July 27, 2016

Devastating DUI Crash in Fayetteville NC Kills Five

Accidents that are caused by an impaired driver can often result in catastrophic and sometimes fatal injuries. Injured victims and families of the deceased may want to seek compensation for their losses. Civil lawsuits can be successful even if the at-fault driver is acquitted of criminal charges.

A 22-year-old man is in custody nearly a month after he caused a three-vehicle crash in Fayetteville, NC, killing five people.

The driver of a 2000 Ford Mustang was speeding when he lost control, crossed the center line and slammed into two other vehicles. The Mustang hit a Kia broadside, became airborne, and then hit a Crown Victoria on the driver’s side before landing on its roof. Police determined the driver had alcohol in his system at the time of the crash. Among the deceased were four passengers in the Mustang and the driver of the Kia. The driver of the Mustang and a rear-seat passenger were transported to the hospital with serious injuries. Blood drawn from the driver at the hospital tested positive for opiates and cannabis, according to police. The driver of the Crown Victoria was treated at the hospital and released.

Once released from the hospital, the negligent driver was charged with five counts of involuntary manslaughter, two counts of felony resulting in serious injury by motor vehicle, driving while impaired, reckless endangerment of the public, driving left of center, and unsafe tires.

When an impaired driver is found liable for injuries or death, even if the victim(s) was an occupant in the same vehicle, that person (or their loved ones) may still have the ability to file a personal injury (or wrongful death claim) against the liable driver. An attorney can help victims understand their rights and negotiate a favorable settlement that covers the cost of medical care, rehabilitation, funeral expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering.

Auto accident lawsuits have the potential to exhaust all financial resources, especially claims that take months, even years to resolve. To stay financially afloat, auto accident litigation funding can be a valuable option. In fact, it might be the only option to avoid an early settlement for less than full case value.

Litigation funding is a cash advance to help victims deal with important bills and expenses while waiting to achieve appropriate justice. Eligibility is based on a strong case and attorney representation. For victims meeting those criteria, the next step is to complete a one-page funding application. Then, Lawsuit Financial will request necessary documentation to determine case strength and if, and how much, funding can be provided. We can typically approve a case for funding within 24 – 48 hours because we do not required a credit check or employment verification. Furthermore, repayment is made only after the case successfully settles. If our funded client loses, we waive the repayment in its entirety.

If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a car crash caused by a driver under the influence, are in a pending, attorney-represented lawsuit, and don’t have the financial ability to wait out the litigation process, contact Lawsuit Financial. Our experienced and professional funding team is happy to answer your questions and help you understand the lawsuit funding process. If you do not have legal representation, we would be happy to provide one in your area from our network of attorneys all over the country. This is a no cost, no-obligation service to you.

July 26, 2016

Why You Might Need Lawsuit Funding After An Auto Accident

An auto accident can leave you with serious injuries and prevent you from returning to work. It can also leave you struggling financially especially if the case does not settle quickly.

Most plaintiffs do not have the deep pockets of big corporations and insurance companies. They can’t afford to wait forever for a settlement without feeling some financial stress. Savings may dwindle to nothing and home foreclosure may be imminent. Accepting an early settlement is very tempting especially as litigation drags on.

While it is nearly impossible to plan for a tragic incident, injury victims should never be forced to accept minimal settlements because of pressing personal financial needs. Instead, victims can stay financially afloat while waiting for a fair case settlement with a lawsuit cash advance, known as lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance for personal injury plaintiffs based purely on the strength of the lawsuit. The money is meant to help plaintiffs with medical expenses, car payments, mortgage payments, and other necessities, although there are no restriction as to how the money is used.

In order to be considered for funding, a plaintiff must complete a free, online application or call our office. We will review the application along with case documentation from the plaintiff’s attorney to determine if the case has merit; employment status and credit history are irrelevant. Upon approval, funds can be deposited directly into the plaintiff’s bank account or sent via overnight mail within 24- 48 hours. There are no monthly payments to be made; we are only repaid once the case successfully settles. Should the plaintiff lose the case, repayment is completely waived. It really is this simple!

