If you are one of the thousands of people in one of the many mass tort lawsuits but need cash now, TownCenter Partners may help with a legal funding.
Mass tort lawsuits usually drag on for a long time simply because they are complex and there are usually hundreds if not thousands of plaintiffs involved, not to mention the dozens of lawyers. However, as a plaintiff in one of these cases you don’t have to wait for your settlement to be able to access some of that cash today. Call us for a legal funding, and we may be able to get you the cash you need as soon as today!
A mass tort is simply the legal term that describes a lawsuit involving many plaintiffs, represented by as many attorneys all fighting a case against a single defendant, usually a company that has produced a faulty product or drug. The most common Mass Torts today are:
- Transvaginal Mesh
- IVC Filter
- Bair Hugger surgical blankets
- Stryker and other hip implants
- FLQs (fluoroquinolone antibacterial drugs)
People who have been injured by any one of these products and are currently in a lawsuit to obtain a financial settlement award don’t have to wait until their lawsuit settles to benefit from some of that money sooner. TownCenter Partners can offer you a portion of your expected award, usually 10% to 15% of the final award, before your lawsuit is finalized. That’s right. It’s called a legal funding.
A legal funding from TownCenter Partners is a non-recourse, no-risk transaction, where we will buy a portion of your future settlement so you can enjoy some of that cash today. It is no-risk because if you lose your case you do not pay us back. There are no monthly payments, no up-front fees, no restrictions on the use of the funds you receive, no background checks, and the application is free.
To find out more, or to apply today for a legal funding simply complete the application on this website.
If you would like provide specific information about your case, please click here for our inquiry form: Litigation Finance Form
Have questions and need more in-depth answers? See our guide to pre-settlement financing by clicking here: Questions Answered