Rain May Have Been a Factor in Fatal Michigan Auto Accident
Family members who lost a loved one in a recent Michigan auto accident should seek legal advice as soon as possible to preserve evidence during the investigation and determine their rights to seek compensation for damages including funeral and burial expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and loss of consortium. After filing a lawsuit, the families may be interested in lawsuit funding to ease financial worries and avoid the pressure to accept a low-ball settlement offer.
The tragic accident occurred when a Chevy pick-up truck heading northbound suddenly crossed the median into the southbound lane hitting a van head-on. Although it had been raining intermittently throughout the day, it is unclear if weather was a factor; an investigation is ongoing. The driver and one passenger in the truck and the driver in the van were killed.
Despite the weather conditions, Mother Nature cannot be exclusively to blame. Was the driver speeding or distracted? Collecting evidence is just one step in receiving compensation for injuries or loss. Preserving evidence helps build a case and increases the chance of receiving compensation deserved. Once a lawsuit is file, plaintiffs who suffer financially, can seek help from a litigation funding expert.
Lawsuit Financial has been helping innocent victims for over 13 years. Lawsuit funding, a non-recourse cash advance is a great option for a family wondering how they will make ends meet financially or to simply pay additional expenses associated with the accident. Pre-settlement funding helps victims deal with unexpected bills – funeral and burial expenses, as well as other pressing financial business, like the mortgage and car payments. With lawsuit funding, plaintiffs no longer need to wait for a settlement to be reached before paying bills. The application process is quick and easy; there are no credit checks, no employment verification, no application fees, and no monthly payments. If approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Once the financial worries are contained, the plaintiff can wait for a fair and equitable settlement. Call us toll free - 877-377-7848, or visit us online.