September 2, 2014

When to Consider Applying For Litigation Funding

As the victim of an auto accident, you may be in for a long and bumpy ride ahead. Filing a lawsuit and reaching a fair settlement can take months, even years. Often, the losses will extend to your finances especially if your physical injuries mean you are unable to return to work. When the bills begin to pile up, your credit standing is at risk, and you have no means of financial support such as family or friends or built up savings, you may be tempted to settle for the first offer from the defendant. This is where litigation funding can help.

Litigation funding works by providing you with cash you need at a difficult time – that is, before you are able to settle your lawsuit. It is like a “lawsuit loan”, however, you don’t need to show your credit history or your employment records. Rather, funding is based on the strength of your case. Another advantage of a lawsuit cash advance is that it allows your attorney to build a strong case and negotiate for a much larger settlement. Because funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, you only need to pay back the money when your lawsuit is settled. If your case is lost, you don’t need to pay anything back.

When the creditors are calling and knocking on your door, don’t give up. Consider litigation funding with peace of mind, knowing you can continue your lawsuit from a position of strength. At Lawsuit Financial, our experienced underwriters examine and review your case as soon as we receive your application and supporting case documentation. With our quick review and approval process, you can start paying outstanding bills in as little as 24 hours. There is no need for credit checks or employment verification; there are no upfront fees or monthly payments. The cash advance can be spent anyway you see fit, but is usually used to help cover medical bills and household expenses.

For these reasons, and many more, Lawsuit Financial is the preferred litigation funding company by most attorneys nationwide. To obtain more information or access your road to financial freedom, click here or calling our office toll free at 1-877-377-7848. We look forward to assisting you with all your legal financial needs.

August 26, 2014

Why Applicants May Be Denied Lawsuit Funding

The concept of lawsuit funding was created to provide relief to pending litigants who, through no fault of their own, need immediate cash but do not qualify for traditional loan products. For some, these emergency funds make the difference between keeping or losing their home and putting food on the table. It can also provide financial leverage needed to achieve a much higher settlement or verdict.

Despite the popularity of lawsuit funding in recent years, not every plaintiff is a viable candidate. In fact, a most common question among applicants is “Why was I denied?”

Here are some of the main reasons you may be denied a lawsuit cash advance.

You do not have an attorney: When providing a lawsuit cash advance, a legal finance company is investing in your lawsuit. Case documentation from the attorney helps the funding company determine the strength of the case. Without documentation, the underwriters can not make that determination. Additionally, the attorney is responsible for repaying the funding company from the proceeds of the settlement.

You have an attorney: Although you have an attorney, you may still be denied funding if your attorney is not working on a contingency basis or if your attorney refuses to provide case documentation needed by the funding company.

Your case is too new: Funding decisions are based in part on supporting case documentation – accident reports, medical records, test results which may take time to obtain.

You have no equity in the case. Equity is the value of the lawsuit once all of the fees, liens, and any expenses have been taken out of the settlement you should win. If the funding company feels you have no equity, chances are they will not be repaid the cash advance plus a profit.

Your case is not strong enough. The funding company accepts all the risk when approving a lawsuit cash advance. If the plaintiff loses the case, the funding company loses; the repayment is completely waived. Therefore, after reviewing case documentation if the funding company does not feel the case is strong enough for the risk it would take, the application will be denied.

Your case is strong enough: Even strong cases can be denied if there is a strong probability that the funding company will not be repaid. This can happen despite winning your case if the defendant does not have the money to pay the settlement.
You have a type of case we don't fund: Generally, cases that are eligible for funding are personal injury, medical malpractice, and wrongful death. Workers’ compensation cases are funded on a limited basis.

Lawsuit Financial understands that waiting for a settlement can be financially devastating especially if you are unable to return to work. That is why we do everything possible to help as many plaintiffs as possible. As an industry leader with over 15 years’ experience, simply providing a lawsuit cash advance to a client is not our only responsibility. Our top priority is to do what is best for the client, the attorney, and the case, regardless of whether we turn a profit. Whether your case qualifies for lawsuit funding or not, we can provide direction and knowledge to help you get back on your feet during the litigation process, as well as ensure that you are taking the right steps for your future and security. Our FREE Client Resource Center (CRC), helps clients find local and national assistance options, provide money saving and budgeting tips, and minimize their financial burdens not only during their pending claim, but beyond case settlement. To discuss your case and funding needs, visit us online or call one of our funding specialists or CRC counselors toll-free at 1-877-377-7848.

August 26, 2014

Lawsuit Funding: When a Wrongful Death Causes Substantial Unexpected Financial Problems for Family Members

The family of a 23-year-old woman may have the right to file a lawsuit for the wrongful death of their loved one after a fatal auto accident on the 405 freeway in San Diego. According to police, the woman was killed when the driver of a Nissan pick-up truck broadsided her Kia Optima after fleeing another accident. The pick-up truck driver attempted to flee on foot, but was apprehended by police. He and a passenger in the Kia were treated at a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries. The accident is still under investigation, but police believe alcohol played a role.

After filing a wrongful death lawsuit, if the family is struggling to make ends meet until a settlement is reached, they many wish to consider lawsuit funding. With lawsuit funding, they can obtain a cash advance against their future settlement; then repay the advance once the case successfully settles. With the bills paid, they family will have one less thing to worry about; they can focus on their case and getting their life back to normal.

The application is quick and easy. Lawsuit Financial will invest in the lawsuit solely based on the merits of the case so there is no need for credit check or employment verification; there are no application fees or monthly payment. The only time a payment is made is once the case successfully settles. In the most unfortunate event that the case is lost, there is no obligation to repay the cash advance; the funding company accepts all the risk.

Upon receiving an application, the lawsuit funding company will contact the plaintiff’s attorney for case documentation. After review, if the application is approved, funds can be available in as little as 24 hours. The plaintiff can immediately use the funds to pay the mortgage, rent, tuition, utilities, medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, and fill in other gaps left behind by lost wages; anything the plaintiff wishes.

If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of someone else, have filed a wrongful death lawsuit, and need cash prior to receiving a settlement, secure a lawsuit cash advance against your pending claim by applying online or calling 1-877-377-7848

August 25, 2014

Pre-Settlement Funding: A Simple Process That Could Save You Financially

Settling your personal injury lawsuit can take a long time. What happens when you are unable to work and the bills continue to pile up; when you are facing foreclosure or repossession of your car? Faced with no other option to pay the bills, many desperate plaintiffs will ask their attorney to settle their case despite a low offer. Knowing this is not in a plaintiffs’ best interest, an attorney will often suggest pre-settlement funding.

Lawsuit Financial, a leader in the legal funding industry, can help fill a financial need when your pending claim will take months, even years to settle. Unlike a traditional bank loan, pre-settlement funding requires no credit check, no employment verification, and no monthly payments because qualifying is based completely on the strength of the case. Furthermore, a lawsuit cash advance is provided risk-free. If approved for funding, repayment is made from the proceeds of the settlement. If there is no recovery, repayment of the cash advance is completely waived.

At Lawsuit Financial, we make the process as easy as possible with our simple, one-page application. Once received, we will contact your attorney for case documentation; we can typically make a funding decision within 24 – 48 hours.

Don’t settle your case because of financial pressures. Let Lawsuit Financial help you pay the bills and get the value you deserve from your pending lawsuit. Visit us online or call our office to get started. Our experienced funding professionals are here to guide you through the process.

August 22, 2014

Drunk Drivers Forever Change the Lives of Families

If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a drunk driving auto accident, are represented by an attorney, and experiencing financial hardship, you may be eligible for lawsuit funding. If you qualify, Lawsuit Financial, a leader in the legal funding industry, may be able to provide a lawsuit cash advance within in 24 - 48 hours..

The families of two 17-year-old teens killed in an auto accident in December 2012 have filed lawsuits against the driver accused of causing the accident. The lawsuits allege that the man was driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs when the accident occurred. The suit names the driver’s mother alleging "negligence, recklessness and conscious disregard" because she knew about her son’s lengthy record of speeding tickets and accidents, yet still let him drive her vehicle.

Additional defendants are a Koto Japanese Restaurant, waiter, and bartender alleging that the man was already visibly intoxicated when he was served three double gin and tonics within the hour and that the accident occurred minutes after he left the restaurant.

Under the Dram Shop Act, a vast majority of states allow victims of drunk driving accidents (or their families) to hold restaurants and bars accountable for serious injuries or death caused by an intoxicated patron if the establishment knew, or should have known, the customer was intoxicated — a fuzzy test in application. These laws exist to ensure the public safety by making sure that alcohol-serving establishments are liable in their involvement with customers and their sale of alcohol. When these businesses are driven by profits and neglect to oversee their patron’s alcohol consumption, they can be held partially responsible for the negligence of the patron’s drunk driving accident.

Both families have stated the lawsuits are not about the money, but accountability. They plan to donate whatever settlement is reached to a fund set up in honor of their children to benefit others. Their attorneys do not expect a jury trial earlier than 18 months.

Reports confirm that at the time of the accident, the negligent driver was travelling at roughly 80 mph and had 8.4 nanograms/milliliter of active byproduct of marijuana THC in his blood stream, an extremely high quantity. Witnesses to the accident told police that the man never applied his brakes before impact. In September 2013, the 24-year-old man admitted he was drunk, speeding and text-messaging when he smashed his Ford Explorer carrying the two deceased teens and two other teenagers who were seriously injured and also filed lawsuits.

By the time these families are able to see the settlement of their lawsuits, they may have medical bills, funeral expenses, and other bills piled up. At this difficult time, they may need financial assistance until their case settles. Lawsuit funding is a means of obtaining fast cash when plaintiffs have no where else to turn. With a lawsuit cash advance, they can have peace of mind that comes from the assurance that the bills are paid and daily needs are met.

Lawsuit Financial is a reputable legal finance company. We help victims regain control of their lives and their finances while their attorney focuses on strengthening their case to obtain the compensation justly deserved. Since lawsuit funding is based on the merit of the case, credit and employment are irrelevant. There are no upfront fees or monthly payments, and the cash advance is only repaid if, and when the case successfully settles.

It is easy to apply for lawsuit funding either online or by phone. If approved, the cash advance can be available in as little as 24 hours. If you have been in a drunk driving auto accident and experiencing financial hardship, contact Lawsuit Financial for a “staying power” advantage, so you can fight for justice and the compensation you deserve.

August 14, 2014

When your Insurance Company Looks for the Cheapest Way Out, Lawsuit Funding can Keep your Case Strong

You or a family member has been injured in an auto accident as a result of someone else’s negligence. You expect your insurance company to be there in your time of need, right? After all, you have paid your premiums for years and your agent has always said your insurance carrier will always be “on your side.” Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case.

By denying claims, an insurance company keeps more money in its own already deep pockets. They know any delays can be financially devastating to you; imagine suffering debilitating injuries, unable to work, and no other source of income. When you’re drowning in debt and dealing with injuries any financial offer is very tempting. But, is it in your best interest?

When you have suffered any injury, you almost always will be entitled to far more for your pain and suffering and your medical benefits than what the insurance company will initially offer. Determining the value of an auto accident case goes far beyond a simple, and early, calculation. No matter how financially desperate you may feel, never sign away your rights without talking to an experienced personal injury attorney who can help you understand your rights and protect your “from your not so good neighbors.” Once you have hired an attorney and filed a personal injury lawsuit, if the financial burden of medical bills, other expenses, and lost wages is too much to bear, a lawsuit cash advance can help keep your case alive and strong in your time of need.

Lawsuit funding is a service that has helped many victims toward a full settlement they deserved; it may be the answer for you. A lawsuit cash advance enables you to pay normal household bills, medical costs, and other expenses. Instead of worrying about financial problems, you can recuperate from injuries and concentrate on winning your case. There are no up-front costs of out of pocket expenses with lawsuit funding; repayment is made if and when you win your lawsuit. Should you fail to win, you owe absolutely nothing.

Here is how it works. Complete an online application or call our office. We only require information related to your lawsuit; there is not need for a credit check or employment history. Once we received documentation from your attorney, we will review the merits of the case; if approved, you will generally have the money you need in 24 – 48 hours. When your insurance company is not “on your side”, Lawsuit Financial is. Contact us today; be financial strong tomorrow.

August 12, 2014

Eliminate the Worry of Losing Your Home and How to Pay Mounting Bills

An auto accident left four injured, one serious, after a trailer became detached from a Ford pick-up truck in Clearwater, Florida. According to witnesses, once disconnected the trailer went airborne before slamming into the side of a minivan. Several other vehicles were damaged as they attempted to avoid the trailer. The accident occurred during rush hour traffic.

The driver of the pick-up truck was cited by police for careless driving. He may also be held liable in civil court for the victims’ medical expenses, time of work, and other damages resulting from the accident.

Medical expenses, lost wages, and daily living expenses may create an overwhelming financial burden. After filing a personal injury lawsuit, if the victims could benefit from financial assistance, pre-settlement lawsuit funding may help meet this need, quickly and effectively.

A cash advance from Lawsuit Financial enables plaintiffs to receive the money necessary to pay expenses immediately, rather than waiting months or even years for a settlement to be reached. An advantage of pre-settlement funding is that approval is based solely on the strength of the case so there is no need for credit check or employment verification. Best of all, repayment is only made once the plaintiff wins the case. If the plaintiff loses, there is absolutely no repayment of any kind.

If you have filed a lawsuit, are represented by an attorney, and awaiting the trial or settlement of your case or payment of your settlement or award, you can apply for pre-settlement lawsuit funding. After receiving a funding application, Lawsuit Financial will work with your attorney and review case documentation. In as little as 48 hours or less, we can approve funding requests and wire cash directly into your bank account. Why wait? Take the first step in getting your lawsuit cash advance by completing our quick and easy funding application or by calling us toll-free at 1-877-377-7848.

August 11, 2014

How Will You Pay the Bills during the Duration of Your Lawsuit?

If you are in an accident due to the negligence of another driver, you can file a lawsuit against the wrongdoer. Unfortunately, it is never an easy process. You will most likely being dealing with the deep pockets of insurance companies and corporations who try to extend the lawsuit and drag it out as part of their strategy. It is their hope that you will bow out due to financial burdens while waiting for a fair settlement or verdict. When in need of fast cash to survive and stay financially healthy during a long litigation process, it may behoove you to seek lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is an excellent financial solution to pay those mounting bills during your pending claim. A lawsuit cash advance is risk-free funding; you are not required to repay the cash advance until the case settles and if you lose your case, you owe absolutely nothing.

To be eligible for funding, you must have a pending lawsuit, be represented by an attorney, and have a case with merit; that’s all, no credit checks, no collateral, and no employment checks. Once an application and case documentation are received, our underwriters will review the case for funding. If approved, funds can be provided within 24 – 48 hours.

Avoid financial ruin and pressures to settle for less compensation than you deserve. Call Lawsuit Financial to learn how we can help get you emergency cash so you can stay the course and see your case through to a final verdict or settlement. If you are ready to apply, simply click here to complete our easy, one-page application.

August 7, 2014

Never Be Forced to Accept a Low Settlement Offer

A male driver and two children were killed after being trapped in their Toyota Corolla that was rear-ended and burst into flames on a California roadway. Another man and child were rescued and rushed to the hospital in serious condition. All five individuals in the Toyota were wearing seat belts at the time of the accident. The driver of the 2013 Model S Tesla that hit the Corolla suffered minor injuries. A preliminary investigation suggests that alcohol and drugs were not factors in the accident. Investigators are seeking anyone who may have witnessed the accident.

Was the driver speeding or distracted? Was there a mechanical failure or defect? While all the details of this fatal auto accident won’t be known until the investigation is complete, Tesla has been under scrutiny since vehicle fires allegedly resulted from “spontaneous ignitions of batteries” and another attributed to “failure of equipment or heat source.” No matter how this investigation concludes, the family of the victims should seek legal advice from an experienced attorney as soon as possible. A personal injury attorney will help determine if the auto manufacturer was responsible for a defective part, and/or if the accident was due to drive negligence.

Auto accident victims have a number of entitled benefits, which can be lost without the representation of an experienced personal injury attorney. Cases like this take a long time to settle causing immediate and long-term financial problems for victims and families. Lawsuit funding can put victims back in the driver’s seat. With a lawsuit cash advance, they can pay medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, and ongoing monthly bills during the litigation process.

It is free and easy to apply for a lawsuit funding online or by phone. There are also no monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verification. If approved, the lawsuit cash advance would arrive within 24-48 hours by check or by wire. Repayment is contingent upon the outcome of the case; if the case is lost, the lawsuit cash advance is waived in its entirety. That is correct; the plaintiff would owe nothing.

If you are in a pending lawsuit and struggling to make ends meet, lawsuit funding can mean the difference between settling for less too early and waiting for a fair judgment later. Call us today if you have any funding questions. We offer free, no-obligation consultations.

August 5, 2014

Informed Decisions Come From Knowing the Facts

Facts You Know After an Auto Accident
•You were injured and are unable to work.
•Your attorney has been diligently working to settle your case for the compensation you
deserve.
•You are facing foreclosure.
•The medical bills keep coming in.
•You can barely putting food on the table.
•You have depleted your savings and the bank refuses to give you a loan.
•Your case may not settle for at least six months.

A personal injury plaintiff struggling to pay the bills while waiting for his/her lawsuit to wind through the courts is nothing new. Even when a case successfully settles, a plaintiff may continue to wait for compensation, especially during an appeal process. But, what can s/he do to avoid a less-than-favorable settlement?

Facts You May Not Know After Filing an Auto Accident Lawsuit
•You may qualify for auto accident lawsuit funding.
•There is no application fee.
•You don’t need good credit or a job to be approved.
•If approved, you could pay your bills within 24 – 48 hours.
•There are no monthly payments; you only pay once the case settles.
•If you lose your case, you pay nothing.

Strategic and timely placed lawsuit funding may be the only way to stay financially afloat. If you are in a financial bind and need fast cash while waiting for your case to wind through the courts, complete our online application. Once you apply, we will contact your attorney for case documentation. Our underwriters will review the strength of your case, and if approved, draft a contract for execution. When the contract is fully executed, we can wire the funds directly into your account. Funding can be used at your discretion, but is typically used to pay the mortgage, rent, tuition, medical bills, and daily household expenses. It is important to note that lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, meaning that if you lose your case, you have no obligation to repay the cash advance.

Now that you have the facts, if you need financial support during your pending lawsuit, click here or call Lawsuit Financial toll-free at 877-377-7848.

August 4, 2014

Slip and Fall Lawsuit Funding Can Help Ease the Wait

Property owners and businesses may be held liable for personal injuries that occur on their premises and every year millions of dollars are awarded to victims of slip and fall accidents. Of course, slip & fall lawsuits may take years before a settlement is reached. When a victim is unable to work, but the bills keeping coming in, the ability to wait for just compensation may not be an option. Pre-settlement lawsuit funding can help bridge the gap while the case winds through the litigation process.

A shopper who fractured her hip in a supermarket a slip and fall accident was awarded $1.1 million in her personal injury lawsuit. The plaintiff alleged that she fell on an unidentified liquid because the grocer failed to adequately inspect and maintain the premises. As a result of the fall, the woman underwent reconstructive surgery an ultimately needed a full hip replacement.

Although this plaintiff successfully settled, justice took four years. Pre-settlement funding may have been a great strategic move to help her gain financial control until the case settled. No only can lawsuit funding help pay the bills, but it comes with no risk because the plaintiff only repays the funding if, and when, the case settles. If the plaintiff loses the case, there is no obligation to pay it back. Additionally, there no credit checks, employment verification, or monthly payments; funding is awarded base only on the merits of the case.

If you have suffered a personal injury due to the negligence of another person or business, you should not have to wait or settle for less than you deserve. Contact Lawsuit Financial; are services have been a valuable asset to hundreds of plaintiffs and we may be able to help you, too. With our quick and easy application process, you could have the cash you need in as little as 24 hours. Remember, pre-settlement funding is provided risk-free; if your case is not successful, you owe us nothing.

July 29, 2014

Plaintiffs Can Survive Back-To-School Expenses

When you are seriously injured in an auto accident, in addition to your regular monthly expenses such as rent, food, gas, and utilities, there will be medical expenses and other related expenses. Contacting an experienced auto accident attorney and filing a lawsuit can compensate you for your losses, but that could take months, even years. If injuries have left you unable to work, lack of income can bite you in the…budget. The good news is – you do not have to accept a low settlement offer, nor do you have to risk your credit. Contact Lawsuit Financial first; we may be able to provide lawsuit funding during your time of need.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance against a pending claim. The only criteria to be approved are 1. you must be represented by an attorney and 2. you must have a meritorious case. At Lawsuit Financial, we do not require an application fee or monthly payments, nor do we need a credit check or employment history. Furthermore, there is no risk to the plaintiff. Repayment is made once the case settles, but if the plaintiff loses, the repayment is completely waived.

Don’t let the bills jeopardize your credit and don’t forget back-to-school costs when assessing your budget. Here are a few often overlooked expenses at this time of year.

Back-to-School Supplies. This includes not pencils, pens, backpacks, but also books and new school clothes or uniforms.

Gas/Auto Maintenance. If you drive your kids to school, higher fuel bills will kick in, not to mention additional wear and tear on your vehicle.

Vaccinations/ Physical Exam. Most schools require kids to be up-to-date on shots. Physicals are usually required as well, especially for anyone playing a sport.

Sports/Activity Fees. Extracurricular activities are rarely free. You may need to purchase or rent music instruments or band uniforms, or sports uniform, shoes, and gear. There may be a participation fee.

Lunch Money. Unless your kids take their lunch to school, you will need money for their meal plan.

Before/After School Care. If you are able to return to work or disabled and need help taking care of your kids, you may need additional funds for childcare.

When that unexpected tragedy happens call an experienced attorney and before the bills pile up, call Lawsuit Financial. With our legal finance services, the litigation process will be much less stressful. Additionally, through our Client Resource Center we can help with budgeting tips and steps to take to ensure your future financial security. Call us for a free, no-obligation consultation today. You could be on your way to financial stability tomorrow.

July 28, 2014

Oregon Department of Transportation Under Investigation Following Two Separate Construction Worker Fatalities

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) is under investigation following two separate incidents in which construction workers were killed on the job. In the first incident, a 54-year-old man working on a paving project was killed when a dump truck backed up and ran over him. The second fatality involved a 64-year-old man who was installing rumble strips at a different paving project; he was run over by a pick-up truck. In both cases, another employee was behind the wheel.

As part of the investigation, OSHA will be looking into supervision, safety protocols, and training of workers. If the ODOT is found negligent, it could face penalties.

Immediately after the death of a loved one, a lawsuit is the furthest thing from the minds of family members. No lawsuit can bring the loved one back, but it is important to consult a wrongful death attorney to determine if the death was linked to negligence and if the family has a right to compensation.

Tragedies like often times have a financial impact especially if the family's principal means of support is gone. These families may experience significant financial problems, not only from lack of income to pay regular bills and expenses, but, also from funeral and burial expenses. Once a lawsuit has been filed, they may be able to take advantage of litigation funding, a lawsuit cash advance that would help them pay medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, house and car payments, tuition, and daily living expenses until their case settles.

Litigation funding is often the only means for a plaintiff to continue their case and get the settlement rightfully deserved. With important financial obligations satisfied, a plaintiff can wait for a fair resolution of the case. Qualifying is relatively easy; eligibility is based strictly on the merits of your case. At Lawsuit Financial, plaintiffs can expect:

1.Approval within 24 – 48 hours of receiving an application and necessary case documentation
2.No application fee, closing costs, monthly payments, or other hidden fees
3.No credit check or employment verification
4.Hassle-free online application process
5.Repayment only when you settle your case
6.No-risk; if you lose your case, you owe us absolutely nothing

If you have lost a loved one while working on a construction site, have filed a wrongful death lawsuit, and suffering a financial hardship, litigation funding may be the answer. Call Lawsuit Financial for a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our experienced funding representatives or complete our online application to get started.

July 24, 2014

Bicyclist’s Wrongful Death may have been Due to Distracted Deputy

If you have lost a family member to a fatal auto-pedestrian accident, then you are not only trying to cope with the emotional pain of your tragic loss, but you may also need a way to handle the enormous financial impact. The losses suffered by a wrongful death are not just emotional but monetary. Lost earnings and pain and suffering are recoverable in court. So are funeral expenses, medical costs, the loss of a pension and the loss of companionship and care. Seeking compensation can take a long time; contacting a litigation funding company may be one of the most important decision you make in remaining financially stable until the case settles.

The family of bicyclist and prominent entertainment attorney who was killed in an auto-pedestrian accident with a deputy’s patrol car has filed a wrongful death. The suit alleges negligence on the part of the deputy and Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The family is seeking general damages in excess of $50,000, unspecified economic damages and reimbursement for costs related to Olin’s death and the lawsuit. The family has yet to receive a copy of the accident report.

Milton Olin, Jr. was riding his bike eastbound in a dedicated bike lane when he was struck by the deputy’s Ford Crown Victoria patrol car also travelling eastbound. According to reports, the deputy failed to negotiate a left curve in the roadway and entered the bike lane. A witness said the deputy did not brake before hitting Olin, whose body flew into the air and over the patrol car. The accident happened on December 8, 2013. Olin was pronounced dead at the scene. The deputy suffered minor injuries

According to a search warrant affidavit obtained by the Daily News, the deputy was texting from his personal phone shortly before the accident. It's not clear if he was texting at the exact moment he slammed into Olin, but records show he had sent more than 100 text messages since about 6:15 a.m. that morning, including six in the five minutes before the crash. State law that prohibits texting or making calls on handheld cell phones while driving does not apply to emergency services personnel “operating an authorized emergency vehicle … in the course and scope of his or her duties.” In addition, Sheriff’s Department policy prohibits the use of cell phones in a county-owned vehicle “absent extenuating circumstances.”

This cyclist-auto accident may be litigated over several months or years before being resolved. If the Olin family is in need of money prior to settling their case, they may be able to obtain a lawsuit cash advance against their case. With lawsuit funding, the family can pay the rent or mortgage, make car payments, pay funeral and burial expenses, or simply put food on the table. There is no need for credit or employment checks or monthly payments. The family would repay the cash advance only when the case successfully settles; if they lose their case, they would owe nothing. To apply, they would simply complete a one-page funding application, and if approved, funds would be available within 24 – 48 hours. It is really that easy!

If you have a viable personal injury or wrongful death case and are represented by an attorney, you may qualify for litigation funding. Contact Lawsuit Financial to see if we can help you get the money you need NOW!

July 21, 2014

When and How to Seek Nursing Home Negligence Lawsuit Funding

When elderly loved ones are no longer able to live on their own, many family members turn to an assisted living facility or nursing home. While many of these facilities provide excellent care, unfortunately there are others that do not. Some nursing homes are understaffed with underpaid and poorly trained employees; others may put profits over patients. Neglect or abuse often times results from the simple lack of interest by nursing home staff. Failure to provide residents with the basic needs is a form of neglect that can lead to more serious forms of illnesses, diseases and medical conditions. If a loved one suffered physical or emotional injuries because an assisted living facility or nursing home was negligent or failed to fulfill its care obligations, you may have grounds for a nursing home negligence case. Unfortunately, the litigation process is typically a financial and emotional roller coaster especially when money is tight and the bills keep coming. Rather than settling for less than deserved, plaintiffs can turn to lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advances that allows plaintiffs to receive a portion of your settlement up front, without risk, while the case is being resolved. The funds can be used for medical expenses, physical therapy, even to move the loved one to a new assisted living facility or nursing home. Once an application and case documentation are received, our underwriters will review the strength of the case. If approved for funding the cash advance can be available in as little as 24 hours.

Lawsuit funding is not a loan; personal credit and employment history are not factors in the decision process. Unlike a bank loan, there are not monthly payments; repayment is made once the case successfully settles. If the plaintiff does not win, the repayment is waived.

We have helped hundreds of people with lawsuit funding; we may be able to help you. If you have a viable lawsuit and are represented by an attorney, you are already pre-approved. Contact Lawsuit Financial online or call us toll free at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) to discuss your financial needs; we offer a no-obligation consultation.

July 15, 2014

Financial Security While Waiting for Your Medical Malpractice Settlement

When an injury occurs as a result of medical negligence, the costs can be exorbitant including medical bills, physical therapy, and long-term care, even funeral and burial expenses. It may also result in the loss of earnings. Bringing a medical malpractice suit holds doctors, hospitals, nurses, and other medical staff accountable, but these cases can take months or even years to settle. Often, claimants wading through piles of bills will rush to a settlement because they simply cannot wait out the legal process of medical malpractice cases. We offer another option – lawsuit funding.

A lawsuit cash advance is one way to mitigate against economic hardships. It can be the difference between keeping up with the bills or falling further and further behind. Even if a plaintiff is on the verge of getting evicted or having the family car repossessed, we can help.

If you have suffered serious injuries due to medical negligence or error, you may not only be entitled to compensation for damages, but you may be a candidate for medical malpractice lawsuit funding. Simply complete our online application or call us at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848). We will assess your case at no cost and explain your funding options. Approval is based on the strength of your case; no credit check or employment verification is required. The cash advance is at your discretion; use it for anything deemed fit. Additionally, there are no upfront fees, no monthly payments and no risk. Repayment is made from the proceeds of the case; if you don’t there is no obligation to repay the cash advance.

Contact Lawsuit Financial for your financial needs and receive the compensation you deserve.

July 8, 2014

Lawsuit Funding for Dental Negligence

A woman who was to have a tooth extracted not only left the dentist office without the tooth, but she also left unable to eat or talk properly. The dentist pierced her lingual nerve while he was administering freezing to numb the area. Now her tongue is permanently numb. This unfortunate woman qualified for lawsuit funding which allowed her to pay outstanding medical bills, handle medications, any further surgeries that were required.

A 22-year-old woman went to a dental clinic to have two teeth pulled, but the dentist mistakenly pulled all 16 upper teeth. Restoration surgery would be in excess of $80,000. The woman needed the surgery prior to settling her case, but did not have immediate cash on hand. Faced with surgery and other mounting bills, she had to decide whether to accept a low-ball offer from the insurance company. The plaintiff qualified for a lawsuit cash advance which enabled her to have her surgery, stay financially afloat, and await a fair settlement.

A man consulted his dentist for treatment of tooth pain. The dentist failed to recognize decay in a tooth which warranted prompt treatment. The failure to treat led to extraction of the tooth.
The man’s ability to work was severely limited, and just making enough money to get by was difficult. To help him financially until his lawsuit settled, he turned to lawsuit funding. The cash advance helped with the daily costs of living and mortgage payments.

When a victim of medical negligence, many people find that they simply do not have the financial assets needed to weather the storm without help. In each of these cases, Lawsuit Financial helped level the playing field by providing plaintiffs with a lawsuit cash advance to cover every day financial needs. The strategy behind lawsuit funding is that it allows plaintiffs, in a difficult financial situation, the time to wait for a just settlement rather than settling early to avoid further losses. This non-recourse cash advance requires no upfront fees or monthly payments. Furthermore, no money is repaid until the case successfully settles, and if the plaintiff loses, they keep the cash advance free and with no obligation.

If you believe that you are a victim of dental malpractice or dental care neglect, it is important to discuss your case and your rights with an experienced dental malpractice attorney. Lawsuit Financial has one of the nation's largest networks of attorneys available for referral. If you need a referral to a legal specialist in any legal field, call us today, at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) and talk to one of our legal referral specialists. Or, visit the referral page of our website.

Once a lawsuit is filed, if you need financial assistance, you may wish to seek lawsuit funding. All that is needed to be considered for funding is to complete a one-page application online or over the phone. Next, case documentation is obtained from your attorney. Then, the case is reviewed, and if approved, a contract prepared and signed. Funding will be available for use within 24 – 48 hours of approval.

We can’t undo the negligence; we can’t rewind the clock so that it never happened. What we can do is help you to survive the financial turmoil that was caused until a settlement is reached. Don’t let a negative financial picture force you to settle for less than you deserve. Contact the legal funding experts at Lawsuit Financial. It is clearly something to consider if you find yourself considering an inadequate settlement offer just because of serious financial need.

July 7, 2014

Lawsuit Financial On Board to Help Auto Accident Victims

An auto accident lawsuit begins by hiring the right attorney. The process of collecting evidence and trying to get your life back to normal will begin. Some lawsuits take months, even years to resolve. Everyday expenses do not stop because you or a loved one has been catastrophically injured or killed in an auto accident. For many families, auto accident lawsuit funding is not just a good option; it is the only option.

The driver of a Jeep Liberty lost control, veered off the roadway into a grassy area before hitting a tree. A 39-year-old passenger died at the scene. Investigators do not know at this time if impairment is involved, but it does appear the vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed.

The family of the victim may file a wrongful death lawsuit alleging driver negligence. Once the case is filed, if they family does not have the financial ability to wait out the litigation process for a settlement, they may wish to seek financial assistance in the form of a non-recourse cash advance known as litigation funding. With a lawsuit cash advance, the family can pay funeral expenses, mortgage and auto payments, and everyday living expenses.

Litigation funding is not a “lawsuit loan.” There are not credit checks, employment verification, upfront fees or monthly payments, and it is not paid back, until the plaintiffs successfully settles. Should the plaintiff lose in court, the litigation funding company completely waives repayment of the cash advance. While funding is generally spent on immediate living expenses, medical bills or funeral expenses, it may be used in any way the plaintiff wishes. If the case qualifies, funding can be available within 24 hours.

If you have been seriously injured or lost a loved one in an auto accident, it is important to seek legal advice. An attorney who has experience in handling personal injury and wrongful death cases involving auto accidents can help you through this difficult time and make sure that you and your family receives the full compensation to which you are entitled. Once the lawsuit is filed, if you are searching for a cash advance, simply complete an online funding application or call our office to see if you qualify for litigation funding. Our experienced and professional lawsuit funding staff is waiting to answer your questions and help you understand the lawsuit finance process.

June 26, 2014

Pre-Settlement Funding is a Valuable Option for Auto Accident Victims

Although many auto accident injuries are minor and settle quickly, a large number involve serious injuries. Even if liability appears clear and injuries obvious, many cases proceed to litigation and trial. In these circumstances, the plaintiff’s attorney must fully investigate the case - interview witnesses, gather documents, and hire accident experts. Many injury victims cannot financially withstand a lengthy legal process, especially if out of work; mounting debt may force plaintiffs to accept an early settlement. A valuable option is pre-settlement lawsuit funding.

As the driver of a Toyota Camry entered a busy Chicago intersection, the vehicle was hit broadside by a Ford SUV. The impact pushed the Camry into a parked car, where it came to rest. What caused the driver of the SUV to run the red light is still under investigation, but police do not believe alcohol or speeding played a role. The driver of the Camry suffered a herniated disc and broken leg.

The Camry driver may want to consult a personal injury attorney to understand her rights to compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. During the wait for case resolution, she might incur significant medical expenses for surgery, therapy, and treatment. If paying the bills is a financial challenge, this woman may also want to inquire about obtaining pre-settlement funding.

