Wisconsin Legal Funding
Wisconsin Pre-Settlement Loans – Right Here!
- Qualify in no time at all
- Your cash in about 24 hours
- Get the relief you need
- We’ve got the low rates you want
- You don’t pay if you don’t win
Are you waiting on a pending personal injury lawsuit, living in the state of Wisconsin?
Waiting on personal injury cases to settle can be a process that takes so much longer than any of us would expect. There are a lot of people out there who wait years for their settlements, and some get so tied up in legal paperwork that they never see their settlements before their personal financial resources are tapped. We can help you with this, though! No more games with the insurance companies. Rapid Lawsuit Funding can help you get the funding you need right now!
Insurance companies have the legal means to keep your settlement tied up for years. The hope is that you’ll eventually give up, or at least give in and accept a much lower settlement than you deserve. Unfortunately, many people do end up doing this because it can be an incredible financial strain to keep things going when you are waiting for a case to get settled. We know this and that’s why we offer this service. We want to see the people who need it get their money – and get the money that they deserve. No settling early for settlements that are much smaller than they should be. We want to see you get the money you deserve.
At any point in your settlement, we can get you going and started on getting the funds that you need to keep going while you wait for your settlement money to come in. There’s no way that you should need to go broke while you wait for the money that you’re entitled to. This is a very quick and easy process. The application process takes no time at all, and is mostly done through your attorney – who will have the time they need to get you the best settlement possible, once you’re financially able to stay afloat while they do what they do best. This is how you can survive while you’re waiting to receive your money.
Pre-Settlement Funding Requirements – Wisconsin
In Wisconsin, you just need to be personally injured, provide us with your attorney’s contact information, and you qualify for settlement funding.
- No Background Credit Checks
- Rapid Lawsuit 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
- Rapid Lawsuit 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.
Lawsuit Funding in Wisconsin – Laws and Regulations
Important Legal Information – Wisconsin
The average funding that we provide for cases in Wisconsin is $5500. This can vary
Avg. Funding per case from Nova Legal Funding $16,234 Nova can fund anywhere from $500 up to $2,500,000 depending on case value
Fault Laws: Modified Comparative Fault – 51% Bar Damages will be reduced by plaintiff’s fault, and barred completely where plaintiff is more negligent than defendant. Wis. Stat. § 895.045(1).
Statute of Limitations: 3 years Chapter 893, Sec. 893.54
Minimum policy limits for bodily injury & property damage: $25,000 bodily injury liability per person $50,000 bodily injury liability per accident $10,000 property damage liability per accident $25,000 uninsured motorist coverage per person $50,000 uninsured motorist coverage per accident
Minimum UIM auto insurance limits: Liability: 25/50/10 UM BI: 25/50
Workers compensation eligibility: Not eligible
It is completely ethical in Wisconsin for your attorney to advice you to apply for pre-settlement funding. No one wants to have to do this, but it’s a fantastic option for those who need it. When it comes to providing necessary guidance to plaintiffs, it is a concern with regards to the attorney’s ability to do this. The contract must also be legal, and it needs to be sure that when it comes to third party funding that there is no chance of there being a conflict of interest between the plaintiff and third-party funding.
Your attorney must be in good standing with regards to your litigation and proof of this needs to be presented. Also, third-party lenders are not to attempt to influence attorney decisions in any way that could cause a client to settle their case for less than the actual settlement value. These are very important considerations.
Any contract with a third-party lender must be very clearly outlined by the funders. This means that they must provide itemization of all costs including; one -time fees, total amount that needs to be repaid over 6 month intervals – up to 36 months, and the rate of return percentage fee. Any arrangement made between the plaintiff and a third-party funder must also be able to be cancelled within five business days of the funding being received, with no penalty or any further obligation. This must be included in the contract as well, and the plaintiff’s lawyer must carefully review this thoroughly with their client.
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This Is What Our Clients Say
There were a lot of different options that we looked at before deciding to go with Rapid Lawsuit Funding for our pre-settlement funding needs. We thought about loans, lines of credit, and other things that could completely change our financial situation – especially if the case were to drag out much longer, or we didn’t end up winning our lawsuit. We would have been in such a poor situation, and we would have needed to pay all of this money back. In the end, it didn’t take long at all for us to decide that Rapid Lawsuit Funding was the best way to go for us. It took all of the worries that we were having away, and we knew that once we paid back what we owed to them, and our legal fees, the rest was ours. Best choice we could have made. Edith & Ronald.
