Posted On: April 7, 2011 by Mark Bello of Lawsuit Financial Corp.

Speeding Has Become A Way of Life….and Death!

A woman and her three grandchildren were seriously injured and her husband killed when the driver of a Hyundai slammed into their Mazda minivan. The woman driving the Hyundai exited an off-ramp of the highway at an estimated speed of 50 mph, made an unsafe turn, and struck the median and collided with the Mazda causing it to overturn.

A lawsuit was recently filed alleging that the driver of the Hyundai was negligent in the operation of her vehicle, primarily failing to drive at a reasonable speed when she attempted a right. She was also driving in excess of the posted speed limit. The lawsuit seeks damages for wrongful death, past and future pain and suffering, disability, emotional and mental stress and worry, medical expenses, and other care for the personal injuries sustained by the injured victims.

Speeding has just become a part of driving for motorists. Some drivers see to think that the speed limits are merely suggestions; they don’t think twice about driving 5 – 15 mph above the posted speed limit. As in this case, a speeding driver may not have time to a react suddenly, causing a serious or fatal accident. Speeding not only increases the likelihood of an accident, it usually results in more serious injuries.

Thousands of people are injured every year in accidents that involve a speeding driver. If you were injured or someone you loved died in an auto accident due to a speeding driver, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the negligent driver. Auto accident attorneys commit to fight on your behalf to bring the offending driver to justice. Sometimes the physical, emotional, and financial hardship can be overwhelming. You may be faced with mounting medical bills, funeral expenses, lost wages, emotional trauma, car repairs, and pain and suffering. You do not have to face this burden alone. Lawsuit Financial is dedicated to helping plaintiffs fight for fair compensation and justice by offering a non-recourse cash advance against your pending lawsuit. Lawsuit funding can give you the financial support needed as you and your attorney seek the compensation you deserve.