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- Pay Only If You Win
- No Credit Score Required
- We Discuss Your Claim With Your Attorney.
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How Do Lawsuit Loans Work?
If you’re a plaintiff in a lawsuit, remember this term: “Without recourse”. It’s legal jargon that basically means, “You don’t have to pay it back.” The money you receive from Tribeca Lawsuit Loans isn’t really a loan at all.
We’ll give you the money if we take your case on — while you’re still in the midst of your lawsuit — and only get paid back from part of the settlement funds if you win.
Our legal experts will meet with your lawyers and discuss your case. If you’re offered lawsuit funding, you can feel confident of winning your case. But it doesn’t matter. You’ll be paid either way.
Please fill out our no-obligation application form and learn more about our lawsuit cash loans.
When you’re in the middle of a lawsuit there are at least two things you don’t know: whether you’ll win and when you’ll get paid if you do.
Three Steps To Your Cash Advance
Tribeca Lawsuit Loans will consider funding any type of lawsuit for financial lawsuit funding. Ask our experts about your case and get your cash now.
Step 1: APPLY
Submit your application
Step 2: REVIEW
Our team will review
Step 3: FUNDING
Tribeca sends a contract detailing
terms of funding. Cash is distributed
quickly and securely.
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Tribeca Lawsuit Loans charges simple interest and capped deals unlike our competitors. Truth is, if you lose your case, you owe us nothing.
From wrongful death to personal injury, Tribeca Lawsuit Loans will consider funding any type of lawsuit for financial lawsuit funding. Ask our experts about your case and get your cash now.
Cases That We Fund
Call us toll-free at 866-388-2288 to speak with a friendly pre-settlement funding specialist today.
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Personal injuries can be life altering events, and personal injury lawsuits are notorious for taking a long time to work through courts or settlement negotiations. On top of that, there are state specific laws and requirements that can affect your settlement.
States in the US follow either a fault-based
system, or a no-fault-based system.
The amount of damages you suffered will
serve as an upper limit to the amount
you can recover in a settlement or
a lawsuit. Some states have a
cap on noneconomic damages
in personal injury cases.
The most common state laws that can impact your eligibility for personal injury pre-settlement funding are statute of limitations laws. In some states, you can have as little as a year to file a lawsuit for a personal injury claim.
Allows injured plaintiffs to
pursue compensation from
any parties who were at fault.
Fault does not bear significance
in seeking compensation; your
personal injury protection (PIP)
insurance covers compensation.
States With Cap
States With No Cap
have a much stronger chance of winning a personal
injury case. In some states, you may still obtain
personal injury legal funding with martial liability,
but in at-fault states, this usually isn’t possible.
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After writing a compelling essay on whether litigation financing increases access to justice, Joshua Victor has been awarded the Tribeca Capital Group Scholarship for 2021. The world of lawsuit lending is complex, and Victor discussed three obstacles he believes can hinder the equitable use of lawsuit loans when pursuing justice.