Wednesday, October 31, 2007

So many times lawsuits (of the non-frivolous type) stall out or are pressured to come to a fast and non-fair settlement because the plaintiffs cannot afford to keep meeting the expenses that come along with it. Here's a new concept. Any Lawsuits loans. The company will give you the money to fight your case through to settlement, and you only repay the loan if you win. I think this is a good plan; too often you feel defeated before you even start to fight. When the true costs come to surface; filing fees for this and that, travel to the court, time off of work to do the paperwork, the meetings, the consults, the talks... where does it end? And if you are independently wealthy it's unlikely you'll be in this position to begin with. Which is why it's so important to meet those little costs with the least amount of stress as possible.

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