Posted On: June 1, 2010 by Mark Bello of Lawsuit Financial Corp.

Automobile Accident Lawsuit Funding

Each day, thousands of Americans are involved in automobile accidents. It should not surprise you that automobile accidents are, by far, the number one cause of injuries in the U.S.. There are thousands of automobile accidents, throughout the United States, each day. With the number of attorneys growing, each year, and competing for your business in many ways, I doubt that there are many of you who do not know that if you are not at fault in an accident and you are seriously injured, you may pursue the at-fault driver for compensation for wage loss, medical expenses and pain & suffering.

What you may not know if that after you have hired the lawyer and while your lawsuit is pending, you may seek the services of a lawsuit funding company for pre-resolution financial help while you wait for your case to be settled or tried to a verdict.

Because automobile accidents are the highest cause of injuries, it stands to reason that they are also result in the highest number of lawsuit funding requests. As the most experienced legal finance company in America today, Lawsuit Financial has seen thousands of auto accident lawsuit funding requests. Serious injuries will often result in long-term disability which, in turn, will result in serious financial distress for an accident victim. You may need help with your regular bills, your car payments, your rent or your mortgage, while you await a full and fair settlement of your lawsuit.

If your case has reached a point where you have retained an attorney and filed a lawsuit; if your attorney has evaluated your case and it appears that the accident was not your fault, if you were injured and are missing work, you will probably qualify for lawsuit funding. Because the at-fault party in your case will also retain and attorney (usually provided by his/her insurance company) and the facts of the accident have to be investigated in a process called "discovery". Further, courts around the country are dealing with a significant number of cases and it takes quite a long time for a case to move up the court's docket toward a firm trial date. If you are seriously hurt and can't work, how do you support yourself while the case is pending, if it takes months, even years for the case to resolve?

These circumstances are why more and more attorneys and clients are turning to Lawsuit Financial for automobile accident lawsuit funding. Simply stated, litigation funding helps injured people through difficult financial times while they await a fair shake from the legal system. Since a financially desperate plaintiff is not a positive influence on settlement negotiations, it stands to reason that removing financial pressure to settle early and inexpensively will result in increased settlement proceeds for the plaintiff. The biggest mistake a plaintiff can make is to accept an initial offer from an insurance company, not because it is the correct settlement figure for his/her case, but because his/her economic circumstances require acceptance of a low ball settlement offer. Lawsuit funding will prevent you from having to make that mistake, and, because a lawsuit cash advance is non-recourse (repayment is contingent upon case outcome), if you lose the case, you do not have to repay the money.

The experienced attorneys and paralegals at Lawsuit Financial understand the value of this important service and the positive impact it can have on your life and your case; the application process is simple; you can apply online or by phone; approvals are often made within 24-48 hours. We provide free telephone advice. The call is free; the advice is priceless.