DO ATTORNEYS RECOMMEND A LAWSUIT ADVANCE?
Nowadays, lawsuit financing is becoming more and more common. Experts in the industry reported over 25,000 requests for settlement loans reaching their desk every month. With this increased demand, a significant number of attorneys now recommend financing as an option to their clients. Over the past decade, this form of financing was a topic most attorneys knew absolutely nothing about. However, it’s an extremely popular choice nowadays and attorneys are realizing the increasing need for this assistance. Often times, many of these attorneys realize that without lawsuit financing, their clients would not be able to continue the litigation process.
Although there are still many attorneys who are hesitant to make such recommendations to their clients, that number is steadily decreasing. The reason why is that more and more of their clients are finding the litigation process to be a financial strain. At first glance, some might feel that lawsuit financing is unnecessary. However, often times one is severely injured, which means they are unable to work or have to work less. Bills pile up and they are unable to provide for their family as they previously had done.
If you are having financial difficulties and in threat of losing your home, car, or family, you might find yourself seeking lawsuit financing with Glofin Credit, LLC. Lawsuit financing often allows plaintiffs to continue to pay living expenses, keep their home and drive their car. If your attorney hasn’t already consulted with you on this form of financing, contact Glofin Credit, LLC today at 866-709-1100 or apply below.
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The information contained in this article is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice as Glofin is not a law firm. You should always consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation.