About Cronus

Whatever the cause, being injured and awaiting a lawsuit settlement can be stressful, especially when you are out of work and the bills begin to pile up. Even with the best attorney, insurance settlements can take months or even years. Meanwhile, you have monthly bills to pay and a family to care for.

Cronus can help relieve financial stress while you await your personal injury settlement. We provide funding for a wide array of personal injury cases, including:

  • Assault and battery
  • Auto accident
  • Bicycle injuries
  • Burn injuries
  • Dog bites
  • Medical malpractice
  • Nursing home negligence
  • Pedestrian injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Trips and falls
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Wrongful death

Rushing your personal injury settlement because you need cash can cost you money in the long run. It takes time to review details and scrutinize documentation. Sometimes medical complications arise that increase your total damages.

Insurance companies and defendants may stall the settlement process, attempting to pressure you into accepting a lower settlement than you deserve. They count on everyday financial stress to wear you down. Cronus can help level the playing field by forwarding cash now to tide you over while your case settles.

We Have a Solution

At Cronus, we understand the stress associated with being injured and unable to work. Recovery can be painful and time consuming. Meanwhile, utility bills, car and mortgage payments or rent need to be paid in a timely manner. Even if you have been assured that your case will result in a sizable settlement, it can be months before you see a single dime.

With a personal injury cash advance from Cronus, you can relieve financial stress so you can focus on healing from your injuries.

How it Works

Pre-settlement funding provides a way for you to use some of the money expected from your lawsuit, prior to the actual settlement. Cronus will review your case and offer to advance you a portion of your expected settlement now. When your case is settled, Cronus will be repaid from the settlement award.

Unlike a traditional funding, a pre-settlement cash advance does not require you to make monthly payments. Instead, Cronus purchases a percentage of what we think you are likely to receive, once your lawsuit is settled. Better still, if you should lose your case, you owe us nothing, so risk is minimal.

Benefits of a pre-settlement cash advance include:

  • Easy to qualify
  • Simple application process
  • Low risk
  • Competitive rates
  • Empowerment against low-ball offers
  • Pay your bills and stay afloat

In essence, a pre-settlement cash advance buys you and your attorney time to fight back against insurance companies so you can hold out for a larger settlement.

Steps to Apply for Pre-Settlement Funding

If you feel your personal injury case qualifies you for pre-settlement funding, follow these simple steps to get the process started:

  1. Discuss your options with attorney: Make sure your lawyer is willing to work with Cronus.
  2. Estimate how much money you will need: To minimize interest, apply for only the amount of money you think you will need until your case settles.
  3. Submit your application: The application process is quick and easy, and our staff will be happy to walk you through it.  

In many cases, your pre-settlement funds will be available within a day or two after your application is approved. Approval is based on your personal injury settlement. Your current employment status, income and credit history do not factor into our decision.

Do not live another day, wondering how you will pay your bills while healing and waiting for your lawsuit to settle. Contact the friendly courteous staff at Cronus today, and let us help you relieve financial stress and empower you to hold out for a larger settlement.

Contact Us for a Free Consultation

If you are a personal injury victim and cannot work, don’t wait until your bills get so far behind that you can’t catch up.

Call us for a  free consultation, and get the cash you need now.