Texas Lawsuit Loans

Texas lawsuit loans are available to people with a qualifying personal injury lawsuit.  

Are you having financial difficulties? Prime Case LLC is here to assist you with legal funding for your everyday needs. We have assisted clients throughout all cities in Texas. We work with your attorneys and can fund you in as little as twenty-four hours. Types of Cases: We extend legal loans on lawsuits and provide lawsuit advances for plaintiffs who have one of the following pending cases in the State of California:  Car Accidents, Jones Act, Medical Malpractice Cases, Personal Injury Claims, Labor Law Cases, Tractor Trailer Accidents , Burn Victims, Verdicts on Appeal, Premise Liability / Slip and Fall Cases, Negligence Cases, Civil Cases, Post Settlement Cases and more. We can review all of the above mentioned cases for legal funding, but most commonly we come across auto accident cases.  Texas requires all drivers to carry auto insurance in order to meet the state’s financial responsibility requirement. At a minimum, Texas drivers must have the following coverage:
  • $30,000 for bodily injury per person,
  • $60,000 for bodily injury per accident if two or more people are injured,
  • $25,000 for property damage per accident.
Texas uses a “fault” system when it comes to auto insurance. In the words of the Texas Department of Insurance, a “fault” system is one that requires drivers to “pay for the accidents they cause.”  After an accident occurs, a driver, passenger, or pedestrian who suffered injury in the crash may decide to file a claim with his or her own auto insurance first, in what’s known as a “first-party” claim.  The injured person may also decide to seek compensation from the other driver’s insurer, by filing what’s known as a “third-party” claim.  Finally, and injured person may decide to file a lawsuit to prove who was at fault and seek money damages for injuries, property damage pain and suffering or any other losses caused by the accident. It is important to consult with an attorney to further understand your rights. For more information on how it works please see How to Qualify.