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Lawsuit loans in Alabama

Lawsuit loans in Alabama

Get access to a fast lawsuit loan in the state of Alabama.

Get access to fast lawsuit cash in the state of Alabama.

Qualify for lawsuit funding in Alabama in minutes. Get $1,500 to $750,000 in advance of your pending settlement by tomorrow.

Qualify for pre-settlement funding in Alabama fast. Get $1,500 to $750,000 in advance of your pending settlement by tomorrow.

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Alabama lawsuit loans to get you back on track.

Great news for plaintiffs in Alabama, you no longer need to worry about money due to litigation drawbacks. If you live in Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa, Hoover, or any city in Alabama, you could qualify for a fast lawsuit funding advance to tide you over while your case is pending. Our lawsuit loans are risk-free, meaning that you are not obliged to pay back if you don’t win your AL case.

You found the right place to find the right lawsuit loan.

Smarter funding.

When you apply for Baker Street’s lawsuit loans in Alabama, your application will be reviewed by our experts who will prompt you with quick funding upon approval depending on fast your attorney responds to our requests. Hey, it’s nothing to worry about because our assessment is based on merit and without bias. Once your loan is approved, you will get your cash advance in Alabama within hours from signing the agreement. The legal funds can either be pre-settlement or post-settlement loans, depending on the stage of your lawsuit.

When you apply for Baker Street’s lawsuit loans in Alabama, your application will be reviewed by our experts who will prompt you with quick funding upon approval depending on fast your attorney responds to our requests. 

Hey, it's nothing to worry about because our assessment is based on merit and without bias. Once your loan is approved, you will get your cash advance in Alabama within hours from signing the agreement. The legal funds can either be pre-settlement or post-settlement loans, depending on the stage of your lawsuit.

The lawsuit loan process in Alabama

Quick and easy.

Whenever you reach out to Baker Street Funding, we won’t let any second go to waste before attending your application. Don’t hesitate to contact us and get your Alabama risk-free lawsuit loan today.

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Apply

Upon filling out our application form online, our professional team of legal funding experts for the state of Alabama will swing into action and get back to you with quick feedback.

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Review

After preliminary assessments, we will contact your attorney and proceed with further documentation - and for any questions regarding your case.

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Cash

If your attorney is responsive in meeting our demands, you can get approval within 24 hours, and your cash advance paid to you without delays.

Why Baker Street's Alabama lawsuit loans?

Better funding services.

There are key reasons why Baker Street Funding is a great choice for litigation funding in Alabama. You will find us receptive and very resourceful. We understand that not everyone is familiar with lawsuit loans and how they can make the best of our lawsuit funding services in Alabama. We are available to receive your call at any time to discuss your legal case.

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Risk-free funding

Apply for an Alabama lawsuit cash advance and get approved within 24 hours. This way, you comfortably deal with every expense and relieve yourself of any financial stress so you can settle for more.

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Transparent contracts

At Baker Street Funding, we are transparent and straightforward in our dealings. You don't have to pay a cent to get any of our lawsuit loans - no upfront costs and no hidden charges whatsoever. All terms are clear on the contract.

Low rates

Lower rates

Baker Street Funding provides much lower rates on most Alabama lawsuit loans than any of our competitors. Rates vary from 1.5% to 3.4% non-compounding, which helps you save money once your receive your settlement check.

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Bigger amounts

Lower rates mean more money for you. Plaintiffs in Alabama could get up to 20% of the potential settlement as cash advance depending on when their case will settle and up to 50% for post-settled claims.

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Risk-free lawsuit funding in Alabama

A risk-free lawsuit loan or lawsuit funding is unlike traditional loans where you have to pay back both principal and interest every month. Lawsuit loans or legal funding is non-recourse. Get a cash advance from your pending claim and only repay you if successfully settle your claim to be repaid if you win your case.

No credit check

At Baker Street Funding, we understand how dire plaintiffs' situation can be during the trial, and we wouldn't want to put you under any more stress. We won't bother you with credit checks. We are only concerned about helping you get a settlement of your case.

No employment verification

Often, plaintiffs, especially victims of personal injury, may be out of employment while their case is being heard in court. Litigations can mean difficult times for lots of plaintiffs. Regardless of your employment status, you can always apply for Baker Street's lawsuit loans to help you pay bills and cope with other living expenses.

Lawsuit funding in Alabama was never this fast.

Qualify fast.

Find out today if you can get approved for an Alabama legal funding loan. If you or a loved one were injured or are involved in a lengthy litigation, contact Baker Street Funding today for a risk-free case qualification. You can’t and shouldn’t have to fight this battle alone. At Baker Street Funding, our attorneys understand the hardships families and businesses face after being wrongfully imprisoned, heavily injured, or involved in corporate litigation. We are dedicated to providing Alabama plaintiffs the financial assistance they need in the fastest possible way. 

Find out today if you can get approved for an Alabama legal funding loan. If you or a loved one were injured or are involved in a lengthy litigation, contact Baker Street Funding today for a risk-free case qualification. 

You can't and shouldn't have to fight this battle alone. At Baker Street Funding, our attorneys understand the hardships families and businesses face after being wrongfully imprisoned, heavily injured, or involved in corporate litigation. We are dedicated to providing Alabama plaintiffs the financial assistance they need in the fastest possible way. 

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Ready to get started?

To learn more about your legal funding options in A.L. contact us at 888-711-3599 or apply for a pre-settlement loan in Alabama in a matter of seconds. If the judgment or settlement is not in your favor, you owe nothing. Take advantage of this offer – you will be glad you did.

