Dog Bite Lawsuit Loans

Settlement Advances for Plaintiffs Involved in Litigation From Serious Dog Attacks
Dog Bites

Combined, Pit Bull attack, Rottweiler attack, German Shepard attack, Presa Canario attacks and their mixes account for over 74% of all reported dog attacks; 68% of dog attacks on children, 82% of attacks on adults and 65% of all fatal dog attacks.

If you’re looking for lawsuit funding or a lawsuit loan on a dog bite lawsuit, we can help.

Although we Americans love our pets, the fact is, there are a lot of unsafe animals out there; dogs especially. up to make matters worse, there are far too many irresponsible dog owners who simply do not do nearly enough to secure their animal(s) or to adequately control their unruly animal’s behavior.

Oftentimes, the term ‘dog bite’ does not adequately describe the seriousness of a dog mauling or vicious dog attacks that can tear flesh, break or crush bones, mutilate a person’s face and/or body and cause life-long fear and emotional scarring. Dog bites frequently affect the victim both psychologically and physically.

Vicious Dog Attacks

TriMark Legal Funding LLC offers fast, affordable, 100% risk-free lawsuit settlement funding and pre settlement cash advances for plaintiffs who were victims of dog bites, dog mauling and dog attacks, from which they received serious personal injuries and are currently involved in dog bite lawsuits.

In a lot of areas, it seems like personal injury lawsuits are the American Way. Unfortunately however, with dog bites and dog attacks at nearly epidemic proportions, litigation appears to be the only effective or meaningful way to get many dog owners to pay attention and start being more responsible for their dogs. Dog bite lawsuits are generally litigated as premises liability under homeowner insurance policies, however some states require owners of certain dangerous or vicious dog breeds to carry separate liability insurance for their animals; i.e. dog bite insurance.

Dog Bite Lawsuit Settlement Loans

TriMark Legal Funding LLC provides lawsuit loans on serious personal injury cases including dog bites, with an emphasis on ‘serious’. All cases submitted for funding must meet the following requirements:

  1. Lawsuit filed and be represented by a contingent fee attorney.
  2. Plaintiff must have significant physical injury; Scuffs, scratches, minor bite injuries, bruising and emotional injury, stress or duress without significant physical injury is ineligible.
  3. Reasonable expectation of $25K minimum damage recovery.

Serious dog attacks often leave victims disfigured and even permanently disabled, so it’s normal for people who have been bitten by a dog or been the victim of a dog mauling to be off work for a significant period of time to recover. As a result, they can frequently be in immediate need of extra money to pay for bills, living expenses and medical treatment, etc. Lawsuit loans can give plaintiffs the money they need now to regain control and get their lives back on track.

Settlement Funding Could Put Cash In Your Hands In As Little As 24-48 Hours

A lawsuit loan or lawsuit pre settlement funding can give plaintiffs the money they need now from their future lawsuit settlement that they can use immediately to get their lives back on track.

TriMark Legal Funding LLC has grown to be one of the leading and most highly respected lawsuit cash and law firm financing providers in the United States. We can offer plaintiff funding in as little as 24 to 48 hours with your attorney’s cooperation.

Pre settlement funding can be a big help in balancing tough negotiations by demonstrating to the defense that you have the wherewithal to stay in the fight to the very end. It can also give your personal injury attorney the extra time he may need to negotiate the largest and most appropriate settlement possible. This is especially true if the defense lawyers are using delay tactics to try and force a plaintiff into accepting a low ball offer.


Does your dog attack lawsuit qualify for a lawsuit advance? Call now to find out or apply online!