Justice is often a long time in coming. This case is no exception.
In this instance, two men were severely burned in an accident at an Eighty Four company. They were finally awarded a multi-million dollar settlement for their injuries at trial in Washington County Court.
Plaintiff Rudolph Paci, from Centerville, was awarded $9.75 million for his damages. This figure included $7.5 million for disfigurement. Plaintiff James Sutch, from Daisyville, received $3.023 million, which also included $2.5 million for disfigurement.
This was a rough case for everyone involved, as the men had almost literally been through hell and managed to survive. They sustained their disfiguring burns when molten metal exploded from an Inductothermal furnace and drenched them while they were working on it. Paci was a melter and Sutch an assistant melter for Ametek Specialty Metal Products.
The jury found Inductothermal 50 percent responsible and the suppliers to Eighty Four company (Allied Mineral and Vesuvius) each 25 percent responsible. Jennifer Paci received $80,000 and Michele Sutch was awarded $50,000.
This is a perfect example of a case in which either of the plaintiffs could have filled out an application for litigation funding and been assured of getting their medical expenses and therapy paid for right away. The lawsuit loan would have given them financial stability until their verdicts were rendered.
Applying for pre-settlement funding is not hard and it would have only taken mere minutes for the plaintiffs to have filled out an online form or make a direct phone call to the litigation funding company. They would only need to provide the company with the details of their case, wait while the case was evaluated and then wait for the lawsuit funding to arrive in their bank.
The waiting period is minimal and in fact, the lawsuit cash advance is often referred to as “fast cash” because it gets to the plaintiff so quickly once it has been approved. The funds often arrive by check or wire and once there, the plaintiff has immediate access to them to pay their debts, deal with ongoing expenses and pay the usual monthly bills most people have, such as the rent, car loans, the mortgage and credit card bills.
Overall, the plaintiff has the ability to control their case once they receive pre-settlement funding, because it allows them to decline any cheap offers from insurance companies. Lawsuit funding is not for everyone, but in many cases, it’s the answer to plaintiff’s prayers when it comes to paying significant medical bills and trying to get on with their lives.