July 29, 2014

Plaintiffs Can Survive Back-To-School Expenses

When you are seriously injured in an auto accident, in addition to your regular monthly expenses such as rent, food, gas, and utilities, there will be medical expenses and other related expenses. Contacting an experienced auto accident attorney and filing a lawsuit can compensate you for your losses, but that could take months, even years. If injuries have left you unable to work, lack of income can bite you in the…budget. The good news is – you do not have to accept a low settlement offer, nor do you have to risk your credit. Contact Lawsuit Financial first; we may be able to provide lawsuit funding during your time of need.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance against a pending claim. The only criteria to be approved are 1. you must be represented by an attorney and 2. you must have a meritorious case. At Lawsuit Financial, we do not require an application fee or monthly payments, nor do we need a credit check or employment history. Furthermore, there is no risk to the plaintiff. Repayment is made once the case settles, but if the plaintiff loses, the repayment is completely waived.

Don’t let the bills jeopardize your credit and don’t forget back-to-school costs when assessing your budget. Here are a few often overlooked expenses at this time of year.

Back-to-School Supplies. This includes not pencils, pens, backpacks, but also books and new school clothes or uniforms.

Gas/Auto Maintenance. If you drive your kids to school, higher fuel bills will kick in, not to mention additional wear and tear on your vehicle.

Vaccinations/ Physical Exam. Most schools require kids to be up-to-date on shots. Physicals are usually required as well, especially for anyone playing a sport.

Sports/Activity Fees. Extracurricular activities are rarely free. You may need to purchase or rent music instruments or band uniforms, or sports uniform, shoes, and gear. There may be a participation fee.

Lunch Money. Unless your kids take their lunch to school, you will need money for their meal plan.

Before/After School Care. If you are able to return to work or disabled and need help taking care of your kids, you may need additional funds for childcare.

When that unexpected tragedy happens call an experienced attorney and before the bills pile up, call Lawsuit Financial. With our legal finance services, the litigation process will be much less stressful. Additionally, through our Client Resource Center we can help with budgeting tips and steps to take to ensure your future financial security. Call us for a free, no-obligation consultation today. You could be on your way to financial stability tomorrow.

July 28, 2014

Oregon Department of Transportation Under Investigation Following Two Separate Construction Worker Fatalities

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) is under investigation following two separate incidents in which construction workers were killed on the job. In the first incident, a 54-year-old man working on a paving project was killed when a dump truck backed up and ran over him. The second fatality involved a 64-year-old man who was installing rumble strips at a different paving project; he was run over by a pick-up truck. In both cases, another employee was behind the wheel.

As part of the investigation, OSHA will be looking into supervision, safety protocols, and training of workers. If the ODOT is found negligent, it could face penalties.

Immediately after the death of a loved one, a lawsuit is the furthest thing from the minds of family members. No lawsuit can bring the loved one back, but it is important to consult a wrongful death attorney to determine if the death was linked to negligence and if the family has a right to compensation.

Tragedies like often times have a financial impact especially if the family's principal means of support is gone. These families may experience significant financial problems, not only from lack of income to pay regular bills and expenses, but, also from funeral and burial expenses. Once a lawsuit has been filed, they may be able to take advantage of litigation funding, a lawsuit cash advance that would help them pay medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, house and car payments, tuition, and daily living expenses until their case settles.

Litigation funding is often the only means for a plaintiff to continue their case and get the settlement rightfully deserved. With important financial obligations satisfied, a plaintiff can wait for a fair resolution of the case. Qualifying is relatively easy; eligibility is based strictly on the merits of your case. At Lawsuit Financial, plaintiffs can expect:

1.Approval within 24 – 48 hours of receiving an application and necessary case documentation
2.No application fee, closing costs, monthly payments, or other hidden fees
3.No credit check or employment verification
4.Hassle-free online application process
5.Repayment only when you settle your case
6.No-risk; if you lose your case, you owe us absolutely nothing

If you have lost a loved one while working on a construction site, have filed a wrongful death lawsuit, and suffering a financial hardship, litigation funding may be the answer. Call Lawsuit Financial for a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our experienced funding representatives or complete our online application to get started.

