Why Choose Fast Funds?
  • If you win we win, if you lose your
    case you pay us nothing.
  • Get funds in as little as 24 hours
    from the receipt of your application.
  • NO Payments and NO Interest!
  • No credit application is necessary
    and you do not have to be currently
    employed to receive funds.
  • DON'T SETTLE for Less
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Wrongful Death Claims

Wrongful death claims are brought about when someone else’s negligence costs a person his life. The at-fault party in this kind of litigation can be a medical professional or a regular person on the street who caused an accident. When you bring a legal claim for a wrongful death suit, you’re telling the court you believe your loved one would have lived had it not been for the actions of the defendant in the case. The money you request as compensation is meant to make up for the loved one’s lost wages, as well as to ease the hurt you’re experiencing from the loss of their companionship.

Wrongful death claims take a very long time to go through the court system. This is because they are highly complex and often involve interviewing and investigating the rights of each of the deceased’s heirs. Lots of legal evidence needs to be gathered in litigation of this kind, and it takes a lot of money to finance.

Keep Your Wrongful Death Claim Going as Long as It Takes

Don’t let a lack of funds keep you from pursuing your wrongful death claim to the very end. You owe it to yourself, as well as your loved one. You can get an advance on your potential settlement from a financing company such as Fast Funds. You don’t have to make monthly payments on the advance and you don’t have to pay it back to us if you lose your case. If you win, we just take a small portion of the settlement as payment. Call us at 866-798-2941, fax us at 305-740-0604 or email us at money@fastfunds4u.com.

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Our Location

Fast Funds, Inc.

9703 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 120
Pinecrest, Florida 33156
Phone: 866-798-2941
Fax: 305-740-0604

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Disclaimer

NOTE: The term "loan" or "loans," where used to describe lawsuit funding is not an accurate legal or financial definition of the transaction. IT IS NOT A LOAN. The transaction is a non-recourse purchase of a portion of the proceeds of a potential future case award or settlement. A loan is a transaction that always requires repayment. Our lawsuit funding only requires repayment if the plaintiff receives a favorable cash settlement award. If the plaintiff loses their case, they do not repay anything.