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What is pre-settlement funding?

Pre-settlement funding provides cash to the plaintiff in a lawsuit before their case is finally resolved by a court decision or settlement. These funds can also help plaintiffs whose cases have been resolved but have yet to receive payments. The money allows plaintiffs to cover general living expenses, medical bills and other immediate needs while they wait for settlement. Pre-settlement funds are NOT loans. This money is for purchase of part of the recovery in a lawsuit made to qualifying plaintiffs. If the plaintiff loses his or her case, the part of recovery not purchased does not need to be transferred to us.

Types of cases eligible for pre-settlement funding

The most common types of cases for plaintiffs who may be eligible for pre-settlement funds are:

  • Personal Injury
  • Premises Liability
  • Product Liability
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • General Liability
  • Wrongful Death

States where we currently conduct pre-settlement transactions


Making Decisions

Peachtree has a variety of pre-settlement funding options for your unique needs. Smaller funding amounts (as little as $500) require no case-related documents and your attorney can submit a simplified application. Individuals seeking $5,000 or less can expect a fast application review and quicker funding. Large funding amounts are available up to $750,000. Post-settlement funding is also available.

When making decisions about who to secure pre-settlement funding from, be sure to ask questions such as:

  • Are there any hidden fees involved?
  • Is the monthly compounding fee competitive with other companies?
  • Does the monthly fee change over the term of the funding?
  • How long have they been involved in pre-settlement funding?
  • Does the company have good third-party ratings?
Read about our process.

Since 2005, Peachtree has delivered pre-settlement funding on more than 19,000 cases. As a top pre-settlement funding company, our fees are very competitive in the industry and our fast turnaround times can provide cash in as little as 24 hours on many cases upon approval.

Step 1: We contact your attorney.

Peachtree is dedicated to delivering quality customer service to the attorneys we work with, and we have received recognition from several legal publications.

Step 2: We review your case.

Again, service is our focus. With an efficient and fast review and underwriting process, we reduce requests for additional information while learning about your unique needs.

Step 3: We send an agreement to your attorney.

Once we’ve reviewed your case and determined which options may be best for you, qualified plaintiffs receive an agreement for you and your attorney to go over.

Step 4: You send us the signed agreement.

Once your attorney receives the agreement from Peachtree, all you need to do is sign the agreement and return it to Peachtree. It’s that simple.

Step 5: We overnight the funds to your attorney’s office.

As soon as we have the signed agreement, Peachtree can usually get you your funds within 24 hours. Some larger cases involve more underwriting and could require up to three days for approval and funding.


Every individual who seeks pre-settlement funding is unique. The fees depend upon the nature of your case, the amount of funds you are requesting and the amount of time it will take for full resolution. Talk to a Peachtree representative to learn more about the fees that apply to your case and know that there are no hidden fees when you receive pre-settlement funds from Peachtree.


In most cases, your attorney will only need to provide three key documents in order to be eligible for pre-settlement funding:

  • A completed application
  • A police report
  • All medical reports (if applicable)

In some, more involved cases we may request more documentation.

Our Representatives

When you work with Peachtree, you get a dedicated pre-settlement representative as your point of contact from start to finish. We find it’s the best way to ensure you’re being taken care of at a time when you need it most. Our representatives and our team of underwriters work hard to lessen the burden on attorneys and get quicker results for plaintiffs. It’s all part of our commitment to service that we call the Peachtree Promise.


We’re proud to be recognized for our unmatched customer dedication by several leading legal publications.

  • New York Law Journal – Best “Litigation Funding Provider” (2010 – 2013)
  • New Jersey Law Journal – Top Funding Company (2013)
  • The Legal Intelligencer (PA) – Case Funding Provider (Gold, 2012) (Silver, 2014)
  • Daily Business Review - #1 “Law Firm Funding Provider” (2012)
  • Daily Business Review - #1 “Litigation Provider” (2012)
  • The Recorder (CA) - Best “Litigation Funding Provider” (2012)
  • Texas Lawyer - #1 Best law Firm Funding Provider (2012)
  • The National Law Journal  - "#1 Litigation Funding Provider” (2013)

The settlement process can be difficult to understand and take quite a bit of time to resolve. Pre-settlement funding can provide some much-needed relief. Here are some answers to common questions that arise during the pre-settlement process.

How long does this process take?

Once we receive your completed application, the funding process usually takes between 1 and 3 business days.

Will I need a lawyer?

Yes. You must have an attorney representing your case. Peachtree will work directly with your attorney to ensure that all paperwork is complete and funding is delivered as quickly as possible.