July 24, 2014

Bicyclist’s Wrongful Death may have been Due to Distracted Deputy

If you have lost a family member to a fatal auto-pedestrian accident, then you are not only trying to cope with the emotional pain of your tragic loss, but you may also need a way to handle the enormous financial impact. The losses suffered by a wrongful death are not just emotional but monetary. Lost earnings and pain and suffering are recoverable in court. So are funeral expenses, medical costs, the loss of a pension and the loss of companionship and care. Seeking compensation can take a long time; contacting a litigation funding company may be one of the most important decision you make in remaining financially stable until the case settles.

The family of bicyclist and prominent entertainment attorney who was killed in an auto-pedestrian accident with a deputy’s patrol car has filed a wrongful death. The suit alleges negligence on the part of the deputy and Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The family is seeking general damages in excess of $50,000, unspecified economic damages and reimbursement for costs related to Olin’s death and the lawsuit. The family has yet to receive a copy of the accident report.

Milton Olin, Jr. was riding his bike eastbound in a dedicated bike lane when he was struck by the deputy’s Ford Crown Victoria patrol car also travelling eastbound. According to reports, the deputy failed to negotiate a left curve in the roadway and entered the bike lane. A witness said the deputy did not brake before hitting Olin, whose body flew into the air and over the patrol car. The accident happened on December 8, 2013. Olin was pronounced dead at the scene. The deputy suffered minor injuries

According to a search warrant affidavit obtained by the Daily News, the deputy was texting from his personal phone shortly before the accident. It's not clear if he was texting at the exact moment he slammed into Olin, but records show he had sent more than 100 text messages since about 6:15 a.m. that morning, including six in the five minutes before the crash. State law that prohibits texting or making calls on handheld cell phones while driving does not apply to emergency services personnel “operating an authorized emergency vehicle … in the course and scope of his or her duties.” In addition, Sheriff’s Department policy prohibits the use of cell phones in a county-owned vehicle “absent extenuating circumstances.”

This cyclist-auto accident may be litigated over several months or years before being resolved. If the Olin family is in need of money prior to settling their case, they may be able to obtain a lawsuit cash advance against their case. With lawsuit funding, the family can pay the rent or mortgage, make car payments, pay funeral and burial expenses, or simply put food on the table. There is no need for credit or employment checks or monthly payments. The family would repay the cash advance only when the case successfully settles; if they lose their case, they would owe nothing. To apply, they would simply complete a one-page funding application, and if approved, funds would be available within 24 – 48 hours. It is really that easy!

If you have a viable personal injury or wrongful death case and are represented by an attorney, you may qualify for litigation funding. Contact Lawsuit Financial to see if we can help you get the money you need NOW!

July 21, 2014

When and How to Seek Nursing Home Negligence Lawsuit Funding

When elderly loved ones are no longer able to live on their own, many family members turn to an assisted living facility or nursing home. While many of these facilities provide excellent care, unfortunately there are others that do not. Some nursing homes are understaffed with underpaid and poorly trained employees; others may put profits over patients. Neglect or abuse often times results from the simple lack of interest by nursing home staff. Failure to provide residents with the basic needs is a form of neglect that can lead to more serious forms of illnesses, diseases and medical conditions. If a loved one suffered physical or emotional injuries because an assisted living facility or nursing home was negligent or failed to fulfill its care obligations, you may have grounds for a nursing home negligence case. Unfortunately, the litigation process is typically a financial and emotional roller coaster especially when money is tight and the bills keep coming. Rather than settling for less than deserved, plaintiffs can turn to lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advances that allows plaintiffs to receive a portion of your settlement up front, without risk, while the case is being resolved. The funds can be used for medical expenses, physical therapy, even to move the loved one to a new assisted living facility or nursing home. Once an application and case documentation are received, our underwriters will review the strength of the case. If approved for funding the cash advance can be available in as little as 24 hours.