I had a friend who ended up in financial disaster after they took out a loan and ended up losing their case. This was the absolute worst I had heard of, and they had to start all over again financially. I didn’t want to end up in this boat, so I decided to go with Rapid Lawsuit Funding, and in no time all of my worries were gone. This was the way to go, and I managed to rest easy while the rest of my case was worked out, with no financial worries. – Scott
After losing my job, I was at a loss for what to do for the rest of my case, as I was waiting for my settlement to come through. I was considering taking the smallest settlement amount possible, and then I realized that I had another option, after hours of searching for answers online. I decided to contact Rapid Lawsuit Funding, and everything changed from that point on. I was able to secure a new job without sinking, and when I finally won my settlement, I didn’t have to worry about financial problems anymore. I’m so glad I didn’t decide to give up! – Wendy
Our team funded $25M+ to thousands of accident victims nationwide!
Wisconsin Personal Injury Law: How Does it Affect Legal Funding?
How to File A Claim Against the State in Wisconsin. Any injury or tort claim against the state government in Wisconsin must begin with the injured person filing a written notice of the claim with the attorney general within 120 days of the date of injury.
The statute of limitations in Wisconsin is 3 years, so you must file your lawsuits within that time frame, or you will lose any damages you are entitled to. If you file a claim against the Wisconsin government, you must begin by filing a written notice of the claim with the AG within no more than 120 days.
Pain and suffering in Wisconsin is determined by the extent of the injury, disfigurement or disability caused by the injuries, impairment of ability to perform regular activities, aggravation to conditions you are already dealing with, and the amount of economic loss suffered.
Wisconsin is a ‘fault’ state when it comes to car accidents. This being the case, it’s the person who is at fault who is responsible for any resulting harm. The at fault driver’s auto insurance will be completely responsible for absorbing these losses, up to the limits of the driver’s policy. It’s always important to understand the fault laws of any state you’re living in, so if you’re not already familiar with Wisconsin state laws, this is a good time to make sure that you fully understand them.
Notable Personal Injury Lawyers in Wisconsin
Here are some of the top personal injury lawyers based in Wisconsin who are waiting to take on your case:
- Mark A. Eisenberg
- 308 East Washington Avenue
- Madison, WI 53703
- David Gruber
- 100 E Wisconsin Ave #2800
- Milwaukee, WI 53202
- D. Tyler Fellows
- 900 South 10th Street Suite 1
- Manitowoc, WI 54221
- Ralph Tease
- 408 S. Monroe Ave
- Green Bay, WI 54301
- Robert E. Bellin Jr
- 4650 W Spencer St
- Appleton, WI 54914
- Russell D. Nicolet
- 511 2nd Street Suite 203
- Hudson, WI 54016
- Ali Ellefsen
- 310 Pinnacle Way, Suite 201
- Eau Claire, WI 54701
- Tom Fitzpatrick
- 123 7th Street S.
- La Crosse, WI 54601
Car Accident and Fatality Statistics in Wisconsin
The 2016 stats on vehicle accidents in Wisconsin are as follows; over 129,000 crashes in the state of Wisconsin. 97,461 lead to property damage, 31,066 lead to over 43,000 individuals being injured, and there were also over 520 fatal crashes, causing over 580 deaths.
Rapid Lawsuit Funding works with clients to provide legal funding for Wisconsin drivers who have been involved in various types of auto accidents. There are a number of different cases that we work with and those include:
- Car Accident Loans
- Bicycle Accidents
- Bus Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Tractor Trailer Accidents
Wisconsin Lawsuit Funding FAQs
How do I know if I qualify for a pre-settlement loan in Virginia?
All you need to do is provide your lawyers contact information to our specialists, and you’re on the way to getting your funds.
Are Funds Provided A Loan Or A Cash Advance?
They’re not exactly either, but they could best be considered to be cash advances. This is a cash advance that you pay back, so you could also see it as a loan in a sense, although the rate is much better than a lot of the loans you’ll be able to find out there – and if you don’t win your case, you don’t need to repay this loan, so that makes it special as well.
Does It Really Matter How I spend My Funding?
Of course it doesn’t matter how you spend the funds you receive, but we do suggest that you put the funds towards your immediate expenses, as well as any medical expenses, debts, etc that you may have.
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Have Some More Questions?
Call us toll-free at (800) 581-7202 and speak with one of our fantastic associates.