Woman Drives Drunk with Six-Year-Old Daughter as Passenger

Every day, we hear about auto accidents as the result of a drunk driver. The innocent victim may seek legal advice and file a lawsuit, but these claims take time. In the meantime, bills keep coming in. If you are unable to work, the financial impact is manifested. This is where lawsuit funding can help.

Recently, a woman was driving under the influence. That’s bad, but what makes me shake my head was that she had her 6-year-old child in the car. When the woman drifted into another lane, she rear-ended a vehicle causing both automobiles to slam into a barrier wall. EMS crews took everyone to hospital; the driver of the second vehicle suffered chest pains and a passenger sustained a broken ankle. Fortunately, the 6-year-old escaped uninjured.

The police arrested the drunk driver at the scene, charging her with driving under the influence, and endangering a child. On the way to jail, the mother profusely apologized. This woman put herself in danger, she put other drivers on the road in danger, but unbelievably, she put her own daughter in danger.

This accident could have been a lot worse, but injuries may be prolonged for months, even years; the injured may be unable to work temporarily or permanently. The innocent victims may wish to consult an attorney about their rights to compensation for injuries sustained, plus future medical expenses for therapy, drugs, rehabilitation, possible surgery and the inability to walk without pain.

Until the case settles, victims may require help paying their ongoing medical bills, lost wages and so forth. But, what do they do to pay their bills when they are out of work or can’t afford the added expenses? The best solution may be to apply for pre-settlement funding, also referred to as litigation funding.

Lawsuit funding is an emergency “loan” for plaintiffs that find themselves in a financial bind. The lawsuit cash advance helps them pay all of their bills immediately, and allows them the time they need to try and move forward with their lives and heal. With a legal funding company, you are treated with the greatest of respect and dignity. They appreciate how much you have been through.

Lawsuit funding is sent to qualified plaintiffs within 24-48 hours of being approved. There are no upfront fees, no monthly payments, and you do not need to be employed. Typically, most plaintiffs that apply for pre-settlement funding are not able to work, which is one of the reasons they need a lawsuit cash advance. Litigation funding is worth checking out. While it is not for everyone, by getting more information on how it works, you can make informed decisions.

Daren Monroe writes for Litigation Funding Corp. To learn more about lawsuit funding and litigation funding, visit Litigationfundingcorp.com.

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