Today, the Senate approved a $2 Trillion stimulus to jump start the economy as we approach the end of March and many parts of the nation complete the second week of unprecedented work restrictions – forcing many employees to work from home or stop work completely. The Trump Administration is considering opening up the economy sometime in late April. In the meantime, if you are home recovering from injuries related to a workplace injury or an accident, you are in a financial quagmire.
The Personal Injury Plaintiff
If you were injured in an accident that resulted in personal injury, you are probably home all of the time recovering from your injuries. If you are fortunate enough to work for a company that offers medical leave you may be home under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). The FMLA entitles eligible employees of covered employers to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons with continuation of group health insurance coverage under the same terms and conditions as if you had not taken leave. You are still employed, at least during your medical leave period.
Under the Senate’s stimulus plan, unemployed workers may qualify for extended unemployment insurance compensation if they are laid-off because of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Because you are home recovering from personal injuries, there are no wages or unemployment checks coming your way. In fact, working while recovering from personal injuries will directly impact your legal case, limiting your recoverable damages. Individuals recovering from workplace injuries have the same problem that you do – stop work and no income during the recovery period.
Ask us about pre-settlement funding.
To bridge the financial gap during your recovery period, consider applying for pre-settlement funding today. Read below for more information.
What We Do
Capital Financing provides pre-settlement financing to people hurt at work or in personal injury accidents that file lawsuits. The types of cases we fund are car accidents, biking accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip and fall or premise liability accidents, medical malpractice, products liability, dog bites, and assaults. All of these cases are about your personal bodily injuries. We provide a loan or advance against your personal injury case before the case is complete. We also advance funds in workers’ compensation cases when people get hurt on the job.
How Pre-Settlement Funding Works
To determine a loan amount we carefully review your case by examining the injuries you have incurred, the medical treatment you have received, the extent of your property damage, forced time off of work and lost wages, and any other compensatory damages, like your out-of-pocket costs, unreimbursed medical bills, and future medical expenses for catastrophic injuries, to name a few.
How We Can Help
Our loans help clients pay their bills until their cases are resolved. With the proceeds of the loan, our clients are able to pay their bills. Among the bills our clients pay are medical bills, personal home expenses such as rent or mortgage, utilities, food, and transportation costs. People hurt on the job may be unable to work to support their families. They need assistance now to take care of their living expenses while they recover and their case goes through slow-churning courts that in some jurisdictions have come to a full stop.
We Stand Above the Competition
We cap interest at 12 months. No other competitor in our industry offers such terms to our clients. We also do not charge compounding interest. For a full list of our disclosures, click here.
Find Out if We are a Good Fit. Call us toll-free today at (888) 247-6998. Georgia residents can call (404) 348-4475.