October 23, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Available for Pedestrian-Auto Accident Victims

Pedestrian-automobile accidents lead to some of the most serious injuries. When a pedestrian is struck by several thousand pounds of metal, even a low-speed collision can lead to serious injuries, even death. Medical bills can be catastrophic. In the event of death, funeral and burial expenses and possibly the loss of income from a sole breadwinner can turn a family upside down. It is imperative to seek legal advice from experienced personal injury attorney who can help victims obtain just compensation for damages. But, how will a family pay the bills while their attorney fights for their rights? A lawsuit funding company can keep cash-strapped plaintiffs financially stable with a lawsuit cash advance until a settlement or verdict is reached.

A lawsuit can take months or years to settle. During this time, many plaintiffs face financial challenges. The insurance company knows this and will make a low offer in hopes that the desperate plaintiff will accept. These offers may sound reasonable but in reality, they are not. The good news is that don’t have to rush into an early settlement; a lawsuit funding company can help plaintiffs wait for the right settlement.

Lawsuit funding is a no-risk means for plaintiffs to pay the bills, avoid destroying their credit reputation, focus on healing physically and emotionally, and allowing their attorney time needed to negotiate a fair settlement.

Some benefits to lawsuit funding include:
• No upfront fees
• No monthly payments
• No credit checks or employment verification
• No obligation to repay if you lose your case
• Cash in less than 48 hours

If you are the victim of a pedestrian accident and struggling to meet daily living expenses, pay medical bills, and other expenses while your case is being litigated, don't allow the insurance company to take advantage of you and don’t make the situation worse by not paying your bills and damaging your financial reputation. Contact Lawsuit Financial; we are here for plaintiffs when they need cash the most.

October 23, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Can Positively Influence Victim's Financial Future

Lawsuit funding provides plaintiffs with quick access to cash without the need for good credit or current employment. That is because funding is based completely on the merits of the case.

Two women traveling in a Nissan Sentra were the victims of fatal auto accident when the driver of a Yukon SUV ran a red light and T-boned their car before hitting two other vehicles. Both women died at the scene; the driver of the Yukon was not injured. Four others escaped minor to serious injuries. One of the deceased women leaves behind two young children, ages three and five. The other woman was the single mother of a sixteen-year-old daughter. Witnesses said it appeared the Yukon tried to brake, but was going to fast to avoid the accident.

The families of the deceased have filed a wrongful death lawsuit, but reaching a settlement could take some time. How will the short-term financial future of these two families be affected while waiting for a settlement or verdict? Lawsuit funding may be available during the interim. With the help of our legal funding services, these families can wait for the compensation they deserve without the financial worries that can hamper recovery.

The process begins with the completion of a one-page funding application. Once received, Lawsuit Financial will contact their attorney for documentation to determine the strength of the case. Once approved and a contract is prepared and signed, the lawsuit cash advance can be mailed or wired as quickly as one day. Lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis meaning that clients are only expected to pay the money back once a settlement is obtained. That's right; you win or the cash advance is yours to keep - free!

If you have filed a wrongful death lawsuit, a lawsuit cash advance can be particularly helpful when pressed for money and considering accepting a low settlement offer from the insurance company just to pay the bills. Call us 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) at or visit us online to learn how Lawsuit Financial can make it possible to fight for your rights no matter how long it takes.

October 21, 2014

Lawsuit Funding for Nursing Home Negligence Claim

Every year, millions of people become victims of nursing home negligence in the U.S. Due to the increasing number of elderly people as the baby boomer generation ages, the number of nursing home negligence cases will continue to rise. With it, so will the need for nursing home negligence lawsuit funding.

A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed in the death of a nursing home resident. During the patient's six-month stay, she suffered from bed sores, infections, dehydration, malnutrition, and other injuries. The suit claims staff negligence led to hospitalization and eventually loss of life. The suit also alleges that the deceased suffered disfigurement, disability, pain and suffering, mental anguish, loss of enjoyment of life, and loss of dignity. The plaintiff is seeking compensatory and punitive damages to be determined by a jury.

