At USClaims, we don’t offer litigation loans or litigation financing; we offer pre-settlement funding. We purchase a portion of the proceeds of an anticipated court settlement or judgment. That means injured people and their families will never be at financial risk of having to pay back a high-cost loan if their civil suit is unsuccessful. USClaims gets paid only if the plaintiff wins the case or receives a settlement.
The end result for plaintiffs is increased access to the civil court system and increased odds of obtaining justice through it. To further that mission, USClaims has entered into a partnership with the New Jersey Association for Justice.
As a Silver Business Partner for Justice, USClaims will sponsor the NJAJ, a robust association of more than 2,400 trial lawyers who practice in New Jersey. NJAJ members represent individuals and consumers who have endured serious injuries or who have suffered the loss of a loved one in automobile accidents, medical malpractice, on-the-job accidents and faulty or defective products. Its attorney members also represent plaintiffs in vital civil rights and discrimination matters.
We know that the fight for justice can be long. We work with the skilled legal advocates who are members of the NJAJ to help ensure that plaintiffs get their day in court, no matter how deep the pockets of the corporations who are responsible for those injuries. It’s one way we work together to make everyday products, workplaces and public places safer for all of us. If you are a client of an attorney who is a member of the NJAJ and you’re having trouble meeting your expenses while your case works its way through the courts, your attorney might recommend that you reach out to us.
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.