Lawsuit funding is not a loan; personal credit and employment history are not factors in the decision process. Unlike a bank loan, there are not monthly payments; repayment is made once the case successfully settles. If the plaintiff does not win, the repayment is waived.

We have helped hundreds of people with lawsuit funding; we may be able to help you. If you have a viable lawsuit and are represented by an attorney, you are already pre-approved. Contact Lawsuit Financial online or call us toll free at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) to discuss your financial needs; we offer a no-obligation consultation.

July 15, 2014

Financial Security While Waiting for Your Medical Malpractice Settlement

When an injury occurs as a result of medical negligence, the costs can be exorbitant including medical bills, physical therapy, and long-term care, even funeral and burial expenses. It may also result in the loss of earnings. Bringing a medical malpractice suit holds doctors, hospitals, nurses, and other medical staff accountable, but these cases can take months or even years to settle. Often, claimants wading through piles of bills will rush to a settlement because they simply cannot wait out the legal process of medical malpractice cases. We offer another option – lawsuit funding.

A lawsuit cash advance is one way to mitigate against economic hardships. It can be the difference between keeping up with the bills or falling further and further behind. Even if a plaintiff is on the verge of getting evicted or having the family car repossessed, we can help.

If you have suffered serious injuries due to medical negligence or error, you may not only be entitled to compensation for damages, but you may be a candidate for medical malpractice lawsuit funding. Simply complete our online application or call us at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848). We will assess your case at no cost and explain your funding options. Approval is based on the strength of your case; no credit check or employment verification is required. The cash advance is at your discretion; use it for anything deemed fit. Additionally, there are no upfront fees, no monthly payments and no risk. Repayment is made from the proceeds of the case; if you don’t there is no obligation to repay the cash advance.

Contact Lawsuit Financial for your financial needs and receive the compensation you deserve.

July 8, 2014

Lawsuit Funding for Dental Negligence

A woman who was to have a tooth extracted not only left the dentist office without the tooth, but she also left unable to eat or talk properly. The dentist pierced her lingual nerve while he was administering freezing to numb the area. Now her tongue is permanently numb. This unfortunate woman qualified for lawsuit funding which allowed her to pay outstanding medical bills, handle medications, any further surgeries that were required.

A 22-year-old woman went to a dental clinic to have two teeth pulled, but the dentist mistakenly pulled all 16 upper teeth. Restoration surgery would be in excess of $80,000. The woman needed the surgery prior to settling her case, but did not have immediate cash on hand. Faced with surgery and other mounting bills, she had to decide whether to accept a low-ball offer from the insurance company. The plaintiff qualified for a lawsuit cash advance which enabled her to have her surgery, stay financially afloat, and await a fair settlement.

A man consulted his dentist for treatment of tooth pain. The dentist failed to recognize decay in a tooth which warranted prompt treatment. The failure to treat led to extraction of the tooth.
The man’s ability to work was severely limited, and just making enough money to get by was difficult. To help him financially until his lawsuit settled, he turned to lawsuit funding. The cash advance helped with the daily costs of living and mortgage payments.

When a victim of medical negligence, many people find that they simply do not have the financial assets needed to weather the storm without help. In each of these cases, Lawsuit Financial helped level the playing field by providing plaintiffs with a lawsuit cash advance to cover every day financial needs. The strategy behind lawsuit funding is that it allows plaintiffs, in a difficult financial situation, the time to wait for a just settlement rather than settling early to avoid further losses. This non-recourse cash advance requires no upfront fees or monthly payments. Furthermore, no money is repaid until the case successfully settles, and if the plaintiff loses, they keep the cash advance free and with no obligation.

If you believe that you are a victim of dental malpractice or dental care neglect, it is important to discuss your case and your rights with an experienced dental malpractice attorney. Lawsuit Financial has one of the nation's largest networks of attorneys available for referral. If you need a referral to a legal specialist in any legal field, call us today, at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) and talk to one of our legal referral specialists. Or, visit the referral page of our website.

