Don’t Settle for a Settlement’s Sake: Call USClaims Instead

Pre-Settlement Funding: Don’t Settle


Yes, your attorney just told you on the phone. The settlement offer came through. And it’s a joke. In exchange for an agreement to drop your suit, the company will compensate you for up to $40,000 worth of documentable expenses. $40,000 would barely cover the out-of-pocket costs of your medical care.

Don’t worry, your attorney said. This isn’t close to their final offer. And you’ll get much more from a jury. But how long is that going to take? You’ve been out of work for almost a year. The bank agreed to forbearance on your mortgage, but you had to pull your kids out of private school and the bills keep piling up while your savings dwindle. How did it come to this?

What you can remember begins with the lights … pulsing, red and white and blue, and then bright white light, so bright it hurt your eyes. Next was the sound; people talking, ascending vocal inflections—they were asking you something—and harsh commands, the low rumble of traffic, the comforting voice of someone you could not see. The next thing you remember is the hospital, and the pain.

You can’t recall much of the accident, but you know now that the driver of the tractor trailer that hit you had not slept for days and was driving under the influence of stimulants. With your attorney’s guidance, you and your family decided that a negligence suit was the only way you could hope to emerge from the emergency ward without suffocating in debt. The case seemed open and shut: He hit you, he was strung out, and his employer’s aggressive timetables almost certainly contributed to his decision to skip sleeping. Time is money, after all.

Unfortunately, the company has both more time and money than you. Their intentional stalling tactics have downshifted your lawsuit into a slow crawl. They are bleeding you dry, and even though your attorney believes you will win at trial, the real question is whether you can wait that long.

Right before he said goodbye, your attorney said something about “pre-settlement funding.” “Call USClaims,” he said, and you scribbled down a phone number: 1-877-USCLAIMS.

Follow his advice. USClaims will help you get the money you need to get the money you deserve. We’ll review the facts of your case. If we approve your application, our pre-settlement funding can ease the financial pressure as early as tomorrow. There is no risk to you. USClaims gets paid only if you win your case or receive a cash settlement.

At USClaims, we offer pre-settlement funding, if a case is qualified for pre-settlement funding then we would purchase a portion of the proceeds of the anticipated court judgment or settlement for some cash now. USClaims only gets paid if a case is won or has reached a settlement! Apply now or call us today at 1-877-USCLAIMS to learn more.

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