If you have been seriously injured or lost a loved one due to unsafe premises or a defective product or equipment, you have the right to seek compensation for all damages and injuries that may have occurred. If you retain a lawyer to pursue litigation, you also have the right to seek lawsuit funding.
Three lawsuits allege that a Charleston property owner failed to install, inspect, and maintain smoke alarms and was negligent in addressing recurring electrical problems resulting in a house fire that killed eight children and one adult. Although a building commissioner had said that only one smoke detector was in the house and it was not working or installed properly, investigators could not determine how the 2012 fire began and ruled the cause “undetermined.” The lawsuits seek monetary compensation, funeral expenses, and punitive damages.
Tragedies like this one will often cause leave family members struggling financially to pay the bills associated with the death of a loved one. This tragedy was two years ago and the wrongful death lawsuits could take months, even year, to resolve. One vehicle to help this family financially is a lawsuit cash advance. Lawsuit funding is a plaintiff’s leverage; it helps pay the bills and “buys” time until a fair settlement can be reached. With a solid lawsuit as collateral, lawsuit funding can keep relieve the financial pressure and prevent resolving the lawsuit too soon, for too little.
Applying for lawsuit funding is easy and free; legal finance applications can be made online or by telephone, toll free. Once approved, funding can be available within 24-48 hours. The plaintiff pays no monthly fees and is under no obligation to repay the lawsuit cash advance until the case resolves successfully. If the case is lost, the obligation is completely excused. With lawsuit funding there is not need to accept an inadequate offer by the insurance company. For more information on lawsuit funding, visit us online or call us toll-free at 1-866-548-3863.