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Lawsuit Settlement Funding Firm Announces Christmas and Holiday Gift Card Promotion For December

-- Legal-Bay to give each lawsuit cash advance client a free gift card to be used at a retailer of their choice starting on "Black Friday" after Thanksgiving and going through December 31, 2012

NEW YORK, Nov. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Online shoppers starting on Black Friday can find an immediate bargain on a lawsuit cash advance.  Legal-Bay, an industry leader in lawsuit funding, has created a one-time gift card offer for any and all clients that fund with Legal-Bay ending on December 31, 2012. 

Legal-Bay has been in the giving mood in 2012 funding hundreds of clients on various lawsuits, especially car and commercial truck accident funding, DePuy Hip, and Transvaginal or Vaginal Mesh product liability lawsuits.  Legal-Bay is expecting a brisk December for pre-settlement funding on these cases as clients look to access cash for Holiday Shopping from alternative sources than traditional means.  Legal-Bay's promotional gift card gives their clients an extra incentive to "shop" their lawsuit advance with them. 

Patty Kirby, Head of Client Relations, commented on the holiday cheer, "It is without question that we are a leader in DePuy and Transvaginal Mesh litigation funding in the industry.  We do this by offering exceptional customer service, fast approvals, and typically the lowest rates on all cases in the industry.  We have now added a promotion -unlike any of our competitors- that also gives something back to our clients at a time of the year when they needed it most.  What better way for a client who is looking for money to buy gifts, than to access funds from their lawsuit and get a free gift card on top of the cash advance?"

Legal-Bay said that any clients that fund for $1,000.00 or more will receive a minimum of a $50 gift card upon funding.  And clients receiving a lawsuit Christmas cash advance of over $10,000.00 will receive a minimum of $100 in a free gift card.  The gift card will be useable at any retailer of the client's choice. 

Legal-Bay has announced that they believe both the Johnson & Johnson DePuy Hip Recall and the Transvaginal Mesh litigation settlement news to pick up in early 2013.  Legal-Bay's legal contacts have estimated DePuy and Transvaginal Mesh settlement amounts to range from $150K to $500K or more on both of these cases, depending on many factors.  However, clients are not expected to receive actual funds until later in 2013 or 2014, which makes this holiday season a good time to access lawsuit funds.  Legal-Bay's lawsuit pre-settlement funding program is a cash advance and not a lawsuit loan.  Meaning, the funds are repaid out of a portion of the settlement amount only if the client wins the case. 

Clients who are interested in obtaining cash today before their case actual settles can apply for a free quote through Legal-Bay.  Funding approvals typically take 48 hours from the time the fee evaluation starts.  Clients who fund prior to Dec. 31, will also receive the free gift card promotion.   However, Legal-Bay urges clients to apply early as sometimes delays can occur from the plaintiff's law firm, especially during the Holidays.   

Lawsuit plaintiffs can apply online now at: lawsuitssettlementfunding.com or by calling Legal-Bay's toll free hotline where funding agents will be standing by 24 hours a day over the holiday funding season.

Contact:  Patty Kirby, Email [email protected]          

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