Woodbridge Pre-Settlement Funding Closes Q1 With Growing Lawsuit Cash Advance Portfolio and Triple Digit Growth

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Woodridge Pre-Settlement Funding, LLC, a leading provider of lawsuit cash advances celebrating its first year anniversary in April has grown rapidly, experiencing a triple digit increase in business in first quarter 2012.

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Woodbridge Pre Settlement Funding

We have helped many plaintiffs through the difficult pre-settlement phase of their lawsuits, aiding them in their quest to achieve the justice they deserve

Woodridge Pre-Settlement Funding, LLC, a leading provider of lawsuit cash advances celebrating its first year anniversary in April has grown rapidly, experiencing a triple digit increase in business in first quarter 2012.

Woodbridge Pre-Settlement Funding, LLC was founded in 2011, and is a sister company of Woodbridge Structured Funding, LLC, a major player in the cash flow industry for nearly two decades. Woodbridge has been an innovator and a leader in the specialty finance arena and brings vast experience, in addition to an unmatched reputation for excellence, to the new venture.

Woodbridge Pre-Settlement Funding quietly and methodically funded more than 250
pre-settlement cases in its first two months of operation. Now Woodbridge is making its mark in the pre-settlement arena and is firmly establishing itself as a company not to be taken lightly in this industry. The company has established a solid base of referring lawyers who trust that Woodbridge will not only work hard to provide their customers with the needed funds, but also give the highest level of customer service in the industry. Woodbridge has earned a reputation of treating its customers as individuals, paying attention to their needs and providing them with the cash necessary to help them through some of the most difficult times they have ever experienced.

Woodbridge Pre-Settlement Funding provides advances against pending lawsuits that have a high probability of settlement, as well as settled cases where the plaintiff is awaiting payment. The process of applying for a lawsuit cash advance is quick and easy. Individuals with a pending or recently settled lawsuit simply can call or apply online -- answering a few pre-screening questions. No application fees or credit checks are required and if qualified, plaintiffs can often have their cash within 48 hours -- with no risk. If the case doesn't settle, the advance does not have to be repaid.

"This has been an amazing first year," stated Executive Vice President Richard Salvato. "We have helped many plaintiffs through the difficult pre-settlement phase of their lawsuits, aiding them in their quest to achieve the justice they deserve. A cash advance often provides the leverage they need to obtain the highest possible settlement." It is common for plaintiffs to experience financial pressures that force them to settle early -- a move that often results in a smaller settlement. Salvato explained that Woodbridge Pre Settlement's mission is to help every accident and injury victim receive a fair settlement.

Woodbridge is projecting continued growth due to a large number of plaintiffs seeking the level of customer service and expertise that the company has long provided. Woodbridge subscribes to the theory that every client's need is unique and important and will never be treated as a faceless individual on a factory assembly line. This can potentially cause growth to be slower than the indifferent approach of other companies in this industry, but it produces good sustainable and long lasting growth built on a strong foundation. The formula works, and Woodbridge is proud of its business model and its commitment to excellence.

Woodbridge Pre-Settlement Funding, LLC can be found online at
http://woodbridgepresettlement.com

About Woodbridge Pre-Settlement Funding, LLC

Woodbridge Pre-Settlement Funding, LLC, is a sister company of Woodbridge Structured Funding, LLC, a pioneer in the cash now financial services industry. Since 1993, Woodbridge and its predecessor companies and founders have been providing lump sum cash payments for future structured settlement, annuity and lottery winnings with over 1 billion dollars of purchased future payments.

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