September 18, 2014

Legal Funding Provides Financial Relief

“Thank you for your assistance in funding me until my settlement. You helped me get enough money so that I could put food on the table and keep the roof over my kids’ heads. Thanks for everything.”

The last thing a personal injury victim wants to do is face debt waiting to settle a lawsuit. Unfortunately, serious injuries could mean the victim is unable to work potentially leading to more financial complications if the case does not settle quickly. Insurance companies know this; they will string the process along by denying and defending claims hoping the plaintiff will accept a low settlement offer. Don't let the defendant undermine your determination for full case value. Fight back with the aid of litigation funding.

Litigation funding is a no-risk resource to help plaintiffs during an already difficult time. We know it can take a long time for a lawsuit to settle. We know that while you wait you need money to pay the mortgage/rent, medical bills, tuition, and daily expenses, plus put food on the table. With an appropriate cash advance, you won't be so desperate to settle a valuable case for pennies on the dollar.

Obtaining litigation funding requires attorney representation and a case with merit. It does not require monthly payments, credit check, or employment verification. Once the case settles, repayment is made from the proceeds of the settlement. Should you lose your case, we waive repayment of the cash advance and all applicable interest.

Litigation funding is not for everyone, but it provides an option, in many cases, a viable one, for financially distraught plaintiffs. If you are fighting to make ends meet while your lawsuit continues dragging on, don't wait any longer. Apply for litigation funding and get financial relief today so you can get full compensation tomorrow.

September 18, 2014

Don't be Financially Tempted by an Early Settlement Offer

Once you file an auto accident lawsuit, its time to consider your finances and how lawsuit funding can help you pay your bills and maximize the value of your case.

Have you ever heard of lawsuit funding? If not, you are not alone; I hadn't either until I was in an automobile accident because of a distracted driver who slammed into my car. I suffered a broken leg, fractured pelvis, and whiplash. I filed a lawsuit, and assumed it would be a quick and easy process to get a settlement I deserved. Unfortunately, the insurance company kept dragging its feet. The physical and emotional pain was bad enough; the financial strain was too much to bear. At the suggestion of my lawyer, I applied for lawsuit funding and within two days, I was able to pay all my outstanding bills. There are not enough words to express my gratitude to Lawsuit Financial. If you need financial help during a lawsuit, I highly recommend Lawsuit Financial. ~ C.J. – Michigan

Suffering serious injuries in an auto accident is stressful enough without worrying about how you will pay the bills. It can destroy a family financially because the person injured is usually unable to work and the medical bills are usually quite high. While an early settlement is enticing, it may not cover all your expenses. When income has been reduced or eliminated, you have exhausted all other means for financial support, and the litigation process is dragging on, consider lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding (sometimes referred to as a “lawsuit loan”) is a non-recourse cash advance (not a loan) against a pending settlement. With a lawsuit cash advance, you can obtain the cash you need now to hold out for the fair and just compensation you deserve. Once we receive a request for funding application and case documentation, funding approvals can be determined within 24 – 48 hours. Your past financial status does not affect your ability to obtain a cash advance. It doesn’t matter if you have bad credit or are unemployed. Because lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, plaintiffs will only repay the advance once the case successfully settles. If our client loses, the repayment is waived in its entirety including the advance.

There’s one thing you shouldn’t worry about when it comes to a lawsuit, and that’s if you can afford to wait for the compensation you deserve. Call us today to determine if your case is eligible for lawsuit funding.

September 18, 2014

Wrongful Death Lawsuits Resulting from Medical Negligence Benefit from Litigation Funding

All patients have the right to receive competent care regardless of the kind of healthcare received - minor, complex, required, or elective procedures. Therefore, even if you elect to undergo medical treatment that is not medically “necessary”, you can still file a lawsuit if you believe a healthcare professional committed medical negligence. Once a lawsuit is filed, a plaintiff may apply for litigation funding to help with their financial situation.

A wrongful death lawsuit against the Christus Spohn Health System Corporation, Christus Spohn Hospital, Corpus Christi-Shoreline Center for Plastic Surgery, and Robert A. Fernandez, M.D. alleges medical negligence in the care of a woman who underwent elective plastic surgery. The suit claims that within two hours of surgery, the woman was given an excessive amount of the pain medication, Dilaudid, causing her death. According to the suit, the patient was administered more than three and a half times the maximum dosage, and eighteen times the recommended usual dosage recommended by the FDA, as well as 12.5 mg of Phenergan, a drug that could have had a negative effect when combined with Dilaidid. The family is seeking undisclosed damages.

