Posted On: October 26, 2010 by Mark Bello of Lawsuit Financial Corp.

Fort Lauderdale Pedestrian Hit and Seriously Injured By Car

A pedestrian was crossing a boulevard in Fort Lauderdale when he was hit by a car. The EMS crews took the badly hurt pedestrian to hospital with life threatening injuries. This was considered to be a traffic homicide case and charges were pending against the driver until a complete investigation was concluded.

Hopefully, this pedestrian will recover; when he does, he would be wise to speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer. With these types of serious injuries, the victim may be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, wage loss and pain and suffering. Even if the driver is criminally convicted, the victim may pursue a civil lawsuit.

After retaining an attorney and pursuing a personal injury lawsuit, this seriously injured pedestrian may wish want to investigate the possibility of obtaining a lawsuit cash advance. This is a service that provides an accident victim with cash now, in advance of his settlement or verdict in his case. It is easy to apply for lawsuit funding; accident victims may do so online or by placing a toll free call to an experienced litigation funding company. With cooperation from a victim's attorney, cash is in an applicant's hands within 24-48 hours.

Pay important bills and expenses; pay mortgage or rent payments, car payments, food bills, tuition. With financial pressure removed, patiently wait for te case to resolve; listen to the professional and helpful advice of an experienced attorney. Do not settle a valuable case for pennies on the dollar. Legal finance services are designed to prevent victims from doing exactly that.

There are no fees to apply for pre-settlement funding, no upfront fees of any kind. There is no credit check, no monthly payments, no requirement to be employed. Lawsuit financing companies are looking only at the quality and potential success of the victim's personal injury case. And, if you lose the case, you keep the money, free of charge. Try getting those terms from a bank!