Are you waiting for the settlement of your police brutality lawsuit? Bridge the financial gap with a pre-settlement loan from Tribeca Lawsuit Loans.
Law enforcement officers abuse their power in many instances by using force that is not fit for purpose, or not respecting a citizen’s rights. Most of the time, these events will leave you emotionally if not also physically scarred. It can lead to you not being able to work and as a consequence, you lose your job. Unable to pay your regular household bills, and not being able to afford a much-needed surgery, will leave you in a situation that is unbearable. Luckily, a 100% risk-free pre-settlement loan from Tribeca Lawsuit Loans will remove the financial stress so you can pay your bills, support your family and get the medical treatment you need.
How Do Pre-settlement Loans Work?
For the entire length of your lawsuit, a pre-settlement loan will cover your living expenses or any other outgoings you might have. Pre-settlement loans are not your typical loans as they do not require you to pay monthly installments. This is in contrast to classical loans, where each month you make installments to repay the principal and interest. Pre-settlement loans, on the other hand, are only repayable when you receive your police brutality or police misconduct settlement, until this time you are not expected to repay a financial lender, like Tribeca Lawsuit Loans.
How Do I Repay My Pre-settlement Loan If I Lose My Lawsuit?
Pre-settlement loans are repayable out of the settlement received at the end of a lawsuit. It is a risk the pre-settlement lender takes as they believe in your case and want to help you get through this terrible time. Pre-settlement loans have a no-win-no-fee structure, therefore if you do not win, you are not obliged to repay the balance of the pre-settlement loan. This is because these non-traditional loans are non-recourse, which translates to you not being obligated to repay the pre-settlement loan in case you do not win.
How Long Will It Take To Get My Money?
Pre-settlement loan applications with Tribeca Lawsuit Loans have a quick turnover. Tribeca Lawsuit Loans can have your cash advance sent to you within 24 hours upon approval of your legal funding. You can start your application with just one phone call to initiate the process, after which Tribeca Lawsuit Loans and your lawyer will do the rest.
Evidence Supporting Your Case
In this day and age more and more police officers are wearing body-worn cameras and most people have a camera at hand to film a suspicious police encounter. This supplies the court with strong evidence making it more likely for you to win your case. Therefore, legal lending companies are more inclined to take on your case as the likelihood is higher of them being reimbursed out of the settlement award.
Tribeca Lawsuit Loans knows every case has a different set of circumstances and therefore deserves an individual assessment. With different types of police misconduct, often police brutality claims are for victims that have been submitted to several.
Police brutality settlements can range from $500,000 to over $6,000,000 depending on the severity and combinations of misconducts, the following are a few types:
Unreasonable Search and Seizure
A police officer is allowed to conduct a search that involves only patting you down, and they must have reasonable suspicion. They do not have the right to search you or even enter your home, without a warrant, or do a body cavity search unless you are actually under arrest.
Malicious prosecution is when the police officer in question has malicious intent towards you and has started criminal proceedings with the lack of probable cause. The law specifically states that no individual should be submitted to the emotional or financial stresses that come with criminal prosecution if there is no legitimate basis for it.
False Arrest or False Imprisonment
If you have been taken into custody and the law enforcement officer does not have any legal justification in the form of probable cause or an arrest warrant, you are entitled to file a claim for false arrest.
Violation of Detainee Rights
When arrested, you are completely submitted to the law enforcement officers, they are therefore obliged to protect you from harm and keep you safe from any psychological and physical harm. When law enforcement officers have neglected to provide adequate food, water, medical treatment, shelter, or protection from other detainees, and as a direct result you have suffered an injury, whether physical or psychological, you have legal grounds to start a police misconduct lawsuit.
Excessive force is relative to the circumstances of the encounter. Meaning the reason for the arrest, and the manner as to which the person in question responds to the police and their demands. Even though it can be reasonable for a police officer to exert a certain degree of force when trying to detain a person, they should not use more force than is necessary. If you were unarmed, you should not be roughed up or hurt if you are following the law enforcement’s directions.
Even if you’ve been handcuffed too tight is a form of excessive force, with 12,4% of police misconduct lawsuits filed over a 2.5 year period were for too tight handcuffs. Of these 36% were offered police misconduct settlements totaling $2.4 million over 106 police misconduct lawsuits.
Apply Now With One Phone Call
Are you in the midst of a police misconduct lawsuit or a police brutality lawsuit? Make sure you are able to pay your bills and put food on the table for your family, with a cash advance form a pre-settlement loan offered by Tribeca Lawsuit Loans. These no-win-no-fee types of legal funding are only repayable when you see your police misconduct settlement award.
We assess all police brutality or misconduct applications on an individual basis. Call us now to discuss your options on a no-commitment basis. Once your lawyer has confirmed the necessary details of your case, we can have your cash advance sent to you within 24 hours.
Call us now on 866-388-2288 or fill out the online form.