Moving forward after the death of a loved one is emotionally and often times, financially draining especially as a result of medical negligence. Proving medical malpractice is a complex process; given the nature of this situation, it may be a long time before the case goes to court and/or culminates in a settlement or award. No one has limitless financial strength; injury victims and/or surviving family members may qualify for litigation funding, a lawsuit cash advance to help pay important bills, such as medical expenses, mortgage payments and other important daily expenses. Litigation funding allows plaintiffs the ability to wait for a fair settlement without the financial pressure to settle too early for too little.

The process of obtaining funding is quite simple; apply online or call Lawsuit Financial toll-free at 877-377-7848. Once we receive an application and case documentation, our investors will evaluate the case and if approved, provided funding within 24 – 48 hours. We require no credit checks or employment verifications, and there are no monthly payments. The only time payment is made to Lawsuit Financial is when the case settles; repayment is made from the proceeds of the settlement. If the case is lost, the lawsuit cash advance we provided would be completely waived.

September 16, 2014

Lawsuit Funding may be Vital in Keeping Your Case Strong

You spend thousands of dollars each year on your insurance policies for protection and reassurance in the event of an accident. When a serious auto accident does occur, you could be left with severe injuries, disabilities, and steep medical expenses. You may be unable to work making it difficult to pay even basic living expenses. Receiving compensation could take years because when push comes to shove, the insurance companies do not want to pay. Auto accident lawsuits are vital in helping people reclaim their lives. For plaintiffs experiencing financial pressures, lawsuit funding is also vital in keeping a case strong while avoiding financial burdens.

Many people "misrepresent" lawsuit funding as a "lawsuit loan", but it is nothing like a typical bank loan. Because a lawsuit cash advance is based solely on the strength of the case, there are no credit checks and no monthly payments. Additionally, lawsuit funding is only repaid if the plaintiff receives a favorable outcome in the case. The cash advance is forgiven if the plaintiff loses the case.

Prior to lawsuit funding, many plaintiffs were forced to settle their case early for less than full case value due to mounting financial pressures. Now, they have a chance to stay the course and see their cases through to a higher settlement. If you've been injured in an auto accident due to the negligence of someone else, you should first consult an experienced auto accident attorney. Once your case is filed, you can apply for lawsuit funding with our quick and easy one-page online application. In most cases, funding can be provided within 24 - 48 hours. Your lawyer will have extra time to negotiate for the best possible settlement and you will have the cash to pay the pressing bills.

Don't settle for less compensation than you deserve; stand up for your rights and fight your case with the help of lawsuit funding.

September 16, 2014

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed In Death of Woman Killed By Falling Stone

When building accidents occur it can result in severe injury and sometimes death. While most people think of building accidents as construction related incidents, they can be a result of other types of accidents, such as a structure not properly maintained. A property owner that is negligent in protecting the public from hazards on their property can be held legally responsible for injuries and death. When a person files a claim or suit against another person or entity for a building accident they may secure lawsuit funding against their claim.

On September 4, a 34-year-old mother of two was walking to lunch with her boyfriend in Chicago’s South Loop when part of a metal decorative plate on a landmark church broke off and struck a stone gargoyle, causing part of the gargoyle to fall and hit the woman in the head. She was declared dead a short time later at a local hospital.

While the city’s Department of Buildings is inspecting the church, which has a history of failed inspections, a wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against Second Presbyterian Church, seeking more than $100,000 in damages. The lawsuit claims the church was negligent in its ownership of the building by allowing the exterior wall to “exist in a dangerous and unrepaired condition.” The Presbytery of Chicago was also named as a defendant.

According to the Chicago Tribune, the church failed a string of inspections from 2007 through 2011, including one in 2010 which cited failure to “maintain exterior walls of a building or structure free from holes, breaks, loose or rotting boards or timbers and any other conditions which might admit rain or dampness to the walls.” Second Presbyterian passed inspections in 2012 and last year, but had not been inspected this year.

This will most likely be a long legal process. Seeking justice may place a financial burden on this victim's family. Even if this case goes to trial and the plaintiff wins their case, they may wait a long time to receive compensation. If they are struggling to cover funeral and burial expenses, lost wages, child care, and more, lawsuit funding could be an option.

Lawsuit funding is a cash advance against a potential jury verdict or settlement. At Lawsuit Financial, we know how devastating the sudden death of a loved one can be, and the emotional and financial impacts it can cause. Financial hopes that by assisting with some of the mounting bills and expenses as a result of the lawsuit, the plaintiff can wait for justice to be served. With a lawsuit cash advance, there are no monthly payments, no credit checks, and no employment verification. Approval of a lawsuit cash advance is based on the strength of the case. Additionally, there is no risk to the plaintiff because the cash advance is only paid back when the case successfully settles. Lose, and the plaintiff owes nothing.

