Mayfield Settlement Funding specializes in lawsuit funding and personal injury advances in the Mobile area. If you have been injured and have a pending lawsuit and need money NOW, Mayfield Settlement Funding is the company to call. Through no fault of your own, you may be in what seems like an impossible tough financial situation. Unfortunately, your bills don’t stop because you are unable to work and recovering your damages may take more time than you imagined. We understand! “
“Lawsuit Loans” are NOT like regular loans
Our lawsuit funding is not really a loan but an advance on your own money. Mayfield Settlement Funding provides a non-recourse type of advance which means you only repay us when you recover damages on your case through a settlement. If you do not receive a settlement or case cash award, you are not required to repay us.
You and your family may be struggling right now and you need to relieve the pressure of the mounting bills and troubling calls from bill collectors. If you live in the Mobile area, have an active lawsuit or a claim and an attorney, you are pre-approved. No credit check or embarrassing information required.
Mobile – the third largest city in Alabama. Alabama’s only saltwater port, Mobile is located at the head of the Mobile Bay and the north-central Gulf Coast. The Port of Mobile has always played a key role in the economic health of the city beginning with the city as a key trading center between the French and Native Americans down to its current role as the 12th-largest port in the United States. Mobile is the principal municipality of the Mobile Metropolitan Statistical Area.
The turn of the 20th century brought the Progressive Area Mobile and saw Mobile’s economic structure evolve, along with a significant increase in population. Today, the estimated population for Mobile is around 194,899 people – and still growing.
Interestingly enough, this city has much to talk about when it comes to remarkable events. The Carnival season has expanded throughout the late fall and winter: balls in the city may be scheduled as early as November, with the parades beginning after January 5 and the Twelfth Day of Christmas or Epiphany on January 6. In Mobile, locals often use the term “Mardi Gras” as a shorthand reference to the entire Carnival season. During the Carnival season; the mystic societies build colorful floats and parade throughout downtown. Masked society members toss small gifts, known as throws, to parade spectators. The mystic societies, which in essence are exclusive private clubs, also give formal masquerade balls usually by invitation only.
One festival in particular – New Year’s Eve, Mobilians used to throw boxes of Cracker Jack’s from their Mardi Gras floats but switched to Moon Pies in the early 1970’s because they are safer, with no sharp edges. The delicious treat was so beloved that Mobile rings in the New Year by dropping a giant Moon Pie instead of a ball!
This city is compacted with loads of excitement and fascinating rituals. While being captivated by the spunk and charm of Mobile – remember, it’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt. Being a victim of a personal injury can put your life on hold while the rest of the world continues eating Moon Pie’s!!
It’s easy. It’s quick. It’s free. Why not check it out?
Mayfield’s online application – available by clicking link to left or give our friendly Mobile, Alabama, area pre-settlement funding specialists a call at our toll free number(855)329-1503 or email questions [email protected]