New Hampshire Legal Funding
Fast Pre-Settlement Loans in New Hampshire
Are you a New Hampshire resident with an upcoming personal injury lawsuit?
Plaintiffs facing a lengthy legal battle often face significant financial strain. Here at Nova Legal Funding, our team is on hand to offer immediate pre-settlement funding.
The duration of these cases can prove difficult for plaintiffs who have to contend with mounting court costs as well as everyday expenses such as rent and bills. This can be even more problematic if you’ve sustained an injury that’s left you unable to work, and therefore unable to cover necessary payments. Insurance companies have been known to delay proceedings in a bid to make clients settle earlier and for less.
Our lawsuit funding provides the financial stability required to negotiate a fair settlement. We can get the cash you need within 24 hours of approval of your application, meaning there is no risk in applying for lawsuit funding in New Hampshire. Get in touch with our team at any point in your lawsuit for quick and easy funding.
New Hampshire Pre-Settlement Funding Requirements
An application for lawsuit funding in New Hampshire is easy—all you need is your name, phone number, and your attorney’s contact information.
- No Credit Checks – Your credit history will not be inspected by a Nova Legal Funding specialist.
- Simple Application – The bulk of your application process will take place between Nova Legal Funding and your attorney.
- Funding Without Risk – If you lose your lawsuit, you do not need to repay your pre-settlement funding.
Laws and Regulations of Lawsuit Funding in New Hampshire
Important New Hampshire Legal Information
|Avg. Funding per case from Nova Legal Funding||$9,167|
|Fault Laws||Modified Comparative
Fault – 51% Bar
Plaintiff’s recovery will be barred if his fault is greater than defendant’s fault, and if not, his damages can still be reduced by his portion of negligence. N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 507:7(d)
|Statute of Limitations||3 years Chapter 508, Sec. 508.4|
|Minimum policy limits for bodily injury & property damage||$25,000 bodily injury liability per person
$50,000 bodily injury liability per accident
$25,000 property damage liability per accident
|Minimum UIM auto insurance limits||Liability: 25/50/25
UM/UIM BI: 25/50
Medical payments: $1,000
*Insurance not mandatory in New Hampshire
|Workers compensation eligibility||Not Eligible|
Litigation funding is permitted in New Hampshire. Unlike many states, the courts have long disregarded the champerty doctrine, an illegal agreement whereby a person or entity finances a lawsuit they had no previous interest in. As this practice is not recognized, relevant case law establishes that lawsuit funding agreements in New Hampshire should be enforceable. Nova Legal Funding prominently discloses all terms and conditions in its pre-settlement contracts.
New Hampshire Personal Injury Law: How Does it Affect Legal Funding?
Under New Hampshire’s statute of limitation, personal injury victims have three years to bring their case to the courts. If you don’t file a case against those responsible within this time, it’s unlikely the court will hear your case, and no compensation will be granted. Injured parties also have three years to file a claim against a government agency or employee, though this must be in the county where the injury was sustained. This can only happen provided the personal injury victim has already filed a formal claim and did so within 180 days of their injury. However, there are only particular claims that can be made against the government. For example, the government will not be held liable for injuries related to snow and ice without proof they are somehow responsible.
New Hampshire courts use the modified comparative fault doctrine to determine how much compensation will be granted and who will pay it. A party deemed to be 75% at fault will have to pay the same proportion of the total damages. This system means that payment will be split between every person or entity responsible. However, the figure will be reduced according to how much the plaintiff is to blame for the accident. Therefore, if the courts find them to be 25% responsible, they lose 25% of their damages. If they are found to be 50% or more at fault, they will be barred from claiming anything.
There are no restrictions regarding how much compensation a plaintiff can obtain in a personal injury case.
Residents of New Hampshire could find themselves in court if their dog caused injury to another person. This is not common in all states, but dog owners in New Hampshire are ‘strictly liable’ no matter how their pet has behaved in the past.
Notable Personal Injury Lawyers in New Hampshire
There are many experienced personal injury lawyers based in New Hampshire who are waiting to take on your case:
Paul W. Chant
2935 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway, NH 03860
633 NH-10, Orford, NH 03777
Mary Elizabeth Tenn
16 High St #3, Manchester, NH 03101
Christopher J. Seufert
59 Central St, Franklin, NH 03235
58 Pleasant St, Concord, NH 03301
199 Heater Rd #2, Lebanon, NH 03766
61 Spit Brook Rd #101, Nashua, NH 03060
Car Accident and Fatality Statistics in New Hampshire
Traffic accidents are the leading cause of personal injury claims in New Hampshire. As per the most recent data from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System, 98 crashes resulted in the deaths of 102 people in 2017. Of these, 73 people were not wearing a seat belt. A total of 47 crash fatalities were car occupants, amounting to 46% of all road deaths that year.
Here at Nova Legal Funding, we provide pre-settlement funding to New Hampshire drivers in New York who are involved in traffic accident lawsuits. The most common cases we work with are:
- Pedestrian accident
- Car accident
- Tractor trailer accident (truck accident)
- Bus accident
- Bicycle accident
- Motorcycle accident
Contact a member of our team for a free case evaluation, and to learn more about lawsuit funding in New Hampshire.
How do I know if I can apply for a pre-settlement loan in New Hampshire?
You automatically qualify for pre-settlement funding if you have suffered an injury as a result of the actions of another person or entity in New Hampshire. In most cases, anybody that has sustained significant injuries in the state is entitled to a free and quick application.
Is it a lawsuit loan or cash advance?
This funding is commonly referred to as a lawsuit loan, but it is actually a cash advance against your final case settlement. As it is wholly non-recourse, there is no need for you to repay us in the event you lose your case.
How do I spend the lawsuit funding?
Lawsuit funding is available to personal injury plaintiffs who need financial support. There are no limitations on how you spend the cash advance, however, some plaintiffs choose to use the money to cover important payments like rent, medical bills, and general living expenses.
Apply For Lawsuit Funding in New Hampshire Now
At Nova Legal Funding, our team of specialists is ready to serve personal injury plaintiffs at any point of a lawsuit. Get in touch today to receive your free case evaluation and enquire about the benefits of a pre-settlement cash advance in New Hampshire.