|By PR Newswire||
|March 6, 2014 11:24 AM EST||
NEW YORK, March 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Money For Lawsuits, which has provided presettlement cash advances to personal injury plaintiffs for over a decade, has recently launched a new, easy-to-use website – http://moneyforlawsuits.com/.
The new website makes it easy for personal injury victims who are currently involved in a lawsuit to find information and apply for lawsuit funding to cover medical and living expenses while they await a judgment or settlement from their case.
Victims can learn about the various lawsuit funding options for different types of personal injury cases – including (but not limited to) transvaginal mesh cases, motor vehicle accident cases, hip replacement cases, FELA & Jones Act cases, and much more. Personal injury plaintiffs may also review a list of topics in the frequently asked questions (FAQs) section associated with lawsuit funding.
"When victims are injured by an accident, medical device, or pharmaceutical product, the unexpected financial stress of being unable to work can be devastating for both victims and their families. Victims need to be able to have their case tried fairly without financial pressure to settle and risk getting less than they need to heal from their injuries. Money for Lawsuits is proud to launch this new website, providing a fast, easy, and free way for plaintiffs to apply for and receive the funding they desperately need," states Money for Lawsuits Senior Counsel, Stephen Cerrato.
Plaintiffs can either call the toll-free phone number (888-747-8011), or complete the easy application form to get their lawsuit funding application started. Money for Lawsuits offers full non-recourse funding, meaning if victims lose their case, they will owe nothing. There are no employment checks or credit checks in order to apply. Money for Lawsuits offers some of the lowest rates in the industry and once approved, plaintiffs can receive funds within 24 hours.
Contact a specialist at Money For Lawsuits at: 888-747-8011, [email protected]
SOURCE Money For Lawsuits