By applying for and receiving lawsuit funding, the injured victim is able to get back on her feet, financially, even though the case has not resolved and even if she is unable to return to work or has poor credit. Unlike a bank loan, a lawsuit cash advance is based on the strength of the lawsuit, not employment or credit history. Once the legal finance company receives an application and case documentation, if approved, the plaintiff can have cash in hand within 24-48 hours. Pre-settlement lawsuit funding is provided at no-risk to the plaintiff; there are no hidden fees or monthly payments and repayment is only required when the case settles. If the plaintiff happens to lose, the cash advance is completely waived.

If you or someone you love has been injured in an auto accident due to the negligence of another, you can pursue litigation and request compensation for your injuries. You may also pursue a lawsuit cash advance. To apply, simply complete our pre-settlement funding online application or call us at 1-877-377-7848.

June 24, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Brought Financial Relief

Lawsuit funding can be a valuable tool for plaintiffs; if used correctly and strategically, it can be a revenue enhancement tool. One example to demonstrate this point is a case which we funded a few months ago.

A Michigan man who suffered a closed head injury in an auto accident was unable to work. He had missed several mortgage payments; the bank was threatening foreclosure. The medical bills and other expenses were also piling up. Simultaneously, the insurance company offered $325,000 on the case. With no other options, the victim wanted to accept the offer, but his attorney advised him that he should be able to obtain a much higher recovery if he was willing to wait out the process. He recommended lawsuit funding.

The man applied for funding with Lawsuit Financial. Once we received his application, we contacted his attorney for case documentation. Within 24 hours, the application was approved; $5,000 was wired directly into his bank account. He later received two more cash advances for a total of $7,500. Lawsuit Financial not only saved this man from losing his home, we were also a substantial reason why there was a $775,000 increase over the offer he almost accepted out of serious financial need.

If you are a plaintiff in a pending lawsuit and find yourself desperate to settle just to pay the bills, contact Lawsuit Financial. Our funding is based strictly on the strength of the case. There are no credit checks or employment verification; there are no upfront fees or monthly payments. Best of all, repayment of the lawsuit cash advance only occurs when your case successfully settles. If you lose, repayment is waived. Call today for a no-obligation consultation and to obtain answers to all your lawsuit financing questions. It could be worth $775,000 …or more!

June 23, 2014

After Filing Wrongful Death Lawsuit, Family May Qualify for Lawsuit Funding

Everyday expenses do not stop because you or a loved one has been catastrophically injured or killed in an auto accident. Lawsuit funding is a means to help supplement loss of income, pay medical expenses, funeral expenses, mortgage payments, and ordinary living expenses until a lawsuit settlement is reached.

When a man failed to negotiate a curve, his 1998 Dodge Ram pick-up truck rolled several times in a field. A passenger was ejected and trapped underneath the truck; he died of massive head and neck trauma. The driver escaped with minor injuries; he has been charged with aggravated driving under the influence causing a death.

The family of the deceased passenger may choose to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit, but cases like this can be very complex, quite often taking years to reach a settlement or verdict. Auto accident lawsuit funding may not be just a good option; it may be the only option.

A lawsuit cash advance is a welcome lifesaver for families in a tight financial situation during a pending claim. Although often referred to as a “lawsuit loan,” it is not like a bank loan. With lawsuit funding, there are no upfront fees, monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verification. Best of all, lawsuit funding is not paid back until the case successfully settles, and if the case is lost the repayment is waived.

The only requirements to qualify for funding are that the plaintiff be represented by an attorney and that the case has merit. Once an application is received, the funding company will request and review case documentation from the plaintiff’s attorney to determine funding eligibility. If approved, funds can be wired into the plaintiff’s bank account within 24 – 48 hours.

If you have been involved in an automobile accident and don't have the financial ability to wait out the litigation process, a lawsuit cash advance from Lawsuit Financial may be a viable solution for you. Simply complete our easy, online application or call 1-877-377-7848 now. Our experienced and professional lawsuit funding staff is waiting to answer your questions regarding our legal funding services.

About Us
Lawsuit Financial Corporation is a leader in the lawsuit funding industry and recognized by attorneys nationwide as a preferred choice for legal funding services. We are dedicated to securing lawsuit cash advances to plaintiffs based on case assessment only. Every case is thoroughly reviewed to ensure the highest probability of being funded. With a streamlined process, our professional staff works to ensure that each request for funding is processed quickly and efficiently, with funding available in as little as 24 hours. Lawsuit Financial prides itself on honest and exceptional customer service. Putting our clients, and their specific funding needs, first is our number one goal.

June 16, 2014

Easing Financial Burdens with Pre-Settlement Funding

A drunk driver ran a stop sign and slammed into my father’s car. The force of impact set my dad’s Taurus into a tree; he died instantly. The physical and emotional impact on the family was overwhelming. Within a few months, so was the financial impact. My mom was sitting on a stack of unpaid bills, including the mortgage, funeral expenses, and tuition bills for me and my brother. My dad was the only family income and the bank would not give us a loan. My mother did not work; dad’s job was the only source of income. Our attorney said the case would take at least another 6 months to settle, time we did not have. I remembered reading about a company that advanced money on personal injury lawsuits, so I asked our attorney if this service would be available to us. He suggested I call Lawsuit Financial.

The staff at Lawsuit Financial was extremely helpful. The process of obtaining pre-settlement funding was thoroughly explained to us before we even applied. Once we felt we had the information to make an informed decision, we applied for a $3,000 cash advance. Within two days, Lawsuit Financial wired to us a check, we paid all the outstanding bills and when our case settled four months later, Lawsuit Financial was repaid from the proceeds of the case.

It has still been a daily struggling trying to move forward without my dad, but we know that justice was served with the help of Lawsuit Financial.

Thank you for your compassion at a difficult time in our lives. ~ Douglas Reimer

Mr. Reimer’s story is not uncommon. Nothing is more stressful than coping with an avalanche of financial demands, especially during a long litigation process. While a case
winds its way through the courts, pre-settlement funding may be the only means for a plaintiff to stay afloat. With this lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs can pay the bills and put food on the table while giving their attorney time to negotiate a fairer settlement. The process is fast and simple! It costs nothing to apply and because there is no need for a credit check or employment verification, funding often available within 24-48 hours. Best of all, a lawsuit cash advance is risk-free; if you lose your case you keep the advance and owe us nothing.

Suffering injuries are the loss of a loved one is enough of a hardship; don’t succumb to a financial hardship as well. If you need help paying the bills until your case settles, consider pre-settlement funding. It may be the smartest strategic move to give you and your attorney time needed to obtain maximum results. Call or visit us online to apply or for a no obligation consultation.

June 12, 2014

When the Unthinkable Happens, Think Lawsuit Financial

You are a safe driver, right? Then, the unthinkable happens…

Thousands of people suffer from personal injuries each year; while you might think a serious injury could never happen to you or someone you love, it can. Far too often, auto accidents are caused speeding, driving under the influence, driving under fatigue, or multi-tasking (texting, talking on a cell phone, eating, etc.). Being injured can be financially devastating. Depending on the type and the severity of the injury, medical expenses may reach thousands of dollars or more, pain and suffering could last years, and some injuries may put a victim out of work, permanently. Rather than let financial difficulties prevent a plaintiff from waiting for the fairest result possible, pre-settlement lawsuit funding can help a victim manage his basic financial commitments - mortgage payments, auto payments, mortgage/rent, groceries, basic household needs - while waiting for case settlement.

With a lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs can get the cash they need now, without having to settle their case for peanuts. The goal of lawsuit funding is to help reduce the financial pressure a plaintiff might feel that would lead to settling a case too early, for too little. Here are a few advantages of pre-settlement funding:
•No application fee.
•No monthly payments.
•No credit checks
•No employment verification.
•Funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, meaning nothing is paid until the case successfully settles. If the case is lost, repayment is excused.
•Funding can typically be provided within 24-48 hours after approval.

Are you worried about financial issues resulting from your accident and injuries? Are you facing eviction or foreclosure? Are you unable to put food on the table, pay medical expenses or other necessities of life? Are you seriously considering settling your valuable case for too little? If you answered yes to most or all of these questions, you pre-qualify for lawsuit funding. Call Lawsuit Financial to learn if pre-settlement funding can be the difference between settling your case for inadequate compensation or hanging in there and receiving the settlement you deserve.

June 9, 2014

Wrongful Death Lawsuits are no Walk in the Park; Lawsuit Funding Can Help

The families of two 15-year-old girls, who were victims of a fatal August 2013 auto accident, have filed wrongful death lawsuits.

Based on witness statements, investigators allege that the driver of a pick-up truck was traveling at a high rate of speed and in reckless manner. As he approached a curve, the truck driver lost control of his vehicle, left the roadway, and swerved onto a bike-path where the two girls were walking. Both teens were pronounced dead at the scene. The truck driver was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Police said alcohol was a contributing factor; the man was approximately three times the legal limit at the time of the accident.

The lawsuit also names the truck driver’s former employer, alleging that the company arranged for alcohol to be served a golf tournament it hosted and assisted in serving alcohol to the man after he became clearly intoxicated. It is not uncommon for an injured victim or the family of a deceased loved one to experience a gap in their finances potentially creating a significant financial hardship.

Waiting for the settlement from a wrongful death lawsuit can take a long time and put a family in financial ruin. Fortunately, Lawsuit Financial has a means to help. We provide lawsuit funding, a cash advance against pending settlements. With lawsuit funding, a plaintiff can pay funeral and burial expenses as well as other financial obligations. It costs nothing to apply and funding often arrives within 24-48 hours by wire or check. There is no need to have a job and there is no credit checks required. Nothing is paid until the case successfully settles. Best of all, a lawsuit cash advance is risk-free; if you lose your case you keep the advance and owe us nothing.

Suffering the loss of a loved one is enough of a hardship; don’t succumb to a financial hardship as well. If you lost a loved one in an auto accident and are undergoing serious financial challenges while waiting for your settlement, contact Lawsuit Financial to apply or for a no obligation consultation. Our funding solutions may be the smart strategic move to give you and your attorney time needed to obtain maximum results.

June 5, 2014

Speed and Unsafe Railroad Crossing Result in Death of Four Teens

On June 3, 2012, as an 18-year-old driver of a Chevrolet Cavalier crossed railroad tracks, the vehicle went airborne and struck a ditch and a tree before flipping over. The driver and three passengers died. Investigators believe speed played a role in the accident; police estimated the driver was travelling at 69 mph. Police said drivers were known to use the crossing’s steep grade as a ramp to “jump” their vehicles. Since this fatal accident, the grade of the railroad crossing has been raised to prevent vehicles from going airborne, a flashing traffic light has been installed near the crash sit, and the speed limit has been reduced from 55 mph to 25 mph. The state spent approximately $450,000.

Families members of three of the deceased teens have filed a lawsuit against CSX Transportation, Medina and Lorain County Commissioners, Medina and Lorain County engineers, and Columbia Township and Liverpool Township trustees. The lawsuit states that the railroad, counties, and townships knew, or should have known, about the dangers of this crossing and fixed it before the accident. It alleges that CSX Railroad was negligent in failing to fulfill its “duty to maintain, repair, inspect and upgrade” the crossing and the counties and townships failed to maintain the roadway, berm, culvert and right of way at the crossing. The suit names both Medina and Lorain counties because the accident happened on the border. No suit has been filed against the driver’s estate.

Although the driver was speeding, the local governments can be held liable for failing to build maintain, repair, inspect, and upgrade the crossing, as well as making sure adequate signage was posted. Holding a government entity accountable for a road defect, not only compensates victims for damages, but allows the problem to become publicly known so that hopefully changes will be made and lives are saved.

Our hearts go out to all the families. Financial compensation cannot return their children; that kind of pain will never go away. Many of the comments regarding the lawsuit are heartless. Pursuing wrongful death litigation does not make the pursuer 'money hungry'. One cannot put a price tag on a child.

It is sometimes difficult to make ends meet when situations like this occur. All too often, plaintiffs will look to settle their case too soon and for too little because they are financially strapped. Lawsuit Financial understands that auto accident lawsuits can be hard fought and take months, even years to settle. We are a strategic lawsuit funding company that provides financial support to plaintiffs in need of immediate cash while awaiting a settlement or other case resolution. Legal finance services can be a life preserver in desperate financial times. The application process is easy; it’s also free. If the families qualify, cash can often be available in as little as 24 hours.

Call Lawsuit Financial at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) or visit our website to learn more. The call is free; the advice is priceless.

June 3, 2014

Lawsuit Financial Expands Its Services Offering More Options for Plaintiffs

“I am disabled after an auto accident. Although I had a strong case against the negligent driver, my lawsuit took over a year to settle. Being the sole breadwinner for my family of four, the finances became tight very quickly. My attorney suggested I consider lawsuit funding. After evaluating evaluated several legal funding companies, it was quickly apparent that Lawsuit Financial was for me. Lawsuit Financial offered a breadth of services that no other company could. One such service is their Client Resource Center which offered me free one-on-one assistance, locating local and national assistance programs and providing free money saving and budgeting tips that were not only beneficial during my pending claim but for life. I highly recommend Lawsuit Financial to anyone with a personal financial need during a pending lawsuit.” ~ John D

Lawsuit Financial has developed an excellent reputation among plaintiffs and attorneys for its honesty, care, and personal touch. As an industry leader, simply providing a lawsuit cash advance to a client is not our only responsibility. We take time with each client to understand their financial situation and offer the best solution to improve their financial picture during their pending claim, and beyond. Our first-of-its-kind, FREE Client Resource Center (CRC), provides direction and knowledge to our clients to help them “get back on their feet” and ensure they are taking the right steps for their financial future. A professional CRC representative will conduct a one-on-one consultation to determine steps our clients can take. We take clients beyond the obvious steps and get into the real issues by identifying bill assistance programs that can help with paying the rent, medical bills, utility bills, credit card bills, and more.

To learn more about Lawsuit Financial and our FREE Client Resource Center, visit us online or call one of our funding specialists or CRC counselor toll-free at 1-877-377-7848.

June 3, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Empowers Plaintiffs to Pursue Maximum Settlement Deserved

Every day, thousands of people are injured due to the negligence of someone else. A pending lawsuit can take months or even years to reach a settlement. Often times, the injured have medical expenses, lost wages, and find it hard to pay the monthly bills. The deep pocket defendants can buy time, but plaintiffs are not as lucky. Financial pressures have them considering accepting a low offer from the insurance company. Lawsuit funding can be the tool to give a plaintiff the financial staying power to wait for a higher settlement.

Lawsuit funding, commonly called “lawsuit loan”, is an emergency lawsuit cash advance that is designed to allow plaintiffs to get back on their feet financially, and carry them through until the case is resolved by a verdict or equitable settlement. Although plaintiffs have the right to use the cash advance any way they wish, it is typically used to pay important bills and expenses. With the important financial issues out of the way, plaintiffs have the time and money to let justice take its course, declining inadequate offers and waiting for a fair, proposed settlement.

The application process is easy – complete a one-page form and we do the rest. Case records, provided by the attorney, are received and reviewed to qualify you for case funding. If approved, a plaintiff’s financial stress can be reduced in as little as 24 hours. Because funding is based solely on the merits and potential outcome of the lawsuit, there is no need for credit checks or employment verification. Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance meaning the plaintiff only repays the cash advance if and when he/she wins his/her case. If the plaintiff loses their case, he/she keeps the advance with no further obligations to the funding company.

There is no reason for a plaintiff to settle for less than full case value. If you have been injured in an accident as the result of someone else’s negligence, you are pursuing a lawsuit with the assistance of an experienced personal injury attorney, and you need cash to pay your bills while your lawsuit is pending, lawsuit funding could make a real difference in the bottom line of your case. You owe it to yourself to check out the legal finance services provided by Lawsuit Financial.

June 2, 2014

Litigation Funding Comes to the Aid of Those Facing the Slow Wheels of Justice

Many people involved in an auto accident, at no fault of their own, face financial difficulty during a pending lawsuit. When injuries are serious, there is usually an additional financial hardship resulting from the loss of income. For innocent victims who are unaware of litigation funding, the financial pressures may force them to settle their case too soon for too little. Before that happens, plaintiffs should consult with an experienced lawsuit funding expert.

A legal funding company understands the financial situation facing plaintiffs and knows the lengths that insurance companies will go through to reach a less-than-favorable settlement offer. By obtaining a lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs can become more financially stable and their attorney will have more time to negotiate a higher settlement. Because litigation funding is on a non-recourse basis, there are no payments until the plaintiff settles or win the case. If the plaintiff loses, the repayment is waived in its entirety. Funding is approved solely on the merits of the case; there is no need for credit checks or employment verifications. All that is required is completion of a one-page application and case documentation from the plaintiffs' attorney. If approved, funds can be available within 24 - 48 hours.

If the victims are struggling to pay the bills whether directly associated with the auto accident - medical expenses, or resulting from financial hardship because of the accident - paying the mortgage while out of work due to injuries, don't let the slow wheels of justice force you to settle for less because the wheels of the creditors are spinning so fast. Lawsuit Financial may be able to provide litigation funding. Call or visit us online for a no obligation consultation or to apply.

June 2, 2014

Pre-Settlement Lawsuit Funding Can Take the Financial Pressure Off During A TBI Lawsuit

Are you waiting for a settlement from a brain injury lawsuit and in need of money now? If so, contact Lawsuit Financial to learn how pre-settlement lawsuit funding can help.

A 44-year-old man riding his bicycle was struck by a pick-up truck travelling 55 mph. The cyclist suffered multiple brain bleeds and a spinal fracture; he will require ongoing care for the remainder of his life. Although a jury awarded the victim $1.25 million, the case did not settle for nearly two years. During this time, the medical bills were piling up and the mortgage, auto payments, and child care expenses needed to be paid. His wife’s part-time job was not enough to sustain them until the settlement was reached.
Looking for options rather than settling too soon for too little, the plaintiff sought pre-settlement funding. With a lawsuit cash advance, he was able to cover expenses related to medical treatment, as well as daily living expenses so he could focus on recovering from his injuries without the stress of worrying about how the bills will be paid.

When bills mount, pre-settlement funding may bring much-needed relief. A pre-settlement cash advance for traumatic brain injury victims can reduce the financial pressures that may motivate some plaintiffs to accept a low settlement offer. It also allows the plaintiff’s attorney time to negotiate the best settlement possible. With a cash advance from a legal funding company, financially strapped plaintiffs can cover expenses related to their medical treatment, as well as daily living expenses so they can focus on recovering from their injuries without the worrying how the bills will be paid. All that is required to receive pre-settlement funding is a completed one-page application and a case with merit. The funding company will review case records from the plaintiff’s attorney, 10 pages or less, and if approved, funds can be available within 24-48 hours. Unlike a bank loan, there are no credit checks, employment history verification or monthly fees associated with pre-settlement funding. Best of all, funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, meaning that if for some reason the case fails and no money is collected, the lawsuit finance company will completely excuse the obligation.

If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury and need financial assistance during a pending lawsuit, you may qualify for pre-settlement lawsuit funding. Don’t wait or settle for less than you deserve; contact Lawsuit Financial today.

May 27, 2014

Lawsuit Financial Offers New Ways To Help and Guess What? They’re Free!

For over 15 years, Lawsuit Financial has been providing litigation funding to plaintiffs in pending lawsuits. When clients contact Lawsuit Financial, we don’t just take their application, we take time to understand their financial situation and offer the best solutions. As an industry leader, simply providing a lawsuit cash advance is not our only responsibility. Through our Client Resource Center (CRC), we provide direction and knowledge to our clients to help them “get back on their feet” and ensure they are taking the right steps for their future financial security. Our assistance in placing clients with the right people in the right program is offered absolutely; some of these programs also offer free services to our clients. Take a look at what one happy Lawsuit Financial and CRC client had to say.

"I can say from experience that the Lawsuit Financials provides compassionate, realistic, and honest advice and assistance to families facing financial challenges. I was facing foreclosure because my injuries prevented me from returning to work; the medical expenses kept mounting. The team of professionals from Lawsuit Financial not only helped me obtain a $500 cash advance against my pending lawsuit, but also provided helpful ways to save and budget in order to minimize my financial burdens during this time and beyond case settlement. After a one-on-one consultation with a CRC representative, I was able to utilize local and national assistance programs I never knew existed. In the end, I saved $400 on prescription medications and $700/month on my mortgage. Lawsuit Financial and Jennifer were truly a blessing and I just wanted to thank you for all you did for me. I would recommend Lawsuit Financial to anyone in a personal injury lawsuit that needs help with financial hardship. Thank you!" - Donna G

If you have questions regarding lawsuit funding or the CRC, contact our office today. We provide free, no-obligation consultations. Additionally, whether we can or cannot help you with a lawsuit cash advance we may be able to help with our FREE Client Resource Center (CRC). We sift through the maze of possible offerings to bring you the best and most efficient services available.

Behind on the mortgage? Facing foreclosure? Don’t panic – call Lawsuit Financial or visit us online to learn more about our litigation funding services and our FREE Client Resource Center.

May 20, 2014

Double Amputee Files Lawsuit Against Guardrail Manufacturer

Jay Traylor was on his way home from when he fell asleep behind the wheel, veered off the highway, and slammed head-on into a guardrail. The guardrail sliced through the floorboard of Traylor’s SUV between the accelerator and brake and continued through the back seat, stopping short of the back door. Traylor’s right leg was severed and his left leg severely mangled; he thought he was going to die. His quick call to 911 did not save his legs, but did save his life. He hopes his recent lawsuit will prevent other victims of such tragedy.

According to the lawsuit, the guardrail, which is manufactured by Trinity Industries, was “defective and unreasonably dangerous” and because of this it did not perform as intended. The suit alleges that in 2005 Trinity made certain design changes its ET-Plus guardrail end terminals, changes significant enough to change how a guardrail reacts when hit by a vehicle. Traylor’s attorney said that Trinity reduced the size of its end terminals to save money and because of the change the guardrail does not collapse properly. The suit also claims that Trinity never “officially notified the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Trinity acknowledged its failure to update the FHWA of the guardrail change until 2012, but said the guardrail has been approved. The company plans to fight the lawsuit. To date, the FHWA has not composed a formal approval letter for the modified guardrail head.

Holding a negligent corporation accountable for a defective product not only compensates the victim for damages, but also allows the problem to become publicly known so that hopefully changes will be made and lives are saved. But, dangerous road cases are often long and drawn out. During this time, the victim may struggle to meet financial obligations due to medical expenses, loss of income, and other expenses as a result of this serious auto accident. Lawsuit Financial may be able to help; we provide financial support to plaintiffs during pending litigation.

Lawsuit funding can provide a timely financial solution to help pay the necessities of life in order to wait for a settlement deserved. Applying for funding is quick and easy; there is no credit check or employment verification. Additionally, Lawsuit Financial charges no upfront fees or monthly payments. The best part is that the lawsuit cash advance is not paid back until the case successfully settles. Should the plaintiff lose the case, the repayment is waived.

If you are in a pending lawsuit and struggling to make ends meet, Lawsuit Financial may be able to provide you the financial support needed until case settlement. We will evaluate your case and if approved, you can have funding within 24 - 48 hours. Call our office at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) or visit us online. The call is free; the advice is priceless.

May 19, 2014

Man Dead after Fiery Auto Accident Caused by Drunk Driver

A man was the victim of a fatal auto accident caused by a drunk driver. The 43-year-old husband, and father of a two-year-old, was on his way home from work when the driver of pick-up truck rear-ended his Nissan Pathfinder. The Nissan exploded into flames trapping the man inside. He was pronounced dead at the scene; the driver of the pick-up escaped unharmed.
According to witnesses, the driver of the truck was speeding and driving erratically before slamming into the Nissan. It was later determined that the truck driver had a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit.

This appears to be a very strong wrongful death case against a grossly negligent driver. The victims’ family should immediately seek counsel from an experienced auto accident attorney who can help obtain fair and just compensation for their loss, including funeral and burial costs, loss of income, loss of care and companionship, and other accident-related damages. Once a lawsuit is filed, settlement could be years away. In the meantime, the family must not only cope with the loss of a loved one, but quite possibly financial struggles especially if the deceased was the sole bread winner.

To help pay the mortgage, funeral and burial expenses, daily household bills, and other financial obligations, the family can apply for pre-settlement funding. Because pre-settlement lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance, if the family loses the case, repaying the advance would be completely excused; repayment is only made if the plaintiff wins the case. Applying for funding is easy via phone or online; if approved funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours.

Suffering injuries or the loss of a loved one is enough of a hardship; don’t succumb to a financial hardship as well. Lawsuit Financial can help relieve the financial pressure to settle too early for too little. We will provide fast cash so you can pay your bills and wait repayment out of your case.

May 15, 2014

Family Cat – A Boy’s Best Friend….and Lifesaver

Dogs can be unpredictable, even family pets. When a dog shows aggression and bites, small children are the most common victims. Parents should educate their children about proper behavior around dogs, unless a cat is your best friend.

Home security video footage captured by several security cameras shows how a Bakersfield, CA boy was rescued from a dog attack by the family’s feline. The four-year-old was riding his bike when the neighbor’s dog sneaked up behind him pulling the child off the bike. As the dog began to drag the boy, his seemed to come out of nowhere, tackle the dog, and chase it away.

Video of Attack

All joking aside, this boy was very lucky that his cat turned into a lion that day. According to the American Humane Society, every year more than 4.5 million Americans, more than half of them children, are bitten by dogs. As part of the National Dog Bite Prevention Week® (May 18-24, 2014) Coalition, American Humane Association encourages adults to teach children how to avoid dog bites and learn the importance of pet owner responsibility. To reduce the number of injuries to people and the risk of relinquishment of dogs that bite, American Humane Association offers the following suggestions:

For Children:
•Never approach an unknown dog or a dog that is alone without an owner, and always ask for permission before petting the dog.
•Never approach an injured animal – find an adult who can get the help s/he needs
•Never approach a dog that is eating, sleeping or nursing puppies.
•Don't tease or taunt - poke, hit, pull, pinch a dog.
•If a dog threatens you, try to remain calm and back away slowly. Avoid eye contact with an aggressive dog.
•If a dog tries to bite you, put a barrier (a board, purse or whatever is available) between you and the dog and back away slowly.

For Dog Owners:
•Never leave a baby of small child alone with a dog, even if it is a family pet.
•Interactions between children and dogs should always be monitored to ensure the safety of both your child and your dog.
•Teach your children to treat the dog with respect and not to engage in rough or aggressive play.
•Make sure your pet is socialized as a young puppy so it feels at ease around people and other animals.
•Never put your dog in a position where s/he feels threatened.
•Keep your dog properly confined to your property. Use a leash in public to ensure you are able to control your dog.
•Regular veterinary care is essential to maintain your dog's health; a sick or injured dog is more likely to bite.
•Be alert, if someone approaches you and your dog - caution them to wait before petting the dog, give your pet time to be comfortable with a stranger.
•Maintain your dog's current license and rabies vaccination.

Lawsuit Financial Corporation is a leader in the lawsuit funding industry and recognized by attorneys nationwide as a preferred choice for legal funding services. We are dedicated to securing lawsuit cash advances to plaintiffs based on case assessment only. With a streamlined process, our professional staff works to ensure that each request for funding is processed quickly and efficiently, with funding available in as little as 24 hours. Putting our clients, and their specific funding needs, first is our number one goal.

May 13, 2014

On the Right Track with Lawsuit Funding

Waiting for a settlement can mean difficult times for you and your family, physically, emotionally, and financially. If your injuries have left you unable to work, the wait could mean that you won’t even have enough money to put food on the table. After all, it is not as though the bills stop coming simply because you have been injured. When the financial needs must be met immediately, plaintiffs opt to settle their case for less than they deserve; few are aware that there is a solution known as litigation funding!

Lawsuit Financial can provide the cash you need while your case works its way through the court system. We can give you a cash advance to pay the mortgage, medical expenses, car payments, utility bills, and other household expenses. Our cash advances require no upfront fees, no monthly payments, nor credit checks, and no employment verification.

Here’s how it works:

• Complete a simple, one-page application.
• A representative will contact your attorney for case documentation.
• An underwriter will determine funding potential and amount.
• If approved, a contract is prepared.
• You and your attorney sign the funding contract.
• A check is sent overnight or wired into your account.
• Use the money any way you wish, worry free.

Repayment is due once you successfully settle your case. If you never receive a settlement, there is no repayment obligation; we take all the risk.

If you are in a pending lawsuit and find yourself in need of fast cash, contact Lawsuit Financial to help you get back on the right financial track.

May 13, 2014

When Personal Injury Clients Need Fast Cash, Attorneys Recommend Lawsuit Funding

Many times plaintiffs will contact their attorney desperate to settle a case when there seems to be no other option to pay the bills. Personal injury attorneys know this is not in a plaintiffs’ best interest, but what can they do? One option would be for the plaintiffs to contact their creditors and request deferment of debt until the case is settled. If the plaintiff’s home, health, or daily needs are in jeopardy, attorneys may suggest that their client contact a litigation funding company.

Lawsuit funding fills a critical financial need for seriously injured victims in a pending claim that could take many months or years to resolve. Unlike a traditional bank loan, obtaining lawsuit funding requires no credit check, no employment verification, and no monthly payments. The lawsuit cash advance is based completely on the strength of the case. Furthermore, if there is no recovery, the plaintiff keeps the cash advance and pays nothing to the funding company.

If you are a plaintiff in a pending lawsuit and would like to learn more, call our office at 1-877-377-7848; our staff will answer all of your questions. Having a clear understanding of the litigation funding process will help you choose the right funding company. Once you have decide which company best fits your needs, an application can be taken over the phone or online. In most instances, an answer will be available within 24 – 48 hours after receiving necessary documentation from your attorney.

Lawsuits are stressful enough; don’t worry about how you will pay the bills and don’t rush to settle your case just because you need the money. Consult with your attorney and then contact us. It cost nothing to see if you qualify for lawsuit funding.

May 12, 2014

Credit Cards Are Risky for Plaintiffs; Lawsuit Funding is Not!

When plaintiffs need to pay the bills before their lawsuit settles, many will look to credit cards as a “quick financial fix.” Unfortunately, this will usually make financial matters worse especially if the victim is out of work. Additionally, most lawsuits will take years to settle; relying on credit cards for that length of time can lead to massive debt. A useful tool to consider is lawsuit funding, a cash advance against the future settlement. Lawsuit funding is a simply, no-risk solution to pay medical bills or other necessary bills that simply can’t wait.

Lawsuit funding allows plaintiffs to use their settlement in advance to pay life’s necessities. With this legal strategy, plaintiffs are able to focus on their case instead of worrying about their financial situation. They also will and feel less pressure to settle too soon, for too little.

A reputable legal finance company offers a fast, online application with a 24 – 48 hour approval process. Funding is approved based on the case merit, not the plaintiff’s financial history or current status. Therefore, credit and employment checks are not required. Another advantage of lawsuit funding is that there are no monthly payments. In fact, repaying the amount funded is only done once the plaintiff receives their settlement. If the plaintiff does not win the case, the funds advanced are completely waived.

If you have been seriously injured in an auto accident, slip and fall, or other accident due to the negligence of someone else, after retaining an experienced attorney, consider lawsuit funding to help you pay the bills and level the playing field until your attorney has time to seek the compensation you deserve. It’s your money; why not get a portion of it now and save yourself from potential financial disaster?

May 8, 2014

Keeping Your Auto Accident Case Alive & Strong

When an innocent victim is seriously injured, unable to work, and drowning in debt any offer of cash can be very tempting. An early settlement offer is not in the best interest of the plaintiff, yet are accepted all the time when a plaintiff has nowhere to turn for much needed cash. This, and hoping plaintiffs never hear about lawsuit funding, is exactly what the insurance company banks on.

When the insurance company denies, delays, and defends a claim, the case may drag on for years. Insurance companies know time is not something a plaintiff can typically afford; the longer the litigation process, the harder it becomes for most plaintiffs to pay the bills and avoid debt. When the insurance company uses delay tactics as a legal strategy, many plaintiffs are forced to settle for less than full case value.

While lawsuit funding has been around for many years, it is a valuable service that few people are aware of until they become plaintiffs in a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit. So what is lawsuit funding?

Lawsuit funding is emergency financial relief to help plaintiffs keep their case alive and strong. With a lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs can pay the mortgage, rent, car payments, or simply put food on the table while allowing time for his/her attorney to achieve a higher case settlement. There are several benefits to lawsuit funding, such as no application fees or monthly payments. In fact, the plaintiff pays the funding company nothing until the case settles. If the case does not successfully settle, the lawsuit cash advance is forgiven! The plaintiff owes absolutely nothing!

If you are a plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit, don’t be tempted to accept an early settlement. Learn how lawsuit funding can help get you the emergency cash you need now. Apply online or call our office toll-free. The application process is quick and easy. There is no need for a credit check or employment verification and funding decisions are typically made within 24 - 48 hours of receiving the necessary case documentation from your attorney. Keep your case strong; let Lawsuit Financial come to your rescue!

May 6, 2014

All Drivers Have The Power To Save Lives

Many drivers can foresee a dangerous situation and avoid it. However, not all drivers are lucky enough to avoid reckless and negligent drivers; sometimes innocent people become victims of serious, or deadly, auto accidents. The circumstances surrounding some of Michigan’s recent fatalities are similar.

*A 64-year-old female St. Clair resident became the victim of a possible drunk driving accident when her vehicle was hit by a van that failed to yield at a red light. The woman died at the scene; the driver of the van was treated for injuries at a local hospital.

*A woman was sentenced to 25 - 50 years in prison after being found guilty of two counts of second-degree murder and operating under the influence causing death. The woman’s pickup truck crossed the center line colliding with another truck. Her blood not only tested positive for alcohol, but narcotic pain killers as well. Two innocent men lost their lives due to the woman’s negligence.

*A 30-year-old man was speeding on the morning of May 30 when he lost control of his vehicle, causing the car to roll several times. The driver was ejected from the vehicle sustaining serious injuries; his passenger was pronounced dead at the scene. Officials believe that alcohol played a role.

*A man driving under the influence and speeding lost control of his vehicle and hit a tree. His blood alcohol content registered at 0.094 percent, slightly over the legal driving limit in the State of Michigan. The man died at the scene before emergency crews could revive him.

*A 20-year-old male driver suspected of drunk driving caused a fatal auto accident that took the life of a 19-year-old female passenger. Police believe he lost control, went off the road, and hit a tree. High speeds were believed to be a factor.

*A 21-year-old Saline Township woman was killed in a two-vehicle auto accident when a the driver of a Ford F-150 crossed the centerline hitting the woman’s Ford Fusion. Alcohol and cell phone use are suspected of contributing to the accident.

Many people may not think much about drunk driving and how it can impact their life until something happens. Each of these cases represent permanent and life-changing consequences due to totally preventable auto accidents. Tragedies like these, although not limited to Michigan, often leave family members grieving the sudden loss of their loved one. Although compensation can not bring them back, seeking financial recovery can help victims and their families get back on their feet. If during the legal process, the victims are facing heavy financial burdens, Lawsuit Financial can provide a lawsuit cash advance known as litigation funding. With our funding assistance, plaintiffs can pay pressing bills while waiting to reach the settlement deserved. There is no risk to the plaintiff because with a lawsuit cash advance there are no payments until the case successfully settles, and only if the case settles. Should the plaintiff lose, the repayment is waived. Lawsuit Financial can typically provide funding within 24 - 48 hours of receiving an application.

