filed, the party being sued will need to respond by filing an answer. The pleadings phase of the process can last a couple months or more, depending on any legal challenges made. There is also what is known as the “discovery” process, which is when the parties gather evidence for the case. This phase can last for many months and even years depending on the case, court backlog and other factors.
At that point, if you have been unable to work due to your injuries, you are likely feeling the pinch with respect to meeting your monthly financial requirements. What is important to note, though, is that you do not have to struggle while you wait…IFN can help! The next phase of the process is the trial and depending on just how involved your case is, the trial can last anywhere from a few hours to several months. You may be anticipating a considerable settlement or outcome to your case, but the length of time it takes to reach that point may be too much for your savings account to withstand.
As noted above, even if your attorney has assured you of the strength of your case, you could be left with very minimal money and high expenses while waiting. This is where IFN can step in to help alleviate some of the pressure stemming from your accident-related concerns. Funds from IFN can be used to cover your mortgage or rent, credit card bills, car payments and routine daily expenses. Even though people refer to such funding as “loans,” there are not loans in the traditional sense.
Interested victims will be glad to know that our application process is simple and involves no credit checks or application fees, nor do you have to be employed at the time of application. You will receive risk-free funds if approved -- you will never have to repay us if your case is unsuccessful. The application can be completed in a few minutes and you can have funds in your hand in as little as 24 hours after approval.
*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 recovery. If the plaintiff loses their case, they do not repay anything.