When we place our loved ones in the care of a nursing home, we expect they will receive quality care. Unfortunately, nursing home negligence and abuse are all too common due in part to overworked nurses, under-trained staff, and/or a simple lack of interest by nursing home staff. If you or a loved one suffered physical or emotional injuries because a nursing home was negligent or failed to fulfill its care obligations to you and your family, you may have grounds for a nursing home negligence case.

Choosing the right attorney is a vitally important decision. If you do not know an attorney who specializes in nursing home abuse, Lawsuit Financial has excellent legal referral sources all over the country to assist you; this is a free service for injury victims and their family members. The litigation process is typically a financial and emotional roller coaster especially when money is tight and the bills keep coming. Victims do not want to conduct settlement negotiations when they are struggling, financially. If they do, they will, almost always, accept an offer that is less than full case value.

Lawsuit Financial can assist victims and family members through the difficult financial issues facing them by providing a lawsuit cash advance known as lawsuit funding. Funding can be used for medical, emotional or financial needs; there are no restrictions on how the money is used. There are no upfront fees, monthly payments, credit checks or employment verifications. Because it is a non-recourse cash advance, if you lose your case you owe nothing. There is no need to settle too soon, for too little or struggle financially when Lawsuit Financial is here to help.

Visit us online or call us toll free at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) to discuss your financial needs; we offer a no-obligation lawsuit funding consultation. Once we receive an application, we will review the request and specific case documentation from your attorney. If approved, Lawsuit Financial can send a check or wire funds directly into your account in less than 48 hours. It is that easy.

October 21, 2014

Don't Settle For Less. We Can Put Time and Money in Your Hands

Many people involved in an auto accident, at no fault of their own, face financial difficulty during a pending lawsuit. When injuries are serious, there is usually an additional financial hardship resulting from the loss of income. The stress of dealing with these financial pressures can be detrimental. The billion-dollar insurance industry knows it has a greater leverage over injured citizens seeking fair settlements and will deny, delay, and defend a fair settlement. As the bills continue to mount, plaintiffs will be tempted to settle for much less than they deserve. That was before litigation funding.

Litigation funding can help change the outcome of a settlement award because with the cash advance a plaintiff becomes more financially stable while allowing his/her attorney more time to negotiate a higher settlement. And, because litigation funding is on a non-recourse basis, there are no payments until the plaintiff settles or win the case. If the plaintiff loses, the repayment is waived in its entirety. The litigation funding company requires no credit checks or employment verification; all that is needed is a completed one-page application and documents from the plaintiffs' attorney so the funding company can evaluate the merits of the case. If approved, funds can be available within 24 - 48 hours.

If you have been injured in an auto accident, are unable to return to work, and the bills keep piling up, don't let the slow wheels of justice force you to settle for less because the wheels of the creditors are spinning so fast. Call Lawsuit Financial to find out if you qualify for litigation funding or complete our one-page online application.

October 21, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Can Help Victims After A Jarring Experience

Rain affects the road, your vehicle and your vision. Problems from visibility to traction to traffic can contribute to hazardous conditions; the chances of being involved in an auto accident are far more likely. Drivers are expected to slow down and to exercise extreme caution under rainy conditions. Failing to do so can only make an already dangerous situation even more extreme for themselves, passengers, and other motorists. If an accident occurs, the negligent driver can be held accountable for damages. For those harmed, it is important to seek medical assistance as soon as possible, followed by consulting an experienced attorney to determine their rights. Once a lawsuit is underway, victims in need of financial assistance may wish to seek lawsuit funding.

A double-decker tour bus traveling from Atlanta to Chicago overturned on Interstate 65 south of Indianapolis when the driver of the Megabus attempted to avoid a vehicle in an earlier accident. When the driver lost control, the bus carrying nearly 50 Chicago Bears fans rolled and landed on its side. Twenty-six passengers were injured; six were taken to the hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries.

