The last thing plaintiffs need in this situation is a delay in funding. Prompt funding can mean the difference between keeping financial obligations current and drowning in debt.Read Press Release
Some litigation funding companies advertise low-interest rates (2% to 4%) but if you read the fine print, you see that these are monthly rates (not annual rates) and many charge high origination, case handling and underwriting fees--often burying fee verbiage in the small print of the contract.Read Press Release
Leading New Jersey & New York-Based Personal Injury and Family Law Firm Introduces New Personal Injury Department's 'Recent Personal Injury Case Successes' WebpageRead Press Release
Pre-settlement funding is one way to level the litigation playing field. When injured clients have funds available to pay for living expenses while their case is being resolved, they are less likely to push for an early settlement that is not in their best interest.Read Press Release
The sound of screeching tires, the scream of a kid, the wail of an ambulance are sounds none of us want to hear this summer. Unless we slow down on the gas pedal, look cautiously at crosswalks and share the road vigilantly with cars and bicycles, the chance of harm is ever greater, according to Dani Liblang, principal of the Liblang Law Firm in BirminghamRead Press Release
Plaintiffs who can't work because of an injury can often quickly run through their savings while waiting for their case to navigate through the legal system. Borrowing funds to cover living expenses is often out of the question and impractical.Read Press Release
The report is the first time that litigation win rates of companies have been published for comparison. In the near future, Premonition plans to release their findings on top litigants in other industries along with their win rates.