If you are going through a lawsuit and interested in lawsuit funding because you are unwilling to settle for less, contact Lawsuit Financial. With our quick and easy application process, plaintiffs can begin paying bills in as little as 24 – 48 hours. Call us today to learn more or to apply.

September 15, 2014

Reasons to Apply for Lawsuit Funding Outweigh Accepting a Low Settlement Offer

There are three main reasons why seriously injured victims file lawsuits - ethical and moral principal; help ensure the same negligence won't happen to someone else; to be financially compensated for damages incurred. There are also many reasons why plaintiffs choose to apply for lawsuit funding - help pay the bills until case settlement; no credit checks; no employment verification; no monthly payments; no repayment until the case settles; no repayment if the case is lost.

Every plaintiff knows that reaching a settlement is only half the battle. The thought of a deep-pocket defendant conceding negligence or wrongdoing, and paying a victim just compensation without a lengthy legal battle is simply unrealistic. This is one reason why plaintiffs seek lawsuit funding; they can't afford to wait.

Lawsuit funding is a cash advance provided to plaintiffs even before their case are resolved. The application process is quick, easy, and FREE. After applying for funding, Lawsuit Financial will request case documentation from the plaintiff's attorney. Once received and reviewed, if the application is approved, funds can be available in 24 - 48 hours. Remember, repayment is only required if the plaintiff wins the case.

If you are like most plaintiffs and find it hard to make ends meet during a lawsuit, a feasible alternative could be lawsuit funding.

September 15, 2014

Pre-Settlement Lawsuit Funding May Help Leg Amputation Victim Fight for Justice

A West Virginia woman filed a medical malpractice lawsuit claiming doctor negligence for failure to accurately diagnose, care, advise, and observe her medical condition. The woman went to the ER complaining of pain and swelling in her lower right leg, at which time she was diagnosed with right leg edema and advised to follow up with her primary care physician (PCP). It wasn’t until her third follow-up visit that her PCP identified the presence of peripheral edema. He prescribed a diuretic, and ordered both a chest x-ray and an echo cardiogram. During a subsequent visit, she was diagnosed with peripheral vascular disease. After suffering foot pain and fearing an infection, the woman went to a different hospital. An examination of her right foot revealed that deep necrosis had occurred; her foot was emitting a foul smell and the necrosis had caused significant damage. A below-the-knee amputation of her right leg was performed the next day; a subsequent operation amputated her leg above-the-knee.

Despite the fact that our legal system can help plaintiffs receive the compensation deserved, it is usually not a quick and easy process. The emotional, mental and physical stress is enough to deal with; the last thing this woman needs to worry about is how to keep up with her financial obligations until a fair settlement is reached. In medical malpractice lawsuits such as this one, victims may be eligible for litigation funding. When justice is slow in coming, a lawsuit cash advance can be the means to stay financially afloat. All that a plaintiff needs is to hire an experienced personal injury lawsuit and have a case with merit.

Applying for litigation funding can be done online or with a quick phone call. Once a plaintiff completes our one-page application, documentation will be requested from the attorney. The review and decision process is typically handled within one day, and funds can be available for use within 24 - 48 hours of approval. There is no credit check or employment verification; we only care about the strength of the case. Repayment is only made after the plaintiff successfully settles; if the case is lost, repayment of the lawsuit cash advance is excused.

If you are the victim of medical malpractice, have filed a lawsuit, and need assistance paying your bills, contact Lawsuit Financial. We may have the mechanism you need to pay your bills, keep your credit standing, and fight for your rights.

September 11, 2014

Litigation Funding: A Short-Term Cash Flow Solution for Plaintiffs

Every day, workers at industrial workplaces and construction sites are injured or die, often as the result of falling due to inadequate precautions set up by the employer, and sometimes resulting from a negligent design of construction equipment. When negligence causes serious injuries or death due to a manufacturer's failure to design safe equipment and/or a construction company's failure to provide a safe workplace, victims may seek damages for their loss. If finances become a concern during a pending litigation, litigation funding may be a short-term cash flow.

Two Alabama men were killed when the lift they were working in during the construction of the Interstate 85 Outer Loop bridge project separated from the side of the bridge and fell more than 90 feet to the ground. Both men were pronounced dead at the scene.

OSHA's investigation determined that R.R. Dawson failed to provide employees working near the bridge's edge with required fall protection. The bridge company was issued three violations for exposing workers to fall hazards and for failing to inspect employee fall arrest systems before use.