Once a lawsuit is filed, if you need financial assistance, you may wish to seek lawsuit funding. All that is needed to be considered for funding is to complete a one-page application online or over the phone. Next, case documentation is obtained from your attorney. Then, the case is reviewed, and if approved, a contract prepared and signed. Funding will be available for use within 24 – 48 hours of approval.

We can’t undo the negligence; we can’t rewind the clock so that it never happened. What we can do is help you to survive the financial turmoil that was caused until a settlement is reached. Don’t let a negative financial picture force you to settle for less than you deserve. Contact the legal funding experts at Lawsuit Financial. It is clearly something to consider if you find yourself considering an inadequate settlement offer just because of serious financial need.

July 7, 2014

Lawsuit Financial On Board to Help Auto Accident Victims

An auto accident lawsuit begins by hiring the right attorney. The process of collecting evidence and trying to get your life back to normal will begin. Some lawsuits take months, even years to resolve. Everyday expenses do not stop because you or a loved one has been catastrophically injured or killed in an auto accident. For many families, auto accident lawsuit funding is not just a good option; it is the only option.

The driver of a Jeep Liberty lost control, veered off the roadway into a grassy area before hitting a tree. A 39-year-old passenger died at the scene. Investigators do not know at this time if impairment is involved, but it does appear the vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed.

The family of the victim may file a wrongful death lawsuit alleging driver negligence. Once the case is filed, if they family does not have the financial ability to wait out the litigation process for a settlement, they may wish to seek financial assistance in the form of a non-recourse cash advance known as litigation funding. With a lawsuit cash advance, the family can pay funeral expenses, mortgage and auto payments, and everyday living expenses.

Litigation funding is not a “lawsuit loan.” There are not credit checks, employment verification, upfront fees or monthly payments, and it is not paid back, until the plaintiffs successfully settles. Should the plaintiff lose in court, the litigation funding company completely waives repayment of the cash advance. While funding is generally spent on immediate living expenses, medical bills or funeral expenses, it may be used in any way the plaintiff wishes. If the case qualifies, funding can be available within 24 hours.

If you have been seriously injured or lost a loved one in an auto accident, it is important to seek legal advice. An attorney who has experience in handling personal injury and wrongful death cases involving auto accidents can help you through this difficult time and make sure that you and your family receives the full compensation to which you are entitled. Once the lawsuit is filed, if you are searching for a cash advance, simply complete an online funding application or call our office to see if you qualify for litigation funding. Our experienced and professional lawsuit funding staff is waiting to answer your questions and help you understand the lawsuit finance process.

June 26, 2014

Pre-Settlement Funding is a Valuable Option for Auto Accident Victims

Although many auto accident injuries are minor and settle quickly, a large number involve serious injuries. Even if liability appears clear and injuries obvious, many cases proceed to litigation and trial. In these circumstances, the plaintiff’s attorney must fully investigate the case - interview witnesses, gather documents, and hire accident experts. Many injury victims cannot financially withstand a lengthy legal process, especially if out of work; mounting debt may force plaintiffs to accept an early settlement. A valuable option is pre-settlement lawsuit funding.

As the driver of a Toyota Camry entered a busy Chicago intersection, the vehicle was hit broadside by a Ford SUV. The impact pushed the Camry into a parked car, where it came to rest. What caused the driver of the SUV to run the red light is still under investigation, but police do not believe alcohol or speeding played a role. The driver of the Camry suffered a herniated disc and broken leg.

The Camry driver may want to consult a personal injury attorney to understand her rights to compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. During the wait for case resolution, she might incur significant medical expenses for surgery, therapy, and treatment. If paying the bills is a financial challenge, this woman may also want to inquire about obtaining pre-settlement funding.

By applying for and receiving lawsuit funding, the injured victim is able to get back on her feet, financially, even though the case has not resolved and even if she is unable to return to work or has poor credit. Unlike a bank loan, a lawsuit cash advance is based on the strength of the lawsuit, not employment or credit history. Once the legal finance company receives an application and case documentation, if approved, the plaintiff can have cash in hand within 24-48 hours. Pre-settlement lawsuit funding is provided at no-risk to the plaintiff; there are no hidden fees or monthly payments and repayment is only required when the case settles. If the plaintiff happens to lose, the cash advance is completely waived.

