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Legal-Bay Lawsuit Settlement Funding Reaffirms Commitment to Wrongful Termination, Discrimination Cases, Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Cases for 2014

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- Leading Pre-Settlement Cash Advance Company announces extension of Lawsuit Funding Capital for work related cases; including Merrill Lynch Race Discrimination lawsuit settlement.

BRONX, N.Y., Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Legal-Bay LLC, The Lawsuit Settlement Funding Company, announced today their increased commitment to complex litigation involving wrongful termination, retaliation or whistle blower cases – also known as Qui Tam cases, race or age discrimination cases, sexual assault or sexual harassment cases; as well as other employment law cases. 

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Legal-Bay has recently funded large amounts up to $100K in pre-settlement funding and settled cases regarding the high profile Merrill Lynch Race Bias Lawsuit, involving many black brokers.  The Merrill Lynch case was the largest discrimination case settled in U.S. history, topping out at $160MM.  While most firms do not fund many of these types of cases, including a class-action like the Merrill Lynch case; Legal-Bay is one of the few Legal Funding Companies that will.  Legal-Bay is working with brokers in the Legal Finance Industry that represent Merrill Lynch clients to contact them for assistance in getting these cases funded within 48 hours.

Legal-Bay has also been very active in assisting victims in high profile sexual assault cases involving church clergy, Boy's Scouts of America, and various camp sexual abuse cases.    

Chris Janish, CEO of Legal-Bay, commented on the company's increased commitment to providing lawsuit cash advances on this group of cases, "Many clients with wrongful termination, discrimination lawsuits, and sexual assault or harassment cases have found that many lawsuit funding firms do not fund these type of actions due to the complexity of these cases.  Once clients find Legal-Bay they are happy to find that our firm has a real focus on these type cases due to our expertise in these areas.  We are excited to have secured ample capital from our institutional investors to continue with this commitment in 2014." 

To learn more about Legal-Bay's funding process, log onto: http://lawsuitssettlementfunding.com/funding-process.php

Legal-Bay has been able to provide the necessary cash advance capital or pre-settlement funding for victims of work related or sexual abuse cases so that they can live their life with dignity until they can get back to meaningful employment.  Legal-Bay has been providing large lawsuit funding amounts for victims of these cases, even if the case is not settled yet or you have received a lawsuit cash advance from another legal funding company. 

To apply for pre-settlement lawsuit funding, not to be considered lawsuit loans, call Legal-Bay directly at: 877.571.0405 where live agents are available to discuss your funding options.  To apply directly online log on to: http://lawsuitssettlementfunding.com .

Source:  Legal-Bay LLC

Contact:  Patty Kirby, COO/Head of Client Relations

              Ph.  877.571.0405   Email:  info@legal-bay.com 

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