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Has one of your clients asked you what you think about pre-settlement advances? This question leads to some angst among lawyers. Many lawyers do not like making recommendations about pre-settlement advance companies because they do not know anything about such providers. Another reason we hear from lawyers that work with our company is that they worry about the interest their client may be charged, especially if the financing options are predatory.

Some of your clients are in dire financial circumstances. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated their financial difficulties. Especially if your personal injury or workers’ compensation practice includes clients recovering from their accident injuries, returning to work will be delayed. Your vulnerable clients need help paying for their living expenses. Rent or mortgage, food, utilities, transportation, medical care and treatment, are among the monthly bills that get harder and harder to pay as your client’s period of incapacitation extends or they are unable to return to work because they are now laid-off because of the pandemic.

What We Do

Capital Financing provides low-cost pre-settlement advances to people hurt at work or in personal injury accidents that have pending lawsuits. An eligible plaintiff may have been injured in a car or motorcycle accident, pedestrian or bicycle accident, slip and fall or premise liability accident, medical malpractice, products liability, or a dog bite. Our pre-settlement loans are a cash advance. We do not charge your clients interest. Some providers charge their clients “processing” or a “delivery fee,” hidden costs in their financing agreement, that over time balloon into interest.

How it Works

Within an hour of receiving basic information about your client’s case and certain case documents from you, we can advance funding to your client as a pre-settlement advance. To determine a loan amount we carefully review your case by examining the injuries your client suffered, the medical treatment they have received and are receiving if care is continuing, the extent of your client’s property damage, any forced time off of work and lost wages your client experienced, and any other expenses, already incurred by your client such as unreimbursed medical bills and prescription co-pays. Many of our competitors charge compounding interest. We do not. Capital Financing charges a low-cost, flat free structure, charged monthly or quarterly, not compounding interest. There is no application for you to complete. We pride ourselves on our ability to offer you hassle free, no haggling interactions.

To help your injured clients bridge the financial gap during their recovery period, consider helping them get pre-settlement funding today.

When your client has suffered injuries in an accident, Capital Financing can provide him or her a pre-settlement cash advance. We will review your client’s medical record, accident reports, the pleadings, any court submissions, and wage and income records. We will then determine the appropriate loan amount, which will come in the form of a cash advance on the case settlement that is paid at the conclusion of the lawsuit. We are here to answer your questions about our pre-settlement funding and how it can make a difference to your clients. To get approved for a pre-settlement cash advance, any injury plaintiff can reach us toll-free at (888) 247-6998 or (404) 348-4475 directly.