Express Legal Funding can provide financial help when you need it. Get help with your bills, general living costs, and other expenses while you wait for your case to be resolved.
We can advance you anywhere between $550 to $500,000 in cash depending on the value of your case.
Three Easy Steps
Call us anytime. Get help in a few short minutes.
We speak with your attorney and review your case.
We deliver your funding within 24 hours of approval.
In most cases, we deliver approved cash legal funding in less than 24 hours. Often the same day.
Using PayPal or Zelle, you can typically receive approved legal funding in minutes.
You can still qualify for legal funding with bad credit, no credit, or even without a bank account.
Cases We Handle
If you’re not sure if your case qualifies, give us a call to discuss your situation. (888) 232-9223
- Assault and battery cases
- Sexual assault cases
- Intentional inflicting of emotional distress cases
- Jones Act claims
- Death on the High Seas Act (DOHSA)
- Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act (LHWCA)
- Tugboat injuries
- Offshore accidents
Legal Funding Provider
Get more with Express Legal Funding. We aim to be the most affordable lawsuit funding option in the state of Texas.
Pre-settlement funding is when a company provides you with money in exchange for the right to receive a portion of your future case proceeds. So you get money immediately to replace your lost income. It’s a worry free financial option because there are no monthly payments, never any collection agencies, and it’s totally risk-free. Funding is not re-paid until the end of your case.
Electronic fund transfers or EFT is the process of sending money from one bank account directly to another without needing the involvement of bank employees. This type of transfer is typically much faster than mailing a check. We use several types of Electronic Fund Transfers including PayPal, Zelle, and wire transfers.
It is important to be aware of what exact words a lawsuit funding company is using on their website. This will help you make a more informed decision of what lawsuit funding companies are best to avoid. One word to be on the lookout for is the word “loan”. In most states, including Texas, it is both illegal and fraudulent for a company to offer you a “lawsuit loan”. These companies are falsely representing themselves as being non-depository lenders, who engage in making, transacting, and collecting loans. True lenders are required to be regulated by the Texas Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner. All lenders in the State of Texas can pursue you with debt collectors, whereas we cannot. So rest assured that our pre-settlement funding is a truly debt-free option.
* Personal injury loan
* Lawsuit funding loan
* Car accident loan
* Pre-settlement funding loan
* Plaintiff injury loan
It is important to be very skeptical of lawsuit funding companies who have charts and graphs on their websites. These charts do not accurately reflect what they plan on charging you. So, if you end up calling another lawsuit funding company, we recommend that you insist that company fully explains its contract to both you and your attorney. Because most lawsuit funding companies have hidden fees, which make their charts very misleading.