Our Policy and Procedure
With a cash advance from Instant Legal Funds, if your case is lost, you owe us nothing. Payday loans or lawsuit loans offered by other companies are unconditional and require repayment regardless of the outcome of your case. An advance from Instant Legal Funds doesn't require current interest payments and does not have a maturity date. If you have a pending lawsuit or civil legal claim and need cash immediately, our cash advance program may be your best option.
While there aren't any risks to applying with us, you should be aware that applying too often or with multiple companies simultaneously can hurt your chances of approval. We do not require your social security information at the time of application and you can be assured your personal information is safe and secure with Instant Legal Funds.
Payday loans or lawsuit loans offered elsewhere require periodic payments and terminate at some predetermined time; this can be highly inconvenient for someone who may be out of work due to injury. You can use our cash advance for any of your pressing needs.
Instant Legal Funds offers a simple cash advance as an alternative to a lawsuit loan. A cash advance can better protect your interests as repayment is contingent upon whether you, the client, receive a judgment award or settlement. Again, with a cash advance from Instant Legal Funds, if your case is lost, you owe us nothing.
There are no costs to applying with Instant Legal Funds. Qualifying is easy. There are no credit checks or income verifications of any kind, and since we do not check your credit an inquiry will not appear on your credit report. Best of all, there are no fees, costs or need for repayment if your case is lost. See FAQs
We do not fund Workers Compensation Cases in the following states: California, North Carolina, Colorado, Idaho, Maine, Maryland, Wisconsin, New Jersey, Virginia, Illinois, Ohio, New York, Michigan, Missouri, Minnesota and Pennsylvania.
Funding is not available in the following states: Colorado, Illinois, Maryland, North Carolina and Missouri