Four passengers have filed a lawsuit against the bus company and its subsidiaries claiming they suffered personal injuries, financial damages and medical expenses. According to complaints filed, the passengers claim they heard the Megabus driver say the windshield wipers were not operating properly and that it was difficult to see the road in the rain. The plaintiffs also claim he was driving too fast for the rainy conditions. The lawsuit seeks at least $50,000 in damages. More passengers are expected to join in the lawsuit.

While the investigation continues and their attorney builds a case, the plaintiffs might wish to consider whether lawsuit funding is necessary to help pay medical expenses and other bills until a settlement or verdict is reached. Lawsuit Financial has been helping plaintiffs for more than fifteen years get through the financial difficult times between filing a claim and case resolution with a lawsuit cash advance. We understand that it can take a long time for a lawsuit to settle and while you wait you may need money to pay the mortgage/rent, medical bills, and auto payments, or simply put food on the table. With the help of a lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs can meet their short and long-term financial needs while waiting on a case settlement.

It costs nothing to apply and funding is often available within 24-48 hours by wire or check. Applicants don't need to be employed and there is not credit check. The only condition to receive funding is a case with merit. Best of all, repayment is conditioned on winning the case. If funding is provided and the case is lost, the cash advance does not have to be repaid.

Lawsuit funding can be a smart strategic move to give you and your attorney time needed to obtain maximum results. Call Lawsuit Financial or fill out our online application to determine if lawsuit funding is right for you and your case.

Lawsuit Financial, the pro-justice lawsuit funding company, advises all readers to drive carefully, avoid speeding, and travel in accordance with weather and road conditions. Simple safety prevents accidents and lawsuits.

October 20, 2014

The "Real Value" of Lawsuit Funding

Life can throw a curve ball and sometimes an expensive one. What if someone was injured in an auto accident or slip and fall, or a loved one died due to a doctor's negligence? When this happens, people may be forced to drain their savings or take out a loan just to pay the bills. While there are cases in which a settlement is paid quickly (probably, a settlement that significantly benefits the insurance company; it won't pay early, otherwise), many claims will take months, even years. The reasons are varied, but the bottom line is that delayed claim resolution often leaves plaintiffs financially strapped. Unfortunately, plaintiffs can't go to the bank and ask for a loan if they are seriously injured or lost their job. For those facing foreclosure or simply unable to pay the medical bills or put food on the table, lawsuit funding may be the perfect solution.

When considering a lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs need to understand that lawsuit funding should be no different than a bank loan; use it only if you really need it. Funding should not be wasted on frivolous items or just to have cash on hand, but rather for emergencies and necessary living expenses. Prior to applying for lawsuit funding, plaintiffs should first consider their financial position; if not faced with dire financial circumstances or other resources to tap into, the plaintiff is not an appropriate funding candidate.

Mark Bello, President and CEO of Lawsuit Financial, says he will not let clients over-fund. His firm works directly with the plaintiff's attorney to make a realistic estimate of the case value, the client's needs, and the timing of the cash advance. Mr. Bello says the following factors should be considered before pursuing lawsuit funding.

1. Does the client seem more concerned about financial issues than he/she is about his accident, injuries, and receiving full compensation?

2. Is the client faced with increasing financial issues such as eviction, foreclosure, repossession of his/her vehicle?

3. Is the client unable to put food on the table, pay for medical treatment/expenses or other necessities of life?

4. Does the client need surgery/medical procedures that s/he has no insurance for and cannot otherwise afford?

5. Is the client seriously considering settling his/her valuable case for inadequate compensation?

By eliminating financial desperation, there is a greater potential for achieving substantially improved case results.

Anyone unwilling to settle for less than what their case is worth, but are not in a financial position to move ahead with the litigation process should consult a legal funding expert to learn the "real value" of lawsuit funding.

October 14, 2014

A Halloween Hayride Goes Haywire. Mechanical Failure to Blame

October is a time for apple cider, doughnuts, hayrides, and haunted houses. The last thing anyone expects is to “fight for your life” from a “fright for the night.”

