Legal Funding Solutions in the United States
Legal funding is a relatively new industry. It began in the 1990s and has quickly grown since 2011, with more than $100 million a year were being distributed to plaintiffs throughout the country. Personal injury lawyers help resolve cases fairly, while we provide resources to plaintiffs who need their settlement in advance. These funds can be used to cover their immediate life expenses while in suit.
Thrivest Link Legal Funding™ connects personal injury plaintiffs with legal funds from coast to coast.
The possibilities of what legal funding can achieve differ, depending on where your case is being litigated. This is due, in part, because laws about common personal injury cases like auto accidents and dog bites vary from state to state. But it’s also because many states have established their own statutes with regard to legal funding practices, while similar regulations are pending elsewhere.
We have a history of providing high-quality, thoughtful legal funding solutions throughout the United States, including:
A State-Specific Approach
At Thrivest Link Legal Funding™, we take a state-specific approach to designing all of our funding solutions—and we’re recognized as a partner that operates with total transparency across the board.
If you’re an attorney representing a plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit, Thrivest Link Legal Funding™ makes connecting to additional funding simple, secure, and seamless.
DISCLAIMER-SUBJECT TO CHANGES IN LAWS AND REGULATIONS:
THRIVEST LINK LEGAL FUNDING™ DOES NOT PROVIDE FUNDING FOR CASES FILED IN OR TO PLAINTIFF’S WHO LIVE IN THE FOLLOWING STATES: Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, South Dakota, Vermont and West Virginia.
Legal representation is required to procure legal funding.
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*Disclaimer – The listings in the directory are for informational purposes only and are NOT a referral. Please consult your local or state bar association to see if they have an attorney referral service.