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Why Pre-Settlement Funding makes a difference

Here at Simia, we're proud to offer Pre-Settlement Funding, without judgment or hassle. We covered what Pre-Settlement Funding was on Friday, so now I'd love to take the opportunity to describe why it matters and what a difference it can make being backed by Simia.

If you've watched "Making a Murderer," which follows the heart-wrenching cases of Steve Avery and Brendan Dassey, then you've seen the legal system take advantage of unsuspecting people. Often, when an individual wants to pursue justice in court, they get run over by the costs and complications of the legal system. We find it unacceptable that good, hard-working people can have their lives changed and potentially ruined through no fault of their own.

That's where we come in. When you submit an application, we invest time, energy and good people into reviewing your case. We'll look at what you need to pursue justice. Maybe you've already got a great attorney and you just need a few thousand dollars to be able to weather the storm. We'll be happy to set you up with the funds you need, and we do so quickly, painlessly and with no expectation that you'll ever have to pay us back if you ultimately lose your case.

Maybe you don't even have an attorney, or know how to get one. That's no obstacle, as we've got a great network of hard-working, results-oriented lawyers who will be happy to go to bat for you. We'll make attorney recommendations, and work with them and you to figure out a plan of action that makes sense and gets you back on your feet as quickly as possible.

Often, with our legal system, the difference between settling a case early or going through a lengthy trial is strength. When people see an individual, they think they can take advantage of that person. When people see an individual backed by Simia, they know that we won't let them take advantage of anyone.

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