Cash Loans Available For Lawsuits
Author: Lisa Colangelo
In a world where legal action and lawsuits abound, there is cash relief for victims of car accidents, personal injury, workers compensation, etc. in the form of a cash loan against their pending lawsuit.
A cash loan offers plaintiffs a way to finance their day to day living expenses with cash they will eventually claim against the outcome of their settlement. Many times those injured in accidents are the sole breadwinners. When their health and mobility is compromised, they're unable to pay their bills.
Their options are limited: they could borrow from the bank, but the bank expects a monthly payment on a cash loan; they could max our their credit cards, but still, a check needs to be sent every four weeks to cover the costs; they could get a cash loan from friends and family, but that has the capacity to strain long-formed relationships. When there is no money to make monthly payments, plaintiff's lapse into a crisis situation where a cash loan is essential!
When a cash loan is needed, help is available. By taking a cash loan against their pending lawsuit, plaintiffs can ease the strain of financial burden and not be out of pocket with money they don't yet have! Best of all, the cash loan is non-recourse. If the plaintiff doesn't win their lawsuit, they don't have to pay anything back.
For most plaintiffs, a cash loan has saved them from losing their homes, helped them pay their medical bills, and kept them out of bankruptcy. A cash loan against one's lawsuit is a little known service and plaintiffs need to understand that there's a place to turn in their time of need.
For more information visit http://www.OasisLegal.com
About the author: With a strong creative writing background, Lisa Colangelo has spent years in the marketing department at Oasis Legal Finance. Through writing press releases, articles, newsletters, web site copy and other creative pieces, Lisa continues to inform the corporate and private sector about the benefits and importance of litigation financing.
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