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Get money now with Illinois Settlement Loans and Workers Compensation Advances.  If you need to take a loan against your lawsuit in Illinois,  Smart Settlement Funding can assist with a Lawsuit Loan fast.

Illinois Settlement loans and advances are immediate cash on Lawsuits with the following cases:  Car Accidents, Jones Act, medical malpractice cases, personal injury claims, labor law cases, tractor trailer accidents in Illinois , burn victims, verdicts on appeal, workers compensation, slip and fall cases, negligence cases, sexual harassment cases in Illinois, premise liability cases, auto accidents, settled cases and more.

Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Loans are also available in the State of Illinois.

If you file a medical malpractice lawsuit in Illinois – basically you are attempting to be compensated for damages caused by a medical provider or facility. Damages are monetary awards (cash)  that are determined through the legal process to redress the loss a plaintiff has suffered when they are a victim of negligent actions.  Often this happens when the care a patient has received is below a standard set by the state.  As of this writing, there are no caps – or limits on compensatory damages in Illinois. This type of damage may include medical bills, but tort-reform laws proposed and implemented throughout the country could change this status at any time.  There have been caps on non-economic damages, however this has also been subject to dispute by some parties.  Make absolutely sure you take the advise of your medical malpractice attorney when making decisions about your case.  Remember you can get  Illinois Settlement Loans.

While every type of case are eligible to apply for Lawsuit Funding, car accidents  and personal injury cases are the most common type of case in Illinois that qualify for loans against lawsuits.

When considering Illinois Settlement Loans and Illinois Worker Compensation  advances bear in mind these issues affect the maximum approval amount that a funder will put on a case.

Illinois Settlement Loans

Liability – does documentation exist that put the responsibility squarely on the person you are pursuing for damages.
Insurance Policy and limits – Does the defendant have a valid insurance policy and what are the limits of coverage.
Injury – what are the damages you have suffered.  In order to justify large lawsuit loans – you will need to prove damages that the defendant has caused you.

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Illinois law makes car accident lawsuits in the state of Illinois subject to the  comparative fault system – 51% rule for auto accidents.  Taking this rule into account, an injured plaintiff can only recover if it is determined that his or her fault does not exceed 51 percent.  If the injured party was 50% or less at fault, he or she may still recover damages.  Ask a qualified personal injury attorney in Illinois about all these laws.  Another way to look at it is this, a plaintiff may have caused half of the accident and still be awarded a monetary settlement from the court, but if it is found that the plaintiff’s fault was responsible for more than half of the accident, that plaintiff is no longer eligible to receive any damages determined by the court.  If the plaintiff is deemed eligible of a settlement award in Illinois, as in a pure comparative negligence state, a plaintiff’s recovery is reduced by the degree of his or her fault.  State that seem to follow this system are Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Vermont, Wisconsin, and Wyoming also follow the 51% rule.

Your settlement and settlement advance in Illinois will be affected by how much insurance the defendant carries.  Usually a funding attorney will carefully consider these policy limits when determining the maximum cash advance amount upon case approval.

Illinois Minimum Liability Coverage

Liability insurance helps cover your costs associated with injuries or property damage to others resulting from a car accident you cause.

Your liability insurance must have the following minimum coverages:

$25,000 for bodily injury per person.
$50,000 total for bodily injury per accident.
$20,000 for property damage.

Contact your personal injury lawyer as laws in each state are regularly modified and an attorney can advise you of your rights.  It’s very important for you to engage a qualified personal injury attorney in Illinois to protect your interests.

Illinois is a tort state in regards to auto accidents. Throughout the state of Illinois  a driver must be found to be negligent and causing the accident before that person’s insurance will pay for an opposing plaintiffs damages. This differs from no- fault states such as New York, where there is no necessity to prove fault, in that type of “no fault state”  the injured person collects from his own insurance company for medical costs and lost wages; the injured plaintiff in a no fault state cannot sue the party at fault for monies exceeding that unless the state allows for special circumstances or institutes a threshold for damages. Make sure to contact a personal injury attorney who knows accident law and can help you understand your rights.

Tort states like the state of Illinois with respect to auto insurance are those in which governing law systems allow lawsuits to be taken in order to compensate for civil wrongs the are a result of car accidents. There are 28 states (at the time of this writing) which are currently governed by a tort system for auto insurance.

Once again contact a personal injury attorney in your state to know your rights.
Don’t depend on any advise except for the advise of your personal injury attorney.

Smart Legal Funding extends Lawsuit Loans, legal loans and Lawsuit Funding throughout the US and Illinois including all cities in Illinois including Chicago, Rockford, Champagne, Aurora, Joliet, Naperville, Springfield, Peoria, Elgin and Waukegan

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