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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Wrongfully Termination Claims

What happens to your finances when you are unexpectedly and wrongfully termination from your employment? Without savings, where do you go in order to meet ongoing expenses like mortgage or car payments, food bills, etc? Fast Funds, a premier non recourse funding company can help.

Fast Funds, one of the oldest lawsuit financing companies, can provide you with pre settlement funds in order that you can support your family while your attorney works on your wrongful termination claim.

Wrongful termination can occur when an employee complains about sexual or racial discrimination, unlawful activities by employers or co-workers, complaints about being passed over for promotion.

Our requirements are only that you are represented by an attorney who will cooperate in our attempt to learn about your claim and that our employment law experts agree you have a valid claim that is provable in a court of law.

Fast Funds, will provide pre-settlement funding for claims that are not yet in suit or in which a lawsuit has been filed.

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Our Location

Fast Funds, Inc.

2727 Bruce Terrace
Hollywood, Florida 33020
Phone: 866-798-2941
Fax: 954-927-4374

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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.