As pre-settlement funding specialists that have served clients for many years, PS Finance knows how difficult it can be to manage funds you receive in advance against your settlement. Many people spend too quickly or too much at once, especially accident victims. However, to address this issue, our team has developed the PS Finance Installment Program.
Learn About Our Installment Program
The PS Finance Installment Program is a customized lawsuit funding plan designed to provide accident victims with guaranteed monthly installments over a fixed period of time. Each plan is tailored to meet our clients’ individual needs, helping us ensure that you receive the right amount of money spread out over the right amount of time.
Larger lump sum funding is more expensive because funding fees begin to accrue when a client receives the money. The Installment Program reduces these fees by spreading the receipt of money over a fixed period of time. It could even help you save thousands of dollars in funding costs.
Lawyers and their clients agree that this program is extremely useful when it comes to restoring a regular cash flow to pay monthly bills, lowering the costs associated with pre-settlement funding, and providing emotional relief from serious financial pressures while the case is moving toward resolution.
How It Works
During the first phase, our team will review your case. Then, we’ll determine the “Total Approved Funding Amount,” usually within 24 hours of receiving your information.
During the second phase, the PS Finance team will work with you or your attorney to develop a regular schedule of installments up to the Total Approved Funding Amount. These successive payments are designed to be stretched over a longer period of time, as well as assist with managing monthly bills. This program also lowers the ultimate cost of the advance settlement funding, as the fees only begin to accrue when each installment is provided.
Contact us today to learn more about our pre-settlement funding program. We serve clients in more than 35 states throughout the country.