Sell Structured Settlement Payments, Receive Cash Today
Structured settlements can offer a steady income stream in the aftermath of a legal dispute; but they can also cause a significant headache. Though these types of arrangements have certain advantages and provide significant funds over time, they are not ideal when you need your money sooner than you anticipated. For those who need access that money now, structured settlement loans may be the answer.
What are structured settlements?
Some personal injury lawsuits, especially those involving insurance companies, are resolved with what is known as a structured settlement. With a structured settlement, the plaintiff does not receive a lump-sum settlement but instead is promised periodic payments over time. This steady income stream may last for months or years, depending on the settlement conditions.
Why would I sell my structured settlement?
The steady income afforded by a structured settlement is very useful for some plaintiffs, but for others it provides insufficient funds for bigger expenses. For example, if your injuries require you to use a wheelchair, you may need to retrofit your home to be wheelchair-accessible – or purchase a new home that is equipped with ramps, wide doorways, and other features. In most cases, structured settlement payments are insufficient to cover the cost of a down payment. That’s where litigation loans can prove useful.
With the help of a legal loan company like LawStreet Capital, a plaintiff may sell structured settlement periodic payments for an immediate one-time payment. You can choose to sell your entire settlement or just a portion, depending on how much cash you need right now and the size of your structured settlement.
A legal funding company you can count on
LawStreet Capital provides litigation loans of all kinds. Whether you need structured settlement loans or advance funding for a pending matter, we offer the country’s lowest interest rates and absolutely no hidden fees. Our application is free and there are no strings attached. If you aren’t happy with our offer, you don’t have to accept. Remember, litigation loans aren’t actually loans but rather, a cash advance on your pending award of damages. Therefore, you won’t have to jump through the usual hoops, like employment verification or credit checks, associated with true loan applications.
Please give us a call. Our knowledgeable staff is always available to answer any questions you may have and to help you fill out your application. Or, if you’re ready now, you can begin the process with the application to the right of the screen. Call us toll-free at 1- 800-345-8500.