Settlement funding can help you get cash while you wait for your attorney to litigate your railroad or FELA case. Train accidents can lead to serious injuries. Injuries sustained from such an incident could put you out of work.
Nova Legal Funding (NLF) is a lawsuit funding company that provides injured people with a cash advance on their future settlement. Instead of waiting, you can get cash now with settlement funding from NLF.
Trains are the oldest form of mechanical land transportation in the United States. They are still popular and carry many useful properties. The railroad and train systems are still popular in the United States. Recent research shows that combined, trains travel 1.5 million miles per day in the US alone.
The usefulness and efficiency of trains don’t come without negatives. Many injuries and deaths occur each year due to complication in train and railroad operations. If you’ve been injured on the job (FELA claim) or as a pedestrian or driver, you have the right to seek compensation via personal injury litigation. Successfully executing the lawsuit process from the moment you get injured are as such:
- Keep all evidence from scene of incident
- Collect credible eye witness testimony
- Don’t speak to anyone besides your attorney
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Settlement Funding for Railroad FELA Claims
If you’re employed to a railroad company and were injured on the job, you’re protected under the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA). This act was composed centuries ago to protect the interests of railroad employees. The law states that if your injuries are due to negligent behavior on the part of your employer, you are qualified to seek compensation for pain and suffering. Likewise, once you’ve hired an attorney you also immediately qualify for 24-hour settlement funding from NLF.
We provide settlement funding for the following types of railroad accidents and train accidents:
- Train collision
- Train derailment
- Train and car collision
- Slip and fall onto tracks
- Death of a loved one
- FELA railroad injury/ death
Settlement Funding Helps While You Wait
Like other types of lawsuits, FELA claims are complex and can take awhile before they settle. This can pose a problem as your injuries don’t allow you to work and the bills keep coming in. Fortunately, train accident settlement funding from NLF can help you get through this rough time. Instead of passively waiting for your lawsuit to finalize, settlement funding is a proactive option. It allows you to get a portion of your future settlement now instead of later.
Settlement Funding is Not a Loan
Unlike other lawsuit funding companies that give out lawsuit loans, NLF’s settlement funding service can be thought of as a ‘cash advance’ more than anything else. The differences between lawsuit loans and a cash advances are huge. With a cash advance, you are not required to pay back the money if you lose your train accident FELA claim. With a lawsuit loan from another company, you will be required to pay whether you lose or win you railroad accident.
Here are other benefits to getting settlement funding from Nova Legal Funding:
Qualifying for an advance:
- Injured? You’re qualified
- FELA claim? You’re qualified
- Get up to $500,000 towards your final settlement
- Applying requires only one thing: your attorneys information
- All work is done through your attorney
- 24 hour approval process
- No credit checks
- No employment verification
- No bank accounts necessary
Paying for settlement funding:
- No payments until, and if, your case is successfully settled
- Zero monthly interest payments due
- No upfront costs
- No application fees
- Lowest rates in the industry (2.75%)
Ready to get your funding?
Don’t delay – call (800) 760-0704 and speak with a live specialist today! Our representatives are available 24/7, and have nationwide service capabilities.
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Nova’s rates are as low as 1-3%. Our mission is to have some of the lowest rates in the industry. We’ll match or beat anyone’s rate.