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AB-Lawsuit Funding Cash Advance Terms and Conditions

Lawsuit Funding Terms of Use

Lawsuit Funding is a way of obtaining funds while involved in litigation. A Lawsuit Funding Cash Advance helps level the playing field between you (the Plaintiff) and financially secure defendants. A Lawsuit Funding Cash Advance allows you to receive a portion of your expected recovery or lawsuit settlement to use in any way you choose.

LAWsuit LOAN$ 911 offers “non recourse” Lawsuit Cash Advances (loans) which do not have to be paid back if there is no money recovered from your lawsuit. Information about Lawsuit Funding Cash Advances in general and Lawsuit Financing options available from LAWsuit LOANS 911 are presented on this site. While an application for a Lawsuit Cash Advance is open to anyone who meets the criteria outlined on this site, approval for Lawsuit Financing is not automatic. Individuals and companies seeking Lawsuit Financing must qualify as determined by our team of Lawsuit Financing Professionals.

At LAWsuit LOANS 911 we make every effort to make the Lawsuit Financing and Plaintiff Cash Advance process simple. This site and our Lawsuit Financing services are available subject to the terms and conditions listed. If you are comparing lawsuit financing services note that there are substantial differences between the experience, terms and service of Lawsuit Loans 911 and other Lawsuit Financing Services. Your attorney can counsel you on Lawsuit Financing. If your attorney is unfamiliar with lawsuit financing he/she should call our office for assistance.

ADDITIONAL TERMS & CONDITIONS

Terms and Conditions
Lawsuit Financing amounts will vary and are determined by specific underwriting criteria on a case-by-case basis. The attorney handling your case must cooperate with the Lawsuit Financing transaction. Lawsuit Loans 911 does not provide Lawsuit Financing in the state of North Carolina, Maryland and Colorado; and chooses not to provide lawsuit financing for Workmen’s Compensation cases in the states of Alaska, Arizona, California, Idaho, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming, and Washington, DC. Your use of this website is governed by the following terms and conditions. By accessing this site you indicate your acceptance of these terms and conditions. If you do not agree to these terms and conditions do not use this website or download any materials from it. Lawsuit Financing and Lawsuit Funding Cash Advances are the main topics of this site.

Disclaimers
No Attorney-Client Relationship or Legal Advice:
Any information, documents, or other material (hereafter, “information”) on our website about Lawsuit Financing or other topics are for informational purposes only. We are not providing legal advice to you and your review or consideration of any information about Lawsuit Financing on our website is not intended to (and does not) create an attorney-client relationship between you, us, or any other parties. Likewise, any information submitted by you to Lawsuit Loans 911 through this site (or any other means) does not create an attorney-client relationship between you, us, or any other parties. You should consult with your attorney if you need advice regarding any information contained on our website concerning our lawsuit financing and Lawsuit Funding Cash Advance Services.

Links to Other Websites
Non-Lawsuit Loans 911 resources that can be reached from the hypertext links on our website are not under our control. These links are provided only as a convenience. Lawsuit Loans 911 is not responsible for the contents of any of these other websites. The inclusion of any link on this site does not imply an endorsement, recommendation or approval of any non-Lawsuit Loans 911 site. The sites may contain information about Lawsuit Financing or other topics related to plaintiffs.

No Warranties
This website and all information contained on it regarding Lawsuit Financing, Lawsuit Funding Cash Advances and related topics is provided on an “as is” basis. Lawsuit Loans 911 makes no warranties, representations or claims of any kind relating to the information contained on or available through our site.

Limitation of Liability
Use of this site is at your own risk. We make no representation that the information on this site is accurate, complete, or correct regarding Lawsuit Financing or other legal matters. Lawsuit Loans 911 is not responsible for any errors or omissions in this site’s content. Information about Lawsuit Financing or other related topics may be modified, improved, or deleted without notice. We disclaim any and all liability for any damages or other consequences arising from or relating to any information on our website or the use or performance of our website under any circumstances.

Applicable Laws
This site is operated by Lawsuit Loans 911 under applicable law. Accessing the information or other material on this site from countries or territories where this content is illegal is prohibited. If you choose to access this site you do so on your own initiative and are responsible for compliance with applicable local laws including those for Lawsuit Financing and Lawsuit Funding Cash Advance Services, if any. Any claim arising out of or relating to use of this site or any information on it, particularly regarding Lawsuit Financing, shall be governed by the laws of the State of Florida.

Changes in Terms and Conditions
Lawsuit Loans 911 may revise these terms and conditions at any time. You should visit this page from time to time to review the current terms and conditions because they are binding to you. Certain provisions of these terms and conditions may be superseded by expressly designated legal notices or terms located on particular pages at this site. If you have any questions about the terms and conditions of this site please contact us here.

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  • Shannon McCabe

    I have submitted my application for a lawsuit loan/funding for my case that has been filed against my ex employer in the state of Oregon, and large hospital entity and one of the largest employers in the Pacific Northwest. I have retained an attorney on a contingency and we have submitted a demand letter as well as filed the relevant formal complaint with the governing agencies, the bureau of labor and industries For the state of Oregon and the EEOC. My case is in regards to discrimination and retaliation as well as violation of a whistleblower protection laws. My case is strong, my attorney is well respected and extremely experienced in this area of law. I am requesting a $5000 advance as for the state of Oregon and the EEOC. My case is in regards to discrimination and retaliation as well as violation of whistleblower protection laws. My case is strong, my attorney as well respected and extremely experienced in this area of law. I am requesting a $5000 advance as we are engaging in negotiations and are prepared to go to trial if needed. Because of the circumstances surrounding my unlawful separation with my employer, I have exhausted all resources and I’m faced with an inability to meet my financial obligations in the month of September. I have secured a new employment and have started this job, however my first paycheck will not be received until September 28, at which time I will need to utilize those funds to cover my October expenses. Again, my request for a $5000 advance is relevant to covering the costs of bills for the month of September. Please reach out to me to discuss my options and or advise. Thank you for your time and attention, Shannon McCabe

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