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Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) in Florida & Nationwide

About Traumatic Brain Injury Lawsuit Loans*

Approximately 2.5 million people sustained traumatic brain injuries (TBI) in 2010. TBI contributes to about 52,000 deaths, 280,000 hospitalizations and 2.2 emergency room visits annually.

A severe brain injury can result in permanent disabilities that require lifelong care, the costs of which can quickly deplete your life savings. Because your injury interferes with your ability to work, bills can become overwhelming, adding to the stress of your situation. Your family members may not be able to work either as they devote their full efforts to round-the-clock caretaker duties.

Injury Funds Now (IFN) helps you preserve your financial security by providing traumatic brain injury lawsuit loans. Our services are designed to give you the money you need to pay for TBI treatment and rehabilitation as well as your mortgage, auto loan and any other expenses you currently have.  You pay us back only when and if you reach a settlement or win a verdict in your personal injury claim.

Severe Brain Injury Symptoms

Doctors typically use a tool, such as the Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS), to determine the nature and extent of a head injury. The GCS rates key indicators of brain injury, including motor, eye and verbal responses to stimuli. A CT scan, x-ray or other diagnostic test helps doctors identify the location and type of injury and you are evaluated for such serious symptoms as:

  • Seizures — such as post-traumatic epilepsy that manifests as recurring seizures
  • Blood vessel damage — that can result in strokes and blood clots
  • Nerve damage — that causes such problems as facial paralysis, loss of vision and impaired motor skills
  • Cognitive problems — including long-term problems with memory, learning, concentration, attention and reasoning
  • Communication difficulties — involving speaking, writing, reading and understanding written and verbal language and following conversations
  • Sensory impairment — including impaired eye-hand coordination, poor balance, ear ringing, double vision and tingling skin
  • Emotional and behavioral changes — leading to depression, anxiety, mood swings and drastically altered behavior

Families of Brain Injury Victims

Families of brain injury patients are also victims. IFN assists families whose loved one’s have suffered TBI-related altered consciousness, including:

  • Coma
  • Vegetative state
  • Minimally conscious state
  • Locked-in syndrome
  • Brain death

Types of Cases We Fund

Injury Funds Now regularly makes advances on claims arising from:

Our duel goals are to increase your chances to recover the maximum possible compensation for your injuries and to reduce your personal financial stress associated with fighting your claim at trial or through long negotiations. For this reason, we do not fund cases involving minor head injuries that receive solely pain management and other nonsurgical treatment. 

Funding a Head Injury Claim

Once you have retained legal counsel and obtained a TBI diagnosis — including tests results and a diagnostic report — you can apply to IFN immediately. Simply fill out the convenient one-page online application to get approval within 24 hours. We can then put cash in your hand the same day as you are approved.   Our hassle-free process offers:

  • 24-hour approval time
  • Same-day cash assistance
  • No-risk repayment policy
  • No credit or employment checks
  • No hidden fees
  • Best Pricing Guarantee

Learn More about Traumatic Brain Injury Lawsuit Loans

Learn how an advance on your potential lawsuit settlement or verdict can help you through this difficult time. Call Injury Funds Now at 1-866-68-FUNDS (8637) or submit the convenient online application for a response within 24 hours. Our Florida-based firm delivers funds to injury victims located in almost every state.

*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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