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Without litigation funding, a wealthy defendant can stretch out legal proceedings in an attempt to “run out the clock” on your ability to challenge them in court. With a source of litigation funding, your case is much more likely to be decided on its merits, rather than your financial resources.
If you’re like most people who contact USClaims, you’ve never filed a civil case before. All of this is probably pretty new to you, including the idea that companies like USClaims offer pre-settlement funding: money to help you cover your living expenses while you’re coping with the legal costs of your lawsuit.
Choosing a pre-settlement funding provider is one of the more crucial decisions a plaintiff will make in a civil lawsuit. Can your lawsuit funding provider get you the money you need to pay your living expenses, when you need it?
The insurance industry wants you – and our elected officials – to believe that litigation funding providers fund “frivolous” lawsuits. The problem with that idea is that USClaims receives repayment of its litigation and pre-settlement funding only if the lawsuit in question is successful.
The insurance industry claims a proposed Tennessee bill would preserve more money for injured parties but the only winners are the insurance companies themselves.