Although our office has helped hundreds of innocent victims in drunk driving auto accidents, we are more passionate about educating our readers on the dangers of drinking and driving and how to be prevent such senseless auto accidents. We encourage everyone to not only make a pledge to avoid drinking and driving, but to eliminate all distractions - texting or talking on a cell phone, fiddling with the radio, eating, shaving, applying make-up, etc, - that could take your eyes off the road, if only for a minute. It is up to all of us to make sure we are doing everything possible to be safe and responsible on our roadways.

About Us
Lawsuit Financial Corporation is a leader in the lawsuit funding industry and recognized by attorneys nationwide as a preferred choice for legal funding services. We are dedicated to securing lawsuit cash advances to plaintiffs based on case assessment only. Every case is thoroughly reviewed to ensure the highest probability of being funded. With a streamlined process, our professional staff works to ensure that each request for funding is processed quickly and efficiently, with funding available in as little as 24 hours. Lawsuit Financial prides itself on honest and exceptional customer service. Putting our clients, and their specific funding needs, first is our number one goal.

April 29, 2014

Neglecting Your Sidewalk May Cost You More Than The Repair

Cracked and broken sidewalks are one of the leading causes of trip-and-fall accidents. Property owners who fail to keep their sidewalks reasonably safe can be held liable if another person is injured on their property. Defective walkways, failing to clean up debris, broken sidewalk, and more, can all lead to a fall, to liability and to a lawsuit against the person or business that caused the problem or failed to remedy it. Civil law requires compensation for the seriously injured, victim. Because personal injury lawsuits are often hard fought, injured victims may find it difficult to make ends meet until the case settles. When this happens, they may be able to seek financial assistance from a legal funding company.

An Oregon man is seeking $8,000 in medical expenses, $5,500 for damage to his wheelchair, and $50,000 for pain, mental anguish and interruption of his normal activities of life. The lawsuit was filed against J. G. Portland.

Robert P Simon alleges that on July 25, 2013, he was thrown from his wheelchair after hitting a 3 inch raised section of the sidewalk. The lawsuit points to city code which places the responsibility of repairing sidewalks, as well as any potential liability, on the individual or corporation that owns the land abutting the sidewalks. According to the plaintiff’s attorney, the city of Portland sent J.G. Portland a letter in 2006 warning that it needed to repair the sidewalk, but the warning went "ignored." The sidewalk was repaired after Simon fell and a complaint was filed with the city.

A personal injury lawsuit is often accompanied by financial stress and strain associated; regular bills must still be paid and there are additional burdens of medical expenses. If Mr. Simon finds it difficult to support himself while waiting for case resolution, he may want to investigate lawsuit funding services. Lawsuit funding helps level the playing field by advancing funds to protect valuable assets.

By solving immediate financial obligations, a lawsuit funding company will often prevent a plaintiff from settling too early and for too little. Your credit standing/history, whether or not your are employed, whether you own a home or other valuable asset doesn't matter to the lawsuit funding company. We care only about the quality of your case and the potential compensation you may receive. And, best of all, repayment is completely contingent upon the outcome of the case. If the case is lost, the funding does not need to be paid back.

If you are involved in a pending slip & fall/premises liability case, or any other type of personal injury case and need financial assistance, lawsuit funding may provide the help you need. Complete an online application or call one of our professional representatives. Don't settle your case for a lower than full value; consider lawsuit funding from Lawsuit Financial, instead.

April 29, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Helps Plaintiffs Avoid Financial Disaster

Until you are the victim of someone else’s negligence, you may not realize that insurance companies use every tactic in the book to persuade you to settle for less than you deserve. They know most plaintiffs can not financially withstand a long legal process so they will deny, delay, and de-value your claim until you are forced to accept a low settlement. Lawsuit funding is a process that has made it possible to avoid this while still remaining financial stable until a fair settlement is reached.

Following is some information about lawsuit funding to help you determine if it may be a viable solution for you.

Is lawsuit funding a loan? No. Lawsuit funding is a cash advance against your expected settlement. If you qualify, it is actually your own money that you are simply receiving early.

How do I qualify for lawsuit funding? Unlike a traditional bank loan, you do not have to go through mountains of paperwork or jump through hoops to be considered for funding. All that is required is information from your attorney regarding how the accident happened and the injuries incurred. The only thing that matters is the strength of your case. No information regarding your employment status, credit rating or other personal details is required.

If I qualify, how quickly can I get the money? If you qualify, the cash advance can be available for immediate use within 24 – 48 hours of approval.

Does my credit matter? No, approved is based solely on the strength of your case.
In most cases the decision is made the same day the information is submitted. After you are approved, you will get the advance from the litigation funding company usually by the next day.

Are there upfront fees and monthly payments? No. Unlike a bank loan, you pay absolutely nothing until your case settles. If for any reason you do not win your lawsuit, you owe nothing.

Are there limitations on how I use the money? No. Although you can use the money for anything you wish, most clients will use the cash advance to pay medical expenses, mortgage payments, auto payments, monthly household bills, or to simply put food on the table. Basically, lawsuit funding helps you enjoy financial stability while you wait for your settlement so that you can avoid creditors and the possibility of bankruptcy.

When must I repay the cash advance? Repayment is made from the proceeds of your settlement. Because lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, the repayment is completely waived if you lose the case. Essentially, there is no financial risk to you.

If you are a victim of negligence, have sustained injuries and are waiting for a settlement, why not consider lawsuit funding? It’s your money; why not get a portion of it now and save yourself from potential financial disaster? To apply, simply complete an online application or call 1-877-377-7848.

April 28, 2014

A No-Risk Solution to Plaintiffs Cash Flow Problems

Waiting for a fair and equitable settlement or a jury trial in hard fought litigation can take years. In the meantime, plaintiffs still need to pay the bills; there may be a mountain of medical expenses on top of the ordinary bills and expenses. “Contacting a reputable lawsuit financial company and qualifying for lawsuit funding can make the wait much easier. Lawsuit funding removes the pressure to settle early and inexpensively and allows the attorney the necessary time to get the litigant the fairest possible result.” opined Mark Bello, CEO, Lawsuit Financial, Inc.

Although some people may have access to resources that can keep them financially stable during a pending lawsuit, most are not that fortunate. The unfortunate, might consider accepting a smaller settlement to avoid cash flow problems because they are not familiar with lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit Financial is dedicated to providing non-recourse cash advances as easy as 1-2-3.
1. Complete an online application or call our office at 1-877-377-7848.
2. We will request case documentation from your attorney to evaluate case merit.
3. If approved, a contract is signed and funds are wired into your account or a check sent overnight within 24 - 48 hours.

What we don’t require:
1. Up-front fees
2. Monthly payments
3. Credit checks
4. Employment verification
5. Repayment if the case is lost.

Repayment is only made once you successfully settle your case with repayment from the proceeds of the settlement. Again, if you lose your case and the judgement is in favor of the defendant, you are not obligated to repay the cash advance.

To learn all you need to know before making a decision if lawsuit funding is right for you, contact Lawsuit Financial. Our team of experienced professionals are here to answer all your questions.

April 22, 2014

Patience is A Virtue, but Time is Gold

Following an accident, a lawsuit may be the only means by which victims can be compensated for their loss. However, many plaintiffs involved in a personal injury lawsuit are often struggling financially. Additionally, many face challenges - bad credit, limited income, unemployment, lack of collateral - that preclude them from obtaining financial assistance from a bank or other financial institution. Lawsuit Financial was created specifically with those challenges in mind.

Many defendants and insurance companies will deny and delay claims hoping a plaintiff will become financially desperate and settle for less than full case value. While initially, getting cash to pay outstanding bills may seem like a good idea, plaintiffs need to fully evaluating the total cost and expenses related to the case. These expense may include ongoing medical expenses or long-term loss of income.

Through a lawsuit cash advance, Lawsuit Financial helps plaintiffs focus on recovering and seeking fair compensation rather than on how they will pay bills, buy groceries, or avoid foreclosure/eviction. Lawsuit funding is often times the only means “buy time” and level the playing field until justice is served. It puts plaintiffs back in control of their finances by giving them an advance on the future proceeds of the case.

At Lawsuit Financial, our focus is to obtain a lawsuit cash advance for each client as quick as possible. Our application and approval process is fast and easy with no credit checks, no employment verification, no monthly payments and no up-front fees or out-of-pocket expenses. We can provide funding, often in as little as 48 hours. Our lawsuit cash advances are provided 100% risk-free; Lawsuit Financial accepts all the risk. If the plaintiff loses the case, the cash advance is completely waived; the plaintiff owes nothing!

If you are the victim of a personal injury lawsuit have financial obligations that won't wait, don’t let desperation set in. Rather than settling for less than you deserve, call Lawsuit Financial. We may be able to provide the money you need, when you need it most.

April 17, 2014

Time is on your side with Lawsuit Funding

If you have ever been in a lawsuit, you know they take time, but what happens when time is not financially on your side? The fact of the matter is that if you have suffered a personal injury, are unable to work, and can’t pay the bills, you may be forced to settle for less than full compensation or face eviction and foreclosure. Lawsuit funding can be what saves you when you need it most!

With the assistance of a lawsuit cash advance, you are able to make the mortgage or rent payment, pay medical bills, put food on the table, and wait for a much larger settlement. Lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse bases which means there is no risk to you. If the case is lost, you pay nothing! There are no monthly payments and your credit is not at risk. Once you win your case, repayment is paid directly from the proceeds of the settlement.

Once you have filed a lawsuit, obtaining a lawsuit cash advance is quick and easy. There are no credit checks or employment verification. The only thing that matters is the strength of the case. Stop living in financial stress, but don’t settle for less than you deserve because of lack of funding.

Lawsuit Financial, a leader in the legal funding industry for more than 15 years running, has become a preferred legal funding provider among attorneys for our professionalism and customer service. Call us today to learn how we can tailor a funding program for your specific needs.

April 17, 2014

Drowsy Driver Nearly Got Hit “Right Between The Eyes”

Many people do not consider how dangerous it is to get behind the wheel when fatigued, yet it has proved to be as harmful as driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs. Nodding off for even a second can prove deadly. Imagine driving at 65 mph. That equates to traveling approximately the length of a football field in two seconds; a basketball court in one.

An 18-year-old Michigan driver was nearly impaled after a farm post shot through his windshield. The teen told police that he fell asleep behind the wheel before his vehicle crossed the center lane and traveled across a farm field before hitting the farm post. The post stopped inches from his body. Fortunately, the driver only suffered minor injuries, but in many cases the end result was not as fortunate.

Drowsy driving accidents are not unique, yet are completely preventable. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, drowsy driving is the cause of more than 100,000 accidents, 40,000 injuries and 1,550 deaths yearly, and these numbers are only the accidents reported. All it takes is for drivers to recognize the signs of fatigue and pull off the road – before they fall asleep behind the wheel.

Victims who were injured or lost a loved one due to a drowsy or fatigued driver, should consult an experienced personal injury attorney who can review the case and determine if the victim is entitled to pain and suffering damages, loss of income damages, medical or funeral costs, and even punitive damages.

An automobile accident can be very complex and in some situations it can take years before a settlement is reached.  For many plaintiffs a pre-settlement lawsuit funding may used to help supplement loss of income, pay medical and/or funeral expenses, pay down debt, and cover everyday living expenses. Plaintiffs can apply for pre-settlement funding in less than five minutes. The only requirement is a pending lawsuit with merit and a serious financial need. There is no cost to apply, no upfront fees, no monthly payments, no credit checks and no hassles. If approved for lawsuit funding, the money arrives fast, within 24-48 hours. Funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, so if the plaintiff loses the case, there is no obligation to pay us back. The process is really that simple.

Obtaining pre-settlement lawsuit funding is a smart strategic move; it is a better solution than settling your valuable personal injury lawsuit for less than it is worth. If you are facing financial devastation while awaiting a lawsuit settlement, apply online to determine if you qualify for lawsuit funding. Once we receive your application we will begin immediately working for you. If you have questions regarding our legal funding services, contact us at 1-877-377-7848.

April 15, 2014

Lawsuit Financial Helps Plaintiffs Meet Financial Demands

Lawsuit Financial was so honest and upfront. Sandy was very informative and provided me with enough information to make a decision about my financial situation. After applying, I could call anytime and no matter who answered the phone, I was always treated with care and respect. Within two days I was approved for funding and hours later had all my bills paid. Lawsuit Financial worked well with my attorney too. I would highly recommend Lawsuit Financial if you are ever in a personal injury lawsuit and sitting on a stack of bills you can’t pay.” ~ LaKisha D

Most lawsuits will take months or years to settle. During this time, many plaintiffs face financial ruin especially if they are unable to work. The longer the case drags on, the more likely the plaintiff will feel pressured to settle too soon, for less than full case value. Fortunately, there is alternative.

Lawsuit funding has become the number one cash solution for personal injury plaintiffs who need to keep their case strong while avoiding financial burdens. Once a case is filed, it is important to find a lawsuit funding company with a solid reputation. At Lawsuit Financial, we understand that time is of the essence. Our funding application can be completely in less than 5 minutes – online or over the phone. Once our experienced underwriters examine and review the case, if approved, funding can be provided within 24 - 48 hours. Lawsuit funding can be used for anything the plaintiff deems fit, but is typically used to pay the essentials - medical expenses, mortgage or rent payments, funeral expenses, auto payments, and daily household expenses such as groceries. Our lawsuit cash advances are based solely on the strength of the case, meaning there are no credit checks and no monthly payments like with a typical bank loan. Best of all, Lawsuit Financial assumes all the risk when awarding clients a cash advance. In other words, if the plaintiff loses the case, there is absolutely no repayment, not even the cash advance.

Don't settle for less compensation than you deserve; stand up for your rights and fight your case with the help of lawsuit funding. To obtain more information or access your road to financial freedom, click or calling our office toll free at 1-877-377-7848.

April 14, 2014

Negligent Driver and Dangerous Intersection Results in Bicycle Fatality

Anyone involved in a auto-bicycle accident is vulnerable to sustaining serious injuries because the body absorbs the impact directly. If you have been injured or lost a loved one as a result of a auto-bicycle accident, you may be able to obtain financial compensation to cover medical expenses, funeral expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. While the claim winds its way through the litigation process, you may need financial assistance in the form of lawsuit funding.

An 83-year-old Lakewood Ranch, Florida resident and his wife were avid bicyclists. Last Friday morning as they were riding through the busy intersection of Lakewood Ranch Boulevard and Parkside Place, the man and another vehicle were struck by a young woman who ran a red light. The man died a day later; his wife suffered minor injuries and the devastation of her husband’s death. The 22-year-old driver, her three passengers, and the driver of the other vehicle escaped with littler or no injuries. An investigation is ongoing.

Although questions have been raised whether the driver was distracted, residents have also said the intersection is dangerous. Despite the 35 mph speed limit and visible yellow pedestrian signs warning drivers to yield to pedestrians crossing the intersection, residents said speeding in the area is out of control. Others said there used to be a green left turn arrow at the intersection, but now drivers must edge out before proceeding because of low visibility.

The grief this family is facing is overwhelming, but it is important for them to speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer to determine their rights. In this case, the family may file a claim against the negligent driver, as well as the county for failing to make improvements to a dangerous intersection. If the family pursues a lawsuit, but is struggling financially during the process, lawsuit funding may be a valuable solution.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse lawsuit cash advance against a pending claim so plaintiffs can avoid debt and withstand the lengthy legal process. Lawsuit funding is not like a traditional bank loan; there are no upfront fees or monthly payments, and no credit check or employment verification. Additionally, repayment is only made once the case successfully settles. If the plaintiff loses the case, the repayment is 100% waived. You read that correctly - the repayment is waived because the legal funding company accepts all the risk.

If you have retain an attorney and filed a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit, but need help paying the bills, you too may be able to avoid settling your case too soon for too little. Contact Lawsuit Financial and see if we can provide you emergency cash to help with your financial obligations so your attorney has the time needed to seek appropriate justice. Call us for a free consultation of visit us online to apply.

April 10, 2014

Lawsuit Financial Offers Debt Relief

If you've been injured in an automobile accident, you can file a personal injury lawsuit against the negligent driver who caused the accident. Once the lawsuit if filed, you may be eligible for lawsuit funding.

The litigation process often takes several months, even years to settle but life must go on; the bills must be paid. Many plaintiffs do not have the financial resources to wait for a settlement especially if they are out of work. Auto accident lawsuit funding may be the only way to wait out the insurance company for a fair settlement. This lawsuit cash advance is provided on a non-recourse basis meaning that if you are approved, you only pay back the funded amount if you successfully settle your case. Furthermore, no collateral is required and you do not need good credit. The money is provided based only on the strength of your lawsuit. While your case is pending, you owe us nothing; repayment is only made once the lawsuit resolves in your favor.

To determine if lawsuit funding is suitable for your case, submit an online application or call our office. There is no application fee and we can often approve a contract within 24- 48 hours. Although there are no restrictions on how you use the money, most clients will pay medical bills, mortgage or rent payments, auto payments, or expenses to keep the family fed until the case settles. If you have questions regarding lawsuit funding, contact our office today. We provide free, no-obligation consultations. Additionally, whether we can or cannot help you with a lawsuit cash advance we may be able to help with our first-of-its-kind, FREE Client Resource Center (CRC). The CRC helps clients find local and national assistance options, provide money saving and budgeting tips, and minimize their financial burdens not only during their pending claim, but beyond case settlement. And, this is an absolutely FREE service.

April 8, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Solves a Temporary Financial Crisis

"I was in an auto accident three years ago that left me permanently disabled. I filed a lawsuit, but it seemed every time the case took a step forward, it went three steps back. It was a financially difficult time for me and my family, but with the help of Lawsuit Financial, I was able to pay my bills, feed my family, and wait for the settlement I deserved. Had it not been for Lawsuit Financial, I would have been forced to settle for far less because waiting was not a possibility. I was amazed at how quickly my lawsuit funding application was approved. The money was wired into my bank account in less than 24 hours. Equally important was the customer service. The staff at Lawsuit Financial is very knowledgeable and explained the lawsuit funding process so I knew exactly what to expect. I want to thank to everyone at Lawsuit Financial for helping me and my family through a difficult time.”
~ Joe D

Lawsuit funding is more than advancing money; it helps innocent victims with a desperate financial need. Qualifying for a lawsuit cash advance is really quick and easy. The cash advance is not a loan; there are no credit checks or monthly payments. Most importantly, there is no repayment if the case is lost. The plaintiff only repays the cash advance once the case settles.

If you have suffered a personal injury, have an attorney representing you, and need cash until you settle your case, Lawsuit Financial may be able to get help bridge the gap between when your accident occurred and when your case settles. Apply for lawsuit funding today and receive cash as early as tomorrow.

April 8, 2014

Litigation Funding For Medical Malpractice Lawsuits and Appeals

Medical malpractice cases are hard fought, difficult cases that can take years to resolve. If victims require litigation funding, it is important to know that Lawsuit Financial Corporation is one of the few legal funding companies that provide capped lawsuit financing. Victims who utilize lawsuit financing services need to consider this important factor when seeking funding on a piece of litigation that could take several years to settle.

Brookwood Medical Center may consider appealing a recent $7.5 million verdict in which an Alabama couple sued the hospital for negligence. The lawsuit alleges that Wilfred (aka Butch) was recuperating from back surgery when he began suffering serious pain. After being admitted to the hospital, doctors made the decision to monitor his condition. According to the claim, nurses failed to relay several changes in the man’s condition. By the next morning, Butch underwent emergency surgery to relieve pressure from a large hematoma on a bundle of nerves just below the spinal cord. The lawsuit alleged that the delay in surgery left Butch permanently impotent and incontinent.

This couple has been seeking for justice for over four years, and now the fight may continue. Consider the pain and suffering and the mental and emotional anguish; maybe even financial hardship. How much more should they endure? How much longer will this couple suffer without compensation, without justice?

I don’t know this family’s financial situation, but I would guess that the medical expenses alone left them financially strapped. During this long ordeal, they may have qualified for litigation funding, a non-recourse cash advance against their pending claim. If the defendant files for an appeal, litigation funding can still be an option to alleviate some financial burdens.

When a plaintiff is dealing will the loss of income and mounting unpaid bills, litigation funding can be the emergency cash needed to get through the litigation process, including an appeal. Once case documentation is reviewed and the strength of the case determined, approvals can be available within 24 - 48 hours. No money is owed until the case successfully settles, at which time repayment is made from the proceeds of the case. The most attractive part about lawsuit funding is that if the case is lost, repayment is completely waived.

If you have filed, or plan to file, a medical malpractice lawsuit and are represented by an attorney, you may be eligible for medical malpractice litigation funding. For a free consultation or to apply, complete the online contact form or contact Lawsuit Financial directly at 1- 877-377-7848. Don’t wait until it is too late; we may have the solution you need to stay financially afloat in hard times.

April 7, 2014

Does Lawsuit Funding Have Value?

The time it takes to settle a lawsuit can pose a serious financial risk for many plaintiffs, especially those forced out of work due to injuries. In years past, plaintiffs who did not have the financial resources to withstand the legal process would borrow from family or friends or increase credit card debt. Only in the couple of decades has there been another more viable option – lawsuit funding.

Consider what’s at stake for an injured party. Many are facing the loss of their home, medical bills, and car payments, not to mention the ongoing household bills. The personal financial loss can be devastating. Even simple things such as putting food on the table become difficult. A lawsuit cash advance can help a plaintiff stay the course rather than accepting a low settlement offer. Once the financial pressures are relieved, the plaintiff can feel stronger and more secure waiting for a much larger settlement.

Lawsuit funding can be used however the plaintiff sees fit, but is usually to pay medical expenses, auto payment, mortgage, and other pressing bills. Approvals are quick because there are no credit checks or employment verification; funding is based purely on the strength of the case. Additionally, there are no monthly payments. The plaintiff owes absolutely nothing until the case settles favorably. If the case is lost, there is no repayment.

Most plaintiffs would agree that lawsuit funding met their financial needs when they needed it most. As more and more plaintiffs suffer from the weight of financial pressures, as they wait for their lawsuit to settle, attorneys, too, see how this emergency funding can keep their cases alive.

If a personal injury has put you in a hole that seems impossible to climb out of, lawsuit funding could be the emergency financial boost to pull you out of the dark abyss of debt and get you back on track. For more information contact the legal funding experts at Lawsuit Financial.

April 7, 2014

Justice Delivered After Seven Years

The premature death of a loved one is difficult for any family member. When the death is the result of a preventable medical error, there are usually many unanswered questions. Filing, fighting, and achieving a favorable settlement will usually take years, time not only emotionally and physically draining, but financially devastating as well. Funeral expenses and medical bills alone can become too much especially when family members are faced with lost income. To avoid debt or an early settlement, plaintiffs are turning to pre-settlement lawsuit funding.

It took seven years before justice was served following the death of a 49-year-old woman who was left brain dead in a Georgia hospital emergency room. In July 2006, the woman was suffering an asthma attack when she was rushed to the hospital via ambulance. When the woman arrived at the ER gasping for air and unable to speak, it took at least seven minutes for her to be seen. In an attempt to open her airways, a breathing tube was inserted down her throat - not by the attending physician, but rather the resident physician who made six failed attempts and did not follow hospital protocol. As a result, the woman suffered severe and irreversible brain damage due to lack of oxygen. The family eventually made the tough decision to take their loved one off life support. A jury recently awarded the family $4.7 million.

During the past seven years, this family may have experienced mounting bills while waiting for a fair settlement. A lawsuit cash advance may have helped pay the medical bills, funeral expenses, or any other expenses. There are no restrictions on how lawsuit funding can be used. A cash advance is contingent upon the successful outcome of the case; if the plaintiff does not successfully settle, there is absolutely no obligation to repay the advance. There is no credit check so plaintiffs with little or no credit still qualify.

Lawsuit Financial strongly believes you should not have to settle for less than you deserve especially when our services can be a valuable asset. We offer a quick and easy application process that allows you to receive your money in as little as 24 – 48 hours. There are no upfront fees and no monthly payments; only pay when your case is won.

If you or someone you love has been affected by medical malpractice and have filed a lawsuit, you could be eligible for pre-settlement funding. Begin by completing our online application or calling us toll-free at 1-877-377-7848. We look forward to assisting you with your legal financing needs.

April 1, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Available For Post Settlement Cases

Our clients are those who have been injured because of the negligence of others, have filed a lawsuit and are represented by an experienced attorney, and need a “lawsuit loan” to pay the bills until the case settles or while waiting to receive a settlement.

A wrongful death lawsuit recently settled for more than $9.4 million in a 2010 California big-rig accident case. The award was part of an overall verdict of more than $18 million that was given to two sets of plaintiffs. According to the lawsuit, a 48-year-old woman was stopped on Highway 156 waiting to turn left into her private driveway when she was allegedly rear-ended by a big-rig truck. The suit alleged that as a result, both vehicles crossed the double yellow line and veered into the path of an oncoming vehicle. The woman’s vehicle hit the oncoming car head-on, sending it out of control before colliding with the tractor trailer. The 48-year-old woman and a four-year-old died from injuries sustained.

The jury found Caltrans 60 percent at fault and the trucking company that employed the big-rig driver to be 40 percent at fault. Caltrans was found negligent for failing to repair and maintain the roadway that was operating beyond capacity. The lawsuit states that CalTrans should have provided for adequate shoulder space and maneuvering room given the absence of a barrier separating the east and west bound lanes of Highway156.

Now that the families of the victims have successfully settled their case, it’s time to pick up the pieces and move on, right? Wrong. After winning a case, many things can happen to delay the payment of a settlement, including an appeal. While pre-settlement funding is a valuable resource during a pending litigation, post-settlement funding can help plaintiffs financially between the time a settlement is reached and the time the plaintiff physically receives the settlement payment.

Lawsuit Financial understands how hard it is to stay financial afloat during a lengthy litigation process, but once you finish your fight for justice, the wait can extend several weeks, even months before the payout is made. You have made it this far; now is not the time to take chances with your finances. If you are in need of a financial lifeline until your settlement is received, consider post-settlement funding. Post-settlement funding can be the difference between financial ruin and financial health. We work directly with your attorney to gather needed information to process your funding request as quickly as possible. Funding is based on the merits of the case, not on credit-worthiness, employment history verifications, or monthly payments. Pre- and post-litigation funding are not “loans”, but rather non-recourse funding, which means it is paid back only out of the settlement of the case. If you don't win the case, the cash advance does not have to be repaid.

Suffering injuries or the loss of a loved one is enough of a hardship; don’t succumb to a financial hardship, too. You may be eligible for pre- or post-settlement lawsuit funding. There is no cost to review your case and determine your funding needs. Call us toll-free at 877-377-7848, or complete our online contact form.

March 31, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Helps Plaintiffs Fight a Long Legal Battle For Justice

During a personal injury lawsuit, a plaintiff may not only be dealing with physical and emotional challenges, but also the stresses that come with paying a mortgage, car payment, medical expenses and other living expense. As a lawsuit drags on, deep pocket defendants know it’s just a matter of time before the medical bills and day-to-day expenses become overwhelming, especially for those out of work. They know many plaintiffs will take what they can when it’s offered simply to make ends meet. Although the money may sound great, is it really going to cover all your medical expenses, loss of income, and future possible medical needs? Probably not which is why a personal injury attorney will often recommend lawsuit funding.

Before accepting a low settlement offer, plaintiffs should fully understand the financial consequences – and lawsuit funding. Lawsuit funding not only helps plaintiffs stay financially afloat, but allows them to extend their lawsuits so a higher settlement might be awarded. When a legal funding company steps in and provides emergency cash, it is not a loan but rather a non-recourse cash advance against a pending claim. This means that funding is repaid once the lawsuit reaches a positive settlement. In the event the plaintiff loses the case, the lawsuit cash advance is forgiven. Additionally, there are no monthly payments, credit checks, employment history, or collateral required for approval. Funding is based solely on the strength of the case. Once approved, the money is typically available within 24 – 48 hours.

If you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence, you deserve to be compensated. Once you’ve hired an attorney and filed your case, it’s time to consider your finances and how to handle paying bills until a final settlement is reached. Don’t let mounting bills become an added burden; a lawsuit cash advance could be the positive solution you need. To learn if you are eligible for lawsuit funding, call Lawsuit Financial toll-free, at 877-377-7848 or complete the online application to get started.

March 27, 2014

Auto Accident Lawsuit Funding For Drunk Driving Cases

Are you experiencing a financial hardship as you wait for a settlement in your drunk driving accident lawsuit? Are you familiar with pre-settlement funding?

Jenna was hit by a drunk driver after on her way back to college. She suffered a broken arm, several broken ribs, and whiplash. Jenna missed several months of school as well as work because of the injuries she suffered. Within two months, she was behind on her student loan and the medical bills kept mounting. Jenna’s attorney told her it could be eight months to a year before the case would settle. Wanting to quickly settle her case, Jenna’s attorney recommended lawsuit funding. Within a day, Lawsuit Financial approved Jenna for a $2,500 non-recourse lawsuit cash advance. She was able to bring her student loan current and pay the outstanding medical bills.

Drunk driving accident claims typically take a long time to settle, especially when the wrongdoer has no insurance. In the meantime, the bills will keep coming. Plaintiffs can apply for pre-settlement funding in less than five minutes. This lawsuit cash advance will provide much needed relief to plaintiffs who are finding it to difficult to pay medical bills, rent, tuition, and the day-to-day expenses. There are no credit checks and employment is not necessary. The only requirement is a pending lawsuit with merit and a serious financial need. Funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, so if the plaintiff loses the case, there is no obligation to pay us back. The process is really that simple.

If you have been seriously injured due to the negligence of someone else and need financial assistance, call our office or complete our free, online application. We may be able to provide the cash you need today for the settlement you deserve tomorrow.

March 25, 2014

Spring Break Turns Deadly for Oklahoma State University Student

A time to put away the books and enjoy some fun with friends turned deadly for one Oklahoma State University student.

Sorority sisters from OSU were on spring break in Gulf Shores. The group was walking along a bicycle land on West Beach Boulevard when a pick-up truck hit one of the girls, then fled the scene of the accident. After a 911 call, police spotted the truck and pulled the man over to investigate. He was arrested for DUI. In the meantime, the young woman was transported to an area hospital where she died shortly thereafter.

Most likely, the parents of this innocent college student, in the wrong place at the wrong time, will contact a personal injury attorney to discuss their rights. If the family pursues a wrongful death lawsuit, they may face a long legal process. Additional expenses such as funeral and burial expenses may take a substantial financial toll on the family. Thus, the parents may wish to investigate the possibility of obtaining a lawsuit cash advance from an experienced provider of lawsuit funding services.

Lawsuit Financial is a premiere legal funding company offering cash advances to plaintiffs who need cash now while their lawsuits are pending. With a lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs can pay today's bills and expenses and patiently wait for a settlement or verdict in the case before repaying the money. All that is needed to qualify is a serious injury or wrongful death, viable lawsuit, and be represented by an attorney. Applying for funding is quick and easy; there are no credit checks, employment verification, or monthly payments. If approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Best of all, lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, meaning if you lose your case, you owe us nothing.

If you have a hit-and-run lawsuit and need financial assistance, complete our free, online application or call us today. Our representatives are always available to answer any questions. Contact us today and see if we can help.

March 24, 2014

Litigation Funding For Testosterone Therapy Drug Cases

As men begin filing lawsuits against companies manufacturing testosterone replacement therapy products, some may seek litigation funding to help pay medical expenses and other urgent bills.

A Georgia man has filed a product liability lawsuit against AbbVie Inc., and their parent company Abbott Laboratories, alleging that the companies knew or should have known about the potential heart risks from the testosterone gel, AndroGel, yet withheld information from consumers and the medical community.

The man began using AndroGel in November 2011 and suffered his first of three heart attacks in January 2013. Because he was unaware that the gel may have contributed to his heart attack, he continued using the product. It wasn’t until February 2014, after he suffered two more heart attacks, that the man learned about the link between AndroGel and heart attacks. The suit states that if AbbVie had provided adequate warnings about the potential heart risks, the plaintiff may not have used AndroGel or any testosterone replacement therapy. The plaintiff contends that he now must be tested regularly, restrict his diet, take medication, and is at significantly increased risk for further heart disease, stroke, and death. He is seeking in excess of $75,000 in damages.

This case joins a growing number of complaints against nationwide alleging the drug maker’s failure to warn about the risk of heart attacks, strokes, blood clots and wrongful death. Five men have already filed lawsuits against the company last month.

The side effects from the drug can cause tremendous suffering, both for the man affected as well as his family. Additionally, the medical expenses associated with AndroGel injuries can be staggering, and may threaten the family’s financial future. If you or a loved one has been injured by AndroGel or any testosterone replacement therapy drug, you may wish to consult a personal injury attorney to understand your legal rights. Once you file a claim, if you are struggling financially to make ends meet, you may want to consider litigation funding, a non-recourse cash advance based on an expected settlement.

At Lawsuit Financial, we help plaintiffs meet their financial obligations as they wait for their case to settle. Our legal finance services begin with a complete explanation of the funding process – from the application through settlement and repayment. If no settlement is reached, the plaintiff is not required to pay us back. We offer a free, no obligation application process online or by phone. If approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Contact a specialist at Lawsuit Financial to learn more or to apply.

March 24, 2014

Don’t Be Derailed From Seeking Justice

Lawsuit Financial is a national litigation funding company specializing in providing litigation cash advances to plaintiffs involved in pending litigation.

An eight-car commuter train derailed early Monday morning as it pulled into Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. Thirty-two people on board suffered non-life threatening injuries when the train failed to stop at an underground station and climbed 10 feet off the rails before it jumped on the sidewalk and scaled stairs and an escalator.

According to Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) spokesman Brian Steele, investigators are reviewing footage from surveillance cameras and interviewing the driver. Steele said although officials will be looking at equipment, signals, and human factors, it appears that the train was going too fast as it approached the end-of-line station and didn't stop at a bumping post — a metal shock absorber at the end of the tracks.

As agencies continue their probe into the cause, victims should consider speaking to an experienced attorney who can assist them in obtaining financial compensation for their injuries. After filing a personal injury lawsuit, they should contact Lawsuit Financial if searching for an immediate answer to financial problems.

Lawsuit funding gives injured victims the immediate cash needed to cover expenses, removing financial stress and allowing time to pursue the case to its full merited value. Once a plaintiff completes a simple online application, Lawsuit Financial will evaluate the case at no cost. If approved, we can provide funding in less than 48 hours. There are no monthly payments, so plaintiffs don’t need worry about replacing one expense for another; they can focus on healing without financial burdens.

There are no credit checks when applying for lawsuit funding and employment is not a factor. We advance cash based on case merit only. Because lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance, repayment is only made once the case successfully settles. Lose the case, repayment is waived.

Call Lawsuit Financial today or visit us online to get started with a free, no-obligation analysis of your injury case financing situation.

March 20, 2014

First Lawsuits Filed in Con Edison Harlem Gas Explosion

Lawsuit funding can assist victims who have been rendered homeless by a home fire, suffered the loss of a “bread winner”, or rendered disabled as the result of a gas explosion.