If you are in a personal injury lawsuit and feeling the financial crunch, don’t become desperate and accept a settlement that is less than case value. Lawsuit funding has helped thousands of plaintiffs overcome financial pressures and it may be able to help you, too. Click here to apply or call Lawsuit Financial toll-free at 877-377-7848.

July 21, 2016

Family Awarded $37.9 Million In Crash With Tractor-Trailer On Icy Texas Highway

On February 28, the driver of the tractor-trailer lost control, slid sideways across the icy Interstate, and hit a guardrail before coming to a stop with his trailer blocking every lane. Several minutes later, the driver of a Chevy Astro van slammed into the trailer of the semi. EMS pronounced him dead at the scene. The driver of the 18-wheeler was not injured.

Although investigators said icy roads were to blame for the collision, the family of the deceased filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the truck driver and his employer, O’Reilly Auto Parts, alleging that the driver of the semi was driving too fast for ice conditions, was on his phone at the time of the crash and failed to place reflective cones in front of the 18-wheeler.

During trial, the plaintiff’s attorney argued reflective tape on the trailer would have made it visible from 1,200 feet away. The driving record of the truck driver was also put under questioning. In the three years before the fatal crash, the trucker was in three accidents involving O'Reilly property and two roadway crashes. He also received two speeding tickets and a "How's My Driving?" complaint. "This was a case about corporate responsibility for not identifying unsafe drivers and taking them off the roadway," said the plaintiff’s attorney. "Known unsafe 18-wheeler drivers expose us all to unnecessary risk of serious injury and death." The jury awarded $37.9 million to the victim’s family, assigning 40 percent of the responsibility for man's death to the truck driver and 60 percent of the responsibility to O'Reilly Auto Parts.

Many victims often wonder who is to blame after such an incident. Families deserve to know whether they can recover damages for the loss of a loved one. An experienced auto accident attorney can help answer these questions and more. If the accident was caused by another driver's negligence, the victims may be entitled to compensation.

Trucking accidents cause thousands of catastrophic and devastating injuries and deaths each year, resulting in lawsuits which can often take an extended time to settle. Under such situations, victims may be faced with mounting medical bills, mortgage payments, household bills, or even worse – funeral expenses. The financial strain can not only seriously impacts one’s life, it can also impact the case. A financially desperate plaintiff is not in a favorable position regarding settlement negotiations and will often times settle for too little, too soon. But, what other choice does a cash-strapped plaintiff have?

Lawsuit Financial is an auto accident lawsuit funding specialist that understands how hard it is to stay financially afloat during a lengthy litigation process. With this non-recourse cash advance from us, plaintiffs can take care of their financial obligations while giving their attorney the time needed to seek appropriate justice.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance awarded based solely on the merits of the case, not on credit-worthiness or employment history verification. Once we receive a request for funding, we work directly with the plaintiff’s attorney to gather necessary information to review the funding request as quickly as possible. Most times, we can have a funding decision within 24 – 48 hours. Best of all, lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance, meaning that there are no payments until the case settles. If the case is lost, the cash advance does not have to be repaid.

If you have suffered serious injuries or lost a loved one in an auto accident, do not resolve your case for less than full value because of pressing financial need. Contact Lawsuit Financial and learn how we might ease your short-term financial burden.

July 20, 2016

Two Dead After Wrong-Way Driver Crash On Route 53 In Rolling Meadows

Two men were killed in a wrong-way crash on Route 53 just south of Euclid Avenue in northwest suburban Rolling Meadows, according to Illinois State Police.

The driver of a Toyota Scion was heading south on in the northbound lanes when he struck a Chevrolet Impala. Continuing in the wrong direction, he then collided with a Toyota Sienna - an American Taxi minivan. The taxi driver, who was not on duty at the time, and the wrong-way driver were killed. The condition of others involved in the accident is still unknown. Investigators have not said whether alcohol was a factor in the crash, but a witness said he saw the driver of the Scion traveling at what appeared to be nearly 100 mph just before the crash. The investigation is ongoing.

When someone is injured or killed due to the negligence of someone else, legal action by the injured, or family of a deceased loved one, can be taken. This process oftentimes requires an experienced attorney to obtain full and just compensations for damages.

Once the lawsuit is filed, plaintiffs that are in need of immediate cash can apply for litigation funding. Litigation funding is a cash received in advance of a settlement that, hopefully, permits victims to deal with their crucial expenses right away, enabling them to wait out the long, legal process and achieve appropriate justice. The funding process begins with completing a one-page application. Next, Lawsuit Financial will request case documentation to determine the strength of the case; there are no application fees, credit checks or employment verification. If the case is approved for a lawsuit cash advance, the money can arrive within 24 – 48 hours. Repayment is only made once the case is won and the settlement received. If the case is lost, the plaintiff is under no obligation to repay the cash advance.

For any victim of an auto accident who have retained an attorney, filed a lawsuit, and in need of financial assistance, we encourage you to consider litigation funding before settling for less than full case value or struggling to the point of losing your home and credit standing.

July 19, 2016

One Dead, Several Injured In Multi-Vehicle Crash Near Construction Zone

Construction is a necessary part of keeping roads safe, but construction sites can become just as dangerous as a bad road. Construction zone accidents typically occur because of excessive speeds, drunken or impaired driving or because people are simply not paying attention.

At least one person was killed and several others injured in a six-vehicle crash that forced state police to shut down the westbound lanes of Interstate 84 in the Montgomery, New York.
A Dodge truck had slowed in a construction zone when it was struck from behind by a speeding tractor-trailer, according to police. The force of impact caused the Dodge truck to rollover multiple times before landing in the center median. The semi continued on, rear-ending a SUV and van. That impact pushed both vehicles underneath a second tractor-trailer. The deceased was a passenger in the van. Dozens of firefighters were called upon to assist with the mangled wreckage. An investigation is ongoing.

If you suffered a serious injury or lost a loved one in a work zone or construction zone accident, an experienced attorney can make a difference in your case. If you don't have an attorney, Lawsuit Financial can help you find one, within 24 hours, in all 50 states. Once you retain an attorney, the process of collecting evidence and trying to get your life back to normal begins. But, many lawsuits take months, even years to resolve.

Personal injuries and wrongful deaths resulting from an auto accident both have the potential to exhaust financial resources. Everyday expenses, compounded with medical expenses, funeral expenses, and lost wages, do not stop because you have been seriously injured or lost a loved one. For many families, auto accident lawsuit funding is not just a good option; it is the only option.

Lawsuit Financial is dedicated to helping plaintiffs fight for fair compensation and justice by offering a non-recourse cash advance against a pending lawsuit. This means that funding is completely contingent upon the outcome of the case; repayment is made once the case is won and compensation received.

Your pain and suffering are more than enough for you to worry about – let us help take care of your bills. Give us a call for a complimentary evaluation of your case. One of our experienced representatives will answer any questions and help you understand the lawsuit funding process. And remember, there is no payments until your case successfully settles.

July 18, 2016

Police are Searching for a Hit-and-Run Driver Who Caused a Fatal Crash in Queens

A family of four was waiting at a stop sign to make a left turn when the driver of a black BMW SUV plowed into their Toyota at more than 50 mph, ejecting a mother and child from the car. The 41-year-old woman was killed in the crash; police found her pinned under the Toyota. Her 9-year-old daughter was critically injured. Witnesses said the driver stopped long enough for them to see that he was drunk before he took off. One witness said the impact sounded like a bomb blast. Police are still searching for the hit-and-run driver.

Following an auto accident, the at-fault driver can be held accountable for the victim’s damages – medical expenses, funeral expenses, loss of income, property damage, pain and suffering and other related expenses. But, when the driver flees the scene and is not apprehended, the recovery process becomes more complicated. In cases such as this, if the victim has uninsured motorist coverage, he/she may be able to pursue compensation from their own insurance provider.

