Struggling to manage bills due to a car accident that wasn't your fault? Our car accident cash advance can be your solution. At CXS Capital, we ensure you receive the cash you need within 24 hours upon approval. Call us at 954-228-3086 for details.
Car accidents, whether minor fender-benders or more severe, can lead to significant injuries and rightful claims for compensation. When you're the victim seeking justice, you often engage an attorney, unaware that legal proceedings can stretch for months. What happens then? Especially if your injuries have left you unable to work, the financial obligations don't pause – car payments, rent, utilities, food, and more. The good news: assistance is available precisely when you require it.
They’re called legal fundings, also known as lawsuit loans. Basically, it is a cash advance on the future settlement from your lawsuit… a legal funding isn’t a windfall of cash, but a portion (usually 10% to 20%) of the expected case value. That is cash that you can use today. And as mentioned if your application is approved, CXS Capital can get the cash to you in about 24 hours!
Ah, but the big question is, what if you lose your case, how are you supposed to pay back the cash advance? The better news is, if you do lose your case you don’t pay it back. That’s because the legal funding is a non-recourse transaction, which is a fancy term for not having to repay the advance if you lose your lawsuit.
While there are many things that we look at regarding your personal injury lawsuit to see if you qualify for a legal funding, there are 3 main questions we ask about your case:
If your case can meet these qualifications, then there is a great chance we can fund you.
CXS Capital does not provide pre-settlement legal funding in the following States: Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, District
of Columbia, Illinois, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Missouri, Minnesota Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina,
Oklahoma, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia.
CXS Capital does NOT fund Workers Compensation cases.