As the feds continue to investigate whether negligence led to the Harlem gas explosion last week that killed eight people, the first lawsuit has been filed. A 46-year-old woman claims that she sustained severe and permanent injuries after falling in her apartment which is more than a block away from the two apartment buildings that collapsed in the explosion. According to the lawsuit, she accuses Con Edison and the landlord, Kaoru Demler Muramatsu, of neglecting their “duty to keep…the premises in a safe, proper and secure manner.” Other claims are already underway. The age of the pipe and exactly how the leak started remains unclear. It is undetermined if the leak existed before the explosion or was created as a result of the explosion, yet the NTSB said that the soil surrounding the destroyed buildings was saturated with a higher-than-normal concentration of natural gas suggesting that the gas had been leaking for some time. If the NTSB concludes that the aging cast-iron pipes were neglected or not properly maintained, Con Edison may be blamed for the blast.

Cases like this take time and incredible amounts of resources to reach a settlement. For many victims, waiting for fair compensation is not a viable option if foreclosure, eviction, and debt collectors are looming. In order to avoid financial hardship, Lawsuit Financial provides pre-settlement funding to prevent plaintiffs from settling for less than full case value. Lawsuit funding is a cash advance against a potential jury verdict or settlement designed to help plaintiffs pay medical expenses, funeral expenses, mortgage, and those monthly bills that pile up while awaiting a lawsuit settlement. It puts time in the hands of the plaintiff to await justice.

If you have been the victim of gas explosion resulting to the negligence or wrongdoing of another, and seeking compensation through a personal injury lawsuit, you may also qualify for lawsuit funding. The transaction is risk-free and clients often obtain money within 24 - 48 hours. Funding is provided on a non-recourse basis and is completely contingent on the outcome of the lawsuit. If the lawsuit fails, the cash advance is completely excused. There are no upfront fees and no monthly payments. Credit and employment do not matter because we focus on the case and the case, alone. Complete our free, online application or call us today see how we can help.

March 18, 2014

As Spring is in the Air More Pedestrians are On the Roadways

A young woman was critically injured after being hit by a vehicle. She remains in a coma and doctors say it could be several days before there are any new developments on her condition. When a driver hits a pedestrian, often times the biggest question is: Whose fault was it?

There are many contributing factors in many auto-pedestrian accidents; driver inattention being the most common cause. A driver may be talking or texting, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or be otherwise distracted and not see the pedestrian. A driver may be speeding and unable stop in time to avoid hitting a pedestrian. Pedestrians can also play a role in causing accidents. Crossing the street at the last second, can leave a pedestrian in the middle of the crosswalk after the light has changed. A pedestrian can also be distracted by a cell phone or text. Far too often, pedestrians will cross streets in areas other than a crosswalk or believe they can “beat the car”. In any event, pedestrian-auto accidents can be easily prevented if both pedestrians and drivers are responsible.

If you or a loved one is seriously injured in a pedestrian-auto accident that was not your fault (or, was only partially your fault), you may be able to recover damages for medical bills, loss wages, pain and suffering, loss of companionship, loss of financial support, and funeral expenses. It is imperative to consult an experienced auto accident attorney to learn your rights. Pedestrians could be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. Family members of the injured individual could also be entitled to compensation.

Determining fault in an auto-pedestrian accident can be difficult and take much longer than your finances can allow. In order to “stay in the game”, you may able to obtain lawsuit funding. A non-recourse lawsuit cash advance can lighten the financial burden and help you avoid debt during the lengthy legal process. Litigation funding is not like a traditional bank loan; we do not require a deposit, monthly payments, a credit check, or employment verification. Only upon case resolution, would you repay the legal finance company. If you don’t successfully settle your case, you owe nothing.

Ask your attorney for advice on whether auto accident lawsuit funding would be the right move for your situation.

As spring approaches and the temperatures start to rise, remember people are venturing out more on foot. Drivers and pedestrians alike have a huge responsibility to follow the rules of the road and, more importantly, use common sense.

March 13, 2014

Debunking Lawsuit Funding Misconceptions

Given the economy, many people involved in a personal injury lawsuit can easily face a financial downward spiral. Although legal fees are handled on contingency basis, paying the mortgage, car payment, even basic living expenses can present a significant challenge to many plaintiffs.

In the past, plaintiffs would often turn to credit cards and personal loans while they waited for their case to settle. Unfortunately, this did not alleviate the financial pressures because monthly payments were still required. Additionally, whether the lawsuit was successful or not, the plaintiff was required to repay the debt. If the plaintiff lost, the financial picture was worse than when the started. Enter lawsuit funding as a viable solution.

Lawsuit funding can alleviate the financial stress, which is often a burdensome distraction during any lawsuit. It can also buy extra time to fight for a plaintiff’s attorney to fight for a fair and often larger settlement. Unfortunately, despite more and more plaintiffs turning to lawsuit funding, there are still many misconceptions about the legal funding industry. These misconceptions can push plaintiffs away from the only financial assistance that can really help them. In order to understand lawsuit funding and if it is right for you, or your client, it is important to know the difference between misconceptions and reality.

Misconception #1: Lawsuit funding is a loan.
Reality #1: Lawsuit funding is not a loan. The main difference is that loans always need to be paid back and require monthly payments. When you apply for a lawsuit cash advance, you pay absolutely no upfront fees and make no monthly payments. The cash advance is repaid once the case successfully settles. There is no risk to the plaintiff because if the case is lost, nothing is owed. The legal financing company bears all the risk knowing that their portion of the proceeds could be months or even years away, if at all.

Misconception #2: Lawsuit funding exploits plaintiffs when they are the most vulnerable.
Reality #2: Lawsuit funding provides relief for people who have been backed into a financial corner and can’t withstand a prolonged litigation on their own. It is a cash advance to help plaintiffs pay the bills without needing to wait for a settlement to be reached.

Misconception #3: Legal funding companies interfere with the legal process.
Reality #3: Funding companies never get involved with the case. They only require enough case documentation to determine the strength of the case.

Misconception #4: Lawsuit funding affects plaintiffs negatively.
Reality #4: The cash advance is approved based on the merits of the lawsuit. Credit score and credit history is irrelevant. Additionally, because lawsuit funding is not debt it does not impact credit rating. A lawsuit cash advance also helps a plaintiff reject a low settlement offer and pursue justice and compensation deserved. In other words, lawsuit funding can have a positive impact on a case.

Misconception # 5: Lawsuit funding rates are high.
Reality # 5: It is true that rates charged by funding company can be higher than a bank loan, but they are not higher in order to take advantage of the plaintiffs. The rates are higher because lawsuit funding companies are taking a substantial risk because they may not ever be paid back. A reputable company will fully disclose this information and urge plaintiffs to seek alternative methods of funding first.

Misconception # 6: It is easy to be approved for a lawsuit cash advance which leads to frivolous lawsuits.
Reality # 6: Funding companies do not offer advances generously. Due to the high risk assumed by funding company, it is in their best interest to be discretionary and fund clients with successful cases.

While lawsuit funding is not for everyone, it can be an important form of emergency cash for plaintiffs with nowhere else to turn. If you want to know specifically whether you qualify for lawsuit funding, contact a legal funding expert who can review your case and help you understand your options. Hopefully, these facts have also helped attorneys better understand how lawsuit funding can better serve their clients.

March 13, 2014

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied

Justice should never be denied and it should never be hampered by the lack of financial resources. Unfortunately, many cases drag on for years and unless a plaintiff has deep pockets, withstanding the legal process can be a financial blow. The lack of funds should never be a reason not to pursue a case and get the justice you rightfully deserve, but bank loans are not typically available for plaintiffs, and using credit cards only adds to the financial burden plaintiff are already facing. Because Lawsuit Financial believes there should always be measures in place to allow a plaintiff to pursue a case, we offer financial support known as litigation funding.

A personal injury lawsuit can have a serious impact on a plaintiff and his/her family; the road to recovery is mostly long and expensive. In the meantime, a plaintiff may lose his/her home and car waiting for claim settlement. Litigation funding enables plaintiffs involved in lawsuits to receive cash needed to pay the bills months or years before the cases settles. Another advantage of litigation funding is that approval is based solely on the merits of the case so there are no credit checks and employment is not important. Since repayment is only made once the case successfully settles, there is no need for monthly payments. With no monthly payments, plaintiffs can focus on immediate expenses and their case without the additional burden of how to repay the cash advance. Best of all, if the case is lost, the plaintiff owes absolutely nothing in return!

If you believe you were victim of a personal injury, have retained an attorney, and filed a lawsuit, you do not have to settle your case simply because you need cash now. To learn how you can benefit from litigation funding, call for a no-obligation funding consultation. If you are ready to get started, simply complete an online application. You could have financial relief in as little as 24 hours.

March 11, 2014

Where Do Auto Accident Plaintiffs Go For Financial Help?

“Thank you for giving my family the money we needed to stay in our home, keep the lights on, and put food on the table.” ~ George M from Florida

Personal injury victims who are currently involved in an auto accident lawsuit and struggling to pay medical and living expenses, may wish to apply for lawsuit funding while they await a settlement.

Auto accidents often cause serious injuries that require immediate, and often long-term, medical care. Many victims are forced to take time off from work; if permanently disabled victims can be out of work indefinitely. Without a source of income, they may quickly fall behind on bills causing a huge financial burden. Victims deserve to have their case tried fairly without the financial pressure to settle for less than case value. One way to accomplish this is to apply for lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is a cash advance on the expected value of a case. It allows plaintiffs to focus on healing while giving their attorney time to seek a fair settlement. Although the lawsuit cash advance can be used however the plaintiffs wishes, it is usually used to pay the mortgage, rent, auto payments, medical bills, or simply to put food on the table.

The legal finance specialists at Lawsuit Financial understand the immediate financial challenges many plaintiffs face; we are here to not only help remove the financial pressures to settle your case for less than you deserve, but to also make the process of obtaining lawsuit funding as quick and easy as possible. To apply, plaintiffs can complete our online application or call our office toll-free at 1-877-377-7848. Our funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, meaning if you lose your case, you owe us nothing. There are no credit checks or employment verification to qualify for lawsuit funding. Once we receive your application and case documentation, a decision can be made, and if approved, funds can be wired into your bank account within 24 – 48 hours.

March 10, 2014

Lawsuit Funding For Nursing Home Negligent Lawsuits

Nursing home abuse or negligence is an especially vulnerable situation as a person’s life and welfare is dependent on daily, quality care. Negligence may come in various forms - forgetting to provide medications at the proper time, failure to provide basic needs such as food and water, lack of supervision, even physical abuse at the hands of nursing staff. Such negligence can lead to serious injuries or death. A lawsuit may be the only way to seek justice and compensation for one’s loss, and lawsuit funding may be the only way to withstand a lengthy legal process.

Four lawsuits have been filed alleging that loved ones were neglected and mistreated by the staff of Laurel Gardens Senior Living Community. One plaintiff claims her mother did not receive appropriate medication as ordered and suffered numerous falls and injuries due to staff negligence, while another alleges that staff members refused to assist her mother in the bathroom as needed, resulting in her mother falling and suffering injuries. A third plaintiff said her father was diagnosed with a case of scabies so severe he said “he felt as though his skin was on fire,” yet the staff failed to investigate the matter, put precautions in place to prevent the spread of the disease, or report it as required by state law. Another said a family member suffered head injuries so severe it required staples, and that there was no investigation from the nursing home related to the injury. Also named in the suits are Emeritus Corporation, owner of Laurel Gardens, HCP Senior Housing Properties Trust and the Laurel Gardens executive director.

Negligence lawsuits against nursing homes often take years for the case to wind its way through the courts. Many plaintiffs simply cannot wait this long for their settlement without the help of lawsuit funding. Lawsuit Financial is a legal finance company that provides cash advances to plaintiffs for living expenses and other bills while they wait for their case to settle. With a lawsuit cash advance, victims can take on deep pocketed defendants and avoid being forced to settle for less.

Lawsuit funding is not a “lawsuit loan.” There are no up-front fees, no credit checks, no monthly payments, and you don’t need to be employed to be eligible for a cash advance. At Lawsuit Financial, we are paid only when your lawsuit settles or is resolved by a favorable cash judgment. If you lose your case, you owe absolutely NOTHING!

If you have a viable lawsuit and are represented by an attorney, you are already pre-approved. Begin by completing a free, no obligation application online or by calling our office. We will promptly request case documentation from your attorney to review your case. If approved, funds can be available in as little as 24 hours. Contact Lawsuit Financial today and see how we can help.

March 6, 2014

Legal Funding for Financial Relief

John was injured in an auto accident and unable to work. He filed a lawsuit against the negligent driver, but the case was taking longer than expected to settle. Fortunately, John had good credit so he was able to obtain a bank loan to pay medical and living expenses. It was a six-month loan, but the money was going fast and the lawsuit slow; the bank would not extend the loan. At risk of losing his home and his credit, John applied for lawsuit funding. With no need for a credit checks or employment verification, John was able to obtain a lawsuit cash advance within 24 hours. His case settled four months. Lawsuit Financial was there when John needed financial help the most.

Lawsuit funding was founded on the premise that insurance companies will deny, delay, and defend a claim knowing most plaintiffs will be strapped for cash and settle for less than they deserve. To combat this tactic, Lawsuit Financial provides lawsuit cash advances to plaintiffs involved in pending litigation. With lawsuit funding, plaintiffs can pay important bills and expenses, now, while waiting for justice to be served. It is specifically designed to let the plaintiff take control of their case and avoid accepting pennies on the dollar just to stay financially afloat. Lawsuit funding is risk-free to plaintiffs. Repayment of the cash advance is made only if the plaintiff successfully settles the case; repayment is waived if the case is lost.

Lawsuit funding is not a perfect solution; it is not for everyone, but it provides an option, in many cases, a viable one, for financially distraught plaintiffs. Lawsuit Financial hopes that by assisting plaintiffs with daily expenses, they can wait for justice to be served. Applying for a lawsuit cash advance requires one to simply complete an application online or call our office. The process to obtain lawsuit funding is fast, simple, and free!

March 4, 2014

Sudden White-Out Conditions Leads to Three Fatalities and Numerous Injuries

Blizzard conditions are being blamed for a 46-vehicle accident on Interstate 94 in Michigan City, Indiana which claimed the lives of three people and injured 20 others. According to police, the accident occurred after a burst of lake-effect snow reduced visibility to less than 10 feet in a matter of seconds. Witnesses said one minute it was clear and sunny, the next white-out conditions. According to reports, the pile-up began when a tractor-trailer began sliding, then jackknifed and slammed into another semi-truck causing several other vehicles to spin out of control. By the time drivers from behind saw the line of brake lights, it was too late. In all, 46 vehicles, including 18 semi-trucks, were involved in the accident. Several cars were crushed between the trucks; some slid underneath the 18 wheel tractor trailers. Police and witnesses said it was fortunate not more were injured or killed. An investigation is ongoing.

When an auto accident leaves serious injuries and fatalities in its wake, victims and their families deserve compensation from those responsible. It is vital to retain a skilled auto accident attorney as early as possible to ensure victims’ rights are protected. If it is determined that the driver of a tractor-trailer is responsible, his employer may be held liable as well. Negligence can be the result of speeding, being distracted, or driving inappropriately for weather conditions, but the employer could be liable if it is proven that poor maintenance and upkeep of the tractor trailer, including worn-out tires and bad brakes played a role.

Accidents like this can take many months, if not longer, to settle. The insurance company may drag out the case in order to avoid paying out a large settlement to victims. For plaintiffs that live paycheck to paycheck, financial relief in the form of lawsuit funding can be available right from the comfort of their own home. By securing a lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs can help pay medical bills, mortgage and rent payment, credit car debt and other out of pocket expenses.

If you are struggling financially and feel pressured by the insurance company to accept a quick settlement, consider lawsuit funding. Lawsuit Financial is dedicated to providing plaintiffs with a financial vehicle to avoid being forced to settle for less. We secure non-recourse financing meaning you only pay us back if you win your case; if unsuccessful, the repayment is waived Lawsuit Financial does not require monthly payments, credit checks, or employment history; we do offer competitive rates and fast approvals, usually within 24 hours. To learn more about our legal funding services call us toll free at 877-377-7848 or visit us online.

March 3, 2014

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Funding Helps Grieving Families Get On With Their Lives

Losing a loved one to an untimely death is never easy for those left behind. The grieving process is even more difficult when the loved one’s death was caused by someone else’s negligence or carelessness. While family members can file a wrongful death lawsuit, the expenses associated with the loss combined with day-to-day costs (mortgage, rent, tuition, car payments, utilities, food) can cause added financial and emotional strain to the family. Wrongful death lawsuit funding can help families survive by providing a measure of financial security while they await their settlement.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance meaning that if the plaintiff loses the case, there is no payback to the funding company required. The funding company is only paid back when, and if, a successful recovery is made. There are no lengthy applications and funding is advanced based on the value of the case, not on credit or employment history. Funding can be available in as little as 24 hours because the cash advance can be wired directly into the client’s account once a signed contract is received.

If you lost a loved one due to the negligence or wrongdoing of another and have filed a lawsuit, you may be eligible for wrongful death lawsuit funding. The quickest and easiest way to get started is to complete an online application. We know the business and we can get answers quickly. Don't wait till you can't pay your bills!

February 25, 2014

What Can Victims do about Medical Malpractice?

How does one determine the compensation to make up for losing two limbs? That’s what a Brooklyn jury deliberated for three days in a 2009 medical malpractice case in which a woman went to the hospital for laparoscopic removal of an ectopic pregnancy only to face a double lower leg amputation three days following her discharge from the procedure.

In the lawsuit, the mother alleged that doctors who performed the procedure punctured her intestines during the routine procedure which caused an infection that led to blood poisoning. When gangrene set in three days after the surgery, she returned to the hospital in excruciating pain. Doctors had to amputate both of her lower legs.

The jury found in the woman's favor and awarded $62 million in damages including $20 million for past pain and suffering, $38 million for future pain and suffering, and $4 million plus interest for medical expenses. The hospital says it will appeal the jury's decision claiming that the doctors acted responsibly based on medical evidence at the time. They claimed the injury occurred after the procedure and was related to an underlying bowel condition.

This case shows what happens when doctors are negligent when it comes to patient care. It also shows how long medical malpractices case can take to settle. Obviously, this young mother of a 13-year-old daughter would rather turn back the clocks than sue a hospital for damages. Yet, it is important to seek justice no matter how long it takes.

Going through an amputation is certainly not easy. The emotional, mental and physical stress is enough to deal with; the last thing she needs to worry about is how to keep up with her financial obligations. That’s where Lawsuit Financial comes in. We provide lawsuit funding to help plaintiffs withstand the litigation process and still be able to pay the bills. With her bills paid, this woman can focus on her herself and her daughter. It doesn’t matter that she is no longer able to work; we only care about the strength of the case. After completing an online application, one of our professional staff members will contact her attorney for case documentation. Once approved, she could receive the funds within 24-48 hours. If she happens to lose the case on appeal, she would owe us nothing; lawsuit funding is provided totally risk-free.

If you are the victim of medical malpractice, have filed a lawsuit, and need assistance paying your bills, contact Lawsuit Financial. We may have the mechanism you need to pay your bills, keep your credit standing, and fight for your rights.

February 24, 2014

Withstand the Appeals Process with Lawsuit Funding

Your lawsuit finally made it through a trial. You fought and you prevailed; the jury awarded in your favor. Congratulations! You can finally move on. Or can you?

Winning a hard-fought lawsuit can be a big relief for plaintiffs. Unfortunately, most plaintiffs do not understand that when they win their case at trial, it may not be the end of the road. What happens when the defense and insurance companies decide to appeal the verdict? The payout to the plaintiff is delayed and they are basically starting all over again; it could be another year or longer for a resolution. When the defense employs this delay tactic, what is the plaintiff to do if all finances have been exhausted, but bills must be paid?

When a judgment has been made, but an appeal prevents you from the money you need now, consider lawsuit funding. This non-recourse cash advance can help pay the mortgage, rent, medical expenses, and daily household bills, while your attorney works hard to successfully settle your case, a second time.

Applying for an appeal lawsuit cash advance requires no upfront fees, credit checks, or monthly payments. With an experienced staff that absolutely recognizes your individual situation, Lawsuit Financial promises to do everything we can to get you the financial assistance you need. Our funding is 100% risk free, meaning you only repay us when your case is won and the settlement is paid. If the case is ultimately lost, you keep the advance with no further obligation. Visit us online to begin the application process or call us for a free, no-obligation consultation.

February 17, 2014

A Recent Client Testimony Shows Lawsuit Financial Goes Above and Beyond

“The driver who caused my auto accident lied to the insurance company so no attorney would help me. My injuries put me out of work for six months and I didn’t have enough money to pay my bills. I decide to do some online searching for help and came across Lawsuit Financial, and I am glad I did. Not only were they able to find me an attorney to take my case, but Lawsuit Financial was able to provide me a cash advance against my pending claim. My attorney did more for me and my case than I ever expected and got me a favorable settlement in five months. Lawsuit Financial helped me pay some bills and continue with my medical treatment until my case settled. The staff at Lawsuit Financial was thorough and responsive to my calls and e-mails. They truly went to the end and back for me. I would highly recommend Lawsuit Financial to anyone in need of pre-settlement funding.” ~ J.P. Winston

About Us
Lawsuit Financial Corporation is a leader in the lawsuit funding industry and recognized by attorneys nationwide as a preferred choice for legal funding services. We are dedicated to securing lawsuit cash advances to plaintiffs based on case assessment only. Every case is thoroughly reviewed to ensure the highest probability of being funded. With a streamlined process, our professional staff works to ensure that each request for funding is processed quickly and efficiently, with funding available in as little as 24 hours. Lawsuit Financial prides itself on honest and exceptional customer service. Putting our clients, and their specific funding needs, first is our number one goal.

February 17, 2014

Lawsuit Alleges Kaiser Failed to Provide Timely Healthcare Because it was the Weekend

Last November, a man filed a $5 million lawsuit against Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group and Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States, Inc., alleging that he almost died when lab results revealed a “significant infection” in his spine, but he was not treated or even notified because it was “the weekend.” The suit claims spinal infection resulted in quadriplegia and left him permanently and completely disability. A $1 million lawsuit was filed by Wright’s wife Linda for loss of consortium.

According to the claim, Johnny Wright was diagnosed with “a wrist strain, back strain and inflammatory arthritis,” at Doctor’s Community Hospital in December 2010. Wright said he called a Kaiser nurse the next morning because he was getting no relief from the pain medications prescribed. At her suggestion, Wright went to a Kaiser facility where Dr. Shameem ordered an x-ray, blood count, and an injection of Toradol, then prescribed Oxycodone and Prednisone and sent him home. Wright said the blood count results reported that afternoon, indicated that he was suffering from a “significant infection,” but because it was the weekend, no effort was made to notify him of the lab results or to provide treatment. The suit alleges that Wright’s wife notified the advice nurse twice over the weekend reporting that her husband’s condition was deteriorating; he was lethargic, had a fever, and was suffering from severe arm and neck pain. She claims that one ever mentioned the lab results, and was told her husband should continue with the prescribed treatment.

On Sunday, Mr. Wright fainted and taken to a non-Kaiser hospital, but was transferred to Holy Cross Hospital the next morning, as requested by Kaiser Permanente. According to Mr. Wright, while under the care of Dr. Friesinger at Holy Cross he had "an apparent arrest,” and a code blue was called, and he was hemorrhaging from an ulcer caused by pain medications, including those ordered by Dr. Shameem.

A week after he was originally diagnosed at Doctor’s Community Hospital, Mr. Wright developed a high fever, fluid retention in his spine, and pain that required morphine. After he had undergone a series of tests, a radiologist noted difficulty reading his MRI and recommended repeating the test under sedation. According to the claim, the MRI was not repeated. Two days later, he was unable to move his lower extremities and had weak movement of his upper extremities. A repeated MRI revealed a progressive spinal infection as well as compression of the spinal cord causing permanent neurological injuries.

This is not the first time Kaiser has faced a lawsuit resulting from patient claims that they were harmed by Kaiser’s negligence in providing timely access to health services. In October, Kaiser was hit with a $4 million fine by the state Department of Managed Health Care for having "serious deficiencies," including lack of information for patients with mental illness and failing to ensure those patients were properly monitored.

I don’t know the financial status of the Wright’s resulting from Johnny’s permanent disability, but this case could qualify for pre-settlement funding. This case already extends back three years, and the suit was just filed in November. What if it takes longer than expected to resolve? What if the couple can't get a quick trial date or a quick, satisfactory settlement offer? They should call Lawsuit Financial or complete an online application. While no amount of money can replace what this couple has lost because of a delay in diagnosis or treatment, Lawsuit Financial can help with their financial obligations while the suit is pending.

Some victims and/or their families are too often left with mounting bills and few options. Lawsuit Financial was created to help plaintiffs during in such financially difficult times. Simply put, our pre-settlement funding program puts plaintiffs in a position to negotiate the highest possible settlement deserved. At Lawsuit Financial, we guarantee a case recovery equal to the amount of money we advance. Funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, so if a plaintiff loses the case, s/he owes us nothing! There is no need for a credit check or employment verification because we fund based strictly on the merits of the case. Once a plaintiff completes an application, we do the rest – contact the plaintiff’s attorney, obtain case documentation, and review the case for funding. A decision can typically be made within 24 hours of the necessary documentation is received, and if approved, funds wired in 24 – 48 hours. It’s that simple!

For further information on our unique legal funding program, call Lawsuit Financial toll-free at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848), or visit our website at www.lawsuitfinancial.com.

February 13, 2014

A Path to Financial Peace of Mind for Victims of Negligence

The loss of a loved one is a devastating event that can affect the lives of those left behind for years. When the death is due to the negligence of another person, the pain can be even greater.

Often thoughts of recovering money will be the furthest thing from the minds of a grief-stricken family. There is no question that money will not bring back a loved one, but standing up for the deceased often helps families begin to find closure and move on with the healing process. A case of wrongful death requires proof that the accused was negligent or caused the death, whether due to an auto accident, medical malpractice, or product liability. An experienced wrongful death attorney can help determine if viable action exists and the negligent parties involved.

Insurance companies will put their own financial interests first. They will delay, deny, and defend a claim hoping the plaintiff will become financially desperate and settle for a fraction of what the case is worth. A financially desperate plaintiff is not a positive influence on settlement negotiations.

Innocent victims don’t have to face the greedy insurance companies alone; an experienced wrongful death attorney and a reputable litigation funding company are available to help. While a case winds through the legal process, Lawsuit Financial can provide a stress-free way to make ends. With our lawsuit funding services, plaintiffs can level the playing field and wait for just compensation. With a lawsuit cash advance, they can pay the bills – mortgage, medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, tuition, household bills and avoid risking their credit score.

Applying for lawsuit funding is free and easy. Upon receipt of an application, the funding company will consult the plaintiffs’ attorney, review documents, and determine the strength of the case. Once approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Unlike typical bank loans, plaintiffs pay nothing until the case settles, not even an application or wire transfer fee. In the event the plaintiff loses the case, no payback is required. The lawsuit funding company assumes all risks.

Lawsuit Financial has removed immediate financial worries for hundreds of innocent victims. If you would like a FREE, NO-OBLIGATION consultation with an experienced lawsuit funding company, call us at 1-877-377-7848 or visit us online. We serve clients nationwide and will be happy to assist you. If you don’t already have an attorney, we can help find one in your area from our nationwide attorney database. This is also a FREE, NO-OBLIGATION service to you.

February 11, 2014

Get the Cash Advance You Need Today for the Settlement You Deserve Tomorrow

Have you lost a loved one due to a drunk driver, have filed a lawsuit, and are looking for compensation to pay your bills? You may be eligible for lawsuit funding.

Drunk driving appears to blame in the deaths of six innocent victims involved in a Sunday morning wrong-way accident. Witnesses said a red Camero was traveling north in the southbound lanes before moving east in the westbound lanes where the Camaro collided head-on with a Ford Explorer. A Ford Freestyle then crashed into the Explorer. Three people were ejected from their vehicles; the Camaro was barely recognizable. Two family members in the Explorer died at the scene; two others were declared dead at the hospital. Two passengers in the Camaro also died at the scene; one was the sister of the drunk driver, who remains in serious condition.

Officials believe the 21-year-old driver of the Camaro was drunk and traveling approximately 100 miles per hour at the time of the accident. According to a friend, she was a new mother and had been on a “girls’ night out.” Records show she has a prior conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol at the age of 17. She also has two other unidentified traffic violations. The restrictions on her license were lifted days before the fatal accident.

The families that have lost loved ones will be greatly affected both emotionally and financially, especially if the loss was the breadwinner. It could take months, even years for a settlement to be reach. A non-recourse lawsuit cash advance may help.

At Lawsuit Financial, we have helped hundreds of victims of drunk driving accidents ease financial burdens through our legal funding services. A lawsuit cash advance can supplement lost income and help pay for the mortgage. It can also help with daily household expenses such as groceries. Bad credit and unemployment do not matter when applying for lawsuit funding. We base our funding on the strength of the lawsuit only. Once your case settles, we are repaid from the proceeds of your settlement. If for some reason you don't win your case, the cash advance is yours to keep.

If you have lost a loved one due to a drunk driver, there is no reason to settle for a fraction of the value of your case. Contact Lawsuit Financial online or by calling our office to see how we can help; all cases get the same care and attention.

February 6, 2014

Choosing the Right Lawsuit Funding Company

No one expects to be the victim of an auto accident, defective product, slip and fall accident, or medical malpractice. When it happens, the results can be devastating physically, emotionally, and financially, as well. Filing a lawsuit is often the only means to seeking compensation for damages - medical expenses, lost wages, funeral and burial expenses, pain and suffering, and more. The problem is that the litigation process takes time, often years. In the meantime, serious injuries or the loss of a sole breadwinner could mean the inability to stay financial afloat.

When it comes to needing financial assistance during a pending lawsuit, many plaintiffs will turn to lawsuit funding. For some, this emergency cash can make the difference between keeping or losing their home, keeping the lights on, and putting food on the table. It can also provide financial leverage needed to achieve a much higher settlement. But, how do plaintiffs choose the right funding company among the growing number? Searching the Internet is definitely a start, but can be overwhelming. Radio and newspaper ads and TV commercials can be just as daunting. A referral from a family member, friend, or attorney is a good idea, but every case and financial situation is different.

It is important for plaintiffs to weigh all the options before selecting the best funding company for their needs. The right company can help plaintiffs understand lawsuit cash advances and help determine the best funding solution. To help, Lawsuit Financial has put together these helpful suggestions if you find yourself in this situation.

1. Be an informed plaintiff. When choosing a lawsuit funding company, be sure you understand all your options and ask questions throughout the process.

2. Look for a company that has been in business for some time; one that has weathered even tough economic conditions.

3. The costs of lawsuit funding vary. It is important to compare not only the rates, but terms and conditions. It is crucial to fully understand the repayment terms; reputable companies do not hide additional fees or term s in the fine print. Do not do business with a funding company that can’t tell you their rates or how much you will owe, or if the company can’t explain how their fee structure works so that you clearly understand.

4. The lowest rate may not always be the best deal. Does the funding company charge a fee even if the case does not successfully settle? A reputable company provides funding on a non-recourse basis meaning that if you lose the case, repayment is waived.

5. A quality funding company will not only thoroughly explain the funding process and provide a clear written agreement, but will encourage you to review the contract with his/her attorney before signing.

6. Despite what some funding companies may tell you, a lawsuit cash advance is expensive. Only borrow the amount that is absolutely necessary. A lawsuit cash advance should be for necessary expenses - paying the mortgage, utility bills, medical expenses, etc.

Once you have chosen the right lawsuit funding company for you, complete a one-page online application. Upon receipt, the funding company will contact your attorney for case documentation to determine the merits of your case. If your application is approved, funds can be wired into your bank account within 24 – 48 hours.

Lawsuit Financial hopes we have provided you some valuable information to assist you in making the best lawsuit funding decision possible. If you need financial help during your pending claim, call our office toll-free at 1-877-377-7848 or complete our online application; see if we are the right choice for you.

February 6, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Balances the Scales of Justice During Pending Wrongful Death Lawsuits

Losing a family member is difficult enough without considering a potentially enormous financial burden. When the litigation process extends longer than the finances can withstand, plaintiffs will often times turn to lawsuit funding.

A speeding driver failed to merge into traffic and lost control of his 2010 Chevy Cobalt. The vehicle skidded then flipped over before coming to a stop several hundred feet off the road down an embankment. The driver and one passenger were killed instantly.

An investigation is currently underway to determine if alcohol was a factor in this fatal auto accident. No matter the outcome of the investigation, the family of the deceased passenger should consult an auto accident attorney to discuss their rights and compensation for damages. After a wrongful death lawsuit is filed, the family may be eligible for lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is provided to plaintiffs in advance of their actual settlement so they can level the playing field, balance the scales of justice, and turn down inadequate settlement offers. This type of funding is often, incorrectly, referred to as a “lawsuit loan,” but it is not a loan at all. There are no application fees, monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verification. Most importantly, a lawsuit cash advance is only repaid if, and when, a case successfully settles.

The application process is easy; simply complete an online application to get started. If approved, the lawsuit cash advance will usually arrive within 24-48 hours of approval. Funds can then be used at the plaintiffs’ discretion, but is typical used to pay funeral and burial expenses, medical expenses, or important monthly obligations such as mortgage or rent payments and utility bills.

If paying the bills becomes a constant struggle, lawsuit funding may be the perfect solution during your litigation process. To learn more about lawsuit funding eligibility, call our office toll free or visit us online.

About Us

Lawsuit Financial Corporation is a leader in the lawsuit funding industry and recognized by attorneys nationwide as a preferred choice for legal funding services. We are dedicated to securing lawsuit cash advances to plaintiffs based on case assessment only. Every case is thoroughly reviewed to ensure the highest probability of being funded. With a streamlined process, our professional staff works to ensure that each request for funding is processed quickly and efficiently, with funding available in as little as 24 hours. Lawsuit Financial prides itself on honest and exceptional customer service. Putting our clients, and their specific funding needs, first is our number one goal.

February 4, 2014

After Four Years, Victims Finally Settle Tesoro Refinery Lawsuits

Families of six Tesoro Refinery workers killed on April 2, 2010 recently settled a wrongful death lawsuit for approximately $39 million to be divided among the families. The blast occurred when a 30-foot- long cylinder known as a heat exchanger ruptured, while workers were putting a parallel bank of heat exchangers back into service after cleaning. Ignited vapors caused an explosion and intense fire that burned for more than three hours. The plaintiffs claimed Tesoro deliberately ignored dangerous conditions at the refinery resulting in the blast. A separate suit is still scheduled for trial later this year.

The accident at Tesoro was the most deadly U.S. refinery incident since the 2005 explosion at BP Texas City that killed 15 workers and injured 180 others. Sadly accidents and tragedies like this cause serious and fatal injuries. In addition to the emotional and physical pain, these families may suffer financially. In cases such as this, where the plaintiffs appear to have a strong case, filing a lawsuit and waiting out the litigation process can take years. For those struggling financially to pay medical expenses, funeral expenses, and other bills, this time can be more difficult. Financial issues can largely be eliminated with litigation funding.

Often times, plaintiffs have mounting financial issues that force them to settle prematurely. Lawsuit Financial can help by providing immediate cash to cover emergencies or general living expenses. This affords time to wait for a higher settlement. Litigation funding is based solely on the merits of the lawsuit; credit rating or job status does not matter. The application process is quick and easy; if approved, the lawsuit cash advance can be available within 24 - 48 hours. Because litigation funding is a non-recourse cash advance, if the plaintiff loses the case, repayment is excused.

