MOORESTOWN, N.J. (PRWEB) October 01, 2017
DRB Financial Solutions, LLC is pleased to announce that its subsidiary, USClaims (http://www.usclaims.com), has been voted a top service provider by the readers of the New Jersey Law Journal in its “Best of” 2017 survey. USClaims earned First Place in the Best Law Firm Funding Provider category and Second Place in the Consumer Litigation Funding Provider category.
The New Jersey Law Journal’s “Best of” survey asks its readers to vote for the best providers of products and services to the legal community. The 2017 survey is the journal’s sixth annual ranking; results were published in the Best of 2017 issue on Sept. 25.
Founded in 1996, USClaims is the longest continuously operating pre-settlement funding firm in the United States. The firm operates by purchasing a portion of the anticipated proceeds of a legal claim and is paid only if the plaintiff wins its case or receives a settlement. In 2014, the firm was acquired by Florida-based specialty finance company DRB Financial Solutions, LLC, a move that has enabled USClaims to assist more customers than ever before.
About USClaims: USClaims (http://www.usclaims.com) provides non-recourse financial support to personal injury victims, some of whom may have suffered catastrophic injuries from defective products, unsafe premises, motor vehicle accidents, and other types of accidents. A longtime member of the industry trade group the American Legal Finance Association (ALFA), USClaims supports injured plaintiffs and their attorneys by purchasing a portion of the anticipated recovery, thereby providing the injured plaintiff the means to pay bills and endure the often long and arduous litigation process.
About DRB Financial Solutions, LLC: DRB Financial is a leading purchaser of structured settlement and annuity payments and other types of contractual cash flows through its subsidiaries US Claims, DRB Capital (http://www.drbcapital.com), CRG Financial (http://www.crgfinancial.com), Echelon Medical Capital (http://www.echelon.us), and Producer Advance (http://www.produceradvance.com).