Who will I be working with at Peachtree?

You’ll work with one dedicated representative throughout the entire process. This representative will be familiar with all the ins and outs of your case, and will be available to answer any questions you and your attorney might have.

What documents will I need?

This can vary but for most cases your attorney will need to provide a completed application, a police report and any medical reports if applicable.

What types of cases does Peachtree fund?
  • Personal Injury
  • Premises Liability
  • Product Liability
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • General Liability
  • Wrongful Death

Does Peachtree offer pre-settlement funding in my state?

Current eligible states are: AK, CA, CT, DE, FL, GA, IA, LA, KS, KY, MA, MI, NV, NH, NJ, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TX, UT, VA, WA, WY

Does it cost anything to apply for pre-settlement funding?

No. The application process is free. You pay nothing until your case is settled.

Are there any additional fees or costs?

No, our fees include a competitive monthly compounding fee on the amount funded which will include a one-time $75 document preparation fee.

Are pre-settlement funds the same as a loan?

No, it is the sale of a portion of the potential proceeds of the lawsuit. Unlike a loan, if the case is unsuccessful, you do not have to pay back the funding you received from Peachtree or incur any fees.

Will my attorney be required to sign any documents?

Yes, the attorney signs the “Acknowledgement by Counsel.” The attorney acknowledges the assignment of a portion of the proceeds and agrees to pay the amount due from the settlement proceeds to Peachtree upon settlement of the case.

Peachtree Financial Solutions has been helping people secure pre-settlement funds since 2005. We’ve delivered funds in over 19,000 cases to date. Our success is due in large part to an unparalleled commitment to service for the plaintiffs and attorneys we work alongside. With Peachtree, you get:

  • A dedicated representative as your contact for the duration of the case.
  • A team of underwriters to lessen the burden on you and streamline the process for your client.
  • Competitive pricing with no hidden fees.

And if needed, Peachtree can provide attorney funding to cover legal fees and operating expenses while your client’s case is being resolved.


We’re proud to be recognized for our unmatched customer dedication by your peers.

  • New York Law Journal – Best Litigation Funding Provider (2010 – 2014)
  • New Jersey Law Journal – Top Funding Company (2013)
  • The National Law Journal – #1 Litigation Funding Provider (2013)
  • The Legal Intelligencer (PA) – Gold Case Funding Provider (2012)
  • Daily Business Review – #1 Law Firm Funding Provider (2012)
  • Daily Business Review – #1 Litigation Provider (2012)
  • The Recorder (CA) – Best Litigation Funding Provider (2012)
  • Texas Lawyer – #1 Best Law Firm Funding Provider (2012)
  • New York Law Journal – #2 Best Law Firm Funding Provider (2014)


For each of your clients in need of pre-settlement funding you will need to fill out a simple application that is specific to your case. Peachtree will evaluate the information you provide and if approved, forward an Assignment Agreement to you for execution by you and your client.

In addition to the application, Peachtree will need a copy of the police or incident report, and any medical reports associated with the case.

FAQs for Attorneys

What documents does Peachtree require from my client’s file?

Usually, we request a copy of the plaintiff's complaint, the Defendant's answer, police or incident reports, a list of medical bills incurred and a copy of the relevant medical records. We will never require documents or information that is subject to the attorney-client privilege.

What if my client needs additional assistance at a later date?

Peachtree will further evaluate your client’s case at that time and in many cases will provide additional funding. However, the total amount of all transactions will not exceed 15% to 20% of your client’s expected recovery, after legal fees.

How much assistance can my client receive?

To ensure that the financial assistance provided by Peachtree will not hinder your ability to negotiate settlement, Peachtree will not purchase more than 15% to 20% of your client’s expected recovery, after legal fees.

Does Peachtree get involved with the handling of my client's case?

No, you and your client retain complete control of the litigation.

Is it ethical for an attorney to refer their clients to Peachtree?

It is absolutely ethical for an attorney to refer their clients to non-recourse funding companies. Contact us for information on the ethics opinion in your state.

Must a lawsuit be filed in order to get funding?

No, in exceptional situations, we may provide funding if there is sufficient information and documentation to allow us to evaluate the claim.

Does Peachtree offer post-settlement attorney funding in my state?

Peachtree offers attorney funding in all 50 states.


Peachtree Financial Solutions has helped provide pre-settlement funding for over 19,000 cases to date. Call us today at 1-866-559-7050 to find out how you can benefit from referring attorneys and claimants to Peachtree for help when they need it most.

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