Whether the hit-and-run driver is found or not, it is important that the family of the deceased contacts an experienced attorney to understand their rights to recovering compensation. Hit-and-run legal claims can be difficult to resolve, often taking months, even years, to reach a settlement. Insurance companies are more interested in dragging out the case than doing what is right. How does a personal injury victim cope with his/her present financial situation?

When finances are an issue, a lawsuit cash advance, known as lawsuit funding may be helpful. To obtain funding is quite simple. Complete an online one-page application or call our office. Once we receive your application, we will contact your attorney for the basics of your case – who was at fault, what type of injuries did you sustain in the accident, etc. If a case is approved for funding, a contract is prepared and signed. Then, we will overnight mail a check or direct deposit the cash into the client’s bank account. The cash advance will only be repaid when the case successfully settles; if lost, the repayment is waived. There are no restrictions on the money’s use.

When money is tight during your pending personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit, one solution is to lawsuit funding. Call Lawsuit Financial today to learn more.

July 13, 2016

Litigation Funding Helps Families Seek Justice in Auto-Pedestrian Fatalities

When a pedestrian is struck by several thousand pounds of metal and glass, even a low-speed collision carries a high potential for serious or catastrophic injury, or even death.

On June 25, two teens were struck and killed by the driver of a Jeep Wrangler, while riding skateboards around 10 p.m. along South Carolina highway. The driver fled the scene, then filed a false police report claiming the vehicle was stolen. Deputies later learned from witnesses that the man was driving in a reckless manner shortly before the incident and that he struck the teens after attempting to pass another vehicle. The drive has been arrested without bond; the investigation is ongoing.

The legal process provides resources to hold negligent drivers accountable and help victims obtain compensation for damages such as medical expenses, funeral expenses, lost wages, loss of enjoyment of life and pain and suffering. A wrongful death attorney can ensure that the family's rights are protected and decide the best course of action in recovering the maximum.

Unfortunately, the legal process can drag on for years. Although the family may eventually receive a financial settlement, they may experience a financial shortfall during the litigation process that could lead to significant financial hardship. In situations like this, litigation funding can help ease the financial burden until a settlement or verdict is achieved.

Litigation funding is a non-recourse cash advance to remove the financial and allow the plaintiff to continue with the litigation and receive the compensation and justice deserved. The only eligibility requirements for funding are attorney representation and a strong case. There are no application fees, credit checks, employment history verifications, or monthly payments. Once an application is completed and case documentation is received, our underwriters will review the case. If approved for funding, we can wire transfer or overnight mail the cash advance within 24 – 48 hours. Best of all, repayment is only made when a settlement is reached. If the case is lost, repayment is completely excused.

If you were seriously injured or lost a loved one in a pedestrian-auto accident and awaiting justice, don’t let your bills wait and ruin your credit. To obtain litigation funding in the quickest and easiest manner, complete our brief online application. We will contact you immediately and begin the process. If you have questions or would like a free, no-obligation consultation, don’t hesitate to contact one of our experienced funding representatives, toll-free at 877-377-7848.

July 12, 2016

Lawsuit Funding Helps Prevent Insurance Companies from Devaluing a Claim

Just before daybreak last Labor Day, Amanda DiGirolomo and Bryan Botti of Baltimore were returning from the Made in America Music Festival when they were struck by a taxicab driver. According to reports, the cab driver was traveling at more than 50 mph in a 25 mph zone when he struck the pedestrians in the crosswalk. DiGirolomo body was launched 100 feet. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Botti was taken by ambulance to an area hospital where he died a half-hour later.

