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Commercial Plaintiff Wins Now With “No Win…No Pay…No Risk” Lawsuit Loans


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“No one pays much attention to how a person who has been injured is going to live while waiting for a case to settle, the legal system tends to put people who cannot afford to wait for their money at a disadvantage.” – Boston Bar Association Ethics Committee Chairman, Gerry Cohen 

With these words millions of U.S. consumers every year find out 1st hand the truthfulness of Mr. Cohen’s assessment of the legal system; but who more so than the million each year who suffer tragically at the hands of greedy insurance companies. 

“Our litigation nightmares nearly ruined us financially” describes litigant Brian Spencer who will soon be in court for damages his corporation sustained after 4 years of fighting the city who caused the problem in shutting down his business without cause. 

The “extreme hardship our family has suffered in physical, mental and emotional suffering has stolen health, happiness and almost our marriage after a severe financial collapse, having your business stolen from you by government corruption and police brutality is something no one has resources to survive” Spencer said. 

The costs injured plaintiffs sustain are far more than the actual pain and suffering, as injuries affect everything including your standard of living, plaintiffs can no longer maintain the same earnings. 

Throw in future credit and borrowing and you begin to know the real long term side effects no one takes into consideration and that’s why injured plaintiffs need help in many areas to recover. 

Is there a solution? 1st Choice Funding offers injured plaintiffs many solutions and one is by offering cash in hand now when injured plaintiffs need it most vs. when settlement finally occurs. 

The program is called “No Win …No Pay… No Risk” Lawsuit Loans and this innovative program puts Injured litigants in the position to receive cash prior to settlement with:

No credit required

No employment needed

No monthly payments

No collateral

No risk of repayment on a lost case

A “No Win…No Pay… No Risk” Lawsuit Loan is unheard of from traditional banking approaches to lending money conventional lenders agree. 

“1st Choice Funding’s Lawsuit Loans aren’t really loans at all and that’s why conventional approaches aren’t how we make determinations for funding” said 1st Choice Funding company president Timothy S. Gray, “lawsuit loans are what consumers call them but in reality what they are advances made on future settlement, and that’s something conventional lenders just don’t understand.”

What does injured victim Spencer think of the opportunity to have 50,000.00 now vs. the lengthy and unsure settlement all litigants endure?  

Spencer says with conviction, “It provided us the means to pay the experts we needed to depose in order to put this thing in the bag. I recommend 1st Choice Funding to everyone including my attorney and we have all benefited.”

1st Choice Funding’s resources provide “No Win…No Pay…No Risk” Lawsuit Loans for all these case types including:

Commercial Cases 

Passenger Injuries

Pedestrian Injury

Personal Injury

General Negligence

Civil Rights

Employment Discrimination Whistleblower (Qui Tam) 

Product Liability

Construction Negligence

Class Action Mass Tort

Auto Accidents


Pharmaceutical Litigation

Airplane Accidents 


Commercial Torts 



Commercial Appellate Settlements

Sexual Harassment

Boating Accidents


Burn Injuries

Worker’s Compensation

Construction Accidents

Dog Bites

Maritime/Seaman’s Claims

Medical Malpractice

Motorcycle & Bicycle Accidents

Nursing Home Neglect

Premises Liability

Product Liability

Railroad Claims (FELA)

Wrongful Death


Structured Settlement 

Tractor Trailer Accident

Slip & Fall

Settled Cases 

Sulzer Hip 

Jones Act 

Discrimination Cases 


Toxic Mold 

Wrongful Termination 

Probate Cases 

Select Divorce Cases 

Select Canadian Cases

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