Structured Settlement Funding

Settlement cash advance: get what’s already yours, right now

A structured settlement is a fairly common agreement made between a plaintiff whom has won a case and a defendant or defendant’s representation to repay the award over time, with Structured Settlement Funding applicable interest. There can be tax advantages as well as the security of a steady income. Structured settlement funding is very popular and are the preferred way for insurance companies to pay claims.


Many plaintiffs receiving such payouts often forget that the money awarded to them, the entire amount, is their money. If they do not wish to wait to receive it, they may sell all or part of their structured settlement or annuity payment.

Many plaintiffs receiving structured settlements, however, are not in a financial position to wait for the entirety of their award to be paid out. There are often times medical debts, job loss and other circumstances that are preventing the plaintiff from being financially solvent. This is why many plaintiffs receiving annuity payments or structured settlement payments opt to sell all or a portion of the payments in order to receive a needed lump sum of cash.

Once you have sold your structured settlement or annuity payment, the money is yours to do with as you please. Our clients have used the money received for their sale for a variety of reasons, including:

  • Going to school or starting a college fund
  • Paying off debts
  • Purchasing a vehicle
  • Putting a down payment on a home
  • Starting a business
  • Starting a retirement fund
  • Taking a vacation

Call us at 855-551-5669 or fill out our fast and easy online application and find out how much your structured settlement is worth.

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  •  Michigan
  •  Minnesota
  •  Mississippi
  •  Missouri
  •  Montana
  •  Nevada
  •  New Hampshire
  •  New Jersey
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  •  New York
  •  North Carolina
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  •  Ohio
  •  Oregon
  •  Pennsylvania
  •  Rhode Island
  •  South Carolina
  •  South Dakota
  •  Tennessee
  •  Texas
  •  Utah
  •  Vermont
  •  Virginia
  •  Washington
  •  Wisconsin
  •  Wyoming

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