Lawsuit funding allows you to get cash while you wait for your maritime, boat, ship, or jones act lawsuit case.

Nova Legal Funding (NLF) is a lawsuit funding company and a leader in maritime accident lawsuit funding.

Maritime personal injury law encompasses all types of cases that are related to incidents that occur while at sea. If you were hurt while vacationing or working at sea, it’s your right to pursue monetary compensation for the damages you sustained. Hiring an attorney is key in winning maximum recovery for your injuries. Representation by an attorney also raises your chances of qualifying for cash. If you still don’t have a lawyer, NLF can help you find an experienced maritime accident attorney.

Lawsuit funding for maritime boat accidents

Boat and ship accidents are often complex in nature and can take months or years until they settle out of court. Meanwhile, your bills and other daily expenses don’t wait for your settlement to come. If you find yourself struggling to keep up financially, lawsuit funding is the right option for you. Boat accident settlement funding can be thought of as a cash advance on your future recovery. Instead of receiving the money later, you can get a portion of your recovery today.

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

Jones Act lawsuit funding – how to qualify?

If you work at sea and were hurt on the job, you immediately qualify for workers’ compensation under the Jones Act. The Jones Act was created by the United States government to ensure the safety of seamen in their workplace. The purpose of the act is to provide safe and habitable working conditions for employees at sea.

The Jones Act also provides monetary support should you get injured in a boat accident or ship accident via workers’ compensation. Sometimes, the Jones Act is not enough to compensate for the damages you sustained. If your injuries were due to gross or partial negligence you have the right to file a personal injury lawsuit. Filing a personal injury lawsuit with an experienced maritime attorney can win you a much larger monetary recovery than what workers’ compensation can offer.

NLF offers lawsuit funding for Jones Act cases. Your employer could deny responsibility for your injuries and make it very difficult for you to receive workers’ compensation benefits. This process is very complex and can take years until resolution. With maritime settlement funding, you can ensure that you will have some future proceeds today instead of later.

Benefits of working with a professional lawsuit funding company

Nova Legal Funding makes it easy to get cash while you wait for your Jones Act Lawsuit or ship accident case to settle. Besides great customer service, 24/7 availability, friendly representatives, and nationwide reach, you can also expect the following before you apply:

  • Approval for cash within 24 hours
  • Zero paperwork
  • Hassle-free application
  • No upfront cost
  • Zero payments until case is settled
  • No credit checks
  • No employment verification

Settlement funding is not a loan

There are many reasons why settlement funding is not considered a loan. While some in the industry may label it as such, this is not the correct legal term to use. It should be considered more of a cash advance rather than a loan. The reason is that you’re not required to pay the money back if you lose your maritime accident lawsuit. This makes the service a non-recourse transaction, which means there’s no personal requirement on the plaintiff to pay back the money.

Besides being completely risk-free, there are other benefits to applying for lawsuit loans for your maritime, ship, and boat accident cases. The application process requires no paperwork and only asks for your attorney’s name and contact information. You’ve gone through enough already – applying for settlement funding shouldn’t be another taxing event.