Construction Accident Settlement Loans*

Helping Workers During Recovery from Jobsite Injuries

Construction is one of the most dangerous industries in the country. In fact, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that 806 construction workers died on the job, which equals 19.3 percent of all work-related deaths. Often, injured construction workers have a third-party cause of action in addition to a workers’ compensation claim.

Sadly, another person’s or a corporation’s negligence may put you out of work for months or years. Your mortgage lender, credit card banks and other creditors nonetheless demand timely payment of your bills. Even if you are receiving workers’ compensation, each payment only amounts to a percentage of your prior earnings.

This is where Injury Funds Now (IFN) can help. Our Florida-based firm provides advance payment on the damages you are likely to receive through a settlement or verdict. Our services are commonly referred to as a construction accident settlement loan, but are risk-free, meaning you do not repay the advance unless you recover compensation for your injuries in a civil lawsuit.

Third-Party Construction Claims Funding

After your construction accident, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation and Social Security benefits. You may also have a third-party claim against a negligent person or corporation that contributed to your accident. Injury Funds Now does not advance payments for government benefits. We can, however, provide you with an advance on a judgment or verdict once you have retained an attorney for a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit.

Third-party liability claims we might fund include a lawsuit against:

  • A manufacturing corporation for faulty safety equipment or malfunctioning heavy machinery
  • The contractor that installed unstable scaffolding at your worksite
  • The manufacturer of volatile or toxic chemicals to which you were exposed at your job
  • A reckless, distracted or drunk driver who ran into your road construction crew
  • A property owner who failed to disclose a hidden hazard about which she or he should have known
  • Your employer that exercised gross negligence that overcomes workers’ compensation lawsuit immunity in some states

Common Construction Injuries

OSHA calls the most common causes of construction jobsite deaths the “fatal four.” These types of accidents accounted for 54.2 percent of construction worker deaths in 2012:

  • Fall
  • Being struck by an object
  • Electrocution
  • Being caught in or between objects

Serious Construction Site Injuries

Because of the dangerous conditions in which you work, construction accidents tend to result in catastrophic injuries. Our firm provides funding if you or your loved one sustained:

To best serve our clients, our firm does not fund soft tissue injuries, back injuries or other types of injuries that do not require surgery and that are treated solely at a pain clinic or chiropractor’s office.

Immediate Funds for Your Injuries

A construction accident settlement loan from Injury Funds Now delivers you a no-risk advance on your damages award and we do not charge you financing fees or conduct credit checks. At Injury Funds Now, you can expect:

  • Approval within 24 hours of submitting your application
  • Cash in hand the same day as your application approval
  • No application, closing or other hidden fees
  • No credit or employment status check
  • A dedicated funding specialist assigned to your case
  • Guaranteed best price
  • Hassle-free online application process

So we can help you as quickly as possible, we encourage you to apply online.

Contact Us to Learn More about Funding for Construction Injury Lawsuits

Learn more about cash advances available from Injury Funds Now during the pendency of your construction accident personal injury or wrongful death civil claim.

Contact Injury Funds Now by calling 1-866-68-FUNDS (38637). Our Florida-based firm provides pre-settlement funding to plaintiffs in most states.


*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.

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