A 17-year-old girl died and more than 20 others were injured during a Halloween-themed hayride at Harvest Hill Farm in Mechanic Falls, Maine. The flatbed trailer was being pulled by a Jeep SUV when the driver apparently missed a turn at the top of a hill. The trailer jackknifed and the Jeep went off the steep, narrow dirt road. The trailer loaded with riders went crashing down a hill and slammed into a tree, throwing its passengers to the ground. Although the investigation is ongoing, police believe a mechanical problem may have prevented the SUV from stopping. The state fire marshal is inspecting the trailer; state police are inspecting the vehicle that was pulling the wagon.

While state fire marshals inspect and license mechanical amusement rides in Maine, but hayrides do not require such licensing. This does not excuse businesses and property owners from failing to insure their customers are safe. If it is determined that the owners or the driver of the Jeep were negligent or careless, such as failing to properly maintain the Jeep and trailer or overloading the trailer, they can be held accountable. If it is determined that the brakes failed due to a mechanical error or defective product, the auto manufacturer can be held accountable as well.

As a family mourns the loss of a young girl and many others heel from injuries, they may wish to consult an experienced attorney to understand their rights. Although a lawsuit can help the victims received compensation for damages, it will not be an easy road. Often times, it will take months, even years before a settlement is reached. Most likely, the defendants and their insurance companies may attempt to raise the doctrine known as assumption of the risk. While an attorney works to achieve the maximum case value, those with limited income may struggle to keep their case strong. That is where lawsuit funding comes in.

Lawsuit Financial is a legal funding company providing lawsuit cash advances against an expected settlement or verdict in a pending case. Securing lawsuit funding can help pay funeral expenses, medical bills, mortgage, credit car debt, and other out of pocket expenses. A lawsuit cash advance can also help avoid the pressures of settling too soon, for too little. There are no application fees, credit checks, or monthly payments; we approve funding based solely on the merits of the case. We are only repaid once our clients successfully settler their case; if the case is lost, the repayment is waived.

Call or visit us online for a free consultation or to apply for no-risk lawsuit funding. We will evaluate your application and case documentation quickly; if approve, you can receive funding in as little as 24 hours.

October 13, 2014

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Settles for $2.05 Million in Pedestrian-Auto Accident

It is always difficult to hear about the loss of a loved one due to an auto-pedestrian accident. Determining fault can sometimes be a complicated process. A wrongful death lawsuit can take years, time many plaintiffs don’t have if faced with financial issues. While the family of the deceased may eventually receive a financial settlement to compensate them for their loss, they may experience a shortfall in their finances that could lead to a significant financial hardship. If this happens, they may benefit from litigation funding - a lawsuit cash advance against a future settlement.

A 60-year-old woman was in the crosswalk when she was hit by a pick-up truck in 2011. The force of impact sent the pedestrian flying to the pavement, where she struck her head, suffering serious injuries. She died two days at the hospital. The family filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the truck driver, as well as the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, the borough of Honesdale, the architectural firm Borton-Lawson, Leeward Construction Inc., and Parsons Brinckerhoff, the engineering firm which designed the roadway. The suit claimed the driver was operating his vehicle “in such a careless, reckless and negligent manner” when he ran directly into the woman as she attempted to cross the street. The suit also alleged that the borough of Honesdale failed to paint and maintain clearly marked crosswalks and failed to properly design its roads and sidewalks, forcing pedestrians to cross the street in front of traffic turning onto the one-way street and not behind.

A $2.05 million settlement was reached a month before the case was set to go to trial, three years after the fatal accident. All parties contributed in the settlement. Since the death, Honesdale moved many of its crosswalks on intersections with one-way streets to safer positions. While no amount of financial compensation could ever replace the loss of their loved one, this Pennsylvania family takes comfort in knowing that their pursuit of justice led to improvements in pedestrian safety at dangerous intersections.