The tragedy has led to two wrongful death lawsuits against the cab driver, Jacob Gabbay, the owner of the cab, as well as six members of the Gabbay family. The lawsuits claim that the cab driver is a “ticking time bomb.” He allegedly has been issued multiple traffic citations in the past and is the subject of seven civil lawsuits, one which was filed by the Gabbays’ own Germantown Cab Company to recover nearly $2,000 in fines. The lawsuits claim that the Gabbay family operates three fleets of unsafe taxicabs that are subject to more than 50 complaints with state regulators. “The Gabbay Family Enterprise has consistently been cited for safety violations by the Pennsylvania Utility Commission, as well as the Philadelphia Parking Authority concerning maintenance of its taxicab fleet and the reckless management and supervision of its taxicab drivers,” said an attorney for one of the plaintiffs. “Despite numerous warnings, complaints, citations and extensive fines, the Gabbay Family Enterprise has continuously failed to adhere to the PUC/PPA regulations in obvious and reckless disregard for the safety of the public.” The Gabbay family’s cabs have also been repeatedly cited for operating with unlicensed drivers or drivers who have suspended licenses, as well as unlicensed drivers with criminal records. The lawsuit also alleges that the Gabbay Family Enterprise is grossly underinsured, and purposely structured in a way that fraudulently conceals the company’ assets. Brett Berman, attorney for the Gabbay’s both as individuals as well as their companies, said the claim is merely an attempt to pierce the corporate veil.

Pedestrian accidents are not always cut and dry. Sometimes the insurance company will dispute liability even though the driver is clearly at fault. Although an experienced attorney can fight for the justice that is deserved, cases like this can take years. Often times, plaintiffs do not have the financial resources to withstand a lengthy litigation process, but backing down only devalues the claim. At times like this, plaintiffs may look to lawsuit funding to help them to cope with unexpected expenses.

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. Lawsuit funding is a cash advance offered to litigants in exchange for a portion of the future proceeds of their case. There is no credit check, employment verification, or restrictions on how the money is used and it is only repaid once the claim is settled. Because repayment is contingent upon a successful recovery, if the lawsuit is lost, there is no obligation on the part of the plaintiff to repay the cash advance.

The application process takes less than five minutes online or by phone. If the case is approved for funding, we can direct deposit or overnight mail the money within 24 - 48 hours. If you need financial help during a pending personal injury claim, contact Lawsuit Financial today. Let us ease your financial burden while you are waiting for your lawsuit to settle.

July 11, 2016

Police Chase Ends in Fatal Head-on Crash

One person died and two were injured after their vehicle was struck by a tractor-trailer being pursued by police.

The fatal crash began when the out-of-state driver of a Freightliner was driving erratically and struck a vehicle. The uninjured driver of the vehicle tried to stop him, but the truck driver sped off. Moments later, an off-duty police officer spotted the trucker and attempted to pull him over. During the encounter, the officer fired a single shot, but the truck driver continued at a high rate of speed, striking several parked cars and moving vehicles. He then drove through a police barricade, leading police to fire more shots. About a half-mile away, the truck driver hit another vehicle, killing the driver and injuring two passengers. Police said more than a dozen vehicles were damaged during the chase. Multiple charges are pending against the truck driver, who was hospitalized for non-life threatening injuries. The fatal crash and the police response to the incident remain under investigation while a mourning family is left wondering why.

The injured victims and the family of the deceased may wish to pursue a lawsuit against the negligent truck driver. They may also pursue a negligence claim against the Union County police. The first step in doing so is to contact an experienced auto accident attorney. Litigation is expensive and time consuming; cases like this can take years to settle. Once a lawsuit is filed, litigation funding can help with financial obligations without risk.

Litigation funding is a cash advance against a pending lawsuit that can be obtain without the need for a credit check or employment verification. Furthermore, there are no monthly payments. When the case settles, the cash advance with interest is repaid. But, if the case is lost, repayment is not required. Request for funding applications can be approved as quickly as 24 hours. Once a contract is signed, the money is sent via overnight mail or direct deposit.

If you are in a pending personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit and struggling to make ends meet, use our financial strength to wage your legal battle in order to wait for the best settlement possible. Contact Lawsuit Financial today.

June 29, 2016

Lawsuit Financial Explains Lawsuit Funding

In many personal injury cases the financial, physical and emotional damages are overwhelming. The filing of a lawsuits is often followed by a complicated and lengthy litigation process. Regardless of any legal claim, life goes on; bills must be paid. But, how does a victim make ends meet, especially if injuries have led to the inability to work? How does a victim survive, financially, to do battle with a well-financed insurance company with all the time and money in the world?