If you have filed a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit and need financial assistance during the litigation process, call Lawsuit Financial for a free, no-obligation consultation. Click here for more information or to apply online.

January 30, 2014

Driving and Multi-Tasking Don’t Mix

Driver distractions can be:

• Visual – taking your eyes off the road
• Manual- taking your hands of the wheel
• Cognitive – thought distractions

Although driving distractions are much more than texting or talking on a cell phone, all three distractions can be caused by a cell phone - texting or talking (visual); reading a text (manual); talking to someone on the phone (cognitive). Choosing to engage in such activity is risky, dangerous, and potentially deadly no matter how experienced a driver you are.

We know when the cell phone rings it’s tempting to answer, but driving is a skill that requires your full attention. Resisting the temptation to answer and focusing on the road will allow you to better react to the unexpected and potentially avoid an accident.

State laws have been changed to deter the use of the electronic devices while driving, but more laws are not the solution; common sense is. Keep your eyes on the road, your hands on the wheel, and your mind on your driving. At the end of the day, it is these practices that can make your drive safer.

Lawsuit Financial knows that no matter how safe you are, auto accidents can still happen. If you or a loved one has been injured by a distracted driver, contact an experienced auto accident attorney to understand your rights. If you file a lawsuit and need emergency cash to pay the bills, you may qualify for lawsuit funding. Simply complete our online application and we will go to work for you. With only case documentation, we can determine if you qualify. There is no need to check credit or employment; if you are unable to work due to injuries, no problem. Once approved, cash can be available for immediate use within 24 – 48 hours. Solving your immediate financial needs is really that simple with Lawsuit Financial.

January 27, 2014

The Real Impact an Auto Accident Can Have On Your Finances

What would an auto accident cost you – car repairs and maybe medical expenses; costs that would be covered by your auto insurance, right? What about your financial well-being especially if you must withstand a long litigation process?

Debt following an auto accident extends far beyond the initial impact. Typically, the more serious the accident, the longer it will take for a victim to crawl out from under a mountain of debt especially for those suffering debilitating injuries and unable to return to work. Thing about it – how would you pay the mortgage, rent, car payment, utilities, or even put food on the table?

An auto accident attorney can help victims achieve fair and equitable compensation by making sure the claim takes into account the totality of the accident and its impact on the victim. Unfortunately, the financial stress while waiting for a can be devastating, especially claims that take years to settle.

Lawsuit Financial wants to make sure plaintiffs remain financially secure as they put their lives back in order. We offer cash advances against a pending claim, known as lawsuit funding or litigation funding.

Lawsuit funding is a means for victims to supplement their income to pay the bills and avoid debt. Once a plaintiff applies for funding, Lawsuit Financial will review the application to determine if the case has merit. Decisions are usually made in 24 – 48 hours. Proof of income or employment does not matter and we don’t perform credit checks; funding is offered on the basis of case assessment only. Repayment is only made from the proceeds of the case once the case successfully settles. If the settlement does not occur or the client loses the case, they need not repay the cash advance.

Visit our website for more information or to apply for lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit Financial Corporation is a leader in the lawsuit funding industry and recognized by attorneys nationwide as a preferred choice for legal funding services. We are dedicated to securing lawsuit cash advances to plaintiffs based on case assessment only. Every case is thoroughly reviewed to ensure the highest probability of being funded. With a streamlined process, our professional staff works to ensure that each request for funding is processed quickly and efficiently, with funding available in as little as 24 hours. Lawsuit Financial prides itself on honest and exceptional customer service. Putting our clients, and their specific funding needs, first is our number one goal.

January 23, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Provides the Luxury of Time

Often times, auto accidents can lead to innocent people being seriously injured or killed. When the accident was due to no fault of their own, an experienced auto accident attorney is needed to protect the interests of the injured party; lawsuit funding company may be needed to withstand the lengthy litigation process.

A driver fell asleep behind the wheel causing a multi-vehicle accident. After nodding off, he rear-ended the vehicle in front of him sending it into a Ford Fusion. The impact pushed the Fusion into a light pole causing the pole to fall on a pick-up truck. The driver in the truck was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. The driver and a passenger in the Fusion remain in serious condition.

Investigators are still working to determine what happened. In the meantime, the victims may wish to consult an experienced auto accident attorney. The injured parties may be able to seek compensation for their injuries; the family of the man killed may also be able to seek compensation for the loss of their loved one. The family of the deceased may also be able to seek damages from the city if it is determined that the light pole was faulty and should not have fallen as a result of the accident.

After filing a lawsuit, if these innocent victims are faced with financial devastation, especially with lost income, how will they pay the medical bills or funeral expenses? How will they pay to repair their car or buy a new one? What about monthly bills such as the mortgage?

Victims often feel like David against Goliath. The defense (Goliath) can afford to drag out the lawsuit. The will make lowball offers to settle knowing the plaintiff will most likely face financial challenges the longer the case drags on. Fortunately, lawsuit funding can tip the scales in the plaintiff’s favor and ensure a fair outcome. By receiving a lawsuit cash advance, the plaintiff is able to pay the bills while their attorney builds a stronger case.

A lawsuit cash advance is not a “lawsuit loan”; if the plaintiff doesn’t recover, there is no need to pay back the money. There are credit checks, employment verification, an no payments to make. The advance is repaid from the proceeds of the settlement. If the plaintiff loses, the payback is completely waived. Applications can be approved in less than 48 hours because Lawsuit Financial makes its funding decision solely on the merits of the case.

If you have filed a lawsuit, you may have to wait years before your case is resolved. If medical expenses, lost wages, and daily-living expenses create an overwhelming financial burden, don’t feel pressured to accept an offer for less than you deserve. Lawsuit Financial may be able to get you the money you need, when you need it most. Call us today for a free, no obligation consultation.

January 23, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Provides Opportunities Otherwise Lost

What happens if a plaintiff can’t pay his bills on time, or at all? What if he defaults on his mortgage? Litigation funding companies provide a valuable service that aids plaintiffs with paying the mortgage, medical expenses, monthly household bills, or simply putting food on the table.

Here is an illustration how the funding process works:
James is seriously injured in an auto accident due to a negligent driver. He is unable to return to work and struggling financially, yet his lawsuit is months from settling. He is three months in arrears on his mortgage payments and the medical bills keep coming in. James has exhausted all help from family and friends. Facing foreclosure, his options are limited. He considered accepting the insurance company’s offer of $650,000, but his attorney advised against it. He considered filing bankruptcy, but although he would save his home, he would ruin his credit rating for years to come.

James contacted a lawsuit funding company who reviewed the merits of the case. The funding company approved him for a $3,000 cash advance and a contract was prepared and signed. Eight months later, his case settled for $1.4 million; the funding company was paid from the proceeds of the settlement.

Lawsuit funding gave James the opportunity to wait for a higher settlement without risk. If he had lost his case, repayment of the cash advance would have been completely waived because lawsuit funding is provided on a no-risk basis. Because there are no credit checks when applying for lawsuit funding, there is no impact to a plaintiff’s credit rating.

Lawsuit funding is not for everyone; every case must be individually weighed. But, for those with limited financial resources, settling early for less than full case value just to pay the bills may be a lost opportunity. Visit Lawsuit Financial online or call our office to determine if lawsuit funding is right for you and your case.

January 22, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Keeps The Lights On and Prevents Foreclosure

The financial stress associated with a lengthy litigation process can be devastating. When this happens, lawsuit funding can supplement income so plaintiffs can pay for daily living expenses and medical bills, avoid jeopardizing their credit, and focus on their claim.

Layne was seriously injured in an auto accident and unable to return to work as a remodeling contractor. Although he filed a personal injury lawsuit, the litigation process was moving slowly but the bills were piling up fast. “The mortgage was due, the car payment was due, and the utility bills were three months in arrears,” said Layne. “I was so worried we were going to lose our home and mu credit would be ruined forever.”

Layne consulted his attorney for options other than settling for less than full case value . That is when Layne turned to Lawsuit Financial for help. We provided a $2,500 cash advance which provided the time Layne needed to obtain the settlement he deserved.

At Lawsuit Financial, we have helped thousands of plaintiffs like Layne. Our funding services help plaintiffs through all stages of the legal process – trial, appeal and/or settlement. With our lawsuit cash advances, clients get the money they needed, when they needed it most. We require no proof of employment or income and credit checks are not necessary. There are no application fees or monthly payments; repayment is only due once the case successfully settles. If our client loses the case, they need not repay the funded amount or any interest.

If you need help easing the financial stress associated with a lawsuit, contact Lawsuit Financial by phone at 1-877-377-7848 or visit us online. The application process is quick and easy with our one-page online application. Our experienced funding representatives will guide you through the process and will work with your attorney to obtain necessary case documentation to review case merit. Once a funding decision is determined, if approved Lawsuit Financial will require a signed contract by you and your attorney. The cash advance can be available within 24 – 48 hours, with a check or funds wired directly into your bank account. If you are interested in learning more about lawsuit funding, contact Lawsuit Financial today.

Lawsuit Financial Corporation is a leader in the lawsuit funding industry and recognized by attorneys nationwide as a preferred choice for legal funding services. We are dedicated to securing lawsuit cash advances to plaintiffs based on case assessment only. Every case is thoroughly reviewed to ensure the highest probability of being funded. With a streamlined process, our professional staff works to ensure that each request for funding is processed quickly and efficiently, with funding available in as little as 24 hours. Lawsuit Financial prides itself on honest and exceptional customer service. Putting our clients, and their specific funding needs, first is our number one goal.

January 16, 2014

Freak, Yet Fatal Accident at the Car Wash

Many auto accidents are the result of human error, usually from negligent driving or driver distractions. They can also be the result of a mechanical failure or defect or when owners do not properly maintain their vehicle. When this happens, the owner of the vehicle and/or the manufacturer may be liable for the damages.

An investigation is ongoing into the cause of a fatal auto accident at a New York car wash. When police and EMS arrived on the scene, they discovered a car wash worker unconscious and unresponsive. He was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead.

According to preliminary reports, it appears the car wash employee was attempting to move a 2010 Lincoln Navigator forward for finishing details - cloth drying and wiping - when the vehicle unexpectedly accelerated, entered the road, and was struck by a Nissan Altima. The worker was ejected from the SUV upon impact, and then hit by the vehicle. Witnesses said the Navigator continued to move out of control until it struck a fire hydrant and came to a stop. The driver and a passenger in the Nissan were treated for minor injuries.

When a vehicle malfunctions and causes an accident, the manufacturer is most likely responsible for the damages The Toyota “sudden acceleration” cases are a prime example. However, sometimes liability lies with the manufacturer of some part used in the vehicle or even the vehicle owner if the cause of the accident was due to poor auto maintenance. An experienced auto accident attorney can help determine who is responsible and help the family receive compensation for their loss.

Determining liability can be a very complicated process; there are many factors to consider, including whether the owner knew or should have known of an impending failure, if the car was recently serviced, or even whether a part was negligently designed, manufactured, or marketed. No matter how this investigation concludes, the family should seek legal advice from an experienced attorney as soon as possible. They may be able to receive compensation for the wrongful death of their loved one and claim damages for pain and suffering, lost wages, medical bills, and other damages.

During this time, the family may face financial complications especially with unexpected funeral and burial expenses. Fortunately, Lawsuit Financial may be able to provide a lawsuit cash advance, known as pre-settlement funding.

Pre-settlement funding can provide the freedom to wait for the highest possible. We fund cases base completely on evaluating the merits of the case and unlike a bank, our clients pay us nothing until they recover compensation. If they lose their case, we waive the cash advance in its entirety. Applying for lawsuit funding can be done online or by calling one of our funding specialists. There are no costs or fees associated with the application process, which takes less than five minutes to complete. If approved, funds would arrive within 24 – 48 hours by check or wire.

Pre-settlement funding is not for everyone, but it is worth investigating if you face large medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, or simply need to pay the rent and put food on the table.

January 14, 2014

Case Study: Pre-Settlement Funding for a Slip and Fall Accident

Someone stumbles over a crack in the road, slips on a wet floor, of trips over an object. While many will get up, dust off, and continue on, others may suffer serious injury as a result of the fall. Contacting an experienced slip and fall attorney will help a victim understand his/her rights to compensation for damages incurred. Although the victim may have a valid claim, pursuing justice can take months, even years. How does an injured victim make ends meet while waiting for his/her attorney to resolve the case for its full value? How does the plaintiff pay necessary bills and expenses, plus the added medical and other expenses related to the injury? Let’s review a case study.

A woman was walking into a drugstore slipped on ice underneath an un-shoveled walkway. She bumped her head and landed on her hip.

Injuries
The injured woman was diagnosed with a mild concussion and fractured hip. She continues to suffer severe headaches and loss of memory; walking, even with a cane is painful.

Seeking Compensation
The woman contacted an experienced attorney and filed a personal injury lawsuit alleging the drugstore failed to properly clear the walkway after a recent snow and ice storm.

Financial Strains
Injuries left the woman unable to return to work and her savings were depleting quickly. Faced with foreclosure and a second surgery, she asked her attorney to settle the case at all cost. He explained that a quick settlement was not in her best interest, and referred her to Lawsuit Financial for a lawsuit cash advance.

Favorable Outcome
With the help of pre-settlement funding from Lawsuit Financial, the woman was able to have the additional surgery she needed, and her case ultimately settled for $625,000.

If you are the victim of a slip and fall accident and experiencing financial problems while waiting for your lawsuit to settle, don’t allow defendants to use 3D tactics - deny, delay, and defend - as a means of discouraging you from pursuing compensation. Learn about our pre-settlement funding services might help you.

January 14, 2014

Fatigued Driver Blamed for Fatal Accident

Drowsy driving can impair reaction times and cause people to make bad judgments, just as driving under the influence of alcohol can do. Some people overestimate their abilities and think they will be able to stay awake. Yet, fatigued drivers are often less observant and react slower to changes in road and traffic conditions. They may even fall asleep drifting off the road or into oncoming traffic.

Almost all of us have gotten behind the wheel feeling tired. Studies have shown people are most fatigued in the early morning hours between midnight and 6:00 am, and again mid afternoon, between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm. Sadly, a recent auto accident brought this problem to light once again.

The accident was reported just before 7:00 am, fitting the pattern of when many drivers may be dangerously fatigued while driving. A woman was in route to take her two small children to daycare before proceeding to work when her vehicle veered off the road and struck a tree. The woman was rushed to the hospital in serious condition; her two children died. According to police reports, when the woman began to run off the left side of the road, she allegedly over-corrected the vehicle and struck the tree. She was last reported to be in stable condition at a hospital in Richmond, Virginia. Her children suffered serious injuries and were airlifted to the hospital where they later died.

If you drive drowsy, you are putting yourself and others at risk. As the industry leader in auto accident lawsuit funding, Lawsuit Financial has seen first hand, the devastating results of an accident due to driver fatigue. Do not drive while fatigued, talk or text while driving, eat and drive, put on make-up or shave, or look at directions. Eliminating the risk will go a long way to preventing serious and fatal auto accidents.

If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of another driver, Lawsuit Financial recommends you consult an experienced auto accident attorney to understand your rights. Once you retain an attorney and file a wrongful injury lawsuit, if you are facing financial devastation, give us a call; you may qualify for a lawsuit cash advance, known as litigation funding.

A lawsuit cash advance is money against the future settlement and can help pay funeral and burial expenses, mortgage payments, car payments, and important expenses bills so you can wait for fair compensation. The application process takes less than five minutes. There is no cost to apply, no upfront fees, no monthly payments, no credit checks and no hassles. If you qualify for litigation funding, the money arrives fast, within 24-48 hours.

Obtaining litigation funding is a smart strategic move; it is a better solution than settling your valuable personal injury lawsuit for less than it is worth.

January 13, 2014

When Your Lawsuit is Pending and Your Finances Are Collapsing

If you lost a loved one in a construction accident, you may be able to seek compensation for your loss. Unfortunately, the litigation process can take years especially if the insurance company is denying, delaying, and defending the claim. During this time, victims struggling to pay bills may want to consider lawsuit funding.

Two separate wrongful death lawsuits have been filed following a construction accident in Montgomery, Alabama that killed two men working on a bridge construction project. The men died after the wagon lift they were in collapsed and fell 90 feet. Defendants named in both lawsuits include R.R. Dawson Bridge Company, Miller Formless Systems, an Illinois company that manufactured the equipment, and other currently unknown entities that may be responsible for the design, manufacturing, sale, distribution, or inspection of the equipment. The suits are seeking compensatory and punitive damages for families of the deceased.

These families may be struggling to pay funeral and burial expenses and ordinary household expenses especially if these men were sole breadwinners. In situations like this, if there is no life insurance, savings, or other funding sources, construction site accident lawsuit funding may be the answer. At Lawsuit Financial, we provide short-term cash to cover immediate financial needs and give plaintiffs and their attorneys the time to pursue a significantly higher settlement. Our cash advances are based on the merit of the case only. There are no monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verifications. Only when the case settles, does the plaintiff repay the cash advance. Because funding is risk-free, if the plaintiff does not successfully settle the case, the cash advance is waived in its entirety.

Lawsuit Financial has more combined legal and lawsuit finance experience than any company in this industry. We have underwritten thousands of these transactions and represented thousands more. Are you the victim of a construction site accident and need immediate cash while waiting for your case to settle? Rather than considering a less-than-favorable settlement offer, contact Lawsuit Financial for a free, no-obligation consultation or to apply. Call toll-free at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) or visit us at www.lawsuitfinancial.com. Your road to financial freedom could be just click or phone call away.

January 9, 2014

Can a “Lawsuit Loan” Really Help Me?

More and more plaintiffs are considering a “lawsuit loan” to help pay immediate bills and extend their lawsuit, so a higher settlement might be achieved.

First, let’s clarify; the correct term is lawsuit funding or litigation funding, and it is cash advance against a pending term. Once a plaintiff files a lawsuit, it can take months, even years, for the case to wind through the legal system. During this time, most plaintiffs can’t afford to wait without feeling some financial stress. When considering their options, plaintiffs should know and understand lawsuit funding at its benefits.

When a case drags on, a plaintiff may not have enough money to pay the bills. This is especially true if the person is unable to work, has limited income, or has ongoing medical expenses, all of which can make it impossible to exist financially while waiting for a lawsuit to come to an end. This growing financial burden makes considering a lawsuit funding a viable option for plaintiffs.

Lawsuit funding not only keeps plaintiffs financial stable, but it gives the plaintiffs’ attorney time to fight for justice. Unlike a bank loan, a lawsuit cash advance is provided purely on the strength of the case. There are no monthly payments and no repayment unless the plaintiff wins the case; funds provided are only paid back once the case successfully settles. Funding is provided on a risk-free basis meaning plaintiffs won’t owe a single penny if they lose their case.

Lawsuit funding can be a very powerful and helpful tool for plaintiffs seeking the highest possible settlement they deserve. If you are a plaintiff in a pending case and money is running low, you may wish to consider a lawsuit cash advance. Lawsuit Financial provides funding to a wide variety of cases, including medical malpractice, personal injury, slip and fall, and wrongful death, to name a few. Contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation or to apply. We are happy to help you bridge the gap from your injury/accident to case settlement.

January 9, 2014

Maximum Settlement Value and Financial Security

“I needed cash fast, but had nowhere to turn since I had been out of work for almost a year. Hearing about “lawsuit loans,” I talked to my attorney and he recommend that I call Mark Bello of Lawsuit Financial. Within 24 hours, I had the money I needed. For the first time since my auto accident, I was able to relax knowing my bills were paid. If you are going through a difficult time financially while waiting for your lawsuit to settle, I highly recommend Lawsuit Financial.”
- Barbara J.

Filing and waiting for a case settlement can take a long time. Insurance companies and big corporations with deep pockets will try to drag out the legal process by denying, delaying, and defending the claim. During this time plaintiffs can face financial burdens and consider settling too soon for too little, exactly what the defendant hopes will happen.

As more and more plaintiffs suffer from the weight of financial pressures waiting for their case to settle, attorneys are seeing how litigation funding can keep cases alive. With a non-recourse cash advance, plaintiffs can pay bills and put food on the table. Once the financial pressures are relieved, plaintiffs feel more secure in waiting out the legal process and achieve a much higher settlement.

The application process is quick and easy. There are no credit checks or employment verifications; funding is based solely on the merits of the case, nothing more. After receiving a completed application, the funding company will work with the plaintiff and their attorney to obtain case documentation such as accident reports, medical reports and injury information. Once the supporting documents are gathered and submitted, the case is reviewed to determine its merit. If the case is approved funding can be available as quickly as 24 hours. There are no monthly payments; repayment is made only after the plaintiff successfully settles the case. If the plaintiff loses, repayment is not required.

If you’re a plaintiff who is at risk of losing your home, car, or facing other financial burdens, don’t be denied the money you deserve by accepting an early settlement. There may be help in the form of a lawsuit cash advance from the experts at Lawsuit Financial.

January 7, 2014

Lawsuit Funding Prevents Financial Setback

Insurance companies are famous for low-balling accident victims. Don’t let that happen to you. Understanding lawsuit funding can be the case-saver you need, to get the compensation you deserve.

Anyone involved in a lawsuit knows the litigation process can takes months, even years. Personal injury claims and a lengthy litigation process can drain a plaintiff’s financial resources quickly especially for those forced to take time off work and who need medical care. Defendants know this and will drag out a case hoping to force plaintiffs to settle for less than they deserve simply because they need immediate cash. Even if a plaintiff has proven their case, settlement payments can take a considerable amount of time to be processed.

With the financial assistance of lawsuit funding, plaintiffs can live comfortably until the settlement check arrives in the mail. From mortgage payments and car notes to utility bills and living expenses, a lawsuit cash advance can provide peace of mind while the case is being actively disputed. The best part of a lawsuit cash advance is that there is absolutely no risk to the plaintiff. If the plaintiff does not win the case, repayment of the cash advance is completely waived.

If a personal injury has set you back financially, Lawsuit Financial may be able to improve your financial situation by providing immediate cash to withstand the litigation process. The process to obtain lawsuit funding is quick and easy; just visit us online to complete our one-page application. Employment is not necessary and we do not need to perform a credit check. The only factor to obtain funding from Lawsuit Financial is a case with merit. Once a case is approved for funding, cash can be available in less than 48 hours. Contact us today to learn more or to apply.

January 6, 2014

Litigation Funding Pays the Bills While Waiting To Recover Compensation

If you have been injured in an auto accident caused by a distracted driver, it is important to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney with a proven track record of recovering fair and just compensation for auto accident victims. During the litigation process, if you are struggling financially and need assistance with the mounting bills, it is equally important to speak with an experienced litigation funding company.

Lawsuit Financial provides non-recourse cash advances, known as lawsuit funding, in personal injury cases so victims can pay the bills – medical expenses, mortgage, auto payment, monthly household expenses – while waiting for the compensation they deserve. The benefits of lawsuit funding are:

No application fees
No monthly payments
No credit checks
No employment checks
No repayment until the case settles
No repayment if the plaintiff loses the case.

With the help of Lawsuit Financial, there is no reason to struggle financially. To learn more about our funding services, contact our office for a no-obligation, free consultation. You may also visit us online to apply.

December 23, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Is Always a Safe Option

Most personal injury victims find it hard to withstand the litigation process especially if they have missed work or lost their job, need surgery or other medical treatment, or can no longer meet their regular household expenses. Personal injury plaintiffs who need money while waiting for a lawsuit to be resolved and a fair settlement to be paid have very few places to turn. Lawsuit funding is a safe option.

With Lawsuit Financial, plaintiffs can receive immediate financial support. The process to obtaining lawsuit funding is simple, fast, and free. We do not look at credit history or financial status. A funding application is reviewed on case merit alone. There are no upfront fees, no credit check and employment is not required. The cash advance is repaid from the proceeds of your settlement, and only if the plaintiff wins the case. If the plaintiff loses, s/he keeps the cash advance and owed us nothing.

Why wait months or years while your case winds its way through the legal system? Let Lawsuit Financial eliminate the need to accept a minimal settlement offer due to personal financial pressures so you get the fair and just settlement you deserve. To learn more about lawsuit funding and take advantage of a portion of your award now . . . risk-free, apply online or call us today.

December 23, 2013

Teen Declared Brain Dead Following Tonsillectomy Complications

Tonsillectomies are the third most common surgery performed on children in the U.S., but just because a surgery is routine does make it safe.

To help with her sleep apnea, Jahi McMath underwent a routine tonsillectomy. After surgery, she seemed to be acting normal, even asking for a Popsicle to soothe her sore throat. Within a half-hour, Jahi started bleeding profusely from her nose and mouth. The bleeding lasted a few hours before the teen went into cardiac arrest. Doctors declared Jahi brain dead and wanted to take her off life support, but her family sought a court order to keep Jahi on a ventilator and obtain a second opinion. A hearing is planned today to appoint another neurologist.

Few details have been revealed about exactly what may have happened. There are risks involved in every medical procedure and not all poor results are due to medical malpractice. In order to determine if this family has a medical malpractice case, they should seek the advice of an experienced attorney. A medical malpractice attorney will review the medical records and determine whether Jahi’s condition is the result of medical malpractice, negligent treatment or just a normal risk or complication of a tonsillectomy.

If the McMath family files a lawsuit, they may face a long legal battle that they can’t financially sustain. If finances get in the way of seeking justice, Lawsuit Financial may be able to help. Non-recourse cash advances, known as lawsuit funding, help pay medical expenses and monthly bills while waiting for full compensation and justice. Our funding services level the playing field to help victims obtain every penny of damages they are eligible to receive. There are no fees associated with obtaining lawsuit funding, and repayment is made only after successfully settling the case. Lose the case, owe us nothing.

When faced with financial challenges during a pending lawsuit, contact Lawsuit Financial. Our application can be completed in less than five minutes by clicking here. Or feel free to call our office, toll-free, for funding questions or to discuss your case.

December 18, 2013

Bizarre Single Vehicle Accident Caused Massive Traffic Jam

When we think of distracted drivers, the first thought is typically teenagers who can’t separate themselves from their cell phones. But, teen drivers are not the only perpetrators and cell phones are not the only distractions.

Officials said a seven hour traffic back-up on I 270 was spurred by someone shooting off fireworks inside an SUV. But, that was not the only distraction. The 43-year-old driver was allegedly driving under the influence of prescription drugs at the time. She and her two teenage sons suffered serious injuries in the accident.

The Missouri Highway Patrol believes the driver became distracted and lost control after someone in the vehicle lit firecrackers and bottle rockets. The car went off the right side of the road, hitting a guardrail and two road signs. The inside of the vehicle went up in flames. Investigators aren't sure how or why the fireworks went off, but luckily, a bottle of lighter fluid in the glove box did not ignite.

The Highway Patrol said that it is not uncommon to receive calls of people shooting fireworks outside their vehicles. Whether that was the issue in this case is still unknown. What goes without saying is how dangerous this activity can be for yourself, and others.

Auto accidents can and will happen despite warnings, communications, acting responsibly because unfortunately some people are still negligent and irresponsible. If you find yourself or a loved one seriously injured, or a loved one dies as the result of another’s neglect, it is imperative to seek legal counsel immediately. Even so, you may be part of a very long lawsuit process causing financial strain on you and your family. During this long, legal, ordeal, ordinary expenses coupled with accident related expense and time off from work can cause financial disaster. You’re trying to recover from your injuries; financial difficulties just add insult onto injury. If you find yourself in this situation, lawsuit funding may provide the help you need. At Lawsuit Financial, we provide the money you need and time your attorney needs to make the legal system work for you. You no longer have to settle your case for less than it is worth to avoid the financial nightmare. We will make the impossible….possible.

Lawsuit Financial strongly supports restrictions on every driver distractions. We actively promote driver safety and publicly address the many driving distractions that exist in our daily lives. The more we educate, seriously educate, about the dangers of distracted driving, the better chance we have to improve the safety of our roadways. We also pledge to lend support to those who are trying to do something about this dangerous, life threatening, activity.

December 17, 2013

Imagine Obtaining Immediate Financial Relief for Your Lawsuit

Plaintiffs no longer have to wait years for their case to settle or resolve before realizing the compensation deserved. With lawsuit funding, plaintiffs can get a cash advance while the lawsuit is still pending.

A couple has been awarded $50 million in a 2009 wrongful birth lawsuit after alleging doctors failed to inform them their child had a 50/50 chance of a genetic defect. Their son, now five-years-old, cannot walk, is unable to speak intelligibly, and has an IQ of less than 70; he requires round-the-clock care.

The lawsuit named Valley Medical Center and Laboratory Corporation of America (LabCorp) as defendants after their son was born with unbalanced chromosome disorder, despite a genetic test which revealed that he did not have the rare disease. The couple said if they had been informed that the child had the condition, they would have terminated the pregnancy. The suit claimed that the Valley Medical took a blood sample and sent it to LabCorp for testing, but the hospital failed to provide instructions as to where the lab should look for the chromosomal defect, and the lab's employees failed to ask the hospital for the crucial information. As a result, the test came back negative for the disorder. The couple’s attorney also argued that Valley Medical was understaffed, and no genetic counselor was available at the time of the mother’s appointment. The jury held Valley Medical and LabCorp equally responsible; the settlement is the largest individual damages award in the state's history.

Lawsuit Financial is a legal funding company providing litigation funding to plaintiffs suffering the financial effects a medical error. Lawsuit funding is provided on a no-risk basis and is designed to help cover medical bills, ongoing care expenses, and lost wages as plaintiffs await their day in court. We offer a quick application and approval process; funds can be available in 24 –t 48 hours. We are only paid when the case settles, but because funding is no-risk, if the plaintiff loses, repayment is waived.

All that is needed to qualify is a case with merit and an attorney. There is no need for credit check or employment verification; after receiving case documentation we can review and approve applicants typically within 24 – 48 hours. If you are in a pending lawsuit and searching for lawsuit funding, complete our free, online application or call us today. Our representatives are always available to answer any questions.

December 16, 2013

Misdiagnosis Leads to Wrong Course of Treatment

Hospital errors are the eighth leading cause of death, with misdiagnosis and failure to diagnose as the two of the most common types of medical malpractice cases. Misdiagnosis can lead to a course of treatment that is inappropriate, and even dangerous.

A 52-year-old woman underwent almost a year of chemotherapy after being wrongly diagnosed with breast cancer. According to the lawsuit, the wife, and mother of two, found a lump on her left breast in February 2010. Although it a benign tumor, her doctor misread the pathology report. It was not until another biopsy was done in January 2011 that the error was revealed. A jury awarded the woman $650,000 in damages.

Whatever the root cause, medical misdiagnosis can have far reaching implications for those affected and their families. If you have suffered a catastrophic personal injury or have lost a family member due to a doctor, hospital or other medical provider's failure to follow basic standards of care, you, should not be paying for the doctor’s mistakes or negligence. If you or a loved one is living with the consequences of a doctor error or misdiagnosis, it is important to contact an experienced attorney who can protect your rights and get you the compensation deserve. In addition to pursuing justice for medical malpractice victims, you may experience severe financial hardship. When this happens, don't let money problems force you and your attorney to settle for less than you deserve; lawsuit funding could be the answer. At Lawsuit Financial, we are dedicated to helping injured medical malpractice plaintiffs financially survive during the long litigation process. Don't let money problems or a financial emergency force you and your attorney to settle your negligence case for a low-ball insurance settlement offer. With our funding services, plaintiffs can obtain a non-recourse cash advance to pay the bills while waiting for a much larger settlement. Once a settlement is reached, Lawsuit Financial is repaid. But, if the plaintiff loses, the repayment is waived. Unlike a bank loan, there are no monthly payments or credit checks, and you need not be employed. Funding approval is based on the merits of the case.

While litigation holds the healthcare industry accountable, it is also a reminder that the medical profession can’t hide behind their mistakes. Patient safety must be the focus for a better health system. Hiding and denying problems is not the right way to find solutions. Just like trial lawyers, Lawsuit Financial is always on the front line when it comes to promoting patient safety. We would much rather see a safer health system and never have to provide medical malpractice lawsuit funding.

December 16, 2013

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Funding Available for Families of Drowning Victims

Wrongful death lawsuits leave family members financially drained. To avoid this from happening, plaintiffs can sustain themselves with the aid of Lawsuit Financial. We have helped many plaintiffs who have filed wrongful death claims as a result of the negligence of wrongdoing of someone else; we may be able to help two Columbus, Ohio families, too.

Two separate wrongful death lawsuits have been filed against a Columbus, Ohio apartment complex where a man and young boy drowned. When a 5-year-old boy fell into an icy pond, a man driving by stopped to help. He jumped into the freezing water while others called for help. The lawsuits state that an hour passed before help arrived, but the 30-year-old man had already been overtaken by the water and died at the scene. The child was taken the hospital and put on life-support, but died three days later.

The lawsuits claim that the apartment complex failed to put safety measures in place, such as a fence or barrier to prevent small children from entering unsupervised. The suit states that although the complex marks the pond as recreational, owners failed to post signs or warn residents in any way of the dangerous conditions.

Lawsuit Financial can’t bring back their loved ones, but we may be able to help avoid financial difficulties until the cases settle. Wrongful death lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance which means that if the plaintiff loses the case, nothing is repaid. We only get paid if, and when, there is a successful recovery.

If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of someone else, and are seeking a lawsuit cash advance, contact Lawsuit Financial. We offer a flat rate for funding, no application fees, or monthly payments. After receiving your application and case records, we can approve a case within 24 to 48 hours. Visit us online to apply or call our office to learn more.

December 12, 2013

Qualifying for Lawsuit Funding

Plaintiffs are typically up against deep pocket defendants, who will deny, delay, and defend a claim. Unfortunately, your finances may not be adequate to pay the bills until your case settles. A legal funding company can help relieve the financial pressures and reduce the need to accept a settlement too early, for too little.

Lawsuit Financial specializes in providing lawsuit funding to plaintiffs in a personal injury or wrongful death claim. A lawsuit cash advance buys a plaintiff time by providing emergency cash when needed most, and levels the playing field to wait for a fair settlement.

The qualification process begins with an application from you and case documentation from your attorney. There are a few minimum requirements to qualify for lawsuit funding.

1. You must have retained an attorney on a contingency-fee agreement. That means your attorney agrees to work for you and agrees to get paid out of the proceeds of your case.
If you don’t have an attorney representing you, we would be happy to provide one in your area from out nationwide database.

2. You must have suffered a personal injury or lost a loved one in a wrongful death.

3 There is case documentation of the incident and injuries incurred (accident report and medical reports).

4. The defendant must be able to pay any claim awarded to you.

5. Your attorney must agree to the legal funding transaction and to repayment out of the proceeds of the settlement.

While the legal process is typically long and complex, our legal funding process is quite easy. Simply complete our one-page online application or call us toll free number at 877-377-7848. The approval process can take less than a day depending upon how quickly we receive case documents from your attorney. The application is reviewed, approved, and funded purely on the merits of the case. Once approved, you will be provided a contract to be signed by you and your attorney. When the contract is fully executed, funds can typically be wired into your bank account the same day. Lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis; if you lose your case, you are not required to repay the funds advanced.