If you or someone you love has been injured in an auto accident due to the negligence of another, you can pursue litigation and request compensation for your injuries. You may also pursue a lawsuit cash advance. To apply, simply complete our pre-settlement funding online application or call us at 1-877-377-7848.

June 24, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Brought Financial Relief

Lawsuit funding can be a valuable tool for plaintiffs; if used correctly and strategically, it can be a revenue enhancement tool. One example to demonstrate this point is a case which we funded a few months ago.

A Michigan man who suffered a closed head injury in an auto accident was unable to work. He had missed several mortgage payments; the bank was threatening foreclosure. The medical bills and other expenses were also piling up. Simultaneously, the insurance company offered $325,000 on the case. With no other options, the victim wanted to accept the offer, but his attorney advised him that he should be able to obtain a much higher recovery if he was willing to wait out the process. He recommended lawsuit funding.

The man applied for funding with Lawsuit Financial. Once we received his application, we contacted his attorney for case documentation. Within 24 hours, the application was approved; $5,000 was wired directly into his bank account. He later received two more cash advances for a total of $7,500. Lawsuit Financial not only saved this man from losing his home, we were also a substantial reason why there was a $775,000 increase over the offer he almost accepted out of serious financial need.

If you are a plaintiff in a pending lawsuit and find yourself desperate to settle just to pay the bills, contact Lawsuit Financial. Our funding is based strictly on the strength of the case. There are no credit checks or employment verification; there are no upfront fees or monthly payments. Best of all, repayment of the lawsuit cash advance only occurs when your case successfully settles. If you lose, repayment is waived. Call today for a no-obligation consultation and to obtain answers to all your lawsuit financing questions. It could be worth $775,000 …or more!

June 23, 2014

After Filing Wrongful Death Lawsuit, Family May Qualify for Lawsuit Funding

Everyday expenses do not stop because you or a loved one has been catastrophically injured or killed in an auto accident. Lawsuit funding is a means to help supplement loss of income, pay medical expenses, funeral expenses, mortgage payments, and ordinary living expenses until a lawsuit settlement is reached.

When a man failed to negotiate a curve, his 1998 Dodge Ram pick-up truck rolled several times in a field. A passenger was ejected and trapped underneath the truck; he died of massive head and neck trauma. The driver escaped with minor injuries; he has been charged with aggravated driving under the influence causing a death.

The family of the deceased passenger may choose to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit, but cases like this can be very complex, quite often taking years to reach a settlement or verdict. Auto accident lawsuit funding may not be just a good option; it may be the only option.

A lawsuit cash advance is a welcome lifesaver for families in a tight financial situation during a pending claim. Although often referred to as a “lawsuit loan,” it is not like a bank loan. With lawsuit funding, there are no upfront fees, monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verification. Best of all, lawsuit funding is not paid back until the case successfully settles, and if the case is lost the repayment is waived.

The only requirements to qualify for funding are that the plaintiff be represented by an attorney and that the case has merit. Once an application is received, the funding company will request and review case documentation from the plaintiff’s attorney to determine funding eligibility. If approved, funds can be wired into the plaintiff’s bank account within 24 – 48 hours.

If you have been involved in an automobile accident and don't have the financial ability to wait out the litigation process, a lawsuit cash advance from Lawsuit Financial may be a viable solution for you. Simply complete our easy, online application or call 1-877-377-7848 now. Our experienced and professional lawsuit funding staff is waiting to answer your questions regarding our legal funding services.

About Us
Lawsuit Financial Corporation is a leader in the lawsuit funding industry and recognized by attorneys nationwide as a preferred choice for legal funding services. We are dedicated to securing lawsuit cash advances to plaintiffs based on case assessment only. Every case is thoroughly reviewed to ensure the highest probability of being funded. With a streamlined process, our professional staff works to ensure that each request for funding is processed quickly and efficiently, with funding available in as little as 24 hours. Lawsuit Financial prides itself on honest and exceptional customer service. Putting our clients, and their specific funding needs, first is our number one goal.