Plaintiffs with a strong case and attorney representation can seek financial relief with lawsuit funding. As a pioneer in the legal finance industry, Lawsuit Financial understands that lack of financial resources can force a good case into premature settlement and deny an injured party of the compensation deserved. One way to avoid this to obtain a lawsuit cash advance.

While beneficial for many plaintiffs, lawsuit funding can be an expensive method of obtaining emergency cash. Therefore, it should only be considered as a last resort. Make sure you know the right questions to ask and what to expect so you can keep potentially prohibitive costs to a minimum.

What is lawsuit funding?
Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance to help plaintiffs pay their bills, compensate for lost wages, and assist in daily expenses while on a long, and sometimes, bumpy road to resolution.

At what point is lawsuit funding the best option?
Do you have pressing financial issues? What are they? Lawsuit Financial Corporation often finds that the client is facing eviction or foreclosure or needs a car to get to work. Daily living expenses and medical bills are other important items that can be secured with a lawsuit cash advance. If you are not facing these types of financial situations or can tap into other sources of revenue, such as savings, lawsuit funding is probably not the most viable option.

Are their upfront costs, monthly payments, or other "out-of-pocket" expenses?
An ethical, professional lawsuit funding company provides the cash you need without any upfront or monthly costs to the plaintiff. Cases are approved on the strength of the case only, so there is no need for a credit check or employment verification.

How does a plaintiff qualify for funding?
The only qualifications for funding is a case with merit. A case with merit involves a plaintiff with a serious injury, a strong case against the defendant, and an attorney working on a contingency basis.

What are the repayment terms?
Most lawsuit funding companies provide funding to clients on a non-recourse basis. This means that repayment is contingent upon the outcome of the case. When the case settles, the funding company is repaid from the settlement proceeds. If the case fails, so does the repayment; the client gets to keep the cash advance without obligation to repay.

How much funding can I receive?
Lawsuit Financial recommends clients receive no more than 10% of the predicted value of the case. We also recommend receiving smaller cash advances, over time, rather than receiving a larger, lump sum advance immediately, because doing so will save money.

What happens if my settlement is lower than expected?
When a case settles, for valid reasons that were not apparent at the time of funding, the lawsuit finance company should adjust its principal and profit return to comfortably fit into the settled value of the case. If a funding company will not promise you, in advance, to adjust rates for compromised, unexpected results, consider another company.

How long is the application process?
The process is quick and easy, consisting of a one-page application. Once received, Lawsuit Financial will review the application and pertinent documents, and make a funding decision within 24 – 48 hours. Once approved, we will provide a funding agreement for signature. The plaintiff’s attorney is required to acknowledge the agreement and agree to withhold money from the settlement to repay the advance, if the case is successful. Once we received the signed contract, we will then wire transfer or overnight mail the funds.

Why choose Lawsuit Financial?
The key element to handling lawsuit funding transactions successfully is an expert understanding of the litigation process and what plaintiffs and attorneys go through before they are in a position to resolve a case. Lawsuit Financial is an attorney owned and operated full service legal finance company recognized by attorneys nationwide as a preferred choice for legal funding services. Mark Bello, CEO and General Counsel has over 17 years’ experience in the legal finance industry and over 39 years’ experience evaluating plaintiff personal injury cases, the primary case type for these investments.

If you are in a pending personal injury lawsuit and need immediate cash, we may be able to provide a lawsuit cash advance. Contact Lawsuit Financial by completing our online application or call us toll-free at 1-877-377-7848. A member of our team would be happy to discuss your funding options.

June 28, 2016

Five Family Members killed After Van Collides With Amtrak Train

Five people were killed when their van was hit by a train. According to the Colorado State Patrol, the driver of the van failed to yield the right of way to the train. The van was not stopped on the tracks. The driver and four passengers were killed, including three children. A fourth child was airlifted to the hospital in serious condition. No train crew members of passengers were injured. The family was on their way to church at the time of the crash.

