Workers Comp Lawsuit Loans and Pre Settlement Loans
Is It Just Me, Or Is My Workers Comp Settlement Taking FOREVER?”
Do You Qualify For A Workers Comp Loan?
There are millions of workplace accidents and workplace injuries each year. If you’ve been injured at work and have an accepted work comp claim, TriMark Legal Funding LLC offers pre settlement loans up to $50,000 on pending workers comp settlements in about 24 different states throughout the United States.
If you’ve had an accident at work and been injured on the job and are waiting for a workers comp insurance settlement, you already know it can take a long, long time to get your money. Most state’s work comp boards seem to have only 2 speeds; slow and stopped. And since your injury at work, you will only receive a fraction of your regular pay as compensation for injuries, if you’re going to be out of work for very long you’ll probably need some help filling the financial gap and keeping your head above water.
If you meet ALL of these conditions, you should be eligible for a “workers comp loan”:
- You must have retained a contingent fee attorney who is willing to cooperate
- You must have an accepted workers comp claim for work related injuries
- The state where the incident occurred / is being litigated must appear on the list below
- You must not have any outstanding child support liens
- You must not have taken any prior cash advances (we do not do buyouts on work comp)
If all 5 conditions are not met, YOU WILL NOT BE APPROVED FOR A CASH ADVANCE.
These states ARE ELIGIBLE for Workers Comp loans:
If you and your case are in these states, you CAN APPLY for a workers comp advance
Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas,
Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma (pre 2/1/14 only),
South Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont, Washington & West Virginia
These states ARE NOT ELIGIBLE For Workers Comp funding:
If you or your case are in these states, you CANNOT APPLY for a cash advance
Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Utah & Virginia
ONE EXCEPTION: If, in addition to your WC case, you also have a separate 3rd party lawsuit (slip and fall or product liability for example) that is being handled by either the same or a different lawyer, and there are serious injuries associated with it, we can usually fund against that case.
Workers Comp Advances
TriMark Legal Funding LLC is one of the nation’s premier lawsuit financing and settlement loan providers. We offer fast, affordable, risk-free lawsuit cash advances from $500 to $50,000 – often in as little as 24 to 48 hours – for plaintiffs expecting workers comp insurance settlements from their workers comp lawsuits in 22 different states.
Millions of Americans are injured on the job each year. When it happens, most rely on benefits from their state’s worker comp Insurance while they are recovering from their injuries.
If you are a plaintiff involved in a work comp case or lawsuit and are represented by an attorney, you may be eligible for an easy non-recourse settlement advance on your pending settlement which you will pay back ONLY if you win or settle your claim. And if you don’t win your workers compensation injury settlement, you don’t repay the advance!
Most people involved in workers comp lawsuits are simply unaware that they can often get worker’s compensation settlement funding before their case settles.
Work comp pre settlement funding can give you access to a significant portion of your worker’s compensation settlement right now with no waiting. And since it’s your money, you can use it any way you choose; pay bills, rent, car payment – whatever you need the money for right now.
One of the chief complaints about state workers compensation board proceedings around the country is that people who are waiting on worker comp insurance settlements say they can be notoriously slow and very frustrating.
Links To State Workers Compensation Commission Websites
Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Vermont and West Virginia