Client Funding

One Stop Resource For Injury Client Funding

Apogee Capital offers non-recourse, guaranteed pre and post-settlement cash advances to pay for your client's essential needs. We also offer medical and/or surgical funding so they can get the medical treatment they need immediately.

Larger Settlements

Pre-settlement funding gives your client the financial freedom now to pay necessary expenses and medical bills while you build their case to result in a fair and full reward. By alleviating financial pressures that could force them to agree to a smaller settlement, receiving funding from Apogee Capital benefits both the injured client and the attorney. A larger award for your client, and you receive your maximum fees.

Non Recourse

Apogee Capital's injured client cash advances and medical funding are not loans – they are non-recourse funding against pending lawsuit settlements. If your case fails to settle, clients do not pay back one cent on their advance.

We Do Not Over Fund

Apogee Capital will not over fund your client. We approve 10-15% of the estimated award amount so repayment of funding and the usage fees will not absorb a large part of the award. Our experience is that this percentage is appropriate to allow payment for essential needs while allowing a considerable award to remain for your client their case is settled in court.

Funding Only with Attorney Approval

We want to help fund clients, but we will never provide funding without talking to their attorney first. We only want to provide clients enough cash to pay for their essential expenses, leaving the maximum amount possible to receive of their award.

Fast, simple, & no cost for approval

Our application and approval process is fast, simple and costs nothing. We do not need employment verification or a credit check.  Plus our contract is written to protect you and your client in the event there is no award settled on in your case.

Funding for Most Cases

Apogee Capital almost always will fund any case with evidence of negligence proving liability of a defendant with an established ability to pay a settlement of fair value of the damages caused to the personal injury victim.

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