Nicknamed "Venice of America" because of its many miles of navigable waterways, Ft. Lauderdale is home to more than 170,000 residents. The city is the seventh largest in Florida and is located on the Atlantic coast of Broward County, which consists of more than 30 municipalities. Broward County attracts many tourists and residents with its beautiful beaches and golf courses and offers a dynamic business atmosphere to entrepreneurs in a culturally-mixed urban environment.
Given the number of residents and tourists who travel in and around Ft. Lauderdale, there will undoubtedly be many occasions for accidents to occur. When accidents take place, there is a high risk of injury. Depending on the nature of the accident, some accident victims may need to pursue lawsuits against the responsible parties. However, in an effort to pursue justice, bills will still accumulate, especially if the victim sustains injuries that cause him or her to lose the ability to work for an extended period of time.
To make it through, some injured victims seek the assistance of a lawsuit loan to help them make ends meet while awaiting the outcome of their cases. Injury Funds Now (IFN) is a Florida-based lawsuit funding company that is prepared to help those in need of such assistance. IFN is available to work with Floridians, as well as individuals in several other states.
Accidents occur throughout the country on a daily basis and Ft. Lauderdale is certainly not exempt from the statistics, given the number of tourists and residents who routinely travel around the city. Thus far in 2014, the Ft. Lauderdale Police Department has reported a little over 3,500 crashes. Over 1,500 of those involved injuries and 10 accidents involved fatalities.
What some people may not realize is that, along with all its beauty, Ft. Lauderdale is also known as a world-class international business hub that is one of the most highly sought-after locations for new and relocating businesses alike. Whether for business or pleasure, many people travel around the city on a daily basis without incident. However, there are occasions when accidents occur that require the need for litigation. Should you find yourself in a legal situation where you believe a Florida lawsuit loan would benefit you and your family until the case concludes, seek help from IFN.
A funding specialist will review and evaluate your case using three primary criteria, the first of which is liability. IFN will look at the facts of the case to determine who was at fault for the accident and make a determination with respect to the strength of the evidence. Depending on what the funding specialist learns, your case might be deemed eligible for a lawsuit loan.
IFN also considers the amount of damages involved in a case. Generally, personal injury cases can lead to very high jury verdicts or settlements that can be used to cover lost pay, medical bills and other financial requirements that were triggered by the injury. The funding professionals at IFN understand that even though no one can guarantee a certain amount of money for victims, the existence of particular elements make it more likely that the harmed individual will obtain a favorable outcome.
Another consideration is the likelihood of collectability. To make that determination, our funding specialists will look at the defendant's ability to pay, as well as several other factors. Individuals seeking an advance on their personal injury case should be aware that IFN will not be able to advance funds if it appears the defendant is insolvent or unable to pay the settlement or judgment in a reasonable amount of time.
*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.