If you’ve been hurt at work, USClaims can help you get the money you need today.
Getting to an appeal court can take years, severely straining plaintiffs’ finances. Financial assistance can help make ends meet during an appeal.
Many plaintiffs head into litigation expecting to see a resolution to their case in the first courtroom. All too often, however, the case isn’t over regardless of whether a plaintiff won or lost the first time around. Appealing a court case can be complex, time-consuming and expensive, and can carry a severe financial one-two punch. A judgment could be tied up for years, and plaintiffs may face daily living costs, such as mortgage payments, car payments and utility bills, that they are unable to meet while the case drags on.
If you’re going through the appellate process and waiting for your civil or criminal appeal to settle in court and need financial assistance to cover your expenses, we can help. Contact USClaims to get appeal funding today.
When pursuing an appeal, it is essential to you have a skillful attorney with the proper resources and funding necessary to commit to your case. We can help you get the appeal funding you need. Common areas of appeal include:
- Federal appeals
- State court appeals
- Civil appeals
- Criminal appeals
- Supreme Court appeals
- Federal habeas corpus petitions
Defendants may try to leverage this situation to try to negotiate an unfair settlement of the case. Litigation funding during an appeal can make a critical difference for clients whose financial needs might otherwise force them to settle before a case can mature. Contact USClaims today to learn how we can help.
Pre-settlement funding for your personal injury claim
©2020 US Claims Opco, LLC. USClaims and the circular logo are trademarks of US Claims Opco, LLC
Currently, USClaims does not conduct business with residents of the European Union or the United Kingdom. If you are a resident of the EU/UK, DO NOT USE THE SITE. USClaims does not currently provide funding to consumers residing in Arizona, Arkansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Washington, D.C., or West Virginia. Additional restrictions may apply.
If you are using a screen reader and are having problems using this website, please call (877) 872-5246 or email firstname.lastname@example.org