Asbestos Lawsuit Settlement Funding

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Asbestos Lawsuit Settlement Funding

Asbestos Lawsuit Settlement FundingWhen one comes into contact with asbestos—typically through inhalation—serious, often fatal health conditions can result. The most common and serious of these conditions is a lung cancer known as mesothelioma. Studies have shown that prolonged exposure to asbestos can lead to mesothelioma, and the longer and more concentrated the exposure, the greater the risk. Asbestos is commonly found in:

  • Brake pads
  • Caulk
  • Clutch plates
  • Countertops
  • Drywall compounds
  • Fireproofing (including clothing and fire blankets)
  • Gaskets
  • Gas mask filters (pre 1960)
  • HVAC duct connectors
  • Mud/texture coating
  • Pipes
  • Plaster
  • Popcorn ceilings
  • Roofing tars, felts, siding and shingles
  • Siding
  • Stage curtains
  • Transit panels
  • Vinyl flooring, sheeting and adhesives

Pre Settlement Loans for Asbestos LawsuitsAsbestos is manufactured using six naturally formed silicate ingredients. It’s fire retardant, noise absorption, and chemical and heat resistant properties made asbestos as extremely popular commercial grade insulation material. Because it has been so widely used and for so many purposes, its destruction is widespread and asbestos exposure leads to many deaths and asbestos lawsuits every single day.

Pre Settlement Loans for Asbestos Lawsuits

Asbestos Lawsuits Services

The health problems affiliated with asbestos exposure are often fatal. Additionally, treatments for these conditions—especially for mesothelioma—are costly and time consuming. Insurance does not always cover the full amount of treatments, leaving asbestos exposure victims and their families in a financial bind. In many instances, the primary breadwinner is killed or disabled as a result of asbestos exposure, which can be devastating on a family, both financially and emotionally. As a result, many lawsuits are filed everyday against manufacturers and employers whom used asbestos and exposed workers to its deadly effects.
The legal process for an asbestos lawsuit is a long one. While the lawsuit goes through the legal system, no money is paid out to the plaintiff. Insurance companies, aware of the financial difficulties often faced by victims of asbestos exposure, will prolong a lawsuit in an effort to force the plaintiff to settle for a dollar amount much lower than what their case necessitates. By obtaining a non-recourse, low-cost pre settlement asbestos exposure lawsuit cash advance from Funds4Claims, you can fight the intentional stalling tactics of the defense and move on with your life while you await the conclusion of your lawsuit.

Apply for Asbestos Lawsuit Settlement Funding

Exposure to asbestos can lead to a myriad of problems and complicated medical issues. The last thing you need is to make your life more complicated. Knowing this, Funds4Claims has made the application process to obtain legal financing extremely simple. To apply, you can either call us at 855.386.3744 or fill out our lawsuit funding application today and in most cases, we can have you approved and paid within 24 hours. There is no obligation and it is free to apply. You should not have to wait for money that is yours and Funds4Claims provides you with the financial security you need to fight greedy insurance companies and high powered defense attorneys.

Funds4Claims offers pre and post settlement funding on asbestos lawsuits. We also specialize in purchasing annuity payments.

Lawsuit Funding In Your state

Funds4Claims provides exemplary customer service and affordable legal financing and Asbestos lawsuit funding in almost every state in the United States and parts of Canada.

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The law does not allow us to provide legal funding in the states of Colorado, Maryland and North Carolina. Each state has its own regulations regarding lawsuit funding. To find out the law in your state, contact us today. We would be happy to answer any questions you might have.