Assault and battery is a very serious matter. Victims of assault and battery suffer from psychological and physical injuries. Assault and battery is legally defined as intentional touching, harmful or offensive touching, and with no consent from the victim. Domestic violence and spousal abuse are the most common case types that include assault and battery.
At Plaintiff Relief we understand that money for a lawsuit can be difficult to manage. We can get you cash before your assault and battery case is settled. Unlike a regular loan, clients repay Plaintiff Relief nothing if the case is lost. Clients will only repay the money for a lawsuit loan if the case is won.
Plaintiff Relief provides fast and hassle free access to lawsuit funding. We offer 24 hour approval, competitive terms and the following benefits:
- Zero upfront and monthly fees.
- No credit or job history check.
Risk free – do not repay the loan if the case is lost.
How Does The Lawsuit Funding Process Work For Assault and Battery Cases?
There are two main requirements for a lawsuit loan.
- You need to have been a victim of assault and battery.
- You need to have a lawyer for your lawsuit.
Plaintiff Relief makes the funding process easy. Follow the three steps below;
- Call (866) 301-0084 or apply online
- Our staff will contact your lawyer to learn more about the case.
- If approved – we will send you money for lawsuit in 24 hours or less via (direct deposit, check, wire)
Being a victim of assault and battery can be very traumatizing. Moreover, revisiting the incident in court, testimonies, and depositions can affect victims greatly. Because of the difficult circumstances plaintiffs are unable to manage their finances. If court and medical fees are rising Plaintiff Relief can help. Our staff is here 24/7 to assist with any questions you have during the lawsuit loan process. Pre-settlement funds provided by Plaintiff Relief can be used for;
- Medical bills
- Loss of income
- Personal bills
- Lawyer fees
Assault and Battery Background Information & Statistics
According to a non-profit organization ECEV. The rate of aggravated assault incidences in 2012 known to law enforcement in metropolitan counties was 250.2 per 100,000 inhabitants. The rate in non-metropolitan counties was 139.7 per 100,000. Some of the most common injuries from assault and battery are;
- Brain trauma
- Neck injuries
- Bone fractures
Some cases of sexual assault are also tried in court as assault and battery. Many victims of assault are too afraid to report their case; fear of repeated assault and humiliation from publicizing a case deters victims from speaking out. At Plaintiff Relief our number one concern is your safety. Below are a few ways we suggest to avoid assault and battery:
- Use the buddy system.
- Tell everyone where you are headed.
- Keep your online life private.
- Trust your instincts.
Why Choose Plaintiff Relief For Your Settlement Cash Advance?
The lawsuit process for assault and battery cases can take years to settle. We understand the nature of these cases and insure that private information will be protected. Our goal is to help get our clients money for lawsuits fast and risk free! Call us today at (866) 301-0084 or apply online to get a head start.