Slip & Fall

Have you been Injured in a Slip and Fall Accident?

If you are one of the many people injured in a slip and fall accident each year and you need lawsuit financing or a lawsuit advance may be your answer. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over one million Americans suffer a slip and fall injury each year, which represent 15 percent of all job related injuries and between 12 and 15 percent of all workers compensation expenses. It is estimated that between twenty and thirty percent of people who experience a slip and fall will suffer moderate to severe injuries, which include fractures and other injuries to the following areas:

  • spinal cord
  • hips
  • forearms
  • legs
  • ankles
  • pelvis
  • upper arm
  • hands

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention divides slip and fall into two major categories, elevated falls and same-level falls. While same-level falls are more common and overall cause injuries to more people, elevated falls pose the most risks as injuries are usually more severe. Monetary compensation is appropriate to a victim of a slip and fall accident when the defendant breaches a duty to care for the victim, the victim sustains injuries, and the injuries were caused by that breach. Slip and fall accidents can lead to the following complications and injuries:

  • death
  • incapacitation
  • spinal cord injuries
  • broken bones
  • long-term medical assistance
  • head trauma

How Does Lawsuit Funding Work?

Depending on how long it takes for you to fill out your application and how quickly we speak with your attorney you can received funds in as little as 48 hours. The process itself starts with you filling out the application to the right and one our our funding specialists will reach out to you.

After you are finished filling out your online application for a lawsuit settlement, notify your attorney that you have applied for a lawsuit advance against the proceeds of your case. Once we receive your application we will fax your lawyer a request for copies of documents supporting your claim along with a brief questionnaire. Once we receive all of the necessary documentation from your attorney our staff will review your request. If approved we will typically be able to advance you cash within 24 hours.

Why should you Choose NLF?

  • Cash funding between $250 and $250,000
  • No upfront fees
  • Free application
  • Multiple funding periods available
  • Funding in as little as 48 hours
  • Rates as low as 2% per month
  • Interest advance capped after two years