FELA Lawsuit FundsFELA (Federal Employers Liability Act) provides railroad employees and their families the right to recover workmans / workers compensation if the railroad worker is injured or killed in a railroad accident. Enacted in 1908, it also assures railroad employees have a safe work place. Thousands of railroad accidents occur each year. The result is nearly 10,000 injuries and deaths; sixty percent being railroad worker accidents. Negligence or faulty equipment has been at fault for more than 80% of those accidents.

Injuries can include back, neck, shoulder, brain damage, spine injuries or broken bones. Injuries and even death continue to result from railroad jobs.  FELA protects the rights of railroad employees to cover medical bills, lost income and other costs related to an injury at work. Unfortunately waiting for a lawsuit with a FELA case can take a long time. Plaintiffs may begin to feel financially stressed.

If you are in this situation and need your settlement funds now, not later, contact us. We will work with you and your attorney to secure a pre settlement advance.

What Is a Pre Settlement Lawsuit Advance?

A pre settlement lawsuit advance provides the cash you need to pay living expenses and financial obligations while pursuing a settlement. There are no upfront fees, no monthly payments and no risk. Only repay when your case is won.

With our quick and easy application process, cash can be in your account in as little as 48 hours. Approval is based on the quality of your pending claim. We do not check your credit or employment history.

Disclaimer:Funding is not available in the following states: Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Vermont. We do not fund Workers Compensation Cases in the following states: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington DC, and Wisconsin.