Case Types Accepted for Lawsuit Loans

Type of Lawsuit CasesPlaintiffs tend to always ask "Why type of case is required for a lawsuit loan?" This is because there are so many different types of lawsuits. The basic answer is all lawsuit case types are available to receive a lawsuit loan. The hard part is finding which lawsuit settlement loan lender accepts your case type. Obviously certain case types are more common than others and accept by all lenders. Youíll also want to make sure to contact multiple lenders to try and find which one will offer you the best interest rate and the least amount of fees.

Lawsuit Cases Accepted for Lawsuit LoansWe created the below list based on information available from some of the largest lawsuit loan lenders in the US. Itís important to remember that this isnít a complete list and just because your case type doesnít appear doesnít mean you can get a lawsuit loan. By not seeing your case below just means youíll need to spend a little extra time researching lenders. If you think a case should be added to the list below feel free to contact us.

  • Asbestos Related
  • Auto Accident & Injury
  • Aviation Accident or Death
  • Breach of Contract
  • Civil Rights (civil cases only)
  • Class Action (varies on the type of case)
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Construction Negligence
  • Copyright & Patent Litigation
  • Employment Discrimination & Wrongful Termination
  • Environmental Litigation
  • Fraud
  • General Negligence
  • Malpractice Legal, Medical & Nursing Home
  • Pedestrian Injury
  • Personal Injury
  • Pharmaceutical Litigation
  • Premises Negligence (slip & fall)
  • Product Liability
  • Securities Fraud
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Slip and Fall
  • Surgical Expenses Funding
  • Whistle blower
  • Wrongful Death

As you can see the list is vague and many cases fall under certain categories. This is why is a good idea to contact a lawsuit loan lender to get more detailed information. It is very rare to find a case that no lender will lend against, however many class action lawsuits related to pharmaceuticals tend to have limits as to how many participates theyíll lend to.