USClaims specializes in assisting personal injury victims with mature claims and confirmed insurance.
Our pre-settlement financing services cover several types of personal injury litigation, including:
Every year, 2.3 million people are injured and nearly 43,000 are killed in automobile accidents.
Workplace and Construction Site Accidents
Nearly 4.1 million workplace injuries occur annually.
Premises and Slip and Fall Accidents
Slip and fall injuries are the third highest cause of workplace injuries and the single highest cause of emergency room visits.
Medical malpractice is the third leading cause of death in America.
Surgery funding can provide patients/plaintiffs with a pending personal injury claim the cash they need to move forward with a medical procedure.
State and federal employment discrimination laws prohibit employers from taking actions against job applicants and employees that are unlawfully based on certain attributes unrelated to their job performance.
State & Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit
State and federal civil rights laws prohibit government entities and private parties from discriminating against people based on race, sex, age, disability, national origin, religion, or certain other characteristics.
Getting to an appeal court can take years, severely straining plaintiffs’ finances. Financial assistance can help make ends meet during an appeal.
Whistleblowing and Qui Tam
Whistleblowers expose 43 percent of the fraud perpetrated on the government by dishonest contractors.
Mass Transit Accidents
Travel by train, bus, ferry, subway, metro and other forms of mass transit generally is safe, but when something goes wrong, it often goes terribly wrong. Families who have lost loved ones also may have lost a breadwinner, and injured survivors may face large medical bills and loss of income.
Under FELA, you can receive payment for past and future lost wages, medical expenses that are not covered by insurance, decreased earning power, and pain and suffering.
USClaims does not currently provide funding to consumers residing in Arizona, Arkansas, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, or Vermont. Additional restrictions may apply. Call for details.