Posted On: September 30, 2010 by Mark Bello of Lawsuit Financial Corp.

Police Officer Injured in Encounter With Wrong Way Driver

A woman, traveling the wrong way on a one way street, realized her error. She suddenly bolted across the road, apparently, in an attempt to fashion a U-Turn, and ran into, of all people, a police officer. Talk about bad timing!

The impact actually shoved the cruiser into an apartment building, causing some $2,000 in damage. The wrong way driver was not injured; her car was not so lucky. The police officer sustained burn injuries from the air bag deployment; he headed to hospital to have his injuries checked.

Clearly, the "wrong way lady" was negligent; it seems that the officer suffered only minor injuries. If you or someone you love is seriously injured by a negligent driver, the victim is entitled to pursue the negligent driver in court. In most states, medical expenses, wage loss, property damage, pain, suffering, disfigurement and mental anguish may all be recovered in the potential lawsuit. Most personal injury lawsuits involve serious injuries or disability.

When a seriously injured person retains an attorney to pursue litigation, the attorney will, most likely, inform the client that the court system is a crowded system; there are a significant number of lawsuits filed and only a handful of judges to handle them. I was in court the other day, and the judge told me that she was managing a docket of 2000 cases! Thus, your attorney will, most likely, tell you that your case will take awhile to resolve. If, for example, our police officer was seriously injured and was unable to return to his job as a police officer, how does he support his family while waiting months, even years, for his case to settle?

The answer is that he can obtain automobile accident lawsuit funding from an experienced provider of that valuable service. With the assistance and blessing of his attorney, legal finance services are available for eligible plaintiffs whose personal injury cases will take significant time to settle, either in, or out of the courts. A lawsuit cash advance is cash now, provided in advance of an expected settlement; its main purpose is to assist the plaintiff to pay important bills and expenses, stay current, and avoid allowing financial pressure to force you to settle your valuable case too soon for too little compensation.

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