Alcohol and Speed Claims the Life of a Child and Paralyzing Another
A family vacation to Georgia turned deadly at the hands of a teen who was driving under the influence of alcohol. The 16-year-old male was speeding in a Dodge pick-up truck when it slammed into the back of a van stopped at a traffic light, pushing the van into another vehicle. The accident took the life of a 6-year-old girl and paralyzed her 3-year-old brother from the neck down. The boy remains in intensive care with a tracheotomy and will likely need treatment the rest of his life. Her parents and three other siblings suffered serious injuries. The accident remains under investigation. Lawsuit Financial sincerely hopes that the investigation will answer all currently unanswered questions.
Alcohol-related auto accidents are a serious, and preventable, problem in the United States. When a driver impaired by drugs or alcohol makes the decision to get behind the wheel, he puts himself and others at risk. The power and sheer force of a speeding vehicle is a dangerous weapon that could forever change your life.
In cases like this, lawsuits are, typically, the way to compensate the victims and punish the perpetrator. This entire family is struggling emotionally and physically. They are also faced with substantial present and future financial obligations – funeral expenses, significant medical bills, and possibly therapy depending on the extent and duration of injuries, especially for the paralyzed little boy. Since cases like this have a tendency to take a long time to resolve, additional expenses as well as the disruption of work life can take a substantial financial toll on a family. Therefore, the family may wish to investigate the possibility of obtaining lawsuit cash advance from an experienced provider of lawsuit funding services.
Legal finance services can be a life preserver in desperate financial time. While waiting to obtain justice, litigation funding would allow them to pay medical bills and other important expenses. The application process is quick and easy. If approved, cash can often be available within 24 - 48 hours. That is one of the reasons why it's called "fast cash". If you or someone you love has been seriously injured in an automobile accident caused by a drunk driver, Lawsuit Financial may be able to provide assistance. Call us at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) or visit us online for a free, no-obligation consultation.