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The Legal Financing Approval Process

Lighthouse Legal is your source for litigation funding.

With Lighthouse Legal there is no risk for you. You only need to repay if you are successful in winning a settlement!

There are several aspects that make a case worthy of investment, and appropriate for litigation funding.

Damages. When concerning personal injury, these are usually these are usually injuries that require you to take time away from work and other commitments and obligations.

Liability. This is a crucial aspect in our approval process. It must evident that the defendant has a convincing liability for causing the damage.

Ability to Pay. In order for us to offer funding, the defendant must have the ability to pay damages, either through insurance or supplementary means.

Contingent Attorney Fee. Your lawyer must be compensated from the proceeds of the case than a retainer or hourly fee. Just as lighthouse is paid on a contingency fee basis, your attorney must be willing to assume the risk of winning the case to be paid for services.

Sufficient Margin for Investment. When reviewing your case, we take into account what additional expenses will be paid from the proceeds of the settlement. These could include, but are not limited to things such as medical bills and liens. We check public records and other available resources to ensure that enough funds are available to pay all parties involved.

Background. Lighthouse will check to ensure that previous legal proceedings of the candidate are discharged or explainable, and will have no affect on the outcome of the current case before we approve any funding.

State of Residence. Lighthouse is able to provide legal funding in most states.

Lighthouse Legal Offers Legal Funding Nationwide

Lighthouse Legal is a national legal financing firm. We provide lawsuit funding in Legal Funding in Alabama,Legal Funding in Alaska, Legal Funding in ArizonaLegal Funding in CaliforniaLegal Funding in Connecticut, Legal Funding in Delaware, Lawsuit Funding in District of Columbia, Lawsuit Funding in Florida, Lawsuit Funding in Georgia, Lawsuit Funding in Hawaii, Lawsuit Funding in Idaho, Lawsuit Funding in Illinois, Lawsuit Funding in Indiana, Lawsuit Funding in Iowa, Lawsuit Funding in Kansas, Lawsuit Funding in Kentucky, Lawsuit Funding in Louisiana, Lawsuit Funding in Maine, Lawsuit Funding in Massachusetts, Lawsuit Funding in Michigan, Lawsuit Funding in Minnesota, Lawsuit Funding in Mississippi, Lawsuit Funding in Missouri, Lawsuit Funding in Montana, Lawsuit Funding in Nebraska, Lawsuit Funding in Nevada, Lawsuit Funding in New Hampshire, Lawsuit Funding in New Jersey, Lawsuit Funding in New Mexico, Lawsuit Funding in New York, Lawsuit Funding in North Dakota, Lawsuit Funding in Ohio, Lawsuit Funding in Oklahoma, Lawsuit Funding in Oregon, Lawsuit Funding in Pennsylvania, Lawsuit Funding in Rhode Island, Lawsuit Funding in South Carolina, Lawsuit Funding in South Dakota, Lawsuit Funding in Tennessee, Lawsuit Funding in Texas, Lawsuit Funding in Utah, Lawsuit Funding in Vermont, Lawsuit Funding in Virginia, Lawsuit Funding in Washington, Lawsuit Funding in West Virginia, Lawsuit Funding in Wisconsin, and Lawsuit Funding in Wyoming.