Our in-house assessment team is comprised of over half a dozen legal professionals located across Canada with a combined 180+ years of personal injury litigation experience.
Our lending process is fast and efficient, but also protects you and your clients from the problematic consequence of too large a loan offered too early in the litigation, at too high a cost.
The BridgePoint Portal provides law firms with fully secure, online access to all their plaintiff account details in real time. No missed accounts at settlement, no need for payout statements and full report generation capabilities.
In appreciation of our loyal law firm clients, our Preferred Program offers automatic loan approvals, same day funding and preferential settlement loan terms.
To learn more about the program and how to join, Contact Us.
BridgePoint is one of very few lenders qualified under OTLA's "Policy on Litigation Lending Companies". Unlike many other litigation lenders, we ensure our settlement loans are appropriate to the client's needs and proportionate to the claim value.
The denial or exhaustion of a plaintiff’s insurer benefits can prolong the recovery process and impede an accident victims’ ability to mitigate damages. BridgePoint’s Treatment Financing Program is designed to ensure that plaintiff’s maintain access to vital med/rehab and related treatment services in the absence of paid benefits, maximizing their recovery prospects.
Note to Counsel: Our financing commitment letters, or “term sheets”, can serve as notice to defendants that any treatment financing costs incurred will be sought as additional damages.
Is a settlement loan right for you? A settlement loan from BridgePoint can be an invaluable resource when trying to make it through the litigation process. However, every situation is different and sometimes a settlement loan for your personal injury claim isn’t the best option.
We have put together a comprehensive guide to help you and to provide answers to the questions you may have.
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