Nebraska (NE) Lawsuit Loans

Updated on 6/6/2024

This article helps plaintiffs and attorneys alike learn more about lawsuit loans and alternatives in Wyoming. Below you will find the following information:

Lawsuit loan companies serving Wyoming

Below you will find a list of companies that provide funding in Wyoming. We highlight lawsuit loan companies we recommend, as well as local and regional funding companies where applicable.

Recommended lawsuit loan companies funding Wyoming residents

We recommend the following companies for plaintiffs residing in Wyoming.

Our pick for low rate lawsuit loans

USClaims offers some of the lowest, non-compounding rates in the industry. Many companies claim to offer “the lowest rates in the industry” – we recommend comparing them against an offer from USClaims to see for yourself.

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Our pick for fast lawsuit settlement loans

Thrivest Link Legal Funding offers reasonable funding terms often with simple, non-compounding rates. Their expert underwriting allows them to fund larger sums than many of their competitors. They frequently approve claims for funding within 24 hours.

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Highly rated on Google

High Rise Financial is a California-based lawsuit loan company. They have the most five-star reviews of any funding company in the industry. In addition to pre-settlement funding, High Rise provides medical care scheduling and financing services.

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See our full list of recommended companies here.

Lawsuit funding laws, regulation, and relevant ethics opinions in Wyoming

Wyoming state does not have any laws governing lawsuit loans and has no case law that is of particular relevance. Most lawsuit loan companies provide funding to residents of WY.

Can a lawyer lend money to a client in Wyoming?

In Wyoming, lawyers cannot provide any financial assistance to plaintiffs. They can cover court expenses if the client is impoverished, or advance all litigation-related expenses to the end of the case.
Source: Wyoming Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 1.8(e)

Lawsuit loan alternatives in Wyoming

Lawsuit loans are expensive. Plaintiffs in Wyoming should exhaust all other options before seeking legal funding. Check out the local resources below for some ideas:

  • Cash Assistance in Wyoming – Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) in Wisconsin comes in two forms: the POWER Work program and the POWER Caretaker Relative. POWER Work provides cash assistance and offers resources for job placement for families with parental caretakers. The POWER Caretaker program offers funds to non-parent caretakers. Both programs provide child support assistance.
  • Wyoming Low Income Energy Assistance and Weatherization Programs – this program provides assistance for energy bills and weatherization costs on a sliding scale based on income.
  • Wyoming Food Stamps (SNAP) – Wyoming SNAP gives low-income families access to stipends for food purchases according to income thresholds and the value of resources available.