If you have lost a loved one and are in the process of recovering damages from a fatal pedestrian-auto accident, we recommend contacting a wrongful death attorney who can help preserve your legal rights and provide the representation needed to obtain full compensation for damages. If you have a pending or already settled lawsuit for a pedestrian-auto accident and wish to apply for a lawsuit cash advance or learn more about litigation funding, complete our online application or contact Lawsuit Financial today. There are no application fees, credit checks, employment history verification, or monthly payments. Once we receive an application and case documentation, funding can be available within 24 – 48 hours, if approved.

October 9, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Helps Victims Paralyzed by Mounting Medical Bills

Failure to diagnose or a misdiagnosis, an emergency room or surgical mistake, or other medical negligence or recklessness, may constitute medical malpractice and result in a lawsuit. Although a medical malpractice attorney will work to obtain a quick settlement, these cases usually take years to reach fair compensation. Medical malpractice victims often face serious financial issues; medical expenses and lost income put already financially strapped families into a downward spiral. When this happens, plaintiffs should contact an experienced lawsuit funding company.

A 32-year-old man arrived at the hospital with severe neck pain and numbness in his arms and legs. He was diagnosed with neck strain and released. Within a few hours, he was paralyzed from the chest down. It was determined that he suffered from a herniated disk that was compressing his spinal cord causing progressive neurologic injury. After a two year legal battle, the paralyzed man was awarded $8.5 million. Lawsuit funding covered the medical expenses until his case settled. Without the lawsuit cash advance, he would have been forced to settle for significantly less, potentially not enough to cover his life-long needs.

Being involved in a lawsuit can cause financial pressure on a plaintiff and will often force a quicker and cheaper settlement. At Lawsuit Financial, we are dedicated to helping medical malpractice lawsuit plaintiffs financially survive during the long lawsuit process. Personal credit is not affected or even considered. Unlike a traditional loan, there are no monthly payments. Best of all, repayment is only made if, and when your case is resolved.

Don't let money problems or a financial emergency force you and to settle your case for a low-ball insurance settlement offer. Learn more about legal funding services, by calling our office or visiting us online. There is no cost for a funding consultation or to apply. You have nothing to lose, but much to gain with lawsuit funding.

October 7, 2014

Lawsuit Financial - The Name You can Trust for Lawsuit Funding

Everyone is aware that drunk driving is dangerous yet, this epidemic continues. Innocent lives are lost; families mourning the death of a loved one are devastated. The physical and emotional consequences are too much to bear, but the financial implications can compile the situation especially during a long, litigious process. To help ease the burden, a lawsuit funding company may be able to offer emergency cash to cover expenses while the lawsuit is pending or a settlement is reached.

A family man was recently killed when a drunk driver ran a red light at 70 mph slamming into a Mercury Grand Marquis stopped at a busy intersection. The drunk driver had a blood alcohol level in excess of .12 percent, and it is believed he was under the influence of drugs as well. The driver of the Marquis was pronounced dead at the scene; the drunk driver was treated and released from a local hospital. The victim is survived by a wife and three young children.

Although details of what happened were not released, the family of the victim may wish to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit. Although the accident appears to be the result of driver negligence, local residents said there have been several accidents at the intersection; in fact, a yellow sign on the cross street reads "Dangerous Intersection" as drivers approach the intersection. The family may also have a claim against the city if poor road design, to some extent, contributed to the accident. An experienced auto accident attorney will be able to help this family seek justice deserved. In the meantime, the family may need financial assistance, especially if the deceased was the sole bread winner.

If income is limited until the case settles, auto accident lawsuit funding may be available to help pay funeral and burial expenses and other household financial obligations while keeping their case alive until justice is served.

Lawsuit funding is provided risk-free because there are no payments until the case settles. If the case is lost, the repayment is completely waived. Funding is approved solely on case strength; there is not need for credit check, employment history, or collateral. After receiving an application and supporting case documentation, a decision and funding can be obtained within 24 – 48 hours. We are the most trusted legal funding company in the industry. In fact, we are recommended and preferred by many personal injury law firms, nationwide. Call the name you can trust; call Lawsuit Financial.

