Our lenders are accepting settlement loan cases for all workers compensation claims
If you have been injured in a work related accident, you may be entitled to a workers’ compensation settlement loan. A worker’s compensation claim isn’t exactly a lawsuit against your employer, but rather a request to receive the benefits you deserve. The claim is typically made if the employee is unable to perform his or her duties because of the accident. While many worker compensation claims are filed each year throughout the U.S. it oftentimes take a lawyer to get you the benefits you deserve for your injury. If you are currently looking for a settlement loan for a workers compensation claim, begin by fill out our online application today. Our network of lenders are ready to compete for your business.
Some of the more common workers compensation claims that our lenders fund include but not limited to:
- Truck Drivers
- Tractor Trailer Drivers
- Bus Drivers
- Construction Workers
- Airline Workers
- Route sales
- Union Workers
- Delivery Workers
- Post office workers
- Office Workers
A workers compensation claim is extremely important for not only the employee but also the company. There are many cases in which workers rely on each other and it’s imperative that each employee is capable of doing his or her job without putting other workers in harms way. Furthermore, a company endangers itself of lowering employee moral if jobs slow and employees are not pulling their “slack.”
Getting hurt in a work related accident can be a traumatic experience. We understand that when an employee is unable to work it may take months before they receive compensation from their claim. For some people a lawsuit cash advance can help supplement loss wages so they can pay their ongoing living expenses.
Our workers compensation lenders can provide funding for most all work related injuries including:
- Catastrophic injuries
- Heart attacks
- Shoulder injuries
- Knee injuries
- Neck injuries
- Burns & scars
- Back injuries
- Brain injury
- Broken bones
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, CTS
- Stress related
- Sight and hearing loss
- Wrongful death
It is important if you have been injured at work that you make sure the accident has been documented by your company. You should immediately advise your supervisor that an accident has occurred and be ready to describe how the accident occurred and what injuries have been sustained. If other workers witnessed the accident, make sure you document this as well. If you are outside of the workplace (route sales, construction sites), you should write down the names of those people who also may have witnessed the accident.
It is best to write down a detailed report describing the incident and be sure to take photos of the accident including the workplace area. You will want to seek immediate medical treatment and make sure to get a copy of the medical report. This type of information is not only important to your employer but also for your worker compensation lawyer.
If you have hired an attorney to fight for your workers compensation benefits let us help secure you a settlement loan to help you in your time of need.
Our proven track record is good indication of why much of our business comes from our clients and lawyer referrals. Our success with past lawsuit funding cases should give you the confidence you need to have our lenders compete for your business. If you are searching for companies that provide non-recourse settlement loans so you don’t have to pay back the lawsuit loan in the event you lose, look no further. All of our lenders provide non-recourse funding which means you don’t pay back our lenders unless you are successful in receiving compensation.
Our Lawsuit settlement loan lenders are committed to getting you the lawsuit cash advances you deserve. If you are currently seeking a settlement loan for your Personal Injury, contact us today for to begin the process. If our lenders decide to take your case, they only get paid back if you get compensated!
We provide funding services throughout the United States for workers compensation cases. These are the states in which we provide workers compensation services: Alabama, Indiana, Montana, South Carolina, Connecticut, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, Delaware, Louisiana, New Hampshire, Tennessee, Florida, Maine, New Mexico, Vermont, Georgia, Michigan, North Dakota, West Virginia, Idaho, Mississippi, Ohio, Oklahoma, Illinois, Missouri and Rhode Island.