Pittsburgh, “The Burgh”, is located in western Pennsylvania on the Allegheny Plateau. Three rivers – Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers form the Ohio River – create the borders. The convergence of three rivers easily explains the availability of the 24 miles of desirable riverfront walking and hiking trails and the beautiful parks surrounding the city. It also explains the necessity for the 446 bridges found in and near Pittsburgh. Could this be why some folk refer to Pittsburgh as “The City of Bridges”?
Founded in 1758, Pittsburgh has a rich and vital heritage of enriching our nation during critical and challenging periods. The preservation of many of Pittsburgh’s historic buildings, landmarks, as well as the city’s museums, depicts a glimpse of days-gone-by. Andrew Carnegie gained national importance for the production of steel used to make arms during the Civil War. Through mergers and growth, the Carnegie Steel Company grew to become legendary US Steel making Pittsburgh a household name. By 1910, more than 300 steel-related companies were actively producing half of the country’s steel making it the 20th century’s industrial capital. Because of steel, Pittsburgh rightfully earned the title of “The Steel City”.
Delightfully, Pittsburgh has transformed itself from a scrappy steel community to a growing urban city drenched in arts and culture. In celebration of the creative achievements of their very own Pittsburgh-born artist, Andy Warhol, the largest museum in the US (dedicated to a single artist) is proudly showcased. The heart and soul of Pittsburgh is the downtown section lovingly known as the “Golden Triangle”. This is where the past, present and future mesh harmoniously in the galleries, theaters, treasure-filled specialty shops and restaurants.
Days are filled with lively, family-friendly outdoor activities and exciting city attractions offset by a picture perfect landscape. And then…the nights heat up – a variety of hip and funky entertainment is found at one of the local bar or music venues. Judge for yourself which is best– days or nights? The right answer is both day and night are awesome fun and good times in the Pittsburgh area!
Even in the Pittsburgh area, the fun dramatically stops if you or a loved one has a personal injury due to the negligence of someone else. A motor vehicle accident, a slip and fall, a dog bite, a wrongful death case or any type of case that caused you a personal injury can spin your entire life out of order. You may be hurting and unable to work. The bills are left unpaid and it may take months, even years, for your lawsuit to settle. Additional stress is the last thing you need. Mayfield Settlement Funding has pre-approved you for an advance on your case.
If you have a pending lawsuit in the Pittsburgh area, have hired an attorney to represent you and are in need of immediate funds, we are here to help.
How it works is very fast and very simple. There is no out-of-pocket cost to you, no employment or credit check required, no hassles and uncomfortable questions and, best of all, no risk to you! Mayfield Settlement Funding provides pre-settlement and post-settlement advance based on your needs and the case details.
A Mayfield advance or “lawsuit loan” is not like a regular loan from a financial institution. No collateral is required and if you do not receive an award or settlement, there is no payback required. Our advances are a non-recourse lawsuit advance – not really a loan. We provide you a portion of the money you expect to receive from your lawsuit …in advance of when you actually receive the award from the offending side.
Mayfield Settlement Funding can be your solution NOW and provide CASH for you to pay your mortgage, extra medical costs and all your other regular bills. Maybe you need money for an unexpected situation – we are here. Your savings are gone and your family is already stretched leaving you no other options. Our friendly Mayfield funding experts understand and have helped thousands of people just like you. We work hard. We work fast. We provide relief and take the stress off you.
If you have questions or are ready to get started, we can be reached on our toll free number at (855)293-4853 or visit our immediate service page or email questions [email protected] where one Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, of our experts will walk you through the easy and quick process.