If you are searching for lawsuit funding because you are having financial difficulties, contact Lawsuit Financial. We may be able to provide a financial barrier between full compensation and a premature settlement.

December 12, 2013

Climb Out of Debt with Lawsuit Funding

Lawsuit funding is often a good strategic move; it allows victims to wait for a fair settlement or court verdict rather than giving in to deny, delay, defend, confuse and refuse tactics of insurance companies.

Anyone who is involved in a lawsuit knows what a long and difficult process it can be. Bills can quickly mount, especially for those forced to take time off work or need medical care. When this happens, many plaintiffs feel forced to settle for less than full case value because they are at risk of losing their home, having their car repossessed, risking their credit, and facing a downward spiral toward bankruptcy. To help plaintiffs wait for the compensation deserved, Lawsuit Financial provides a no-risk financial solution – a cash advance against the pending claim.

With a lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs can pay their bills while their attorney fights for justice. More importantly, lawsuit funding can save a plaintiff’s credit score. Applying for funding is quick and easy with our online application. Funding is based completely on the merits of the case - not credit history or job status, and there are no upfront costs or monthly fees. Once approved, plaintiffs can often receive the cash within 24 hours. The best part of lawsuit advances is that there is absolutely no risk to the borrower. If the case does not settle in the plaintiff’s favor, the cash advance is theirs to keep.

A lawsuit cash advance is a wise choice for any plaintiff who is experiencing financial difficulties and no other source of money is available. If a personal injury has put you in a financial hole, Lawsuit Financial may have the ladder to help you climb out. With the financial assistance of lawsuit funding, you can have the time and resources that are needed while your case is being actively disputed. Don’t settle for less than you deserve. Find out what you need to know about lawsuit funding; it may be the case-saver you need.

December 10, 2013

Resort Promises Safety Improvements after Zip Line Shutdown in 2009

After three years of litigation, a wrongful death lawsuit filed against Heavenly Mountain Resort and other companies over the death of a man who fell from a chairlift has been settled for an undisclosed amount. The lawsuit stated that a 51-year-old man fell approximately 40 feet to his death in August 2009 after falling from the chairlift of a zip line ride. The suit alleged that the man was killed when a worn-out, 6,200-foot rope was picked up by strong winds and became entangled in the chairlift. The lawsuit alleged a combination of safety failures, including insufficient training and staffing, improper ride operation, inattentiveness and poor oversight. Additionally, the suit claimed Heavenly was operating the ride in strong winds exceeding a 30-mile-per-hour limit set by the manufacturer and did not regularly inspect the rope’s condition and tension as instructed by the manufacturer.

According to the plaintiff’s attorney, Jason Sigel, the monetary aspect was secondary for this family. “They were much more concerned with being able to hold Heavenly accountable, and are pleased with having been able to do that,” said Sigel. As part of the settlement, Heavenly admitted some mistakes and agreed to fix them before reopening the ride. Owners also agreed to change training, staffing, operating and drug-testing procedures and make various safety improvements, including regular equipment inspections and shutting down the zip line in high winds. The ride has been closed since the incident.

When a family has lost a loved one due to negligence, they have the legal right to seek compensation for damages. Being able to financially wait out the time it takes to seek justice is paramount. Complex cases such as this one can be financially draining. Fortunately, a lawsuit cash advance can provide financial security of paying bills while waiting for a fair and full settlement.

I don’t know this family’s financial situation, but during this long ordeal, they may have qualified for litigation funding, a non-recourse cash advance against their pending lawsuit. When a plaintiff is dealing will the loss of income and mounting unpaid bills, litigation funding can be the emergency cash needed while the plaintiffs' attorney focuses on seeking full compensation. Funding is based solely on the strength of the case; if the case is reviewed and appears to be winnable, the application will likely be approved with funds available within 24 - 48 hours.

At Lawsuit Financial, we feature an easy online application process, quick approval time, professional customer service, and affordable rates. Poor credit history or unemployment don't matter. Additionally, there are no application fees or monthly payments. No money is owed until the case successfully settles at which time repayment is made from the proceeds of the case. If the plaintiff loses the case, repayment is waived completely. Best of all, with Lawsuit Financial you only repay the cash advance if you win your case. Contact us to learn if your lawsuit qualifies for litigation funding.

December 10, 2013

Simplifying the Facts about Pre-Settlement Funding

When plaintiffs are stuck in a “waiting game,” it can be physically, emotionally, and financially draining. For those seriously injured and unable to work, or simply need help paying the bills until a settlement is reached, Lawsuit Financial can help.

Our pre-settlement lawsuit funding is more than a cash advance against a pending claim. It can be the lifesaver needed to avoid ruining one’s credit, eviction or foreclosure, and much more. Applying for lawsuit funding is quite easy; approval is based solely on the merits of the case.

The benefits of a funding through Lawsuit Financial are:
•No collateral.
•No credit checks. Even plaintiffs with no credit or bad credit can be approved for a lawsuit cash advance.
•No application fees.
•No upfront fees.
•No monthly payments.
•No proof of income or employment required.
•No payment due until the case successfully settles.
•No repayment in the event the plaintiff losses the case.

Our team of professionals will guide you through the funding process and get you back on your feet as soon as possible. Call us today and learn how Lawsuit Financial can help you through a difficult time.

December 5, 2013

Family Files Lawsuit Alleging Defective Product Caused Loved One’s Fall to Death

If someone you loved died due to a defective product, you should contact an experienced wrongful death attorney to understand your legal options. But resolving your case can take years, time you financially may not be able to withstand. For some people facing debt or risking their credit, lawsuit funding is a way to make it through the long litigation process.

The family of 28-year-old man working as a contractor on an expansion project at the South Central Grain and Energy facility in Buffalo Lake fell approximately 60 feet to his death. While the investigation is ongoing, his family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging that the man’s injuries were the result of defects in a lanyard and its components. The family said the victim was wearing a body safety harness attached to a lanyard when he fell, and the lanyard and a rebar hook were defective. The lanyard was manufactured by Honeywell International of Delaware, doing business as Miller Safety System and Miller Fall Protection. Honeywell and Miller Safety are both named as defendants as well as Pen Safe, Inc., the rebar hook manufacturer; CEEC Inc. of Wabasso, the general contractor for the project; and Valley View Electric, a subcontractor and the victim’s employer. Allegations include negligence, defective design, defective manufacturing, and failure to warn of dangers. The defendants deny the allegations.

Product liability lawsuit funding would provide this family the financial security of paying bills while waiting for a fair and full settlement from their claim. At Lawsuit Financial, we provide non-recourse cash advances to plaintiffs in pending lawsuits. We feature an easy online application process, quick approval time, professional customer service, and affordable rates. Other benefits include:

•A quick and easy online application; no application fees
•No credit check or employment verification
•No out of pocket costs; no monthly payments
•No collateral; all that matters is the merits of your case
•Fast approval and funding within 24 -48 hours in most cases
•Repayment only if you win your case; the cash advance is completely waived if you lose.

When a plaintiff is seeking lawsuit funding in a wrongful death case, they will have financial peace of mind with Lawsuit Financial. Begin by completing our online application or contact us to learn if your lawsuit qualifies for lawsuit funding.

December 3, 2013

Jury Awards $28 Millions in Fatal Drunk Driving Accident

A family that has lost a love one in an auto accident will be greatly affected both emotionally and financially. In order to receive a fair recovery, it could mean months or even years of negotiation and/or filing a lawsuit and going to court. If you have lost a loved one due to a drunk driver accident and are represented by an attorney, you may be eligible to receive lawsuit funding with Lawsuit Financial, a leading funding expert throughout the US.

A young woman died in 2009 when the vehicle in which she was a passenger was struck head-on by another vehicle. Her boyfriend suffered severe injuries and died seven months later from an overdose of pain medication. The driver of the other vehicle was driving under the influence at the time of the accident. His blood alcohol content was 0.226, nearly three times the state's legal limit of 0.08.

Four lawsuits were filed against the drunk driver and the Elks Lodge where he was able to consume unlimited beer during a gun bash. The suits claimed the driver was driving intoxicated and at a high rate of speed and the lodge allowed him to consume too much alcohol. The lodge provided self-serving kegs for the event; the suit claimed that no one was in charge to make sure people were not too drunk to drive.

The jury found the drunk driver 60 percent responsible for the accident and the Elks Lodge 40 percent responsible. The woman’s family was awarded $7 million; her boyfriend’s family received $8.3 million. $10 million in punitive damages will be split among the plaintiffs. The attorney for the Elks Lodge said an appeal is possible.

Many people who file lawsuits such as this use lawsuit funding to help stay financially stable during the litigation, and potential appeal, process. A lawsuit cash advance provides plaintiffs cash needed to pay living expenses and financial obligations while pursuing a settlement. There are no upfront fees, no monthly payments and no risk; repayment is only made if, and when, the case successfully settles. With our quick and easy application process, cash can be available in as little as 24 - 48 hours. Approval is based on the merits of the case; credit checks and employment do not matter. Repayment is made once the case successfully settles; repayment is excused if you lose.

If you are in need of lawsuit funding, contact us today. Lawsuit Financial will work with you and your attorney to secure a lawsuit cash advance as quickly as possible.

December 3, 2013

Family May Seek Lawsuit Funding In Wrongful Death Case Against Dairy and Transportation Company

When a family loses a sole breadwinner due to the negligence of someone else, they may be entitled to compensation for their loss. After consulting an attorney and filing a wrongful death lawsuit, if the family needs financial support to pay funeral and burial expenses and household expenses, as well as cover lost wages while the case is pending they should consider lawsuit funding.

The family of a young man crushed to death in September while working at a loading dock at a Goleta, CA dairy has filed a wrongful death lawsuit. The 21-year-old was working in the warehouse when he was pinned against the loading dock by an 18-wheeler tractor-trailer. He was later pronounced dead at the hospital.

The lawsuit alleges that the dairy and transportation company hired the driver despite knowledge that he was “an individual with a history of alcohol and drug abuse, and a history of operating automobiles and heavy machinery while under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.” The suit also alleges that the driver was not qualified or trained to drive the company truck, which he recklessly backed up while intoxicated.

Although the accident is still being investigated by the Cal/OSHA, the plaintiff’s attorney said two video cameras caught the accident on tape, clearly showing that the driver did not check to see that all workers were accounted for before backing up. The family is seeking monetary and punitive damages in excess of $25,000 for loss of economic earnings, reimbursement of hospital bills and funeral and burial expenses, as well as emotional distress. The victim leaves behind his mother, four-year-old son, and his long-time partner, who is the child’s mother. His mother and son depended on him for emotional support and income.

Wrongful death lawsuits in this kind of situation seek to compensate the family but also punish the business for negligence. Companies will usually try to settle quickly for far less than full case value. Plaintiffs with cash flow problems may be tempted to accept that first, insulting low offer. However, with lawsuit funding, they can level the playing field and wait for a larger settlement.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance against the future proceeds of a claim. The plaintiff only repays the advance once the case successfully settles. If the plaintiff loses, s/he keeps the funding advance; repayment is completely waived. When applying for lawsuit funding, there is no application fee, credit check, or employment verification; qualifying is based solely on the merits of the case. To learn more or apply, visit us online or call our office toll-free at 1-877-377-7848.

December 2, 2013

Two Lawsuits Filed Against Central Flying Service After Plane Crash

Airplane accidents are rare, but when they happen they usually cause serious injuries or death. If you or a loved one has been involved in an airplane accident, you may be entitled to compensation for damages. Litigation can take months, even years before a settlement is reached. It is difficult enough to suffer a life changing injury or the death of a loved from an airplane accident; the last thing victims should have to worry about is their finances. For those victims needing money now, a pre-settlement funding is a viable option.

A plane crash that killed the pilot and three passengers last January has resulted in two wrongful death lawsuits against Central Flying Service, Inc., owner of the aircraft. According to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), the pilot of the Beechcraft Bonanza A-36 missed his first approach to Monroe Regional Airport and was coming around for another attempt when the plane dropped off radar without any further air traffic communication or a distress call. The plane crashed and dove almost straight into mud while making a second approach. The impact created an 8-foot-crater and left debris spread over nearly an acre.

Although the NTSB has not issued a report on the accident, the lawsuits allege negligence stating that the pilot “was reluctant to pilot” on that day “but was pressured to do so by his employer and that Central Flying “negligently represented” to the passengers that the pilot was a qualified to make the flight. The suit also alleges that the pilot was flying too high to make a safe landing attempt and failed to maintain proper control of the plane, causing the accident.
Aircraft accidents lawsuits can typically last for years before a verdict or settlement is reached. Insurance companies will prolong the claim to force the plaintiff to settle for much less than they deserve. Often times, plaintiffs will accept a low offer to be able to maintain their financial responsibilities. Lawsuit Financial understands that when bills pile up waiting for a fair settlement may not be the best option. For this reason, pre-settlement funding may be the perfect solution. Our pre-settlement funding services are not based on your credit or work history but rather on the strengths and merits of your lawsuit. Most importantly, our plaintiff loans are non-recourse. This means if you do not win or settle your case you don’t repay your lawsuit cash advance.

Pre-settlement is often used to pay mortgage payments, car payments, groceries, rent, tuition and other necessary expenses caused by death or serious injury. A well-placed non-recourse cash advance will often prevent the plaintiff from being forced to settle early and cheap. Lawsuit Financial Corporation has more combined litigation and litigation funding experience than any other company in the lawsuit finance marketplace. We work fast to approve your funding application because we know time is of the essence. Typically, funding can be available within 24 – 48 hours of approval. We charge no application fees; our clients only pay us once their case successfully settles. If our funded client loses their case, the cash advance is waived. That’s right; you would owe absolutely nothing. Contact us today to learn more or to apply for immediate financial relief. We can be reached via our website at www.lawsuitfinancial.com or by calling 1-877-377-SUIT (7848).

November 25, 2013

Three New Lawsuits in West Virginia Gas Explosion

If you have been the victim of gas explosion resulting to the negligence or wrongdoing of another, you may seek compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. You may also qualify for pre-settlement litigation funding.

In December 2011, a natural gas explosion in Sissonville, West Virginia set several homes on fire and badly burned a section of Interstate 77. The explosion occurred in a 20-inch transmission line owned by NiSource, Inc., parent of Columbia Gas.

Seven lawsuits were filed against Columbia Gas Transmission LLC earlier this year. Three new lawsuits were filed against NiSource, Inc. and Columbia Gas for injuries allegedly sustained from the explosion. The latest lawsuits claim as a result of the explosion, the plaintiffs were forced from their properties and have been required to relocate to new homes. The plaintiffs claim the defendants’ breach of duties was the cause of the injuries and damages suffered by the plaintiffs.

The suit states that the defendants:

•failed to inspect, maintain, operate, repair and/or monitor the gas transmission pipelines

•failed to ensure that the gas transmission lines were safe for use and had not corroded to the point of failure.

•had a legal duty to exercise the utmost care and diligence in maintaining and operating the gas pipeline.

•breached their legal duties by failing to exercise care in its operation and maintenance of the gas pipeline and failing to inspect the gas pipeline.

•were or should have been aware of the extensive corrosion existing on the gas transmission pipeline and the 70 percent reduction of its original thickness since it was originally installed in 1967.

The plaintiffs are seeking compensatory and punitive damages.

These families may wait several more years for a settlement to be reached. This long, hard battle to reach justice may place an additional financial burden on them. In order to avoid financial hardship, Lawsuit Financial provides pre-settlement funding to prevent plaintiffs from settling for less than full case value.

Pre-settlement funding gives plaintiffs and their attorney the fighting chance to receive the compensation that’s rightfully yours and puts plaintiffs in a better position to obtain the maximum amount of money for their lawsuit. The transaction is risk-free and clients often obtain money within 24 - 48 hours. Funding is provided on a non-recourse basis and is completely contingent on the outcome of the lawsuit. If the lawsuit fails, the cash advance is completely excused. There are no upfront fees and no monthly payments. Credit and employment do not matter because we focus on the case and the case, alone. And remember, if you lose your case, you do not repay the "lawsuit loan". It really is risk-free legal funding. Contact Lawsuit Financial and see how we can help.

November 21, 2013

Emotional Scars Will Never Fade, but Family Finally Obtains Justice In Wrongful Death

In 2009, a family of five was on their way to Oregon to celebrate Thanksgiving with relatives when their SUV slammed into the back of a big rig in LA County. A nine-year-old girl and her eleven-year-old brother were the sole survivors; the boy died last June. The family filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the driver of the truck and his employer alleging negligence. The plaintiff’s attorney said the driver of the SUV was trying to reach the shoulder of the road after he struck debris on the highway, but the truck was parked on the same shoulder with no visible lights. The plaintiff said the trailer lights and emergency flashers were off, as well as the emergency reflectors, all of the actions were in violation of existing laws governing big rigs. Additionally, the suit stated that the driver pulled over to sleep, despite written warnings that stopping there was only allowed in emergencies. The defense argued that the trucker had only stopped briefly and the driver of the SUV fell asleep at the wheel. A jury recently awarded in favor of the plaintiff for $150.75 million.

Although justice has finally been served, it took four long years. During this time, the family may have been struggling financially. There were three funerals, plus all the cost associated with carrying for two young children. A lawsuit cash advance may have helped the family cope with some of the expenses while awaiting a fair resolution.

Lawsuit Financial Corporation provides non-recourse legal funding for survivors who pursue wrongful death litigation. If you lost a loved one in an auto accident, it is important to first contact an attorney to understand your rights. Next, contact Lawsuit Financial to apply for lawsuit funding if you need help taking care of life's necessities, such mortgage, rent, car payments, tuition, medical expenses, and funeral expenses. In most cases, lawsuit funding is readily available within 24 - 48 hours. There are no fees to apply, no credit check, no job requirement, no payments to make. And, if you lose the case, you keep the money free of charge. Call or visit us online to learn more about our no risk litigation funding.

November 19, 2013

Cruising with Pornography Leads to Fatality

Here is a tragic reminder of the risks associated with distracted driving and how taking our eyes off the road, even a few seconds, can be deadly.

A truck driver slammed into three police cars at 65 miles per hour. The cruise control was activated and the driver was distracted by porn on his cell phone. A police officer writing a report at the time was pronounced dead on the scene of the accident. Cell phone records revealed that the 33-year-old truck driver had been looking at female escort sites, porn sites, Facebook and YouTube when the accident occurred. The trucker allegedly placed his wallet over the phone in an attempt to hide it from his company's dash camera.

The deceased police officer's family might choose to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit against the truck driver. It is important that they contact an attorney that specializes in auto accident lawsuits. During the litigation process, if the family is suffering financial hardship lawsuit funding can provide interim support to pay the bills.

Lawsuit funding can give the family financial leverage against the insurance company and prevent them from being forced to take an inadequate settlement offer. With the financial pressure removed, there is no need to resolve the case for less than the full case value.

If you have lost a loved one in an automobile or truck accident, it is important to first contact an experienced attorney. If you don't know or can't locate an attorney in your area, Lawsuit Financial will be happy to provide a referral from our nationwide database. If the household bills and funeral expenses are piling up and you are facing financial devastation, we can help with that too.

Our legal funding application process is quick and easy; approval can take as little as 24 – 48 hours. There are no application fees, no credit check, no job requirement, and no monthly payments. If you lose the case, you keep the money free of charge because lawsuit funding is no risk to the plaintiff. You have nothing to lose with our legal funding services, only the potential to gain a much larger settlement. Call us at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) or visit our website for a free, no-obligation consultation.

November 14, 2013

Three Workers Suffered Moderate to Serious Injuries in Industrial Accident

Personal injury lawsuits resulting from an industrial accident are a way to seek compensation for pain, suffering, lost wages and medical bills; they are also a means to hold a business accountable for negligence. Serious injuries can mean a victim is temporarily or permanently unable to work, maybe disfigured for life. If the injured party has retained a personal injury attorney and filed a lawsuit, s/he may be wish to seek lawsuit funding to pay the bills while waiting for a fair settlement.

Three Tesla Motors employees suffered second-degree burns when a low-pressure aluminum casting press failed spilling hot metal on the workers. The most seriously injured worker received chest and upper-body burns. The accident happened at the company's Fremont factory. An investigation is underway, but the Fremont Fire Department confirmed that there was no fire or explosion in the plant and considering the incident an industrial accident.

Most industrial accidents are dealt with under the auspices of workers’ compensation law. That’s the general rule of thumb, but there are exceptions. One of those is if the accident was due to a defective piece of equipment or negligence on the part of someone other than the employer. If that is the case in this accident, the victims may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit. If the injured have a cash flow issue that makes it difficult to pay the bills while waiting for a fair settlement, they may want to consider receiving lawsuit funding.

The application process is simple. If approved, the lawsuit cash advance can be used for whatever the funded client chooses, but typically is used to pay medical expenses, household bills, mortgage, or simply to put food on the table. Unlike a bank loan, there are no monthly payments or credit checks, and employment is not important. To take advantage of lawsuit funding, contact the professionals at Lawsuit Financial.

November 12, 2013

What to Do When Accepting a Lawsuit Settlement Offer is Not in Your Best Interest

There are two main reasons people file lawsuits - to be compensated for damages resulting from someone else’s negligence and to bring awareness to prevent the negligence from happening to someone else. But, it is unrealistic to think that the wrongdoer will concede negligence and pay a victim fair compensation without a fight.

Resolving a claim can be exhausting; reaching a settlement is only half the battle. Yet, waiting for a fair settlement can be overwhelming physically, emotionally, and financially, especially for victims out of work or who lost a sole breadwinner. This is one reason why plaintiffs seek lawsuit funding against their case - they can’t afford to wait.

When a plaintiff wants to disregard a low settlement offer, s/he can seek monetary support through the legal funding services offered by Lawsuit Financial. Lawsuit funding is a cash advance which helps supplement finances so plaintiffs can pay outstanding bills and prevent a bad credit history while waiting for justice and a fair settlement.

Applying for a lawsuit cash advance is absolutely free! Furthermore, there are no monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verification. Once Lawsuit Financial receives an application, we begin the review process by talking to the plaintiff and requesting case documentation from the plaintiff’s attorney. If the funding application is approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Another great feature of lawsuit funding is that a plaintiff is only required to repay Lawsuit Financial if s/he wins the case. However, if the plaintiff loses the case s/he owes us nothing.

Why live in fear of losing more than you already have from someone’s negligence. Stay financially afloat with the help of Lawsuit Financial. Visit us online or call our office to understand how lawsuit funding can help you and your case.

November 11, 2013

Auto Accident Plaintiffs: We Take the Risk, You Take the Cash

Plaintiffs in a pending lawsuit, who need emergency cash until their case settles, may find relief with lawsuit funding.

George was rear-ended as he waited at a red traffic light. He suffered serious injuries requiring over a year of physical therapy and rehabilitation. During this time, George was unable to work. His wife was only working part-time and they had three young children. George filed a personal injury lawsuit, but the insurance company denied the claim and continuously dragged their feet. George and his family were at the risk of losing their home, but had no where to turn for financial support.

Upon the advice of his attorney, George applied for lawsuit funding. We reviewed his case within 24 hours and were able to provide the funds George needed to keep his home and pay some past due bills. With the help of our funding services, he was able to hold the negligent driver accountable, and wait for full and just compensation.

If you are an innocent victim like George, and need fast cash during a lengthy legal process, apply for auto accident lawsuit funding with Lawsuit Financial. We understand the financial difficulty many plaintiffs face - due to no fault of your own. Our dedicated staff is trained to handle your needs, but more importantly we have a fast approval process; typically 24 hours after receipt of all necessary documentation.

To get started, complete our online application or call our office tool free. We will contact you the same day to discuss your case and the request necessary documentation from your attorney. If your case is approved, we will prepare a contract for your signature. Once the contract is fully executed, Lawsuit Financial will wire the funds directly into your bank account. You pay no monthly fees; in fact nothing is due until you successfully settle your case. Best of all, if you lose your case, you owe us nothing because we take the risk and you take the cash. For more information on our legal funding services, call Lawsuit Financial too-free at 877-377-7848 or visit us online.

November 11, 2013

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed in Death of Woman Killed In Santa Monica Airport Crash

Airplane crashes, are usually catastrophic resulting in serious injuries and death to passengers and crew aboard the plane. When a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit is filed, plaintiffs may seek pre-settlement lawsuit funding to financially withstand a lengthy litigation process, and potential appeal.

A twin-engine Cessna Citation went off a Santa Monica Airport runway, collided with a runway sign, and crashed into a hangar. The plane hangar collapsed on the plane, which then caught on fire. The pilot, his son, and three passengers on board died at the scene. The cause of the accident remains unclear; NTSB officials said the pilot never contacted authorities about a problem and there was no airplane debris on the runway. A preliminary investigation into this September fatality has provided no clues as to why the aircraft crashed.

The family of one of the passengers has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the estate of the pilot, and a real estate/aircraft management company, alleging the pilot was negligent in maintaining, controlling, and landing the aircraft. The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages.

This case may take a year or longer to resolve. Pre-settlement lawsuit funding, is an emergency cash advance to assist plaintiffs in getting back on their feet, financially, after losing a loved one or suffering a devastating injury. No one should have to face the choice of losing their house or losing their case. Pre-settlement lawsuit funding is often used to pay mortgage payments, car payments, groceries, rent, tuition and other necessary expenses caused by death or serious injury. Once those important financial obligations are taken care of, victims are able to stay the course in their litigation; they are able to see the case through to a fair and just conclusion.

Lawsuit Financial Corporation has more combined litigation and litigation funding experience than any other company in the lawsuit finance marketplace. There is no credit check, no monthly payments to make, no upfront fees and no employment requirements. Our lawsuit funding is contingent upon the outcome of the case – if the case is successful, we are repaid the principal plus profit. If your case fails, you owe us nothing. We provide free, no-obligation consultations to plaintiffs; if you are seeking legal funding call 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) or visit us online at www.lawsuitfinancial.com.

November 7, 2013

Driver Impairment Leads to Fatal Auto Accident

If you lost a love one in a fatal auto accident and considering a lawsuit cash advance, contact Lawsuit Financial. We provide pre-settlement funding so plaintiffs can wait out the legal process to seek justice and compensation deserved.

The family of a teenager has filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging driver negligence. The accident happened in September 2012 when a 2004 Nissan Altima overturned and hit a parked car. The 19-year-old passenger was thrown from the vehicle; she died at the scene. After analyzing skid marks on the road, Alabama State troopers estimated the driver was traveling at least 70 miles per hour, which has a posted limit of 45 miles per hour. The driver admitted he was driving under the influence of alcohol and marijuana at the time of the accident.

While pursuing the lawsuit for full compensation, the family may be facing a financial situation where immediate cash is needed to pay bills. This emergency financial assistance may come in the form of a lawsuit cash advance, known as auto accident lawsuit funding.

Automobile accident lawsuit funding can relieve any financial pressure to settle the case too early, for too little. While waiting for their attorney to obtain justice, lawsuit funding can be used to help pay monthly bills, funeral and burial expenses, and other bills. Job status or credit ratings do not matter; all that matters is the quality of the case. If the plaintiff qualifies for funding, cash can be available in as little as 24 hours. At Lawsuit Financial, we take all the risk; if the case does not resolve in this family’s favor, we will excuse the debt.

Pre-settlement funding is easy to apply for online or by phone. If you are fighting for compensation in a wrongful death (or personal injury) auto accident and struggling financially while the insurance company drags out the case with deny, delay, and defend tactics, don’t be forced to accept less than fair settlement. Let Lawsuit Financial help you when you need it most.

November 5, 2013

Litigation Funding Helps Families Cope Financially During Lawsuit

Anytime someone loses a loved one, it is devastating both emotionally and mentally. It can be financially shattering, as well. A wrongful death lawsuit will never bring the loved one back, but it can bring some justice and prevent the wrongdoer from harming others. Unfortunately, the legal process can be lengthy; an appeal results in further delay, further uncertainty, increased financial distress. When the family suffers a financial setback, litigation funding may help.

That period between filing the lawsuit and settling the lawsuit can be months, even years, and the financial problems that result from these delay tactics can be devastating. That is why litigation funding is such a valuable service; a lawsuit cash advance or a series of advances can bridge the gap between lawsuit filing and lawsuit success.

At Lawsuit Financial, we recognize your circumstances and try to rectify them with interim legal funding while you wait for your case to settle, fully and fairly. Thanks to this service, a plaintiff is able to get through a tough financial time rather than being forced to accept an inadequate offer from a greedy insurance company looking to settle for as little as possible.

Lawsuit Financial Corporation has been providing cash-strapped plaintiffs with legal finance services for over 14 years. We have more combined legal and legal funding experience than anyone in this industry. Applying for a lawsuit cash advance is quick and easy – online or over the phone. Our experienced staff works closely with our clients to obtain the necessary proof to approve applicants and also in obtaining financing arrangements that are right for their particular circumstances. We also do everything in our power to fund applicants within 24-48 hours of approval. Don't settle too soon, for too little; apply for litigation funding from Lawsuit Financial and get full and fair compensation. The call or visit is free; the advice is priceless.

November 4, 2013

What Happened In the Dentist Office

Dentists must use the utmost care to protect their patients from harm, especially when using general anesthesia or conscious sedation. Negligence involving anesthesia can have serious, even deadly consequences to patients if not administered properly.

It was three-years-ago when Kelsey decided that avoiding a dental visit was no longer possible. After finding a dentist that does conscious sedation, she made an appointment. After Kelsey’s first visit, she returned the next day for a routine dental procedure. Her mother, Debbie, dropped Kelsey off at the dentist office and was told someone would call when Kelsey could be picked up. After two hours, Debbie was told that Kelsey was not done yet, but everything was going fine. That afternoon when Debbie picked up her daughter, Kelsey was so lethargic that she could not walk. Debbie was assured that Kelsey was fine and the sedation would wear off soon. Debbie noticed Kelsey’s condition was not improving and tried several times to reach the doctor. At 10 p.m., the dentist once again assured Debbie that her daughter was fine. “He told me, 'A lot of patients have this problem. She'll wake up in the morning saying she'd have the best sleep she'd ever had,'" Debbie said. With that assurance, they didn't go to the emergency room. Debbie’s worst nightmare came the next morning when she discovered Kelsey was not breathing. She called 911, but it was too late.

Shortly before Christmas that year, Kelsey’s parents received a phone call out of the blue suggesting the couple look into what really happened at their daughter’s dental appointment. After some investigating, the couple filed a wrongful death lawsuit. The suit alleged that the Dr. Jones failed to gather medical information about Kelsey, especially information related to her diabetes and bad reactions she had to sedation in the past. The lawsuit also alleged that Kelsey was taken to the bathroom at the dental office and left alone, only to be later found unconscious on the bathroom floor. Experts testified Jones gave Kelsey too much of the sedative and he failed to test her blood sugar before giving her sugar to combat sickness. Dr. Jones denied all allegations. The couple settled their wrongful death lawsuit for an undisclosed amount.

Dental malpractice claims are a way patients who have suffered injury due to negligence can seek and obtain compensation for their losses. At times, wrongful death claims may also be filed due to a death caused by the negligence or wrongdoing of a dentist. Although families, like Kelsey’s, can never undo what has already been done to a loved one, they can take legal action to protect their rights and to make sure the negligent dentist is held accountable. When a claim drags on longer than a plaintiff can financially handle a lawsuit funding company can provide a cash advance to pay the bills. This non-recourse cash advance requires no upfront fees or monthly payments. No money is repaid until the case successfully settles, and if it does not the cash advance is completely waived.

In order to be considered for lawsuit funding, a plaintiff must complete a one-page application online or over the phone. Next, case documentation is obtained from the plaintiff’s attorney. Then, the case is reviewed, and if approved, a contract prepared and signed. Funding will be available for use within 24 – 48 hours of approval.

A lawsuit is often times the only means to save someone else from a similar fate. Don’t let a negative financial picture force you to settle for less than you deserve. Contact the legal funding experts at Lawsuit Financial. We are hear to help you.

November 4, 2013

Pre-Settlement Lawsuit Funding Can Yield Full Compensation in Pedestrian-Auto Lawsuit

Pedestrians who suffer harm because of a negligent driver have damage-recovery options to consider. For example, a 60-year-old man was killed in an auto-pedestrian accident. The man was in a marked crosswalk when he was hit by a driver that failed to yield. While the accident remains under investigation, the victim’s family should seek advice from and experienced attorney. His loved ones may be entitled to funeral and burial costs, the loss of income, pain and suffering, and loss of consortium. Once a lawsuit if filed, the family can apply for pre-settlement lawsuit funding if they need help meeting financial obligations.

Pedestrian accidents can be difficult to handle and claims may be litigated over several months or years before being resolved. Pre-settlement funding helps the plaintiff withstand the legal process and wait for full case settlement. Unlike a bank, pre-settlement funding companies do not require collateral, credit or employment checks, or monthly payments. If you have a viable personal injury or wrongful death case and are represented by an attorney, you may qualify. Once your application is received, the funding company will contact your attorney–often the same day–to obtain case documentation. If the application is approved, cash can be ready for immediate use within 24 – 48 hours. Funding is provided on a non-recourse basis meaning repayment is made only when the case successfully settles. Should you lose your case, you owe us nothing.

Lawsuit Financial is ready to help you with your financial obligations. All you need to do is apply online or call our office; we will do the rest.

October 31, 2013

Teen May Have Avoided TBI if City Installed Sidewalks Sooner

Bicycles use the same roads as vehicles, but unsafe roads can cause bicycle accidents and the resulting injuries can be devastating especially when the bicyclist is not wearing a helmet and collides with a moving vehicle.

A teenager is recovering from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) he suffered after he slammed into a trailer being pulled by a truck. According to the police, it appears the 13-year-old teen was riding back and forth from the street to the grass. Apparently, he did not see the truck passing him when he veered back into the street, hitting the tire of the trailer. The boy lost control and was thrown from his bike, hitting his head on the pavement. The teen remains in intensive care, but no longer needs a breathing tube; he can now eat and talk on his own. Police said he was not wearing a helmet. It does not appear the driver of the truck was negligent in the accident.

Residents blame the lack of sidewalks for the accident. The city says sidewalks are an upcoming project, but won’t be installed until sometime in 2017. How many more serious accidents, or deaths, will happen in the area over the next four years? If that road was new, it may never have been approved, but since it is an existing road that has been there forever, it continues to be dangerous to pedestrians and bicyclists.

When substantial risk exists, such as a poorly designed road, the government entity may be held responsible for harm. In order to be successful at holding the government responsible, the plaintiff needs to show that a dangerous condition existed, but proving so can be a long legal process and difficult to prove. Even with the best attorney, such lawsuits can take years to resolve.

How do you make ends meet during this difficult time? How do you survive, financially, to do battle with a well-financed insurance company with all the time and money in the world? Lawsuit Financial has the resources to provide you with pre-settlement funding, a cash advance to help cover mounting medical bills, and any basic, everyday living expenses. Best of all, our funding services are provide on a non-recourse basis, so if you suffer the misfortune of losing your case, you owe us nothing. Take the time to contact us about your case and to learn more about your options with Lawsuit Financial.

Take the time to contact Lawsuit Financial about your case and to learn more about pre-settlement funding options.