October 7, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Allows Time to get to the Root of the Malpractice

When you entrust your dentist to perform a routine dental procedure, but you are left permanently disabled, you have the right to seek compensation for damages. One problem for many is that a dental malpractice lawsuit takes time for a plaintiff’s attorney to build a strong case. The financial consequences may be too great for a plaintiff who faces ongoing medical expenses to repair the damage caused, as well as still needing to pay the mortgage, car payments, and daily living expenses. Creditors don’t care; they want to be paid. For plaintiffs needing fast cash to avoid falling into debt, Lawsuit Financial can provide medical malpractice lawsuit funding based upon the anticipated settlement or verdict.

An Illinois woman has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit alleging a dentist “negligently and carelessly used improper technique” during a root canal procedure and failed to provide adequate follow-up care. The suit alleges the woman sustained permanent and disabling damage to her left jaw, suffered a severe dental infection, and was hospitalized for jaw dislocation that required “painful reduction procedures.” As a result, she is unable to swallow properly, has difficulty speaking, and suffers from headaches and lockjaw. The lawsuit seeks more than $100,000 in damages for medical expenses, “extensive pain and suffering,” disfigurement and emotional distress.

This unfortunate woman may be an ideal candidate for lawsuit funding. With our legal funding services, she can even the playing field with the deep-pocketed insurance company, rather than settling for less than her case is worth. A lawsuit cash advance means she can avoid debt and risk to her credit because Lawsuit Financial offers a no-risk repayment policy; she will only pay the money back if she wins her case.

Lawsuit funding is clearly something to research if you find yourself considering an inadequate settlement offer because of serious financial need. Applying for funding is quick, easy, and stress-free with our convenient online application. At Lawsuit Financial, you can expect no hidden fees, no credit check, and no employment verification. You can also expect a 24- 48 hour approval from the time we receive case documentation. Apply online or call us today, at 1-877-377-7848 and speak with one of our funding specialists.

October 6, 2014

Victims of Negligent Unlicensed Drivers Can Seek Compensation

If you have suffered serious injuries or lost a loved one due to the negligence of an unlicensed driver, an experienced attorney can help you obtain damages by obtaining a judgment against assets of the unlicensed driver. Unfortunately, because uninsured drivers often have little to nothing in the way of personal assets, an innocent victim may have difficulty recovering adequate compensation. However, a claim may be filed under the victim’s own policy, if the policy contains uninsured/under-insured motorist coverage. In either case, these types of claims take time despite what the insurance commercials say about fast claims service. During this time, many plaintiffs will face a stack of unpaid bills especially in cases of lost income. That is where Lawsuit Financial can help.

A fatal accident took the lives of five teens returning from a Halloween special vent Knott's Berry Farm amusement park. The accident occurred when a BMW veered off Interstate 5, hit a guardrail, and continued up an embankment before coming to rest on a concrete retaining wall, where it became engulfed in flames. The deceased teens, three boys and two girls were burned beyond recognition. The sole survivor was the 16-year-old unlicensed driver. While the investigation continues, the families of the deceased teens should contact an experienced attorney. Once an attorney is retained, if they are in need of financial support until the case settles, they should contact Lawsuit Financial.

With lawsuit funding, plaintiffs under considerable financial pressure no longer need to wait for a settlement to get financial relief. All that is necessary to qualify is a serious injury, viable lawsuit, and be represented by an attorney. Funding is provided without the need for credit check or employment history. Once an applicant qualifies for funding, Lawsuit Financial can provide cash in as little as 24 hours. Funding is provided on a non-recourse basis meaning our clients only pay us back if they win their case. If the case is lost, they incur absolutely no out-of-pocket costs.

Imagine getting financial relief now for your lawsuit instead of years from now. To get started, apply online or call our office. One of our representatives will be happy to answer your questions.