Waiting for your lawsuit settlement money from your case can be financially straining. A lawsuit cash advance can provide plaintiffs with immediate financial relief from money problems.
A dump truck driver slammed into the back of a Nissan Altima stopped at a red light on a New Jersey road. The impact sent the two vehicles through a guardrail and into a lake. When police arrived on scene, they found the dump truck completely on top of the Altima, which was submerged more than two hours before emergency personnel were able to remove it from the water. The driver of the Nissan was pronounced dead at the scene; the driver of the truck was treated at the hospital and released.
Witnesses told police the dump truck driver was traveling at a high rate of speed and driving erratically and a prosecutor alleges the he caused three other accidents earlier the same day. Shortly before noon, the truck driver rear-ended an automobile at a light. In less than three hours, he was involved in a three-vehicle accident in which he was issued a summons for careless driving. Shortly after driving away from that accident, he drove across a lawn causing damage. He has been charged with one count of second-degree death by auto, and was also issued five motor vehicle citations: reckless driving, careless driving, operating a commercial vehicle without a proper license, and failure to observe a traffic signal. An attorney for the negligent truck driver alleges that his client had been recently diagnosed with diabetes and was suffering from erratic blood sugar at the time. An initial review of the toxicology reports shows no sign of drugs or alcohol in his system.
In auto accidents where negligence or wrongdoing is involved, the at-fault driver can be held liable for the injuries, damages and losses. The family of deceased victim can file a wrongful death claim seeking compensation for damages such as funeral and burial expenses, loss of future income, pain and suffering, and loss of love and companionship. Unfortunately, the legal process can take upwards of several months to years before compensation is received. During this time, if they need financial assistance to pay the bills, litigation funding may be the answer.
Insurers will delay the case as long as they can and low-ball a settlement offer so families in financial distress will feel pressure to settle for less than full compensation. Obtaining auto accident litigation funding can neutralize this tactic and provide plaintiffs the ability to pay the bills, and avoid eviction, bankruptcy, and ruined credit.
If you need cash now to relieve the burden and constant worry of waiting for compensation that you are entitled to, turn to litigation funding. With Litigation Funding Corp., there are no upfront fees, no credit checks, and no payments until the case settles; best of all, you keep the money if you lose your case. Our one-page application can be completed in less than five minutes or call one our legal funding specialists. Once received, we will do the rest. We will contact your attorney and get the necessary documents; if approved, we will wire funds directly into your bank account, usually in less than 48 hours. The cash advance can be used for anything you need, but most victims will use it to pay the mortgage or rent, medical expenses, funeral expenses, or ongoing household bills.
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