Pre-Settlement Loans for Paralysis | Injury Funds Now


Pre-Settlement Loans for Paralysis*

Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation estimates that almost 1 in 50 people live with paralysis. Nearly a quarter of spinal cord injuries occur during a motor vehicle accident and more than a quarter involve an accident, often in the construction industry. Other common causes or paralysis include violence, sports injuries and falls.

At a time when you are coping with difficult physical and emotional losses associated with a debilitating spinal cord injury, you also face the tremendous financial costs of urgent care, rehabilitation, mobility equipment and remodeling of your home, workspace and automobile to accommodate your disability. In addition, you cannot work to the level you once did, or possibly at any capacity.

While your personal injury claim winds through the courts, paying your bills can become a struggle at one of the most trying times in your life. Injury Funds Now (IFN) gives you the resources you need now to support your family and to pursue crucial medical care. We provide an advance on the money you are likely to recover in your personal injury settlement or verdict. IFN is not a bank and you are not taking on a new debt. Our firm bases your advance on a realistic analysis of your case recovery. If you do not recover compensation for your injuries, you are not obligated to repay the funds we advance to you.

Costs Associated with a Spinal Cord Injury

The monetary costs of sustaining a spinal cord injury depend on your age and the location and extent of your injuries. According to the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, the costs to a spinal cord patient averages:

  • For high tetraplegia — $1,023,924 for the first year and $171,808 for every year thereafter
  • For low tetraplegia — $739,874 in the first year and $109,077 in each subsequent year
  • For paraplegia — $499,023 in the first year and $66,106 each following year
  • For incomplete motor function at any vertebra — $334,170 in the year after injury and $40,589 per following year

This is more money than most people can absorb, even with the best health insurance and substantial assets. Furthermore, the first year is the most expensive and it is crucial for you to get the health care you need. An IFN advance can help reduce your financial concerns so you can focus on recovering functionality and improving your quality of life.  While we do not advance funds to cover all of these examples, we can give you important resources to ease the financial burden associated with a spinal cord injury. How much we can fund depends upon the facts of your individual case.

Understanding Pre-Settlement Loans for Paralysis

Since your accident, you have likely encountered an avalanche of documents and red tape from insurance companies, government programs, hospitals, rehabilitation clinics and the court. Our funding team strives to reduce the stress on you. We, therefore, have created a process that is simple, quick and hassle-free.

Submit a one-page application to our firm and our funding specialists will respond to you within 24 hours. If approved, you can have cash in-hand that day. Although we are pleased to answer your questions during a telephone conversation, we suggest filing your application through our convenient online system for the most expedient response. The advantages of using IFN for an advance include:

  • 24-hour approval of your application
  • Payment same day as your approval
  • No-risk repayment policy
  • No application fee or closing costs
  • No credit checks
  • No employment checks
  • The IFN best price guarantee

Obtain a Pre-Settlement Loan for Paralysis-Causing Accident 

Injury Funds Now is a Florida-based company that advances pre-settlement loans for paralysis injuries to clients living in states nationwide. To apply for a cash advance today, call 1-866-68-FUNDS (8637) or contact our firm online.

*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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