October 29, 2013

You Are Not Helpless With Lawsuit Financial

Innocent victims of an auto accident have the right to seek compensation from the negligent party for medical expenses, physical therapy and rehabilitation, loss of income, and pain and suffering, and other expenses. After filing the lawsuit, a plaintiff may wait months, even years for trial. The wait for a settlement can seem endless especially if the victim has been seriously injured and unable to work. Without the means to stay financially afloat, plaintiffs may be pressured to settle too soon for too little. This is one of the biggest mistakes a plaintiff can make. However, with the help of Lawsuit Financial plaintiffs can persevere against any delay and wait for fair compensation.

While the lawsuit is pending, Lawsuit Financial can provide a plaintiff with a lawsuit cash advance, known as lawsuit funding. This advance helps the plaintiff take care of immediate financial needs such as medical expenses, mortgage payments, rent, auto payments, and monthly household bills. When the financial pressures are removed, the plaintiff has the staying power to see his/her case through to obtain the higher possible recovery deserved.

Although banks and other financial institutions may be less costly, they typically will not provide a loan against a lawsuit. Additionally, banks require a credit check, monthly payments, and employment history. On the other hand, Lawsuit Financial requires none of these. As long as a lawsuit has been filed and the plaintiff is represented by an attorney, he/she is eligible to for lawsuit funding. Best of all, the advance does not need to be repaid until the case settles. If the plaintiff loses, repayment is waived in its entirety. No bank can say that.

If you are an unfortunate victim of a personal injury and faced with a financial burden due to loss of income and a mountain of unpaid bills, consider lawsuit funding. Upon receipt of your application, we will contact your attorney for necessary case documentation. Once our investors review your case, if approved, the cash advance can be available within 24 - 48 hrs. Having cash when you need it most will not only provide your attorney time to fight for the compensation you deserve, but also prevent you from facing a hopeless financial situation.

October 29, 2013

West Virginia Nursing Home Faces Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Despite stringent standards, nursing home abuses and negligence lead to thousands of injuries and fatalities each year. Nursing home abuse may be the direct result of negligence and carelessness on the part of the staff or due to the lack of care and attention to residents. Unfortunately, the signs of abuse may not always be obvious. If you suspect that someone in your family is being neglected in a nursing home, it is important to probe deeper into the situation. If you suspect a loved one suffered a wrongful death due to nursing home abuse or neglect, it is important to consult an experienced attorney as soon as possible. There is no way that the pain of losing a loved one can be undone, but family members will feel a lot better knowing that justice has been served.

The family of a nursing home resident has filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging that poor care, negligence, and abuse. The plaintiff claims that Teays Valley Center failed to properly care for her mother causing the resident to suffer from multiple falls, injuries, bruising, “possible sexual assault” and urinary tract infections. The lawsuit alleges that the neglect and abuse contributed to the woman’s physical and mental deterioration and eventual her death.

Most senior citizens live on fixed incomes; unplanned or unexpected expenses can have a devastating impact on finances. Quite often, plaintiffs will need extra money to pay for funeral and burial expenses, medical care, new living accommodations, and more. At Lawsuit Financial, we provide litigation funding to help plaintiffs bridge the financial gap and help maintain your standard of living while giving your attorney the extra time needed to negotiate the largest, most appropriate settlement possible. We offer a quick and easy approval process - less than 48 hours. There are no upfront fees, monthly payments, credit checks or employment verification. Because it is a non-recourse cash advance, if you lose your case you owe nothing. It really is a risk-free option for plaintiffs.

Leverage Lawsuit Financial’s money to hold out for full case value. Visit us online, or call toll free 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) to discuss your financial needs.

October 28, 2013

Seeking Justice Is Made Easier With Litigation Funding

For a personal injury victim or the family of a wrongful death victim, the question often remains - “Should I pursue a case in an attempt to seek justice?” The best approach is to seek the advice of an experienced attorney. After the consultation, if a victim decides to file a lawsuit, but staying financially afloat during this time becomes a problem, Lawsuit Financial may be able to provide financial assistance, known as litigation funding.

Here is an example of how litigation funding works.
A Michigan man was seriously injured in an auto accident when another driver was distracted with a phone call and slammed into the back end of his vehicle. The impact caused the man to lose control of his car and careen down an embankment. He suffered serious and disabling injuries; his wife was killed. The man was a physically and emotionally unable to work or take care of his two small children. The insurance company remained unreasonable by denying the claim. A lawsuit was filed, but it would take months, if not years, to settle. As the bills began to accrue and the mortgage was behind several months, the victim was facing foreclosure. It talked to his attorney about accepting the insurance company’s offer who suggested litigation funding.

1. The plaintiff applied for a lawsuit cash advance with Lawsuit Financial.
2. We contacted his attorney for case documentation.
3. Our underwriters reviewed the case to determine merit.
4. The plaintiff was approved and a contract was drafted for signature.
5. 24 hours later, we wired $2,500 into his back account for immediate use.

It was that simple. Within 6 months, the plaintiff successfully settled his case and Lawsuit Financial was repaid through the settlement. Had this client lost his case, repayment of the lawsuit cash advance would have been completely waived.

If you have been injured in an auto accident due to the negligence of someone else, and are
•unable to pay your bills,
•unable to return to work,
•at risk of losing your home,
•faced with mounting medical expenses, funeral expenses, and daily household expenses, and/or
•feeling the financial pressure to settle your case for inadequate compensation,

contact Lawsuit Financial in order to receive fight for your rights and receive the compensation you deserve. There are no monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verification. You can apply online or we would be happy to answer any questions and take your application over the phone. Don’t let someone else’s negligence and the greedy insurance companies threaten your financial survival. Let Lawsuit Financial assist you in receiving the maximum compensation for your valuable case.

October 21, 2013

Litigation Funding Provides the Road to Financial Stability for Plaintiffs

Often times, victims of a pedestrian accident go through difficult times meeting their daily living expenses plus the additional expenses associated with the accident. While the case is being litigated, litigation funding can help provide the means to hold out for a fairer and larger settlement.

A recent pedestrian accident resulting in the death of a W. Virginia man illustrates how dangerous auto-pedestrian accidents can be.

In August, a 24-year-old driver of a 2008 Nissan Altima struck and killed a 79-year-old pedestrian crossing the street at an intersection. According to police, the female driver failed to see the man. Although, Detectives and Traffic Reconstruction officers recently concluded their investigation, police are still awaiting results of the forensic testing samples taken from the woman.

Victims of auto accidents have the right to seek compensation for damages, lost wages, medical expenses, and funeral and burial expenses, as well as for pain and suffering and loss of companionship. There is no need to wait until the investigation is complete. In fact, it is to the victim’s advantage to consult an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible following the accident. The attorney will need time to obtain witness statements and any other details that can help the case and achieve the compensation deserved.

While the physical toll and emotional impact of this accident is no doubt devastating for the family, the aftermath of these personal injury cases can take a toll on a victim’s economic well-being, making their lives even more difficult. Since it often takes months, if not years, for a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit to settle and since bills will keep coming, victims may not have time to wait.

Lawsuit Financial has a dedicated staff that provides the best litigation funding service in the industry. More importantly, we provide cash advances within 24 – 48 hours of approval. The funds can be wired directly into the plaintiffs account for immediate use in paying medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, daily household expenses, or for anything the client chooses. When financially stable, the case remains strong and less than fair settlement is avoided.

The litigation funding process is simple. Begin by completing a one-page online application or calling our office. Once received, we will contact your attorney for case documentation. If approved, the funds can be available for immediate use within 24 – 48 hours. Our cash advances are based solely on the strength and merit of your case. There are no monthly payments, no credit checks, no employment verification, and no repayment until the case successfully settles. Most importantly, our funding is on a non-recourse basis meaning if you do not win your case, you owe us nothing – no principal, no interest, nothing!

Lawsuit Financial
is a name you can trust. In fact, we are recommended and preferred by some of the best personal injury attorneys nationwide. Your road to financial stability may be just click or phone call away.

October 21, 2013

Hit-and-Run Lawsuit Funding For Accident Victims and Their Families

A deadly Houston chain-reaction pile-up snowballed out of control early Sunday morning leaving one person dead. According to the Houston Police Department, the multi-vehicle accident began when a hit-and-run driver clipped a Chevy Impala, spinning it around before hitting a Toyota. When the driver of the Toyota got out of his vehicle, he was hit by the driver of a Honda who officials believe was intoxicated at the time. Then, when a passenger in the Honda got out of the car to seek help, he was hit by another vehicle. The driver of the Toyota died at the scene; the passenger in the Honda was taken to an area hospital with serious injuries.

Police are still investigating the accident and searching for the hit-and-run driver who began the series of accidents. During this time, the victims and their families should consult an experienced auto accident attorney to understand their rights, as well as how to recover compensation for their loss.

Hit and run accidents that cause serious injuries or death are usually prosecuted as felonies. If the hit-and-run driver is not found or does not have insurance, hopefully the victims have uninsured /underinsured coverage under their own policy. The driver of the Honda may also be held accountable. In either case, if a lawsuit is filed, it will likely be a long case in the winning and the plaintiffs may struggle financially during this time.

Hit and run lawsuit funding has become an excellent resource for cash strapped plaintiffs (who qualify) with no other way to pay their bills. At Lawsuit Financial, we offer cash advances so seriously injured victims or families of a lost loved one, can survive financially during the often endlessly waiting for their lawsuits to settle. With the lawsuit cash advance, plaintiffs can pay today's bills and expenses and patiently wait for a settlement or verdict in the case before repaying the money. All that is needed to qualify is a serious injury, viable lawsuit, and be represented by an attorney. Applying for funding is quick and easy; there are no credit checks, employment verification, or monthly payments. If approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Best of all, we only get paid back when the case is resolved. Funding is provided on a non-recourse basis so if the plaintiff loses, the repayment is completely waived.

If you are having trouble covering expenses due to a hit-and-run accident, then consider auto accident lawsuit funding. There is no cost to apply, so give us a call or visit us online.

October 15, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Helps Plaintiffs Collapsing in Debt

Once a wrongful death lawsuit is underway, it could take years to reach a resolution. While sorting out what went wrong, many grieving families may struggle financially. Wrongful death lawsuit funding can provide financial peace of mind for the family and time for their attorney to obtain full case value.

For the Kellner family, it has been over three years since their son was killed when a 30 foot panel fell off the O’Donnell Park parking structure. As jury selection began this week, attorneys for Advanced Cast Stone Co, which manufactured and installed the pre-cast concrete panels, have asked for a delay to investigate the possibility that a tow truck struck the panel knocking it loose, possibly causing it to fall two weeks later. The judge rejected the request stating that the company had more than two years to prepare its case, and delaying it now would hurt the plaintiffs.

Seeking justice may have already placed a financial burden on this victim's family. Even if the plaintiff wins their case, they may wait a long time to receive compensation. There could even be an appeal. If they are struggling to make ends meet, lawsuit funding, a cash advance against a potential jury verdict or settlement, could be an option.

At Lawsuit Financial, we know how devastating the sudden death of a loved one can be, and the emotional and financial impacts it can cause. With lawsuit funding, plaintiffs are able to cover immediate financial needs and wait for justice to be served. There are no monthly payments, no credit checks, and no employment verification. Approval for funding is based on the merit of the case. Only when the case is settled, does the plaintiff repay the cash advance. Lose, and they owe us nothing.

Are you the victim of a wrongful death and need immediate cash while waiting for your case to settle? Rather than considering a less-than-favorable settlement offer, contact Lawsuit Financial and let us help you through this difficult time. The road to financial freedom is just click or phone call away.

October 15, 2013

Avoiding Financial Stress during a Pending Lawsuit

Anyone involved in a lawsuit knows what a long and difficult process it can be especially when a well-funded defendant denies, delays, and defends a case. While a plaintiff continues to wait for a settlement, bills may steadily pile up. From medical expenses and auto payments to utility bills and daily living expenses, pre-settlement funding can help plaintiffs live comfortably until the case settles.

If you are a plaintiff in a pending lawsuit and struggling financially, you may be faced with two options – settle early or consider pre-settlement funding. For plaintiffs with a strong case, pre-settlement funding can help relieve financial pressures which could motivate injured plaintiffs to accept a settlement offer well below what they deserve.

Obtaining pre-settlement funding is quick and easy with our online application. Plaintiffs don’t need to be employed and credit history is irrelevant; the only requirement is a case with merit. Once approved, cash can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Repayment will be deducted from the amount of the settlement; if the plaintiff does not successfully settle, the cash advance is completely waived.

While pre-settlement funding is not for everyone, it can be the most viable option to put a cash-strapped plaintiff back on track. Contact Lawsuit Financial for a free, no-obligation consultation to learn more and determine if pre-settlement funding is right for you.

October 14, 2013

Life Won’t Wait For Your Lawsuit to Settle, but Lawsuit Financial Will

“Lawsuit Financial was there to help me when no one else would. I was ready to settle my case for less than I deserved just to pay my bills. I am so glad I called Lawsuit Financial. With a cash advance, I was able to wait other six months and received the highest possible settlement. I highly recommend their services if you are ever the victim of an auto accident and can’t pay your bills while waiting for a settlement. Thank you, Lawsuit Financial for helping me and my family. ~ J. Smitty

Lawsuit funding is often times the only way to ease the financial burden and increase access to justice for plaintiffs. Without this service, many would be forced to settle for less than they deserve.

Unlike a loan, lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance against the proceeds of a potential future case award or settlement. A loan requires repayment; lawsuit funding only requires repayment if the plaintiff successfully settles. If the plaintiff loses his/her case, s/he is not obligated to repay the funded amount. Additionally, with lawsuit funding there are no hidden charges or application fees and no credit checks or employment verification. Funding is based solely on case merit.

Have you been injured in an auto accident and waiting for your settlement? If you need fast cash to relieve the financial burden while waiting for a fair, and, in many cases, higher settlement, call Lawsuit Financial. We have helped tens of thousands of people obtain the lawsuit cash advance they needed, when they needed it the most. Not only will the cash advance help pay the bills, but it will allow your attorney time to secure the best settlement possible. With our professional staff and quick approval process, you will be glad you chose Lawsuit Financial.

October 10, 2013

Vehicles Don’t Have a Chance Against the “Big Yellow Bus”, but Victims Might With Lawsuit Funding

For the majority of the year, motorists share the road with those big yellow buses, one of the largest and safest public transit systems in the country, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Nonetheless, 15,000 – 20,000 children will end up in the ER yearly due to school bus-related injuries. While we constantly place significant focus on school bus safety, what about vehicles competing for space on our roads?

Two girls were killed when the vehicle in which they were passengers was struck by a school bus. The bus was heading west when an eastbound passenger car made a left turn in front of it. The driver of the car was seriously injured; no one was hurt on the bus. The accident is still under investigation.

School buses typically have lower incident rates on highways and roads than other vehicles. While such an accident is uncommon, it is a reminder that in any car-versus-bus accident, the car is likely to lose. It is also a reminder that after seeking medical treatment, it is important to consultant an auto accident attorney to determine if you have the right to compensation.

In auto accident cases such as this one, the victim’s families can seek compensation for their loss, but it could be a long process between the final investigation report and a settlement. Some may experience financial duress due to funeral and burial. Lawsuit funding is an option to prevent victims from settling too soon and for too little.

Lawsuit funding is a cash advance against your lawsuit. There are no upfront fees, no monthly payments, no credit checks, and no-risk; repayment is only made if, and when, you win your case. The funding process is quick and simple; we can get you a cash advance within 24 hours of receiving your case documentation. It cost absolutely nothing for a case evaluation. If approved, Lawsuit Financial can have the funds wired into your bank account within 24 - 48 hours. When the bills and expenses are covered, it is much easier to fight for justice to be served.

October 10, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Is Available for Low-Income Housing Residents in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Two Hudson Manor residents recently filed separate slip and fall lawsuits after suffering injuries on the grounds of the low-income senior living apartment complex. The lawsuits claim injuries were caused because work on the property was dangerous due to incomplete work projects and uncorrected deficiencies. The nearly $1 million facility had been cited for 18 deficiencies discovered during state inspections since March; corrective action was to be completed within 90 days.

In one case, a woman said suffered a fracture to her right ankle resulting in multiple surgeries and extensive medical care. The woman said she was walking along the sidewalk when she turned and her right foot slipped from the edge of the sidewalk, wedging her foot in a trench that was left uncovered and unmarked after the installation of underground PVC pipes. Because there were no safety rails or barricades to break her fall, the woman rolled down a steep sloped embankment.

In the second incident, the victim was returning from the garbage receptacle area, along a "ramped" sidewalk with no safety handrails and eroded soil along the edges approximately 30 inches deep. The man claims the uneven surface caused him to lose his balance and his cane sunk into the eroded so, causing him to fall and roll down a 10-foot embankment, hitting the exterior wall of a parking garage. The suit states that he suffered head, back and leg injuries, cardiac and pulmonary complication and significant neurological disorders.

Both plaintiffs allege the apartment complex knew of the dangers and was negligent in complying with safety regulations and not warning tenants of the risks. Each is seeking monetary relief of more than $200,000, but not to exceed $1 million.

The president of Hudson Manor managing company said one of the biggest reasons the facility had been out of compliance was because an out-of-town contractor fell behind in work and a final inspection was requested before the complex was completed. Was this a case of profits over safety?

Although it appears that the owners were negligent by allowing residents to move in before the complex was safe, these case may still take months, or longer, to settle. A seriously injured person, especially one with limited income, is at a significant disadvantage against a powerful, well financed insurance company. Insurance companies deliberately drag their feet to make the injury victim desperate to resolve the case. So, how can these innocent victims make ends meet while waiting for a fair settlement? How can they pay the necessary bills and expenses plus the added medical and other expenses related to their injuries? Lawsuit funding may be the best answer.

Lawsuit funding is available to anyone involved in a personal injury lawsuit, inclusive of slip and fall cases. Simply stated, lawsuit funding will provide emergency cash to plaintiffs needing help to pay the bills – rent, mortgage, medical expenses, groceries, and other necessary financial obligations. The best part is that these lawsuit cash advances are made against the future proceeds of the case and not against valuable personal assets. And, best of all, repayment is completely contingent upon the outcome of your case. If the plaintiff loses the case or lawsuit, repayment is waived!

Once a funding application is completed, Lawsuit Financial will contact the applicant’s attorney for case documents necessary to review the case to determine the likelihood of success. Credit standing/history and employment doesn't matter us; we provide lawsuit funding based solely on case merit.

If you are involved in a pending slip & fall/premises liability case, or any other type of personal injury case and need financial assistance, lawsuit funding may provide the help you need. Visit our website or call our office for the answers to your questions and to apply for the financial support you need. Don't settle your case for a lower than full value; consider lawsuit funding from Lawsuit Financial, instead.

October 8, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Pays the Bills

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank Lawsuit Financial for their help during my lawsuit. It was stressful enough when I was seriously injured in an auto accident, without worrying about losing our home. With your help, my family was able to save our home from foreclosure and we reduced our mounting debt. There are not enough words to express my gratitude for providing me fast cash when I needed it most. I would recommend Lawsuit Financial to anyone that needs a lawsuit cash advance.” ~ J.R. from Michigan

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance against a pending settlement. Unlike a traditional loan, lawsuit funding requires no to upfront fees or payments of any kind until the case successfully settles. If the plaintiff is unsuccessful, the cash advance is waived. Because there are no credit checks or employment verification, once Lawsuit Financial receives an application and case documentation, the file is reviewed for funding. If approved, we can provide funding in less than 48 hours.

If you are a plaintiff worried about paying even your basic bills while waiting for your lawsuit to settle, talk to your attorney about lawsuit funding. Staying financially secure during a long legal process will allow you to fight for a fair outcome, a better option than settling for less than you deserve. To learn more about lawsuit funding and how Lawsuit Financial may be able to help your case, visit us online or call 1-877-377-SUIT.

October 3, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Helps Personal Injury Victims Start Over

“With the help of Lawsuit Financial, I was able to be financially comfortable, so that my attorney could get me the settlement I deserved."

Starting over is difficult after suffering serious injuries in for a slip and fall accident, but fighting for justice can make it much more difficult. Lucy suffered a traumatic brain injury when she fell in a local supermarket. She was barely making enough money to pay her bills before the accident and now that she couldn’t return to work, the bills were mounting. Lucy could not qualify for a bank loan and had no family or friends to help in her time of need. Out of options, Lucy was ready to settle her case despite knowing it was worth much more. Then, Lucy’s attorney suggested lawsuit funding from Lawsuit Financial. Within 24 hours, Lucy was able to pay all her past due bills. Six months later her case settled for $750,000.

Lawsuit Financial cannot remove the emotional burden that is caused by a serious personal injury, but we can reduce a plaintiffs’ financial burden so s/he can focus on the things that matter. Anyone who has pending lawsuit is eligible to apply for slip and fall lawsuit funding from Lawsuit Financial, even those unemployed or without a strong credit history. That’s because we review funding applications based solely on the merits and strength of the case. If approved, funding is provided on a non-recourse basis meaning there is no risk to the plaintiff. Funds are only repaid when the case settles; the plaintiff has the money when it is needed most and repayment is only made once the case settles. If the plaintiff does not win the case, the cash advance is completely waived.

Lawsuit Financial has helped hundreds of personal injury victims deal with the financial struggles that can result from a slip and fall accident, and we may be able to help you. If you are pinched for cash and feeling vulnerable to a low settlement offer, call our office at 1-877-377-7848 or visit us online. Our application and case evaluation are at no cost to you. We are sensitive to your needs and will work hard to obtain the highest slip and fall lawsuit funding possible so you can stay the course and receive the compensation you deserved.

October 1, 2013

Wrongful Death Lawsuit May Be Possible After Fiery Auto Accident

The unexpectedly loss of a loved one can be devastating for any family. Having to plan a funeral will not only contribute to the pain and suffering, but may possibly add a financial burden to the emotional challenges. A wrongful death lawsuit can help seek compensation for their loss, but can’t aid with immediate financial needs. Pre-settlement lawsuit funding could be beneficial during this time.

A single-vehicle accident that killed five and injured one is still under investigation. The accident happened in Burbank, CA early Saturday morning when a Nissan sedan hit a guardrail, then slammed into a concrete pillar before becoming completely engulfed in flames. According to the Burbank fire department, the five people deceased victims were trapped inside the vehicle and “burned beyond recognition.” An 18-year-old female who crawled out of the back seat after the accident was transported to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Speed appears to have been a contributing factor, but it is unknown whether alcohol or drugs played a role.

While the accident remains under investigation, family members of the victims would be well-advised to consult an experienced wrongful death attorney who can advise them of their legal rights. Once a lawsuit is filed, if the families are suffering from financial distress associated with funeral expenses and other expenses, they should contact Lawsuit Financial, an auto accident lawsuit funding specialist.

At Lawsuit Financial, we provide pre-settlement lawsuit funding to help plaintiffs cover medical expenses, household bills, lost income, and funeral and burial expenses giving their attorney time needed to obtain full case value. We require no credit checks, as the entire cash advance is based on the case merit. Additionally, our “lawsuit loans” (as often times termed) are on a non-recourse basis meaning that Lawsuit Financial is only repaid if our funded client successfully settles. With no upfront fees or monthly payments, pre-settlement funding is truly risk-free. Contact us today to learn more; our consultations are absolutely free.

September 30, 2013

Missing Stop Sign and 911 Dispatcher Negligence Leads to Pregnant Woman’s Death

Losing a loved one due to another person’s negligence is traumatic, but wrongful death lawsuits are more than just emotional. They can also include the financial burdens of funeral and burial expenses especially if the family is left without expected income. Other financial concerns may include medical bills and daily household expenses. The first step to obtaining justice and fair compensation for losses incurred is to contact an experience attorney. Once a lawsuit is filed, a plaintiff needing assistance paying immediate bills, should contact Lawsuit Financial, an expert in the litigation funding industry.

An Illinois man who recently filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Stephenson County Sheriff’s Department may be a perfect candidate for our services. His pregnant wife died from injuries sustained in a two-vehicle auto accident. The lawsuit claims that a 911 dispatcher failed to report a missing stop sign at an intersection. The suit alleges that the dispatcher took a call regarding the missing sign, but then took another call and forgot to relay information about the missing sign to the Stephenson County Highway Department. Then, the 911 center had a shift change and no one was ever notified of the missing stop sign. According to the plaintiff’s attorney, the stop sign would have directed the deceased woman to stop, but it apparently had fallen and landed in a nearby field from a storm the night before. The lawsuit seeks damages in excess of $4 million.

The plaintiff may take comfort in knowing that he may be eligible to for lawsuit funding. Upon approval, this lawsuit cash advance can help with pressing bills and other expenses related to the death of his wife. Lawsuit funding can provide the luxury of time, important to maximize any settlement or verdict rendered in the case. Upon approval, the lawsuit cash advance will be available within 24-48 hours and repayment is contingent upon case outcome; he pays nothing back if he loses his case. With financial assistance from Lawsuit Financial, he can wait for a fair verdict or settlement, try to move on the best he can, and wait for justice to be served.

September 24, 2013

Traumatic Brain Injury Lawsuit Funding

Brain injuries are caused by a sudden trauma to the head - an auto accident, fall from a bicycle, slip-and-fall while shopping, hit by a line-drive ball, and more, and can happen instantly. Many who experience a traumatic brain injury will suffer from long-term or permanent effects. When the injury is due to the negligence of someone else and a lawsuit is filed, the case may take years to settle. For those who financially can’t wait for a fair and equitable settlement, brain injury lawsuit funding may help.

Lawsuit funding for a brain injury can help bridge any financial gap until the case settles. At Lawsuit Financial, we provide risk-free funding (sometimes called a “lawsuit loan"). Once we receive a funding application, one or our representatives will contact the plaintiff’s attorney for case documentation. Once we review all documents, if funding is approved, the applicant can receive the cash advance in 24 - 48 hours. The money can be used immediately to pay medical bills, mortgage, rent, car payment, or other household expenses. We don’t charge upfront fees or monthly payments; good credit and employment are not important. Best of all, funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, meaning that if your case does not win you are not obligated to pay back the cash advance.

If you or someone you love is suffering from a brain injury, waiting for a lawsuit settlement, and strapped for cash, don’t hesitate to visit Lawsuit Financial online or call our office for further assistance.

September 24, 2013

Deadly Accident May Lead to Safety Improvements at Dangerous Intersection

Studies have shown that many intersection accidents occur due to poor traffic planning and careless and reckless drivers. When a pedestrian is seriously injured, or a family has lost a loved one, it is important to consult an experienced attorney. If a lawsuit is filed against the city and/or negligent driver, and plaintiff is in need of fast cash to pay the bills, a lawsuit cash advance from Lawsuit Financial may be the solution.

A toddler was killed after she and her mother were hit by a pick-up truck as they were walking in a crosswalk. The mother’s injuries were not life-threatening. The cause of the accident is still under investigation, but a witness said the driver made a left turn as soon as the light turned green and may have been trying to get ahead of traffic.

Residents have repeatedly called the intersection dangerous. Business owners said the intersection receives heavy traffic on a daily basis and is the site of four to six accidents every month. “It's a blind corner because of the sharp turn from Bloomfield onto Grove,” said one owner.

A meeting will be held with Essex County’s Department of Transportation to discuss how to make the intersection safer. In the meantime, the family of the little girl may wish to consult an attorney who will help preserve their legal rights and provide the representation needed to obtain full compensation for damages.

During the legal process, it is sometimes difficult to make ends meet. If this family needs money to help pay medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, or daily household expenses, Lawsuit Financial would be happy to discuss our pre-settlement funding services. Some benefits to our services are:
- A free, no obligation consultation
- No application fee
- No monthly payments
- No credit checks
- No employment verification
- No payment until the case settles
- No repayment if the case is lost
- Risk-free cash for our clients

If you are searching for pre-settlement funding against the future proceeds from an intersection accident lawsuit, contact Lawsuit Financial today.

September 23, 2013

Litigation Funding Assistance When Medical Error Leads to Lawsuit

A Louisiana man has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit alleging that a doctor left a sponge inside his body following an operation to remove colon cancer. The suit states the plaintiff not only developed a fever after surgery, but also experienced substantial drainage. A few months after surgery, the man told doctors he was experiencing swelling and bloating in the right abdomen. When his body was scanned, doctors realized that a sponge was left inside. The plaintiff had to undergo another surgery to remove the sponge. The suit names the negligent doctor, W. Jefferson Medical Centre, Jefferson Parish Hospital Service Dist. No. 1, and the LA Medical Mutual Insurance Company as defendants.

The lawsuit alleges that the defendants failed to:
• properly count every surgical instrument during and after surgery.
• put in place and implement safe policies and procedures.
• adequately assess post-operative infection.

The suit asks for an unspecified amount in damages for suffering and pain, medical expenses, emotional distress, mental anguish, loss of enjoyment, loss of earning capacity, impairment, disability, and disfigurement.

During the litigation process, if this man needs financial assistance, he may wish to consult a litigation funding expert. Litigation funding, if approved, can help a medical malpractice victim with their daily household bills and expenses, as well as medical expenses while the victim waits for a fair settlement or verdict. This lawsuit cash advance helps prevent a pennies-on-the-dollar settlement, while providing staying power for a fair and equitable settlement later. The application process takes less than five minutes. With no credit checks and no employment verification, the approval process is expedited. All that is needed is case documentation from the plaintiff’s attorney. If approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours.

Medical malpractice plaintiffs struggling to pay the bills should consult Lawsuit Financial to learn more and to determine if litigation funding is a viable option.

September 18, 2013

When State Farm Is Not “Your Good Neighbor”, Lawsuit Financial Is There

Refusing to give into State Farm’s deny, delay, and defend tactics, a Michigan woman filed a personal injury lawsuit. The 23-year-old woman was seriously and permanently injured in December 2011 by a man who was texting while driving and ran a red light. According to the suit, the woman suffered multiple injuries, including traumatic brain injury, severe neck spasms, an injured disc and permanent nerve damage in her legs, necessitating use of a boot or brace to walk normally. A jury recently awarded the woman $1.14 million.

Carrying adequate insurance coverage can provide peace of mind by ensuring that you have a safety net if you are ever injured or suffer a loss. We rely on insurance; we assume it will be there when we need it. When insurance companies like State Farm refuse to pay adequate compensation, the victim is forced into a lengthy litigation process. “I wish that State Farm would re-evaluate its position when you have someone who’s so severely injured,” said the woman’s attorney. They choose to roll the dice because it’s so difficult to get a jury verdict in favor of an injured party.”

Sadly, I don’t believe this $1.14 million verdict will change State Farm position in adequately paying claims. State Farm has extremely deep pockets and its strategy is to make collection, even for its own, premium paying, policy holders, tremendously difficult, if not impossible, without a jury trial. They happily take your money in premiums, in exchange for what they call “coverage”, but when you need the benefits or coverage you paid for State Farm and its ilk will be vicious in defending its pocketbook.

When insurance companies refuse to do the right thing, when they refuse “like a good neighbor” to “be there”, you should not have to settle for less than you deserve. If you are experiencing financial difficulty from accidental injures or disabilities due to the negligence of someone else, and your attorney has filed a lawsuit, Lawsuit Financial may be able to help you fight back. We offer a non-recourse cash advance, known as lawsuit funding, to help with the financial needs so you can focus on the physical and emotional ones, while your attorney pursues a full and fair settlement. All that is required to be considered for lawsuit funding is:
• A pending lawsuit
• A case with merit
• A completed one-page application
• Case documentation from your attorney

We do not require:
• An application fee
• A credit check
• Employment history
• Monthly payments

If you or someone you know is in a pending lawsuit, don't settle for pennies on the dollar because of pressing financial needs caused by insurance company greed. Let Lawsuit Financial provide you the money and time you and your attorney need to get the highest compensation possible. Call Lawsuit Financial, toll free at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) or visit us online for a free, no-obligation consultation of your case funding situation.

September 16, 2013

Lawsuit Funding in Slip and Fall Negligence Case

A slip and fall accident can happen anywhere, inside or outside. It could be at the mall, grocery store, restaurant, or even someone’s home. It could be a sidewalk, parking lot, or city road. Wherever or however it takes place, slip and fall accidents can be very dangerous resulting in broken bones, brain injuries and paralysis. For victims who have filed a premise liability lawsuit, if finances are a concern, they may seek financial assistance in the form of pre-settlement funding.

Injuries from slip and fall cases can be as minor as a sprained ankle and as serious as a broken limb or brain injury. Many victims are unable to return to work for months if at all, and they may have either no medical insurance or coverage that is limited.

A Philadelphia woman has filed a premise liability lawsuit alleging she sustained bodily injuries after falling down the stairs of a city parking garage owned and maintained by Penn Presbyterian Medical Center and its affiliates. The suit claims the woman tripped over an uneven cement surface and suffered multiple injuries to her back and shoulder, as well as nerve damage because the medical center negligent and failed to inspect and maintain the premises in a safe condition for customers. The suit also claims that surgery would likely result in scarring and disfigurement. The woman seeks compensation for medical expenses and lost wages. Her husband claims loss of companionship and consortium.

Slip and fall lawsuit funding might help this couple deal with the bills while waiting for a verdict or settlement,” said Mark Bello. “The wheels of justice turn slowly, and it can often take more than a year for a slip and fall accident victim to receive compensation. In the meantime a non-recourse cash advance can help pay the bills and other expenses. Non-recourse means no risk to the victim; the funds are only repaid when the case settles. If the plaintiff does not win the case, the cash advance is completely waived.

If you are seeking slip and fall lawsuit funding with a fast approval process, contact Lawsuit Financial. Our online application takes less than five minutes. You can also give us a call to apply by phone. We do not require credit checks and employment is not important. Most importantly, you pay absolutely nothing until your case settles. Call Lawsuit Financial today for a free no obligation evaluation.

September 12, 2013

First Wrongful Death Lawsuit in “A Dangerous Game of Chicken”

Attorney Steven G. Wigrizer, said “it typically takes two years between the filing of a civil suit in Philadelphia and the start of a trial. With a grand jury investigation into the collapse now underway, the process could take even longer.”

Wigrizer is referring to the first wrongful death lawsuit from the collapse of a Philadelphia building under demolition that collapsed killing five people, and injuring thirteen others in an adjacent Salvation Army thrift store. The lawsuit was filed by the family of a young women shopping in the thrift store when the adjacent building collapsed. The woman and three others in the store were crushed under the rubble. Thirteen others were injured.

The lawsuit says Mary Lea Simpson suffocated to death under the rubble of the building, dying an agonizing and painful death from asphyxiation. An autopsy listed the official cause as “traumatic compression of torso.” The suit contends the “collapse was caused by the negligence, carelessness, recklessness, intentional misrepresentations, and conscience-shocking behavior of the defendants - The Salvation Army, developer Richard Basciano, his company STB Investments, contractor Griffin Campbell, construction expediter and architect Plato Marinakos and excavator operator Sean Benschop a.k.a. Kary Roberts.

According to emails released by the city, Basciano and the Salvation Army were feuding over the demolition plans in the months leading up to the building collapse. Ultimately, Basciano decided to move forward with his plans that involved the use of an excavator. The suit faults the Salvation Army for remaining open amid the demolition despite warnings, and the building owner and contractors for the demolition for crafting a risky plan and starting work before securing permits. The plaintiff is seeking damages for future lost earnings, funeral expenses, pain and suffering and mental distress Ms. Simpson experienced prior to her death and the emotional and psychological toll on her survivors.

