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Injury Funds Now To the Rescue with New Lawsuit Funding Service
Date:12/10/2009

Injury Funds Now, a lawsuit funding company, now offers their clients a choice between a Flat Fee Plan and a Monthly Rate Plan.

Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 10, 2009 -- Thanks to Injury Funds Now’s lawsuit funding services, cash strapped plaintiffs don’t have to wait for their lawsuits to recover, they can get a cash advance within 24 hours to help them with their immediate financial pressures including mortgage payments, credit card bills, car loans, medical expenses and any other amounting bills. Injury Funds Now can provide personal injury clients with the staying power they need to wait out a long and dragging lawsuit that typically used to get them to settle for less than their case is worth. Plus, clients only repay the advance if their case wins.

Injury Funds Now is the only lawsuit funding company that offers its clients a choice between a Flat Fee Plan and a Monthly Rate Plan. The Flat Fee Plan has a fixed fee that does not increase over time, and it is capped. The fees included in their Monthly Rate Plan are not compounded, unlike other pre settlement funding companies. In both cases however, clients only pay if their case wins. There are no application fees, no monthly fees, no underwriting costs or hidden fees involved whatsoever.

Lauren Lipcon, program director, said “We are excited to offer this new fee structure just in time for the holidays. On some occasions these pre settlement advances can make the difference on whether a home is foreclosed on or prevent other types of financial disasters that could ruin the holidays for a family. We believe our lawsuit advances and lawsuit funding options have a b
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