June 16, 2014

Easing Financial Burdens with Pre-Settlement Funding

A drunk driver ran a stop sign and slammed into my father’s car. The force of impact set my dad’s Taurus into a tree; he died instantly. The physical and emotional impact on the family was overwhelming. Within a few months, so was the financial impact. My mom was sitting on a stack of unpaid bills, including the mortgage, funeral expenses, and tuition bills for me and my brother. My dad was the only family income and the bank would not give us a loan. My mother did not work; dad’s job was the only source of income. Our attorney said the case would take at least another 6 months to settle, time we did not have. I remembered reading about a company that advanced money on personal injury lawsuits, so I asked our attorney if this service would be available to us. He suggested I call Lawsuit Financial.

The staff at Lawsuit Financial was extremely helpful. The process of obtaining pre-settlement funding was thoroughly explained to us before we even applied. Once we felt we had the information to make an informed decision, we applied for a $3,000 cash advance. Within two days, Lawsuit Financial wired to us a check, we paid all the outstanding bills and when our case settled four months later, Lawsuit Financial was repaid from the proceeds of the case.

It has still been a daily struggling trying to move forward without my dad, but we know that justice was served with the help of Lawsuit Financial.

Thank you for your compassion at a difficult time in our lives. ~ Douglas Reimer

Mr. Reimer’s story is not uncommon. Nothing is more stressful than coping with an avalanche of financial demands, especially during a long litigation process. While a case
winds its way through the courts, pre-settlement funding may be the only means for a plaintiff to stay afloat. With this lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs can pay the bills and put food on the table while giving their attorney time to negotiate a fairer settlement. The process is fast and simple! It costs nothing to apply and because there is no need for a credit check or employment verification, funding often available within 24-48 hours. Best of all, a lawsuit cash advance is risk-free; if you lose your case you keep the advance and owe us nothing.

Suffering injuries are the loss of a loved one is enough of a hardship; don’t succumb to a financial hardship as well. If you need help paying the bills until your case settles, consider pre-settlement funding. It may be the smartest strategic move to give you and your attorney time needed to obtain maximum results. Call or visit us online to apply or for a no obligation consultation.

June 12, 2014

When the Unthinkable Happens, Think Lawsuit Financial

You are a safe driver, right? Then, the unthinkable happens…

Thousands of people suffer from personal injuries each year; while you might think a serious injury could never happen to you or someone you love, it can. Far too often, auto accidents are caused speeding, driving under the influence, driving under fatigue, or multi-tasking (texting, talking on a cell phone, eating, etc.). Being injured can be financially devastating. Depending on the type and the severity of the injury, medical expenses may reach thousands of dollars or more, pain and suffering could last years, and some injuries may put a victim out of work, permanently. Rather than let financial difficulties prevent a plaintiff from waiting for the fairest result possible, pre-settlement lawsuit funding can help a victim manage his basic financial commitments - mortgage payments, auto payments, mortgage/rent, groceries, basic household needs - while waiting for case settlement.

With a lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs can get the cash they need now, without having to settle their case for peanuts. The goal of lawsuit funding is to help reduce the financial pressure a plaintiff might feel that would lead to settling a case too early, for too little. Here are a few advantages of pre-settlement funding:
•No application fee.
•No monthly payments.
•No credit checks
•No employment verification.
•Funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, meaning nothing is paid until the case successfully settles. If the case is lost, repayment is excused.
•Funding can typically be provided within 24-48 hours after approval.

Are you worried about financial issues resulting from your accident and injuries? Are you facing eviction or foreclosure? Are you unable to put food on the table, pay medical expenses or other necessities of life? Are you seriously considering settling your valuable case for too little? If you answered yes to most or all of these questions, you pre-qualify for lawsuit funding. Call Lawsuit Financial to learn if pre-settlement funding can be the difference between settling your case for inadequate compensation or hanging in there and receiving the settlement you deserve.