There has been six accidents between trains and vehicles at the same crossing since 1986, according to Federal Railroad Administration records. In July 2010, a 55-year-old man was killed and in October of the same year, two people were injured at the crossing when the drivers attempted to cross the tracks.

The rural crossing is marked by just four crossbuck signs, although it was identified back in late 2013 as part of a railroad improvement project to receive flashers, gates and a warning system. The proposal is still waiting approval from the state Public Utilities Commission.

Although the driver failed to yield, a railroad has a duty to keep its crossing reasonably safe. A railroad can be liable for failing to make sure adequate signage was posted, failing to evaluate crossings or install lights and automatic gates, or if there are inadequate sight lines at its crossings.

Injury or death can occur at railroad crossings where the railroad company chooses not to install signals or crossing gates and unsuspecting drivers are unable to see an on-coming train in adequate time to clear the tracks, or when drivers are unable to hear the train because the train crew fails to exercise reasonable care to sound its horn. Holding the railroad accountable, not only compensates victims for damages, but allows the problem to become publicly known so that hopefully changes will be made and lives saved.

If you or a loved one have been involved in a railroad crossing accident, and you would like to learn about your rights, contact an experienced attorney. If it is determined you have a valid claim, but you are finding it difficult to make ends meet, contact Lawsuit Financial.

We are a strategic lawsuit funding company that provides financial support to plaintiffs in need of immediate cash while awaiting a settlement or other case resolution. Our lawsuit cash advance can be used to pay medical or funeral expenses, as well as any outstanding bills that must be paid.

The only requirement for a litigation funding is a pending lawsuit. We will evaluate your application, and if your case has merit, provide lawsuit funding in less than 48 hours. Lawsuit Financial requires no application fee, monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verification. Best of all, a lawsuit cash advance with us is on a non-recourse basis meaning that if you lose your case, you are not obligated to repay the cash advance.

Call or visit us online if you are currently seeking litigation funding but don’t have the financial staying power to see your case to the end. Lawsuit Financial is here to help the innocent victims wait for justice.

June 23, 2016

Alcohol and Speed Factors in Fatal New York Crash

A driver lost control of his vehicle, jumped the curb and slammed into a fire hydrant, killing his passenger and seriously injuring himself. The impact was so powerful that the vehicle was nearly torn in half and the fire hydrant wound up in the middle of the car. Both men were trapped inside and had to be removed by rescuers. They were rushed to the hospital, but doctors were unable to save the passenger. He leaves behind a four-year-old daughter. The driver was arrested on charges of vehicular manslaughter and driving while intoxicated. Police said speed was also a factor.

Catastrophic accidents are life changing. Family members will be faced with a number of decisions including the family’s financial future. Although it may be difficult for family members to think about taking legal action following the loss of loved ones, a wrongful death lawsuit may be the only way to hold the negligent party accountable for their actions and for the family to seek compensation for damages.

These types of cases can take months, even years to settle. Often times, victims will struggle not only with day-to-day living expenses, but with medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, and other expenses as a result of the accident. As the case drags on, plaintiffs may consider cutting their losses and take whatever compensation is offered. A better option is to call Lawsuit Financial.

“Our goal at Lawsuit Financial is to help those families who are involved in a lawsuit, can no longer pay for the necessities of life, and who may not qualify for a traditional loan," states attorney Mark Bello, owner and founder of Lawsuit Financial.

Lawsuit funding is cash provided in advance of an expected settlement. Unlike a bank loan, personal credit has no bearing on our funding decision, and applicants don’t need to be employed. We fund strictly on case strength. Lawsuit funding is also risk-free. If the case is resolved successfully, repayment of principal and profit owed is made. If the plaintiff loses the case, we excuse the advance.

Lawsuit Financial is one of the country's most experienced providers of lawsuit funding services. We work directly with your attorney to gather needed information to process your funding request quickly, typically within 48 hours. Visit us online or call our office for a free, no obligation review of your situation and to learn more about our funding services.