Idaho Legal Funding
Fast Pre-Settlement Loans in Idaho
Are you in need of lawsuit funding in Idaho?
Nova Legal Funding provides fast pre-settlement funding in Idaho for anyone whose life has been disrupted by an unexpected personal injury lawsuit. We can secure fast legal funding for Idaho residents who need support when court appearances threaten to upend their regular day-to-day lives.
We know that personal injury court cases can often last for far longer than they should. Many insurers intentionally extend the process in order to convince clients to accept a reduced settlement to avoid mounting legal fees. Our services can help you cover any ongoing costs such as rent and bills so that if you need to miss days or even weeks of work, you will still have a source of income.
Nova Legal Funding works on a no win no fee basis, so if your case is unsuccessful, you don’t have to pay us back. We also provide pre-settlement funding at any stage of a court case, and we do our best to release any financial support within 24 hours of the loan being approved.
Idaho Lawsuit Funding Requirements
To apply for pre-settlement funding in the state of Idaho, you just need to provide your name, phone number, and your attorney’s contact information.
- No Credit Necessary – Your credit history will not be inspected by a Nova Legal Funding specialist.
- Hassle-Free Application – The bulk of your application process will take place between Nova Legal Funding and your attorney.
- Risk-Free Cash – You are only required to pay back the funds if you win a settlement. If you lose the lawsuit, you will owe nothing to Nova Legal Funding.
Laws and Regulations of Lawsuit Funding in Idaho
Important Idaho Legal Information
|Avg. Funding per case from Nova Legal Funding||Nova can fund anywhere from $500 up to $2,500,000 depending on case value|
|Fault Laws||Modified Comparative Fault
50% Bar Plaintiff may not recover if he is 50% or more at fault. Idaho Code § 6-801.
|Statute of Limitations||2 years Title 5, Ch. 2, Sec. 5-219|
|Minimum policy limits for bodily injury & property damage||$25,000 bodily injury liability per person
$50,000 bodily injury liability per accident
$15,000 property damage liability per accident
|Minimum UIM auto insurance limits||Liability: 25/50/15|
|Workers compensation eligibility||Not Eligible|
State law prohibits agencies from offering settlement funding to Idaho residents seeking costs for workers compensation cases. We also cannot offer secondary financing on soft tissue injury suits.
There will also be a mandatory lien filed in the event that a claimant has won any funding for their case before applying for financial support from us. Nova Legal Funding will be able to make arrangements to pay this lien off, but it must be disclosed as part of your application.
Idaho Personal Injury Law: How Does it Affect Legal Funding?
Under Title 5, Chapter 2, Sections 5-291 of Idaho law, claimants have two years to pursue a court case against the responsible party in a personal injury suit. This statute of limitations commences on the day the injury was caused, and is strictly adhered to.
The state also operates under modified comparative fault rule with a 50% bar. This means that if the plaintiff is deemed legally responsible for over half of the circumstances which caused the accident, you will not be able to claim damages from the other party in the suit.
Idaho does not cap any economic damages, lost wages or hospital bills in personal injury lawsuits, however there is an upper limit on emotional, or non-economic, damages. These are capped at $250,000, in accordance with Title 6 of state law.
With regards to dog attacks, Idaho has adopted the “one-bite” rule, which will only hold a pet owner to account in the event that it can be proved by the other party that the animal has a history of malicious behaviour.
The state’s car accident legislation follows the “at-fault” system, which allows the plaintiff greater flexibility than they are afforded in a number of other states. The law lets you claim lawsuit funding in Idaho, as well as directly file claims with your own, or the at-fault driver’s, insurance company.
Notable Personal Injury Lawyers in Idaho
Idaho has a huge number of experienced personal injury lawyers who can approach your case with expertise and skill:
J. Charles Hepworth
537 Bannock, #200, Boise, ID 83702
Jill Baker Musser
3451 E. Copper Point Dr., Suite 106, Meridian, ID 83646
John C. Barrera
210 12th Avenue Road, Nampa, ID 83651
Patrick N. George
201 E Center St, Pocatello, ID 83201
Tyler S. Rounds
717 S. Kimball Ave., Suite 200, Caldwell, ID 83605
Idaho Car Accident and Fatality Statistics
In 2017, there were 244 deaths from 223 vehicle accidents in Idaho. Indeed, 109 of these accidents involved SUVs or pickup trucks, which stands to reason considering the weather, and many fatalities are as a result of snow driving. Idaho is, in fact, the fourth most dangerous state in the union for these incidents.
There was also a 55% to 45% division between single and multiple vehicle traffic incidents in 2017, and alcohol was known to be a factor in 64% of all fatalities on the road that year.
Nova Legal Funding offers pre-settlement loans in Idaho for any motorists facing traffic suits. Here are the six most common:
- Pedestrian accident
- Car accident
- Tractor trailer accident (truck accident)
- Bus accident
- Bicycle accident
- Motorcycle accident
Regardless of the injuries which have led you to seek financial settlement, Nova Legal Funding offers our clients a fast response for any lawsuit funding in Idaho. For a free examination of your case, and more information about our services, get in touch today.
How do I know if I qualify for lawsuit funding in Idaho?
Any personal injuries caused by another person or entity automatically qualify for lawsuit funding. As a general rule, if your accident occurred within Idaho and you sustained significant injuries, you automatically qualify for a free and quick application.
Is it a lawsuit loan or cash advance?
Although often referred to as a lawsuit loan, the funding is actually an advance against your eventual lawsuit settlement. Importantly, the cash advance is considered non-recourse. This means that if you lose your case, there is no requirement to pay back the money. We only collect if you win your case or obtain a settlement.
Does it matter how I spend the lawsuit funding?
Lawsuit funding is available to help those who need financial support during an ongoing personal lawsuit injury. However, there is no restriction on how you spend your lawsuit cash advance. Some of our plaintiffs in Idaho used their money to pay off debts, cover their mortgage or rent payments, afford medical bills or simply to help with daily living expenses.
Apply For Lawsuit Funding in Idaho Now
At Nova Legal Funding, we have the skills and experience to take charge of all lawsuit funding in Idaho. Our funding specialists are on hand 24/7 to serve personal injury plaintiffs. Get in touch with our team today for a free case evaluation, and for more information about the benefits of an Idaho lawsuit loan.