Attorney Funding FAQs
Plaintiffs and potential plaintiffs who have not filed claims but are represented by attorneys, are eligible for lawsuit financing.
Plaintiff Support will advance as little as $500 and a maximum of $100,000 in lawsuit financing.
Your client can use personal injury funding to pay their mortgage or rent, utility bills, tuition, groceries, and any other basic or necessary living expense. And if your client doesn’t have health insurance, they don’t have to worry. Personal injury funds can even help pay for surgery and other medical procedures.
No. Funding from Plaintiff Support is not a personal injury loan, lawsuit loan, or plaintiff financing. Instead, it is simply non-recourse funding to help your clients pay for basic living expenses or medical treatment while waiting for their case to be resolved. If the case is lost, your client owes us nothing.
None. Plaintiff Support never interferes in the personal injury litigation process. However, many personal injury attorneys have found that their cases are resolved more effectively when given the appropriate time to develop.
We do everything we can to give your clients access to the funding they need as quickly and responsibly as possible. In fact, once approved, we can often get the check in the mail in as few as 24 hours.
Plaintiff Support can also work with you and your clients to provide funds as they are needed to cover living expenses—either monthly, or as a one-time funding.
At Plaintiff Support, we are proud to offer the lowest cost of funding in the industry. Of course, as a reputable plaintiff lawsuit funding company, we are committed to responsible funding so your clients are not overfunded. We will show you the exact cost of using funds, as well as any associated fees.
Plaintiffs are required to pay a small processing and case monitoring fee only if and when funds are successfully recovered (for pre-settlement funding).
Plaintiff Support offers non-recourse funding, which means your client owes us nothing if the case is lost.
Absolutely, yes. The funding can be paid back anytime prior to the case settling.
There is no limit on how long the funding can be outstanding. Whether it takes six months or three years for the case to resolve, the client is under no obligation to repay the funding until resolution.
All it takes is 30 seconds. Fill out the Quick Start Form today to apply.