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Fund Capital America: The Better Alternative for Lawsuit Loans in California

At Fund Capital America, we can provide same-day electric scooter accident legal funding. Have you been injured in a scooter crash or by a reckless scooter rider? If the accident wasn’t your fault and you’re facing a mountain of medical bills, we can provide the settlement funding you need now.

A settlement may be months away or more. But if you have a scooter injury, financial support can be available in less than 24 hours when you apply with Fund Capital America. Our process is paperless and there are no hidden fees. You’ll receive a non-recourse cash advance that you don’t owe us back if your case doesn’t win and you don’t recover compensation.  The repayment terms are solely based on the time of your case to settlement.

Understanding Electric Scooter Accidents

The financial repercussions of a scooter accident can be substantial. Scooter riders often have little protection, so being hit by a heavier vehicle or impacting the road surface can result in major injuries that require extensive medical care.

Electric scooter companies have been assertive about their safety guidelines. For example, you must be 18+ years old, have a valid driver’s license, wear a helmet, and follow all traffic laws. Riders are also urged to stay within designated bike lanes. If you follow safety guidelines and have been in an accident, your attorney can build a stronger case for you. 

Pre-settlement funding can help you afford daily expenses until you obtain a fair settlement following:

  • Car Accidents: Collisions often happen when a motorist makes a left turn, changes lanes, or a scooter rider is in their blind spot. Scooters don’t have a vehicle frame, seat belt, or airbags, so riders are often seriously injured.
  • Road Faults: A pothole, uneven pavement, or debris can cause a scooter rider to lose control and fall. Poor drainage, inadequate street lighting, ice, or issues with signage, traffic lights, construction sites, or manhole covers can also put riders at risk.
  • Abandoned Scooters: Oftentimes, scooters can be left anywhere. In some places, this has stirred controversy, as riders have left vehicles on the sidewalk, in front of building entrances, or blocking residents’ and business owners’ doors, causing trip hazards.
  • Pedestrian Accidents: Scooters travel much faster than people. Pedestrians may suddenly cross a path or stop abruptly, especially if startled by an oncoming scooter. Riders are, therefore, urged to stay off sidewalks.

As you can see, scooter accidents are often the result of negligence or actions that increase the risk of a crash. You can seek legal recourse from a liable party and be compensated for medical treatment, property damage, pain and suffering, etc. However, because accident victims are often out of work, they may struggle to pay immediate obligations such as rent, utilities, and exorbitant medical bills. But relief may be just hours, not months, away.

Why Electric Scooter Accident Legal Funding Is So Important

In Southern California, rideshare electric scooters have taken over the streets and sidewalks, thanks to aggressive campaigns by several companies. Riders face the risk of accidents and severe injuries. In such cases, pre-settlement funding is a much more practical alternative to settlement loans for electric scooter accidents.

The following companies have dominated California streets with electric scooters:

Uber JUMP Scooters

The leading rideshare company purchased JUMP, an electric bicycle-sharing company, and has since launched JUMP scooters in 10 cities. These low-cost scooters can be reserved through the Uber app or you can unlock one by scanning the QR code on the scooter’s handlebar. Riders can travel from point A to point B at up to 15 miles per hour.

Lime Electric Scooters

Lime-S scooters first became available in San Francisco. Like many other rideshare scooters, Lime scooters are just unlocked to get going. They are monitored remotely by so-called Lime Juicers, who seek out scooters that need recharging. In October 2018, thousands of lime scooters were pulled from the streets due to concerns of battery fires.

Bird Electric Scooters

Based in Santa Monica, Bird has advocated environmental benefits, convenience for low-income riders, and safety. It even offers free helmets for riders. As of summer 2018, bird scooters were in 20 U.S. cities, while cities like San Francisco and Denver have banned them. Like Lime, the company pays “chargers” to find and power up scooters with low batteries.

Lyft Electric Scooters

Lyft launched electric scooters in September 2018, starting in Santa Monica and Denver, and is now present in many U.S. cities. In addition to unlocking a scooter, users can end or pause a ride and get directions to an available scooter. Lyft Community Pass targets residents of Lyft’s service areas. An online fare estimator is available as well.


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Legal Funding for Electric Scooter Accident Victims

Legal funding provides a fast and risk-free way to obtain scooter injury financial support before your case settles. The legal process involves many steps, each of which can take time. It may be a year or more before you recover any settlement funds, but legal funding can provide the cash you need instantly out of your future settlement proceeds. 

In contrast to a traditional loan, legal funding is not backed by property or other assets. Approval is not dependent on your employment status or your credit score. A bank loan can require stiff repayment terms and you must start repaying the principal plus interest right away. But legal funding requires no upfront fees and you pay nothing out of pocket. Therefore, it adds no financial strain.

In short, the benefits of legal funding for electric scooter accident victims include:

  • Immediate funds for medical bills, rehabilitation, and daily living expenses.
  • No repayment unless the case is successfully settled.
  • Victims can pursue fair compensation without financial strain.

How to Obtain Legal Funding After a Scooter Accident

Applying for electric scooter accident legal funding is fast and simple. Our online application can be completed in minutes and requires just your name, contact information, and details of your accident and injuries. We’ll also need your attorney’s contact information, as the facts of the case will help us decide whether to approve your request and determine an amount to offer.

Each case is evaluated individually using a risk assessment model. We’re familiar with many types of cases and the injuries scooter riders are susceptible to. Therefore, our underwriters can quickly determine the strength of your case. The better its chances of winning, the more likely you’ll be approved for legal funding. Nonetheless, the basic criteria for your application being considered include if you:

  • Were in a scooter accident that caused you injury.
  • Have retained an attorney who knows you’re seeking funding.
  • Filed a lawsuit and have an estimate on the case’s value.

Ethical Considerations and Transparent Practices

Fund Capital America is committed to meeting all ethical guidelines when providing legal funding. All communications about your case details are kept between us and your lawyer. We also ensure transparent disclosure of terms, fees, and repayment conditions.

What Should I Do After an Electric Scooter Accident?

Fund Capital America provides electric scooter accident legal funding to anyone who qualifies. If eligible, you will receive a cash advance within 24 hours with no hidden fees, credit check, or upfront payment. The entire process is paperless and risk-free. Even if you lose your case, you still win with Fund Capital America because you get to keep your cash advance. If you win your case, repayment is based on the time it takes for it to settle.

Who Is Liable For an Accident Caused By an Electric Scooter?

To qualify for a cash advance, you must have suffered an injury resulting from an electric scooter accident for which you were not at fault. Next, you must have retained a personal injury attorney. Your attorney will help determine who is liable for the accident, whether it’s a driver, another scooter rider, a construction company, or a government agency. In more complex cases, more than one party may be liable for damages.

Searching for Electric Scooter Accident Legal Funding? Consider Pre-Settlement Funding With Fund Capital America!

Fund Capital America offers lawsuit funding that provides you with immediate scooter injury financial support. We can offer direct funding in a one-time lump sum, monthly installments, or periodic advances as your case moves forward. There is no middleman, no hidden fees, and no upfront payment. Even if you lose your case, you still get to keep the money. 

We also offer the most flexible pre-settlement funding options available. Need your settlement funds sooner? We can accelerate the process using the reverse mortgage principle so you don’t wait months or years for your settlement. If you already have a cash advance with another company and have collected an exorbitant amount in fees, another option is to refinance your cash advance. Our funding application takes less than 10 minutes and your request can be approved within 24 hours once we receive the required information.  Apply now to find out if you qualify for electric scooter accident legal funding, or call us today at (855) 870-2274.
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