We realize that you don’t want to simply wait around for your case to be resolved. If you suffered a personal injury, we help you to obtain the lawsuit cash advance you require for your immediate issues. At Mayfield Pre-Settlement Funding, we work closely with you to get the settlement loans you require in amounts from as little as $500 up to $500,000.
Car & Auto Accidents are stressful enough on their own and you shouldn’t have to worry about medical bills, insurance payments or other expenses while you are waiting for your case to be resolved. We provide litigation funding, pre-settlement funding, lawsuits cash advance and personal injury loans against pending injury claims, such as, Auto Accidents, Slip and Falls, Premise Liability, Pedestrian Injury, Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death, Worker’s Compensation, Product Liability, General Negligence, Jones Act (Maritime), and FELA (Railroad).
We help to make getting your pre-settlement funding quick and simple, with a totally free, web based application form. We’ll even contact your attorney directly to ensure that we can get you approved for your lawsuit settlement money the same day.
If you weren’t satisfied with the settlement supplied by the defense lawyer and require extra time to go after more, you may be unemployed because of accident-related complaints, you’ve settled but the checks aren’t coming for weeks, or you can’t pay the insurance deductible, we are here to help. Complete the application or contact right now to see the amount of money you are entitled to with the pre-settlement loan plan that is trusted by Americans.
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Mayfield Settlement Funding provides pre-settment and post settlement loans that are different than traditional lending. The terminology “loan” and “loans” are not correct legal or financial terminology or definitions describing Mayfield’s transactions, we provide legal cash advances or legal funding. Loans require repayment, which is unlike legal funding which is non-recourse cash advance. Legal funding only requires payment when the plaintiff receives a monetary award or settlement of their case.