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Learn more about the law, accident rates, lawsuits, and your Alabama case.

Alabama lawsuit loans can be used for any purpose, without the worry of having your credit or job status checked. Please be advised that your legal advance should be used only for emergency matters – you may decide to pay clear your bills, do groceries, pay electricity, or pay for rent. The following information will give you an in-depth understanding of your case, Alabama laws, and lawsuit funding.

Our legal funding services in Alabama are provided to plaintiffs with the following cases, not limited to:

Personal injury

Auto and motor vehicle accidents

Civil rights

Employment and labor

Corporate litigation

Settled Cases

A lot of plaintiffs still struggle with finances even after their case has been settled. Why? The payment of the settlement can take a long time. Sometimes, the defendant or insurer may be slow in paying up, and this is dependent on the agreement reached on how the settlement will be paid.
Pending when the award is paid in full, plaintiffs may need instant cash to attend to pressing issues. Instead of sitting idly and letting bills pile up, you can apply for our post-settlement lawsuit loans.
Baker Street Funding offers up to 50% of your settlement value as a cash advance to cushion financial pressure. All you have to do is fill out our application form online. We will take it up from there until you get your loan credited to your account — usually within 24 hours.

Post settlement funding is also available to attorneys who work on a contingency basis or otherwise. Working on contingency means the attorney only gets paid if they win their client's case. While a plaintiff awaits the payment of his or her award, an attorney can apply for an Alabama settlement loan as fee advances to grow their practice and more.

If you are still not sure, our legal funding team is available 24/7 for a free consultation. You are welcome to call us anytime at (888) 711-3599. It will be a pleasure to discuss your case and any other questions you may have. We look forward to speaking with you and approving your application. Learn more about attorney loans here.

Some of the cities we funded in Alabama:

  1. Rainbow City
  2. Southside
  3. Mountain Brook
  4. Margaret
  5. Helena
  6. Vestavia Hills
  7. Daleville
  8. Birmingham
  9. Montgomery
  10. Mobile
  11. Huntsville
  12. Pleasant Grove
  13. Bessemer
  14. Opp
  15. Prichard
  16. Anniston
  17. Talladega
  18. Tarrant
  19. Clanton
  20. Atmore
  21. Hoover
  22. Dothan
  23. Auburn
  24. Decatur
  25. Madison
  26. Florence
  27. Phenix City

Some of the counties we funded in A.L.:

  1. Jefferson County
  2. Mobile
  3. Madison
  4. Montgomery
  5. Baldwin County
  6. Shelby County
  7. Tuscaloosa County
  8. Lee County
  9. Morgan County
  10. Calhoun County
  11. Houston County
  12. Etowah County
  13. Limestone County
  14. Marshall County
  15. Lauderdale County
  16. St. Clair County
  17. Cullman County

Between 2016 and 2017, the population of Alabama was recorded to have grown by 2.3 million. Today, the population of Alabama is north of 4 million.

The FBI Uniform Crime Report Statistics show that both the violent crime rate and property crime rates stand at 5.29 and 28.17 per 1,000 of the population in 2020. While these figures are relatively low, one still has to be security conscious at all times.

Violent crime rates included the number of reported cases of murder, rape, assault, and robbery, among other crimes. All of the offenses mentioned above maim their victims and leave them with both emotional and physical scars - not the mention the pain and suffering both victims and their families go through. 

Seeking legal redress for crimes can drag on for weeks, months, and even years. While the litigation is ongoing, the victims or plaintiffs are left to shoulder the responsibility of catering to their medical bills in cases of personal injury and medical malpractice.

Also, plaintiffs are faced with a mountain of bills to pay, and this is even more painful for victims of wrongful termination of a contract, and employment discrimination (including harassment and retaliation). These are some of the challenges plaintiffs face all over the United States, and Alabama is no different. 

It's almost impossible to talk about litigation and not mention the essence of time in pursuing legal redress and getting justice.

In every state, there is a stipulated time within which plaintiffs are expected to file their claims. If you exceed this time limit, your case will be dismissed, and every chance of getting compensation will be lost. This time limit is known as the Statute of Limitations, and it varies from case to case and the circumstances surrounding each case. You should check with your attorney before filing your case.

In Alabama, personal injury victims have up to two (2) years to file their claims against the responsible party. Filing a case against a municipal and county in Alabama should be done within six (6) months and one (1) year of the incident, respectively. 

However, filing claims against the federal government can only be done after filing notice within two years. If your notice is denied, you can then file your lawsuit within six (6) months.

Other statutes of limitations in Alabama are as follows:

  • Libel/slander, Fraud, and medical malpractice all carry two (2) years.
  • Injury to personal property such as Negligence and Trespass takes two years and six years, respectively.
  • Other cases, including the collection of rents, collection of debts carry up to six (6) years.
  • Lawsuits of written contracts should be filed within ten years (10) years and twenty (20) years for judgments. 

If you are a victim of an injury caused by the negligence of someone else, you have every right to sue for damages and get reasonable compensation. However, these cases usually don't settle quickly. In addition to the delay in getting a judgment and potential settlement for your case, victims of injuries are also faced with medical bills, and of course, other bills, including rent and utility bills, won't stop coming.

The defense attorneys or defendants' insurer won't hesitate to approach you with ridiculous offers when they sense your financial distress. They will attempt to make you settle for less than you deserve and drop the case. If you are ever in this situation, you should pass on their offer - they don't care about you. All they want is to make you settle early and evade paying the full settlement if the case went its full course.

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