Involved in a Workers’ Comp Case?

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Involved in a Workers’ Compensation Lawsuit?

Get cash while your case settles

  • Up to $100,000.

  • Cash in 24 hours.

  • Pay only if you Win.

  • No Credit Check Required.

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Why get workers comp lawsuit loan?

Glofin helps you minimize the physical, mental and emotional stress that a work-related injury can cause by providing a pre-settlement loan on your pending workers’ compensation lawsuit. Often called a workers’ compensation loan, we offer no-risk cash advances to provide injured plaintiffs with immediate financial support.

Glofin will work with you to ensure that your mortgage, rent and other bills are taken care of. We understand that your workers’ compensation case may take a while to settle. When we commit to providing workers’ comp loans that are 100% risk-free, we mean it. No matter how much money you need to cover your expenses, you don’t have to worry about paying us back – even if you lose your case.

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Glofin can provide pre-settlement cash advances for a range of workers’ compensation settlements, including:

  • Overexertion
  • Slips, trips, and falls
  • Dangerous contact with equipment
  • Dangerous contact with an object
  • Workplace violence
  • Injuries caused by a co-worker
  • Workplace vehicle accidents
  • Exposure to dangerous chemicals
  • Injuries due to fire or explosion
  • Injuries caused by an animal bite
  • Injuries caused by electrocution

Glofin can only provide workers’ compensation lawsuit funding for claims that occur in the following states: Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Vermont. All other states are not covered.