Lawsuit Loans for Appellate Litigation
Appellate litigation can drag on for extended periods of time, leaving you in a bind for getting the cash you need now. With a lawsuit loan, however, you can receive funding in as little as 24 hours, and repay it only if you win your case.
After a judgment, appellate litigation, commonly known as a court of appeals, can delay the release of your settlement. If this is the case, you may qualify for a settlement loan of $500 to $5,000,000 or more. If your case is approved, you repay the funds only if you win your appellate litigation. There is no risk.
Lighthouse Legal, an industry-leader in lawsuit funding, handles both personal and commercial cases, including appellate litigation (appeals, verdicts and judgments).
Unlike most appellate litigation, our lawsuit funding process is short and sweet. It begins with your free application. After you fill out an application, we’ll review your appellate litigation without cost to determine if we want to proceed with funding. Once we review, and presumably approve, we’ll contact you with our opinion and discuss the funding process.
Very few legal proceedings go by quickly. Even after a judgment has been made, appellate litigation can stall your settlement for months, even years, tying up money you need now. Lawsuit cash funding can relieve the strain while you go through the appellate litigation process.
For personal appellate litigation cases, there is a one-price fee structure with no money up front.
Commercial appellate litigation cases, on the other hand, may require upfront fees. We may appoint outside legal counsel or other experts to appraise your appellate litigation as we complete due diligence before investing in your case. The upfront cost of the estimation of your appellate litigation case is charged as a non-refundable fee, payable after the application is reviewed and prior to Lighthouse Legal conducting due diligence.
Acceptance to complete an evaluation of a commercial case is not a guarantee that Lighthouse Legal will fund the appellate litigation (appeals, verdicts, judgments).