What We Fund

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:

Auto Accidents
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
Medical malpractice is the third leading cause of death in America.

Surgery Funding
Surgery funding can provide patients/plaintiffs with a pending personal injury claim the cash they need to move forward with a medical procedure.

Employment Discrimination
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.

Appeals
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.

FELA Matters
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.

Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycle accidents often result in serious injuries, and in some cases, these injuries can be fatal.

Bicycle Accidents
Even when bicyclists are wearing their helmets, the impact of a car can still cause serious injury. In some cases of bicycle accidents, the injuries are so severe that they’re fatal.

Pedestrian Accidents
A pedestrian is often no match for a moving vehicle. Even if a driver hits someone on foot at a slow speed, the damage can be significant and the end results are often tragic.

Boating Accident
Whether you were a passenger or operator of the boat, you may be pursuing monetary compensation in a personal injury lawsuit if a careless party was directly responsible for your boating accident.

Dog Bite Injury
The number of dog bites that occur each year is staggering, with the CDC reporting approximately 4.7 million dog bite cases annually.

Truck Accidents
According to data released from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, truck accident related fatalities are on the rise.

18 Wheeler Accident
Due to their size, getting involved in an auto accident with an 18 wheeler can be absolutely devastating. According to Truck Safety Coalition, more than 400,000 truck accidents occur in the United States every year.

Semi Truck Accident
Truckers may be solely liable for a semi truck accident when they are proved negligent; in other cases, the trucker’s employer can also be found liable in a semi truck accident.

Jackknife Accident
A jackknife accident can occur when a truck driver brakes too hard, causing the carriage of their vehicle to turn at a 90-degree angle.

Personal Injury
A personal injury lawsuit can arise in a number of situations, and when one party’s negligence results in the harm of another. Individuals, businesses, and product manufacturers are just some of the many examples.

Construction Site Accidents
Many victims of construction site accidents find themselves unable to work, whether temporarily or permanently. While waiting for a construction accident case to finalize, it can be stressful as bills and other expenses pile up.

Catastrophic Injury
Catastrophic injuries often result from serious, traumatic accidents that change the lives of the victims forever.

Spinal Cord Injury
Spinal cord injuries can result when there is trauma to the spine due to an accident or other serious incident.

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a very serious type of head injury that can result from a number of different types of accidents.

Dangerous Pharmaceutical Drugs
When it comes to prescription drugs, the government weighs heavily on regulation to ensure they are neither dangerous not defective.

Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect
The effects of nursing home abuse and neglect can terrorize a family both emotionally and financially – proving the abuse is an uphill battle that can sit in court for an extended period of time.

Broadside Collision Accident
Broadside collisions, also frequently known as T-bone collisions, occur when one vehicle hits the side of another.

Sideswipe Accident
A sideswipe accident involve two cars traveling in the same direction, with one car colliding into the side of the other.

Rear End Accident
Rear end accidents are one of the most common types of car accidents that occur. These types of accidents happen when one driver hits the back of another vehicle.

Recreational Accident Injury
Recreational accident injuries happen all the time. These are all common, unexpected, and often devastating.

Product Liability
While a product liability case seems like a simple case, it can actually be very complicated. Product liability cases take many forms and are often a result of injuries sustained that may not be your fault when using items.

Burn Injury
According to data from the American Burn Association, over 450,000 people are seen in emergency rooms, clinics, and physician’s offices every year for burn injury treatment.

Birth Injury
Birth injuries are defined as a complication that occurs during labor or during the delivery process. The most common birth injuries are due to improper medical technique on the obstetrician’s part.

USClaims does not currently provide funding to consumers residing in Arizona, Arkansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, Washington, D.C., or West Virginia. Additional restrictions may apply. Call for details.