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Are you facing a personal injury lawsuit in the state of Pennsylvania?

Many personal injury plaintiffs find themselves struggling financially for the duration of their lawsuit. At Nova Legal Funding, we offer immediate financial support to our Pennsylvania customers.

On top of high court costs, injuries can prevent a plaintiff from working and bringing in a stable income. It could be difficult to pay off debts and bills during this time, and this is made worse by the insurance companies known to exploit these circumstances. Many organizations will attempt to delay proceedings in the hope that financial hardship will force you to accept a lower settlement than you deserve.

Our pre-settlement funding offers a non-recourse cash advance. This means that you are only required to pay us back provided you win your case, meaning there is no risk for personal injury plaintiffs to apply for lawsuit funding in Pennsylvania. Contact our team at any time during your lawsuit for quick and easy funding.

Call us toll-free at (800) 760-0704 to speak with a friendly funding specialists today.

Pennsylvania Lawsuit Loan Requirements

Simply provide your name, phone number, and your attorney’s contact information to begin your lawsuit loan application in Pennsylvania.

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 Funding

If you lose the lawsuit, you will not pay back any money to Nova Legal Funding.

Laws and Regulations of Lawsuit Funding in Pennsylvania

Important Pennsylvania Legal Information

Avg. Funding per case from Nova Legal Funding $11,626
Fault Laws Modified Comparative Fault – 51% Bar Plaintiff’s negligence will diminish, but not bar, his recovery, unless he was more negligence than defendants. 42 P.S. § 7102.
Statute of Limitations 2 years 42 PA Con. Stat. Section 5524
Minimum policy limits for bodily injury & property damage $15,000 bodily injury liability per person $30,000 bodily injury liability per accident $5,000 property damage liability per accident $5,000 medical benefits
Minimum UIM auto insurance limits Liability: 15/30/5 First party benefits (PIP): $5,000
Workers compensation eligibility Not Eligible

Attorneys must inform Pennsylvania personal injury plaintiffs about the loss of attorney-client privilege, as some confidential information may need to be shared with third-party lenders. The Philadelphia Bar Association’s Professional Guidance Committee suggests that “disclosures will be restricted as much as possible — perhaps even limited to only that information which would be discoverable without intrusion upon the privilege”.

Pennsylvania courts have previously invalidated litigation financing agreements on the grounds of champerty. This refers to a circumstance where a plaintiff is ‘maintained’ by a party with no previous interest in a lawsuit in return for a share of the proceeds. However, this is unlikely to be an issue for trustworthy and experienced partners.

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What Our Clients Say

Our team funded $25M+ to thousands of accident victims nationwide!

Notable Personal Injury Lawyers in Pennsylvania

There are a number of skilled attorney’s in Pennsylvania who would be delighted to take on your case:

Gabriel Levin
1500 John F Kennedy Blvd #620, Philadelphia, PA 19102

Amber Manson
600 Grant St fl 10, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

David H. Rosenburgh
1300 Linglestown Rd Suite 2, Harrisburg, PA 17110

Anthony M. Georgelis
2168 Embassy Dr, Lancaster, PA 17603

Chris Bare
35 S Queen St, York, PA 17403

Peter N. Munsing
939 Penn Ave, Reading, PA 19610

Car Accident and Fatality Statistics in Pennsylvania

According to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, 1,083 people died in traffic accidents in 2017. Accidents involving pedestrians caused 12% of all fatalities, while 35.4% resulted from a vehicle hitting a fixed object, such as a tree or wall.

Male drivers between the ages of 21-25 were involved in more crashes than any other group. Adverse weather and road surface conditions negatively affect vehicle handling and driver sight, however, the vast majority of fatalities (85.6%) occurred under no adverse conditions.

At Nova Legal Funding, we offer lawsuit loans to drivers in Pennsylvania who were injured in accidents such as:

We are on hand to provide a free case evaluation to all personal injury plaintiffs. Contact us today to learn more about the pre-settlement funding process in Pennsylvania.

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Pennsylvania Lawsuit Funding FAQs

Do I qualify for a pre-settlement loan in Pennsylvania?

Though we provide what is commonly referred to as a lawsuit loan, it is actually a wholly non-recourse cash advance against the customer’s eventual lawsuit settlement. Plaintiffs are under no obligation to pay this back if they lose their lawsuit.

You can spend your cash advance however you like. Plaintiffs in the past have used the funding to cover payments such as debts, mortgage, and general living expenses.

Apply For Lawsuit Funding in Pennsylvania Now

We are proud to provide our customers with the funding they need within 24 hours of approval. Get in touch with a member of the Nova Legal Funding team to learn more about pre-settlement funding in Pennsylvania.

Call us toll-free at (213) 340-5082 to speak with a friendly funding specialists today.

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Cases We Fund

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.

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