USClaims is a pre-settlement financing firm that specializes in helping people who have been hurt by another’s negligence. We provide our clients with the financial support they need to pay their bills and give their attorney the time they need to fight for a fair settlement.
On average, personal injury cases take upwards of three years to reach settlement. If you’re unable to work or your insurance won’t pay the high costs of medical care, how are you going to put food on your table, gas in your car, and clothes on your back? How will you pay your utility bills and avoid foreclosure during the lengthy legal process?
Insurance companies anticipate your situation, and that’s why they sometimes drag out the settlement process. They have the resources to wait, and they know you likely don’t. They’re betting that you’ll accept lesser compensation if it means you can receive your settlement quickly.
At USClaims, we offer pre-settlement financing to personal injury victims of auto accidents, workplace and construction accidents, premises liability, and medical malpractice. We help you pay your bills while your lawyer fights for the settlement you deserve.
USClaims is one of the oldest and most established pre-settlement finance firms in the country. With over a decade of experience and thousands of clients helped, we’re recognized as the industry leader in pre-settlement financing. We pride ourselves on our low rates, high ethical standards, and clear agreement terms. We’ve been voted Best Case Funding by readers of The Legal Intelligencer, and we’re proud members of the American Legal Funding Association.
What we do is simple – we provide you with the financial support you need, and when your claim is resolved, we collect our purchase of the proceeds of your claim. Our rates are the lowest in the industry – up to 75 percent less than other companies – and our settled claims fees start as low as 2 percent per month.
Our application process is easy, and once approved, we can get you the cash you need in 24 hours or less. If your case is unsuccessful, you don’t owe us anything – no recovery means no repayment. We share the risk with you, and we’ll work with you and your attorney to build a plan to fit your individual needs.
Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.