USClaims has been voted the #1 Law Firm Funding and among the best Litigation Funding Companies by the readers of the National Law Journal, an American Lawyer Media publication, in the publication’s “Best of 2013” survey. The firm also ranked among the best in the Litigation Funding category.
For each category, the winners were ranked by pure popularity among rival peers – the choice with the most votes won. The results were compiled by the sales and marketing staff of The National Law Journal.
Darryl Levine, president of USClaims, said, “USClaims is honored to serve the financial needs of litigants. We help them to meet their financial obligations so that personal injury attorneys can focus on the best outcomes for their clients. We are equally as honored to be voted the Best of 2013 by readers of the National Law Journal.”
Founded in 1996, USClaims is the longest continuously operating pre-settlement funding company in the U.S. It currently has $30 million in active funding and more than 3,000 clients. The firm operates by purchasing a portion of the anticipated proceeds of a claim and only receives repayment if a case is won.
USClaims provides no-risk financial support for personal injury victims pursuing catastrophic injury cases involving comparative negligence, defective products, drug injury, insurer misconduct, medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents, nursing home abuse, slip and fall, unsafe workplaces, and wrongful death, as well as whistleblower, class action and mass torts. USClaims partners with personal injury, Qui Tam and FELA attorneys to purchase a portion of the anticipated plaintiffs’ proceeds of mature claims, providing their clients with the means to pay bills and withstand long litigation periods until a settlement can be reached. A member of the Active American Legal Finance Association (ALFA), USClaims offers Client Award Protection, ensuring that client costs never exceed the value of a settlement. For more information or to apply for litigation funding support, contact USClaims today.