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What Pre-Settlement Funding is – and is Not

By USClaims

When a USClaims client who is facing a long and difficult legal battle against a deep-pocketed defendant receives a payment check from us, that client makes no promise to “pay back” USClaims. That’s because pre-settlement funding is properly categorized as a sale of an asset, not a loan.

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Funding Justice for All

By USClaims

The insurance industry wants you – and our elected officials – to believe that litigation funding providers fund “frivolous” lawsuits. The problem with that idea is that USClaims receives repayment of its litigation and pre-settlement funding only if the lawsuit in question is successful.

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Oklahoma SB-1016 Is a Win for the People of Oklahoma

By USClaims

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has been working hard to classify pre-settlement funding as a loan. They have been lobbying for various bills in 13 states that would essentially shut down the industry by enforcing unreasonably low rate caps.

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