Oregon Pre-Settlement Loans
Delta Settlement Funding is the No. 1 provider of legal, fast pre settlement loans in Oregon. As you deal with your Oregon lawsuit, a risk-free lawsuit loan from Delta helps you fund other areas of your life while allowing your lawyers to wait for a better settlement offering.
Fast Pre-Settlement Loans Are Available In Oregon
- Quick application process
- Don’t pay if you lose
- Get cash within one day
- Guaranteed low rate
Do you have a personal injury lawsuit on your hands in the state of Oregon?
During many personal injury lawsuits, plaintiffs will often be faced with legal costs. However beyond legal costs, many people are faced with a lack of income due to their personal injury. This means that they are unable to pay personal expenses such as mortgage payments, medical bills, and other living expenses. Delta Settlement Funding can aid in helping you with a pre-settlement loan.
Due to the lengthy court battles that take place during a personal injury lawsuit, many people will be faced with the possibility of having to get a lower settlement than they deserve. Many people are forced to have to accept a lower settlement simply because it has become unaffordable to survive. This means that many plaintiffs require financial assistance.
Delta Settlement Funding can help you get the financial assistance you need anytime of day. Whether you’re at the beginning of your lawsuit or near the end, you can apply for financial assistance for free and quickly. Our simple approach to the idea of pre-settlement funding means that you can go for the settlement you deserve.
Oregon Pre-Settlement Funding Requisites
To attain settlement funding we require your name, your phone number, and your attorney’s contact information in order to apply for legal funding in Oregon.
- No Background Credit Checks
- Delta Settlement Funding does not look into your credit history or consider it in order to offer you a cash advance.
- Simple Application Process
- Our application process takes mere minutes, and all we need is a conversation with you to fill out the paperwork.
- Only Pay Back When You Win
- Delta Settlement Funding’s pre settlement loans are non-recourse, which means that if you lose your lawsuit, you don’t have to pay back our cash advance.
Oregon Lawsuit Funding: Laws and Regulations
Important Oregon Legal Information
Avg. Funding per case from Delta Settlement Funding: $19,000 ($500 up to $2,500,000 depending on case value)
Fault Laws: Modified Comparative Fault – 51% Bar With own negligence, recovery will not be barred, but it may diminish right to damages. Or. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 31.600
Statute of Limitations: 2 years Ch. 12, Sec. 12.110
Minimum policy limits for bodily injury & property damage: $25,000 bodily injury per person; $50,000 bodily injury per accident; $20,000 property damage per accident
Minimum UIM auto insurance limits:Liability: 25/50/20 UM BI: 25/50 PIP: $15,000
Workers compensation eligibility: Eligible
Pursuing lawsuit funding/pre-settlement loans in Oregon is legal and can be applied to virtually all court cases. However should there be any consideration of a third party lender being involved in the outcome of the lawsuit, then the court will consider all possible outcomes of what motivated the lawsuit in the first place. As with many other states, plaintiffs are required to inform the court or third party lenders about prior loans relative to the case. Should it be determined that a plaintiff has already received funding for the same case, the funding will not be provided and the plaintiff will have to drop the case or settle for less than what was originally intended.
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Our team funded over $20 million to thousands of personal injury victims all over the country!
Oregon Personal Injury Law: How Does it Affect Legal Funding?
In Oregon a plaintiff has two years in which to file a claim in civil court. Should a plaintiff not engage in a lawsuit with the two year period after the accident then the plaintiff will be unable to receive a settlement nor engage in a civil suit. If your personal injury was a result of a state institution, state employee or any other state entity, you only have 180 days in which to pursue a court case.
Oregon engages in the modified comparative negligence rule for personal injuries. Your settlement will reflect the percentage by which you are to blame for your injuries. If the court holds you to be 20% responsible for an accident, you could lose 20% of your compensation. If you’re over 50% at-fault, you lose your right for a settlement entirely.
Oregon has a cap of amount of $4,000,000
Oregon applies what is known as the one bite rule. Dog owners are responsible for injuries caused by their dog. This only applies when a plaintiff or claimant can prove that the dog was harmless or harmful.
Oregon follows a fault-based rule for vehicle accidents.. Injured individuals in Oregon can get a settlement by filing a claim with their insurance policy, filing a claim with the at-fault insurance carrier, or filing a personal injury lawsuit in civil court against the person at fault.
Drivers must also have car insurance that can include: $25,000 liability coverage for bodily injury; $50,000 liability coverage; $25,000 liability coverage; $15,000 in personal injury protection coverage and uninsured motorist coverage of $25,000 per person and $50,000 total.
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Oregon Personal Injury Lawyers
Here are some of the many personal injury lawyers in Oregon who are waiting to take your case with professionalism and courtesy:
- Kenneth Kahn
- 1000 SW Broadway
- Suite 2300
Portland, OR 9720
- Brent Goodfellow
- 105 NE 4th Street
- McMinnville, OR 97128
- Joshua Walter Hunking
- 566 Van Buren Ave
- Corvallis, OR 97330
- Gary R. Johnson
- 747 SW Mill View Way
- Bend, OR 97702
- Don Corson
- 940 Willamette Street Suite 500
- Eugene, OR 97401
- Byron T. Farley
- 110 Madrona Ave SE
- Salem, OR 97302
Oregon Car Accident and Fatality Statistics
Oregon has a low amount of fatalities, with only 10.5 deaths per 100,000 of the population. Just over half (51%) of the drivers killed were related to alcohol
Delta Settlement Funding offers pre-settlement loans to plaintiffs who have been involved in an accident. Some of the types of cases we have dealt with include:
- Car Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Bus Accidents
Talk to someone here at Delta Settlement Funding in Oregon to an evaluation of your case and learn more about pre-settlement funding in Oregon
Oregon Pre-Settlement Funding FAQs
How do you qualify for an Oregon pre-settlement loan?
No matter the circumstance, you can qualify for a pre-settlement loan if you have sustained injuries that were due to actions of another person or entity. Should you have been injured in Oregon, you are welcome to apply with Delta Settlement Funding.
How does the loan work?
We market it as a pre-settlement loan though it is in fact a cash advance against the final amount of your settlement. You can pay back your cash advance once your case has been settled and you have been paid out. When it comes to paying back your loan, you will only be contacted by Delta Settlement Funding should you be successful in your lawsuit and you receive a settlement.
How should I spend my pre-settlement loan/cash advance?
There are many ways that you can use the cash you receive from Delta Settlement Funding. Many plaintiffs find that their money must be used for not only legal costs but also mortgage/rent payments, medical bills as well as other living expenses. Delta Settlement Funding does not restrict the manner in which you spend.
Apply For A Pre-Settlement Loan In Oregon
Our loan specialists are ready to speak to you about applying today. Our team will always handle your case with courtesy, professionalism and confidentiality. Call us today to find out more about how a pre-settlement loan/cash advance can benefit you!
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