Families of both men have filed wrongful deaths against R.R. Dawson Bridge Co. alleging negligently or wantonly breaching its duty to provide a safe place to work and allowing employees to use the lift without proper supervision, training or instruction. They have also named lift manufacturer, Miller Formless Systems in the suit claiming a design defect led to a mechanical failure which caused the lift to fall to the ground.

While waiting for a settlement or verdict, if these families need financial assistance, they may be able to take advantage of a service referred to as litigation funding. Litigation funding is a quick and easy method to access fast cash that will help a plaintiff pay medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, house and car payments, tuition, and daily living expenses.

Lawsuit financing is often the only means for a plaintiff to continue their case and get the settlement rightfully deserve. Because litigation funding is non-recourse cash advance, there are no monthly payments. Repayment is only required once the case settles. If the plaintiff fails to win their case, the repayment is completely waived; the funding company assumes all the risk.

Applying for a lawsuit cash advance only takes a few minutes and it may be done either online or by calling the legal finance company directly. After an application is approved funding is sent within 24 - 48 hours either by wire or by check. With important financial obligations satisfied, a plaintiff can wait for a fair resolution of the case.

If you have been seriously injured or lost a loved one while working on a construction site, it is important to speak with an experienced attorney to determine if you are entitled to compensation. If you are suffering financial hardship, a lawsuit cash advance may be the answer. Qualifying is relatively easy; eligibility is based strictly on the merits of your case, not credit or work history. Call Lawsuit Financial for a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our experienced funding representatives or complete our online application to get started.

September 11, 2014

Time Will Not Work Against You with Lawsuit Funding

At least six personal injury lawsuits have been filed since the March 24, 2014 commuter train derailment at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. The derailment propelled the train up an escalator where it came to rest. Although the platform was deserted at the time, more than 30 passengers on the train were injured.

Of the claims filed, a single mother of a 1-year-old says she still suffers from lower back and hip injury, and is unable to work. Another plaintiff claims she suffered neck and head injuries and a broken foot. The suits allege conductor error, excessive speed, and/or faulty brakes.

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigated the incident and believe the train operator was suffering from fatigue after working a string of overtime shifts. Additionally, the emergency brakes and bumper at the end of the tracks failed to stop the train. The operator allegedly admitted that she fell asleep before the accident.

Lawsuits are often the only way for individuals to recover financial damages. It will undoubtedly be a long time before a full investigation is complete and settlements are reached. In the meantime, the injured victims may find it challenging to pay the bills, especially those unable to work due to injuries. Lawsuit funding could be the answer to financial challenges until during this time.

Lawsuit Financial is one of the most highly respected legal funding companies nationwide. We are known for our excellent customer service and quick turnaround time. In most cases, we can applicants approved and paid within 24 – 48 hours. Because funding provided based on the strength of your case, there is not need for a credit check or employment verification. Our cash advances are also 100% risk-free; if you do not win or settle your case, you are not obligated to repay the cash advance. Additionally, there are no strings attached. Once you are approved and receive funding, the money is yours to use however you wish, although we recommend funding to be used to pay medical bills, the mortgage or rent, a down payment on a new car, and daily household expenses.

If you are in the middle of a personal injury lawsuit and struggling financially, your case may qualify for lawsuit funding. To find out, call Lawsuit Financial toll-free at 1-877-377-7848 or visit us online. We work quickly to review and approved funding applications because we know time is of the essence.

September 9, 2014

Lawsuit Funding When an “It Can't Happen to Me Moment” Happens

Traffic was a slow stop-and-go due to construction when the driver of a van approached at 80 mph slamming into the back of a Toyota Prius. Although a 48-year-old backseat passenger in the Prius was wearing a seat belt, he sustained a severe lumbar fracture and a fracture to his left femur. The femur fracture caused a blot clot and pulmonary embolism that resulted in a major stroke leaving him paralyzed on one side.

This is one of those "It can't happen to me" moments that fate tosses our way; a man's life was turned upside down in the blink of an eye. He not only faced long-term care, but is unable to return to work. After consulting a personal injury attorney, the victim filed a lawsuit against the negligent driver of the van. But, what about his financial situation while the lawsuit was pending? At the suggestion of his attorney, the victim called Lawsuit Financial seeking a “lawsuit loan.”

While not a “loan”, lawsuit funding can make a financial difference in the outcome of a lawsuit. With a lawsuit cash advance, the injured victim was able to pay his bills, relieve the financial pressure to settle too early for too little, and wait for just and fair conclusion six months later.

Lawsuit funding is easy to apply for, and the application process is absolutely free. Once we receive your application, we will request case documentation from your attorney. After reviewing the documents, if you qualify for funding, we can wire the money into your bank account within 24-48 hours.

Lawsuit financing is a good strategic move providing staying power to wait for a fair offer or award. You don't have to accept the insurance company’s offer just because you need the money. Lawsuit Financial requires no upfront payments; there is no employment requirement, credit check, or monthly payments. The quality of your case is the collateral. You pay nothing until the case settles; if you lose you owe nothing – ever!

If you ever find yourself in an "it can't happen to me moment, have filed a personal injury lawsuit, and need financial assistance, consider lawsuit funding; consider the services of Lawsuit Financial!

September 8, 2014

Two Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Home Improvement Store

For one woman and a young child, their future has changed forever in the aisle of a local home improvement store.

After a trip to Menards turned fatal for a Michigan man last month, his wife has filed two lawsuits against the home improvement store - one is a wrongful death lawsuit; the other is for emotional anguish suffered by witnessing her husband’s death – alleging negligence by the retailer. The suit alleges that while the 38-year-old Clinton Township man and his wife were shopping at a local Menards, a wooden pallet holding 600 pounds of ceramic tile fell about 15 feet from an upper storage shelf and hit the man in the head. He was transported to a local hospital where he died from injuries. Besides his wife, the man leaves behind a five-year-old son.

Police said that about 15 to 20 minutes prior to the fatal accident, employees were placing pallets of materials and goods up on the storage racks using a forklift or high-lo. That part of the aisle was open to the public when the couple came through and employees had moved to another area. The complaints allege the company, through its employees, failed to prevent or protect against the injuries caused by the improper placement of the pallet containing the tile.

At Lawsuit Financial, we understand the unfortunate ordeal that families like this are going through and the financial difficulty that they may be facing. We also understand the importance of receiving money to help pay the bills – funeral expenses, mortgage, living expenses, etc. while waiting for a settlement. Our dedicated staff is trained to help with the best customer service care in the litigation funding industry, but more importantly have funding approval within 24- 48 hours of receiving all necessary case documents. With a lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs can use the proceeds of the expected recovery; there are no monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verifications because funding is provided solely on case merit. Best of all, repayment is only made once the case successfully settles; if the case is lost, the repayment is waived.

If you are the victim of a wrongful death, don’t let the financial burden alone deter you from pursuing a wrongful death claim. Let Lawsuit Financial help you see your strong case through to the justice you deserve. Call or visit us online.

September 8, 2014

Facebooking Driver Could Be Facing Time and a Wrongful Death Lawsuit

More and more auto accidents are caused by drivers too busy engaging in social media activities while behind the wheel than focusing on the road. According to a 2011 survey by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), drivers between 18 and 20 have the “highest incidence of crash or near-crash experience,” and report the highest level of phone involvement at the time of an accident or near-accident. Unfortunately, an 89-year old grandmother from North Dakota became a victim of this form of negligence. Her granddaughter and great-granddaughter were treated at a hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.

Police obtained a warrant to search the phone of the 20-year-old woman who rear-ended the SUV at 85 mph and determined she was looking at photos on her mobile Facebook app at the time of the accident. Records also revealed she had sent numerous text messages while driving. A witness told police he saw the SUV with brake lights and turn signal when the Ford Escape plowed into it. The lack of skid marks on the road suggested the young woman did not see the SUV in front of her. The negligent driver has been accused of negligent homicide and faces up to five years in prison if convicted.

At Lawsuit Financial, we often help plaintiffs who are involved in auto accident lawsuits because of injuries or deaths caused by a negligent driver. In order to seek full and fair compensation, some people are forced to wait months or even years. Unfortunately, the bills don’t stop the bill from coming in. Many people are living paycheck to paycheck and if forced out of work for an extended period of time or lost the sole breadwinner, it could be financially devastating. One way to level the playing field with the deep-pocket insurance company through lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is a cash advance that puts money in your hands now so you can afford to wait for the settlement you deserve. Lawsuit Financial has been in the legal funding business for over 15 years, streamlining the application process so our clients can often start paying their bills within 24 – 48 hours. We do not required credit checks or employment verification; our clients pay us nothing until the case successfully settles. If the case is lost, the repayment is waived. That is because Lawsuit Financial assumes all the risk. What bank would do that?

If you have been involved in an accident or lost a loved one as a result of a distracted driver and don’t have the financial capability to wait months or years, lawsuit funding may be a viable option to an early settlement. Contact Lawsuit Financial today to learn more or click here to apply online.