This tragedy began because of corporate greed. Now the plaintiffs will undoubtedly wait a long time for lawsuit resolution. Big businesses and the insurance companies don’t care that the injured and the families of the deceased will most likely suffer physically, emotionally, and financially. They don’t care if the bills get paid.

If the plaintiffs are struggling to make ends meet, especially with funeral and burial expense, they may wish to consider lawsuit funding from Lawsuit Financial. We hope that by assisting with some of the mounting bills and expenses as a result of the lawsuit, the plaintiff can wait for justice to be served rather than settling far less than the case is worth.

For this family, wrongful death lawsuit funding may be a godsend. The application process is quick and easy; it takes minutes to apply. Once the lawsuit cash advance has been approved, it is sent, by check or wire, within 24-48 hours. There are no up-front fees and no monthly payments to make. And, the plaintiff only repays the advance if the case successfully settles. If you are in a pending lawsuit and need help paying the bills, call Lawsuit Financial or visit us online.

September 10, 2013

Auto Accident Lawsuit Funding Provides Financial Stability

Auto accidents can be devastating especially for those injured or who have lost a loved one. After the accident, victims may feel helpless especially if the accident occurred through no fault of their own. Insurance companies may offer to settle a claim for far less than case value. Although the offer may cover vehicle damage and your initial medical expenses, it will rarely be enough to cover future medical expenses or loss of income that occurred as a result of the accident.

With the help of an experienced auto accident attorney, victims can fight for justice and compensation for their loss. Waiting for justice can take months, if not years. What happens during this time when victims are faced with medical bills, auto repairs or replacement, funeral and burial expenses if the accident took the life of a loved one, and daily expenses especially if unable to work or if a deceased loved one was the sole-breadwinner? One option is to seek apply for auto accident lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding will help you take control of your case. Applying for funding can be done online or by calling one of our funding specialists who can explain how lawsuit funding works and review the details of your case to determine your eligibility. Auto accident lawsuit funding is based on case merit, not on your credit history or employment status. Our evaluation process is designed to allow approved clients to receive a cash advance within 24 -48 hours.

As you can see, there is no reason to accept the insurance company’s low settlement offer when Lawsuit Financial may be able to provide the freedom to wait for the highest possible payout. In the event that you end up losing your case, you won’t need to pay back a single penny – the cash advance from us is yours to keep. So, with a lawsuit cash advance, you win either way!

September 9, 2013

First Lawsuit Against Drunk Teen Driver Who Killed Four and Injured Eleven Others

Let’s assume you are the passenger in an auto accident due to a drunk driver. Let’s also assume you were rushed to the hospital and lying in a coma with traumatic brain injuries. What happens next?

When a drunk driver injures or kills another person in an auto accident, the victim’s family has a legal right to seek compensation for financial recovery of their losses, including medical expenses, funeral costs, lost present and future wages, and pain and suffering.

While a 16-year-old teen is fighting for his life, his parents have filed a lawsuit seeking $20 million in damages. Their son, who has been in a coma for almost three months, suffered traumatic brain injuries and a fractured skull at the hands of a 16-year-old drunk driver. The driver was three times over the legal alcohol limit and speeding when he swerved off the road hitting a stranded motorist and three Good Samaritans helping, plowed into a parked vehicle sending it into a Volkswagon traveling in the opposite direction, and flipped before smashing into a tree. The stranded motorist and three good Samaritans were killed on impact; two people in the Volkswagon were injured. No one in the truck was wearing a seat belt; the young man in a coma was riding in the bed of the pick-up with another passenger. He flew out on impact, landing on his head.

The lawsuit alleges that the driver was negligent, careless, and reckless. The suit also says that the drunk driver’s parents are liable because they failed to properly supervise their son, who was cited for possessing and consuming alcohol as a minor four months earlier. According to the lawsuit, medical bills have already exceeded $600,000 and could climb to well over $10 million if round-the-clock care is necessary.

In a case like this, there may be additional lawsuits filed especially from the families who lost loved ones. Unfortunately, the case may take a long time to wind through the court system. During this time, victims may struggle to pay not only day-to-day expenses, but medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses as a result of the accident. As the case drags on, plaintiffs may consider cutting their losses and take whatever compensation is offered. This can be tempting mounting bills can put plaintiffs in a state of financial hardship.

Lawsuit funding can help during difficult financial times so plaintiffs can fight for the compensation deserved. The application process is quick and easy. If approved, cash can often be available within 24 - 48 hours. There are no application fees, monthly payments, or credit checks, and employment is not necessary.

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. To learn more about lawsuit funding and how it may help in your case, contact us at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) or visit us online for a free, no-obligation consultation.

September 6, 2013

Don’t Be Rushed To Settle Your Lawsuit

Auto accidents can be far more complicated than you may realize until you are the victim. While we want to believe that our insurance company will “do the right thing”, often times this is not the case. Insurance companies that spend billions of dollars on marketing to gain your trust will turn around and deny claims, delay payments, confuse customers, and refuse anyone who may cost them money. They will do everything in their power to increase their own profits at the expense of consumers. When this happens, the only way to seek justice is through our court system. Therefore, it is important to consult an experienced auto accident attorney.

Unfortunately, the litigation process can be lengthy. Many injury victims do not have the time to wait for fair compensation – the bills must be paid. If a personal injury interrupts your income and leaves you in a difficult financial position, lawsuit funding may be a viable option.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance, which can relieve some of your financial pressures, while providing your attorney time necessary to successfully settle your case. With this emergency cash in hand, you can avoid rushing to settle your case too soon for too little just to pay the bills. Lawsuit Financial makes the application process quick and easy, with our simple one-page, online application. We approved applicants solely based on the strength of their case so there is no need for good credit or employment. Additionally, repayment is only made once the case successfully settles, so there is no need to worry about monthly payments. Our quick turnaround time means once your case is approved for funding, you can begin paying your bills within 24 – 48 hours.

When you are faced with a difficult financial situation, don’t risk your future for quick cash. Call Lawsuit Financial or visit us online to learn how we may be able help.

September 5, 2013

Litigation Funding Can Ease Financial Challenges in a Stressful Lawsuit

Filing a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit is typically very stressful. In most cases, the wrongful act also adds a significant financial burden due to medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, and loss of income. Often times, even paying daily household expenses becomes a challenge. For many plaintiffs in situations like this, litigation funding can address their financial needs.

Plaintiffs typically have fewer resources than big businesses and insurance companies. These defendants know this and will delay the case causing further financial stress on the plaintiff. When the plaintiff is in such a vulnerable position, the defendant will attempt to get the plaintiff to settle with a low-ball offer. With litigation funding, plaintiffs can pay essentials such as mortgage payments, rent, car payments, and daily necessities while their case winds through the legal process. Litigation funding can also save a plaintiff’s credit rating. When financially stable, plaintiffs are able to remain in a position of strength in order to get the justice they deserve.

Securing litigation funding is simple with an online application or a quick call to our office. Once we receive your funding application, we will contact your attorney for details of your case. Funding is award based on the strength of the case only. If approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. There are no monthly payments; we are only repaid once your case successfully settles. If you lose your case, the payment is completely waived.

If you are a plaintiff struggling to make ends meet, don’t feel tempted to settle quickly and inexpensively. With litigation funding, you can work with your attorney to build a strong case, fight for justice, and wait for the settlement you deserve.

August 26, 2013

Woman Loses Husband and Children in a Head-On Auto Accident

An investigation is still underway in a tragic auto accident that claimed the life of a 32-year-old man and his two young sons. According to Arkansas State Police, a man traveling northbound on Highway 309 attempted to pass another vehicle by entering the southbound lane. He hit a 2006 Chevy head on causing the Chevy to overturn and eject both children. The two boys and their father were pronounced dead at the scene.

The wife and mother of the deceased will most likely seek legal counsel to understand her rights to compensation for mental anguish, pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment in life activities, funeral and burial expenses, and loss of income. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for cases like this to take years to reach a settlement. While coping with her grief, this woman may be burdened by the expenses associated with the death of her family and the daily bills resulting from the lack of her husband’s income. For this reason, she may choose to seek immediate financial assistance, known as auto accident lawsuit funding.

Auto accident lawsuit funding is available to victims and is provided to help a grieving family cover medical expenses, household bills, lost income, and funeral expenses. It is not like a traditional bank loan or credit cards. You do not:
*pay upfront fees.
*make monthly payments.
*incur a large interest penalty.
*need good credit.
*need to be employed or have good employment history.
*pay back the "loan" if you lose your case.

With lawsuit funding, plaintiffs can avoid insurance company tactics to settle for less, ease the financial burden, and give their attorney necessary time to obtain full case value. Lawsuit Financial provides is a leader in the legal finance industry approving funding requests in as little as 24 hours. All we need is a completed online application and minimal case documentation to review a case. Once approved, we can wire the funds directly into the client’s account. There are no credit checks, employment verification, or monthly payments. Absolutely no repayment is made by our clients until their case successfully settles. And, if our client loses the case, we will completely waive the repayment. If you are in a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit and need financial assistance, call Lawsuit Financial to learn more about our risk-free funding so you can withstand the litigation process.

August 20, 2013

Why Plaintiffs Should Tap Into Lawsuit Settlement Funding

Many plaintiffs with a personal injury lawsuit face financial challenges during an already stressful time. Because most plaintiffs do not have deep pockets like big businesses, hospitals, and insurance companies; they can’t afford to wait forever for a settlement without feeling some financial stress. The combination of mounting medical expenses, loss of income, poor credit, with few options can be devastating. When this happens, a plaintiff will typically press their attorney to accept any offer, even one that is obviously far less than full compensation. This is what the defense attorney banks on; they will typically deny, delay, and defend the claim in hopes that a plaintiff will settle too soon, for much less than the case is worth. While a difficult situation, it’s important for plaintiffs to review and research their options. Before a plaintiff “buys” into the defendant's scheme, he/she should consider a no-risk alternative – lawsuit settlement funding.

The legal finance industry grew out of a need to help plaintiffs stay financially healthy during a pending lawsuit. Most plaintiffs waiting for their case to settle endure a long and sometimes drawn out litigation process. This wait can last many months, sometimes years. Lawsuit settlement funding can help rescue these plaintiffs who have exhausted all other resources. Funding can be used for whatever the plaintiff needs; no strings attached, but is typically for living expenses, mortgage payments, auto payments, and other pressing bills. There are no credit checks, employment history verifications, or monthly payments; funding is based purely on the strength of the lawsuit.

Receiving funding from Lawsuit Financial is a simple, three-step process. First, the plaintiff will complete an online application. Next, one of our representatives will request case documentation from the plaintiff's attorney in order to review the case. If approved, a contract will be prepared and fully executed by the plaintiff and the plaintiff’s attorney. Within 24 – 48 hours, funds will be wired directly into the plaintiff’s bank account. We only request repayment if, and when, the case settles in the plaintiff's favor. If the case is lost, no money is repaid.

Don’t fall behind on your bills or risk foreclosure just because your case is taking a long time to settle. Lawsuit Financial can help turn the tables on the defendant and give you enough money to hold out for the largest, most appropriate settlement your attorney can negotiate. What are you waiting for? Call now or visit us online.

August 19, 2013

Clinic Sued for Medical Negligence in Liposuction Death

The father of a Georgia woman who died in February during liposuction surgery has filed a lawsuit against a cosmetic surgery and full service medical spa and the surgeon who performed the procedure. He is seeking damages for medical malpractice, wrongful death, pain and suffering, professional negligence and funeral expenses. According to the lawsuit, the surgeon:

•Failed to properly asses the woman’s vital signs before the procedure
•Failed to have a nurse present during surgery
•Failed to put her on a cardiac monitor during surgery
•Anesthetized her with a rag soaked with propofol and stuffed it in her mouth, a procedure not recorded in her medical records.
•Pierced her liver during the operation
•Failed to record the time the procedure was completed

The suit also alleges that after surgery, the 37-year-old woman showed signs of a seizure and aspirated on fluid build-up before going into cardiac arrest. By the time 911 was called and the EMT arrived, the woman was in full arrest. She was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Moving forward after the death of a loved one is emotionally and often times, financially draining especially as a result of medical negligence. The first step for the family of the deceased is to seek help from an experienced wrongful death attorney. Once a lawsuit is filed, a plaintiff may apply for litigation funding to help with their financial situation

Litigation funding can quite possibly help this man with the unexpected bills until this lawsuit settles. The process of obtaining funding is quite simple. He would apply online or call Lawsuit Financial toll-free at 877-377-SUIT (7848) with questions or for a free, no obligation consultation. Once we receive his application, our investors will evaluate the case and if approved, discuss tailored funding options for his specific situation. Funds would be available within 24 – 48 hours and can be wired directly into his bank account. We require no credit checks or employment verifications, and there are no monthly payments. He would pay us absolutely nothing until his case successfully settles. If he loses the case, the lawsuit cash advance we provided would be completely waived.

Are you a plaintiff in a pending lawsuit struggling to pay your bills? Contact Lawsuit Financial today to determine if lawsuit funding is right for you.

August 19, 2013

Litigation Funding Services For Prescription Drug Malpractice Errors

Prescription drug errors are one of the most common forms of medical malpractice. They can be caused by prescribing and/or administering the wrong medication or the wrong dosage. Side effects or damage may go undetected for months, even years. If the healthcare provider has failed to provide the accepted standard of care resulting in serious harm or death, the victim should seek legal counsel to determine his/her rights. Although no amount of money can make up for the pain and suffering endured from medical negligence, the plaintiff has the right to be compensated. Unfortunately, receiving just compensation can take years; time most victims don’t have because financial pressures are usually exacerbated by medical and/or funeral and burial expenses. When this happens, litigation funding is a great way to lessen the financial burden while the case progresses through the legal process. Here is an example of medical malpractice victims that could benefit from litigation funding.

Seven people died while under the care of Dr. Hedrick, who reportedly billed Medicare $100 million between January 2010 and August 2012 and was paid out $7 million. The Attorney General’s office filed a complaint in December against the Fort Wayne doctor claiming that pain therapies – mostly opioid - and drug mixing practices were unsafe and dangerous, posing significant risks to patients. The complaint alleged that the doctor ignored obvious signs of addiction to and diversion of controlled substances. The complaint also contends that some patients died from “multiple drug toxicity.” The doctor was suspended from practicing medicine.

Since the complaint, four former patients or family members have filed medical malpractice lawsuits, cases that could take years to resolve. According to Tina Korty, general counsel for the Indiana Department of Insurance, malpractice claims take, on average, five years to settle. First, an attorney must be chosen to chair the medical review panel. Then, three doctors are chosen for the panel, but finding doctors who don’t have a professional conflict takes months. After the evidence is heard, a decision is made whether the doctor in question breached standard of care. Victims can still file a lawsuit, but without a positive finding by the medical review panel, it is hard to prove negligence.

Due to the complex nature of these lawsuits, the plaintiffs may face serious financial hardship as the bills keep coming. They may not have the financial resources to wait for years before being compensated from this doctor’s negligence. For these reasons, the plaintiffs may want to consider lawsuit financing, a cash advance against the proceeds of their case. This is important because without the pressure to settle, their attorneys have time to obtain the maximum amount of compensation.

Lawsuit Financial is committed to assisting innocent victims of medical malpractice claims. If you or a loved one was seriously injured or died in a medical malpractice accident and wish to apply for litigation funding, the fastest and simplest way is to complete an online application. Upon receipt, one of our representatives will contact you to begin the review and approval process. We can typically provide funding within 24 hours of receiving case documentation because there are no credit checks or employment verification; funding is provided solely on the merits of the case. The best part is our clients pay no out of your pocket costs whatsoever and only pay the money back if their lawsuit is successful. Litigation funding is risk-free; if a client loses, the cash advance is theirs to keep. If you would like a no-cost, no-obligation consultation, contact Lawsuit Financial toll-free at 1- 877-377-7848.

August 15, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Available for Medical Malpractice Appeals

Although people tend to trust their doctors to provide the best possible care, medical every year, thousands of patients are injured or killed due to medical mistakes. Here is another medical malpractice case due to doctor negligence that could have, and should have been prevented.

The family of a Maryland woman who died after receiving an excessive amount of pain medication following surgery won a $958,000 settlement. According to the suit, the woman was being treated for leg ulcers when the doctor gave her morphine, oxycodone and other narcotics, a combination of narcotics appropriate for care of a hospice patient rather than for a person who is expected to be rehabilitated and discharged. The suit also claimed the hospital performed unnecessary surgeries for her ulcers and that she suffered severe conscious pain, difficulty breathing, discomfort and suffering before her death. The jury awarded $300,000 in non-economic damages to her husband, $300,000 to each of their children and $8,238 in economic damages.

This medical mistake stripped a man of his wife and children of their mother. Now, two years later the case settles, but it isn’t over because the hospital is denying the allegation and planning to appeal. The jury made a decision based on the facts presented; they did not dole out millions of dollars for a “frivolous lawsuit”. Seeking redress for serious injuries or death is not a "frivolous" endeavor. Serious mistakes were made; a woman died, and a reasonable settlement was reached. Yet, rather than admitting fault and learning from their mistakes, the defendant plans to drag this family through more pain and suffering.

This unfortunate family may have been good candidates for lawsuit funding if they were dealing with financial issues. Even if they did not seek the help from a legal funding company, if they face financial burdens during an appeal, lawsuit funding can still be a valuable resource.

Lawsuit funding approval is based 100% on the merit of the case and payment is only repaid when the case successfully settles. Because this cash advance against a pending lawsuit is on a non-recourse basis, if the client loses they owe nothing. Additionally, there are no credit checks and the applicant does not need to be employed. Once approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. To learn more or to apply, contact the legal funding experts at Lawsuit Financial to discuss your case funding situation. The call is free; the advice is priceless.

August 15, 2013

Plaintiff Avoids Credit Risk With Lawsuit Funding

Legal funding companies understand that waiting out a long legal battle can be physically, emotionally, and financially draining. When the bills pile high and the creditors are calling, you need to call Lawsuit Financial. We help with the financial needs so you can focus on the physical and emotional ones, while your attorney pursues a full and fair settlement. Here is an example of one client we helped.

A man filed a personal injury lawsuit after suffering traumatic brain injuries allegedly caused from operating a defective forklift. The suit claimed that the manufacturer of the forklift was aware of a defect, yet failed to take action to repair or removed the heavy machinery from its fleet. The plaintiff was seeking compensation for medical expenses, loss of income, physical pain, and mental anguish, but his case had been dragging on for over a year. Once he drained his savings, this man had no means to pay the bills; he was still unable to return to work. With a $2,500 lawsuit cash advance, this innocent victim was able to avoid settling his case for the $625,000 insurance company offer, and instead achieve a $1.3 million settlement.

This is just one type of personal injury case that we can help. We also provide funding for innocent victims of auto accidents, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, slip and fall accidents, and much more. If you or anyone you know is involved in a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit and struggling to pay the bills, consider lawsuit funding.

What is required:
•A pending lawsuit
•A case with merit
A simple-one page application
•Case documentation from your attorney
•A signed contract
•Repayment once you successfully settle your case

What is not required:
•An application fee
•A credit check
•Employment history
•Monthly payments
•Repayment if you lose your case

You should not have to wait or settle for less than you deserve. If you or someone you know is in a pending lawsuit, but in need of immediate cash, contact Lawsuit Financial for a free, no-obligation consultation of your case funding situation.

August 13, 2013

Clinic Sued for Medical Negligence in Liposuction Death

Moving forward after the death of a loved one is emotionally and often times, financially draining especially as a result of medical negligence. The first step for the family of the deceased is to seek help from an experienced wrongful death attorney. Once a lawsuit is filed, a plaintiff may apply for litigation funding to help with their financial issues.

The father of a Georgia woman who died in February during liposuction surgery has filed a lawsuit against a cosmetic surgery and full service medical spa and the surgeon who performed the procedure. He is seeking damages for medical malpractice, wrongful death, pain and suffering, professional negligence and funeral expenses. According to the lawsuit, the surgeon:

•Failed to properly asses the woman’s vital signs before the procedure
•Failed to have a nurse present during surgery
•Failed to put her on a cardiac monitor during surgery
•Anesthetized her with a rag soaked with propofol and stuffed it in her mouth, a procedure not recorded in her medical records.
•Pierced her liver during the operation
•Failed to record the time the procedure was completed

The suit also alleges that after surgery, the 37-year-old woman showed signs of a seizure and aspirated on fluid build-up before going into cardiac arrest. By the time 911 was called and the EMT arrived, the woman was in full arrest. She was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Litigation funding can quite possibly help this man with the unexpected bills until this lawsuit settles. The process of obtaining funding is simple. He would apply online or call Lawsuit Financial toll-free at 877-377-SUIT (7848) with questions or for a free, no obligation consultation. Once the plaintiff applies for funding, our investors will evaluate the case and if approved, discuss tailored funding options for his specific situation. If this man loses his case, the litigation funding provided would be completely waived; there would be absolutely no repayment. If he applies today, Lawsuit Financial can most likely arrange wrongful death lawsuit funding within 24 – 48 hours, and no payments are required until the case settles.

August 8, 2013

Ballerina’s Wrongful Death Lawsuit Targets Drunk Driver and Two Philadelphia Bars

Establishments that serve intoxicated drivers may be liable for injuries or fatalities caused in a drunk driving accident. Victims and their families should promptly seek legal counsel to determine fault and obtain compensation. Wrongful death suits can't heal all wounds but they may help loved ones get the closure they need. With fatal auto accidents, lawsuits are often filed against a negligent driver, but in certain cases, local businesses can also be held liable. Losing a family member is devastating enough, but may also be accompanied by immediate expenses, such as medical bills and funeral and burial expenses. After a suit is filed, if the plaintiff needs financial assistance to withstand during a lengthy litigation process, seeking lawsuit funding may be the answer.

A Bulgaria ballerina, studying dance at the prestigious Rock School for Dance in Philadelphia, died last March after being struck by a hit-and-run. Eleven months later, all questions about who is criminally responsible have been answered; the driver pleaded guilty to homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence.

The young woman was crossing at a marked crosswalk not far from the dance school when she was struck and thrown 50 feet when a drunk driver celebrating his 19 birthday ran a red light. After fleeing the scene, he proceeded to hit three parked cars before he and a passenger ran off. Police arrested both men when they returned to the vehicle to retrieve some personal items. His blood-alcohol level was .156, putting the under-aged drinker at nearly twice the legal limit to drive. The ballerina suffered severe head and body injuries and died the next day after her parents traveled from Bulgaria and discontinued life support. Her body was buried in her hometown.

Now, an attorney for the ballerina’s estate has filed a wrongful death lawsuit seeking to hold the drunk driver and two South Philadelphia bars civilly responsible for her death. According to the suit, the drunk driver and his friends spent hours prior to the accident drinking at two bars, making the bars equally liable. Both bars deny the teens were in their establishments. One bar owner questioned the lawsuit saying, “What do they think they're going to get out of us? We're a corner taproom. The other bar owner said, “It's our understanding that he was under age, so he wasn't drinking in there." The lawsuit seeks in excess of $50,000.

The lawsuit will take a long time to sort out; the bars will likely mount a vigorous defense and settlement or trial could be months, if not years, away. In the meantime, the family has lost a loved one and may be struggling with the medical, funeral, and burial expenses including transporting the woman’s body back to Bulgaria.

There is immediate financial assistance, known as lawsuit funding, available to families that find themselves in this type of situation, where a loved one has been killed due to the negligence of another, who are suing the guilty party(ies), and who find themselves behind on their bills and expenses. Lawsuit funding would allow the family precious time to wait for a fair and equitable settlement; if they desperately need money now, the only other alternative would be to settle a valuable case for pennies on the dollar to pay their bills. The only collateral required is a pending lawsuit. The application takes less than five minutes; approvals take 48 hours or less. Lawsuit funding is risk-free; repayment is contingent of the outcome of the case meaning if you lose, repayment is excused.

Lawsuits like this are about holding all responsible, including restaurants and bars, fully accountable for their actions. And, for plaintiffs who feel they cannot financially wait to seek justice, lawsuit funding can help. Call Lawsuit Financial today for a free, no-obligation consultation.

August 5, 2013

Premise Liability Lawsuit Funding Available for Couple Injured by Brewster Condominium Water Tank

It is sometimes impossible to know the magnitude of injuries due to the negligence of someone else, and it is also impossible to know how long it will take to settle a personal injury lawsuit. When the innocent victim faces serious financial difficulties, a viable source for fast cash is pre-settlement funding from Lawsuit Financial.

A 29-year-old man was helping his girlfriend move out of her building next to the Brewster Condominium. As they stood next to his vehicle, an eight foot wide, 12 feet long tank full of water came crashing down from atop the Brewster building. The couple was hit with flying debris and a tidal wave of water according to the suit. Witnesses said the woman was in and out of consciousness after being hit. Both suffered serious injuries and were transported to a local hospital. The man has subsequently been released, while his girlfriend remains in critical condition with injuries to her head and chest.

The two victims have filed a personal injury lawsuit against the Brewster Condominium Corporation seeking in excess of $50,000 each. The suit claims the defendant was negligent in one or more of the following ways:

•Failed to properly secure the water tank
•Failed to properly inspect, monitor, and maintain the condition of the tank and components parts to ensure it was mounted securely
•Failed to properly monitor and inspect the water tank and component parts for deterioration, instability, and a failure of its retention mechanism
•Failed to make timely and proper repairs of the tank and components

While the investigation continues and their attorney seeks all maintenance and inspection records for the building and water tank, the couple may need money to help pay the medical bills and other expenses while unable to return to work. Insurance companies notice when a plaintiff is facing financial hardship and will use deny, defend, and delay tactics to entice the plaintiff into a less than adequate settlement. Lawsuit Financial helps plaintiffs avoid this with a lawsuit cash advance. The application process is simple, and funding may be ready for disbursement in as little as 24 hours. There are no monthly payments, and repayment of the cash advance is only made once the plaintiff successfully settles the case. If the plaintiff loses, repayment is completely waived.

Legal finance services have proven to be a godsend. If you are a plaintiff struggling to make ends meet, let your financial distress stop here. Call Lawsuit Financial for a free, no-risk consultation and learn how we can help you meet your financial obligation as you wait for the outcome of your case.

August 1, 2013

The Best Funding Solution for Personal Injury Victims

Why does a plaintiff involved in personal injury lawsuit need lawsuit funding?

This question can be simply answered by just one of the many testimonials we have received after helping financially strapped plaintiffs during their pending lawsuit.

"Words cannot express how grateful I am for the financial assistance you gave me. When things were at their very worse, Lawsuit Financial listened to my needs and provided a cash advance within 24 hours. I have never worked with a company of such integrity that truly cares about people. Sandy took the time to explain how the process worked and all the terms and conditions of the contract before I even applied. The application and approval process was quick and painless. More importantly, the personal service I received was outstanding. No call went unanswered or not promptly returned. Anyone who needs lawsuit funding won’t get better service than with Lawsuit Financial." Gratefully yours, Matt P.

Like Matt, many seriously injured victims are unable to work following an accident. They may have limited financial resources to pay the regular bills, and then are faced with a mountain of medical or other expenses as a result of the accident. Lawsuit funding (often times, termed “lawsuit loan”) is a cash advance to help these victims plaintiffs level the playing field so they don’t feel desperate to settle too soon for too little. Even if a case settles quickly, plaintiffs may still wait months, even years to receive the settlement.

Lawsuit Financial does not consider credit history or employment when reviewing a case for funding. We fund solely on the merit of the case. Once approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Best of all, if our client loses their case, we completely waive the cash advance. Where else can you obtain a risk-free “lawsuit loan?”

Lawsuit Financial is an industry leader who gives personal attention to every applicant. Call or visit us online for the best legal financing solution for your case.

August 1, 2013

Fatigue is a Driving Risk. Avoid it before it Destroys You

One of the most common causes of auto accidents on our roadways is fatigue; it is not be illegal, but it can be lethal. Driver fatigue can easily lead to falling asleep at the wheel or being so exhausted that a driver makes serious, or fatal, mistakes. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize they are suffering from fatigue and will get behind the wheel, putting themselves and others at risk.

Although a recent fatal auto accident is still under investigation, it is possible fatigue played a role. A 28-year-old man was killed after his motorcycle collided with a UPS truck then slid into a stopped vehicle. He was pronounced dead at a local hospital. According to his father, the young man would never sleep at night. While enrolled in the University of Maryland MBA program, his son also worked 50 hours a week. “He would work at his schoolwork all night long. He had incredible determination.” Although a recent graduate, determined youths usually don’t change. He ran a Marathon with his brother although he never had time to train. Two weeks ago he was elected to the Board of Directors of Access Youth, a non-profit group that mentors youths. He also helped with their fundraiser and revamping the website. According to the founder of Access Youth, “If he had a second of extra time, he was going to learn something new.”

Only a thorough investigation will determine the cause(s) of this accident, it is always important to drive responsibly and be alert at all times. If you drive drowsy, you are putting yourself and others at risk. Sleepiness decreases awareness, slows reaction time, and delays in processing information; the risk of auto accident significantly increases. Eliminating the risk will go a long way to preventing serious and fatal auto accidents.

While it is often hard to prove that another driver was experiencing driver fatigue, if you believe that you have a case against a driver due to fatigue contact an experience auto accident attorney to understand your rights. Once an attorney is retained and a lawsuit filed, the plaintiff may want to consult a litigation funding company to avoid financial devastation while pursuing the case.

Lawsuit Financial fights for people who have been seriously injured or who have lost a loved one due to the negligence of others. As the industry leader in auto accident litigation funding, Lawsuit Financial provides a lawsuit cash advance against the future settlement to help pay medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, mortgage payments, car payments, and important expenses bills so the plaintiff can wait for fair compensation. Litigation funding gives a plaintiff leverage against the insurance company; it prevents the plaintiff from being forced to take inadequate offers. With the financial pressure removed, there is no need to resolve any case for less than the full value of your injuries. Applying for a litigation funding can be done online or by phone. There is no cost to apply, no upfront fees, no monthly payments, no credit checks and no hassles. If you qualify, the money arrives fast, within 24-48 hours. Contact Lawsuit Financial today for more information to to complete an application.

July 30, 2013

One killed, Two Injured in Separate Accidents Involving ATVs and Golf Cart

A 19-year-old teen was driving an ATV when the vehicle upset, resulting in extensive internal injuries and ultimately her death.

A 15-year-old is in a medical-induced coma after she was thrown from an electric golf cart in which she was a passenger. A witness said that the driver of the golf cart swerved to avoid hitting a small animal, and the sharpness of the swerve threw the girl out of the cart. Family reported her head struck the stone pavement. Doctors are unsure of her prognosis at this time.

An 18-year-old was injured after losing control and crashing her ATV into a tree. She is listed in fair condition.

“People take recreation vehicles for granted," said Corp. Lavrich. "They are fun, but they are registered motor vehicles for a reason. They can sustain speeds that can severely injure or kill you if you aren't careful. Even a slow roll-over can lead to serious or fatal injuries. An ATV's handling characteristics are different from a car or an SUV. Experience helps a lot, but training helps a lot more. People who use them need to know how to handle them."

None of these teen were wearing a helmet or any safety equipment at the time of the accidents. According to Lavrich, all three girls would have walked away from the accidents, had it not been for the lack of headgear. ATVs and golf carts are not toys; operating and riding these vehicles is dangerous and risky. Wearing a helmet, paying attention, and operating these vehicles in a responsible manner reduce the risk of serious and fatal injuries, especially head injuries.

If you or a loved one has been involved in an ATV or golf cart accident, knowing your legal rights can provide both financial relief and peace of mind, but seeking a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit can take time. If you are faced with substantial medical bills or funeral expenses as a result of a loved ones death, pre-settlement funding may be available.

Pre-settlement lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance that provides the staying power necessary to avoid settling for pennies on the dollar. It will put you in a better position to fully recover full compensation for damages incurred. Once the case is reviewed, if approved for funding, the money can be available within 48 hours. Lawsuit funding is no risk; if you don’t win, you are not required to pay back the lawsuit cash advance. If you are a plaintiff struggling financially while waiting for your case to settle, contact Lawsuit Financial to learn how a lawsuit cash advance can help you.

July 29, 2013

Pre-Settlement Funding Available for Wrong-Way Wrongful Death Auto Accident

Dispatchers received a call of a red truck traveling northbound in the southbound lanes of Highway 218 in northeast Iowa. Sadly, before officers could reach the area, the truck collided head-on with a vehicle traveling southbound. A 51-year-old Minnesota woman in the southbound vehicle sustained massive injuries in the accident and was subsequently pronounced dead at the scene. The truck driver was treated at a local hospital. An investigation into the fatal accident is ongoing.

A full investigation will determine if the driver of the truck was speeding, driving under the influence, or distracted in some way. While the woman's family mourns her passing, they may also consider filing a wrongful death lawsuit. After consulting a wrongful death attorney, if they family decides to pursue a lawsuit, they may also wish to consider whether pre-settlement lawsuit funding is necessary to help pay funeral and burial expenses as well as other outstanding bills until the lawsuit is settled.

Pre-settlement lawsuit funding is emergency cash received in advance of a settlement that, hopefully, permits victims to deal with their critical expenses, while enabling them to wait out the long, legal process and achieve appropriate justice. It costs nothing to apply and funding often arrives within 24-48 hours by wire or check. There is no need to have a job and there is no credit checks required. Best of all, a lawsuit cash advance is risk-free; if you lose your case you keep the advance and owe us nothing. Pre-settlement lawsuit funding can be a smart strategic move to give you and your attorney time needed to obtain maximum results. Call Lawsuit Financial toll-free at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) to learn more or click here to apply online.

July 24, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Offers Emergency Cash To Keep A Case Strong

With a lawsuit cash advance, Michael was able to receive cash today against the future proceeds of his personal injury lawsuit settlement.

Michael was seriously injured in an auto accident because another driver was speeding and ran a red light. Due to back injuries, Michaels was unable to return to his construction job. He filed a personal injury lawsuit, but until his case settled, Michael did not have enough money to pay his medical expenses or auto payments. With his bills increasing daily, Michael did some online research for a solution to his financial problems. That is when he discovered lawsuit funding, a cash advance against the proceeds of his case.

Most plaintiffs in a personal injury lawsuit are up against powerful insurance companies with deep pockets. Plaintiffs are often faced with considerable medical expenses, lost wages if unable to work, and other expenses as a result of the accident. These financial burdens may influence plaintiffs to settle quickly and for less than case value. In fact, powerful defendants will purposely delay claims in hopes a desperate plaintiff will accept a low settlement offer.
Lawsuit funding is emergency cash so plaintiffs can pay the necessities - mortgage, rent, auto payments, medical bills, groceries – while their lawsuit works its way through the legal process. Other advantages to a lawsuit cash advance is that it money provided without the need for:

• Credit checks
• Employment verification
• Collateral
• Monthly payments

Most importantly, with lawsuit funding these is no risk because if there the plaintiff doesn’t win, the plaintiff doesn’t pay. That is correct - repayment of the cash advance is only made upon a successful settlement.

If you are in need of fast cash during a pending lawsuit, contact Lawsuit Financial, the leader in the legal funding industry.

July 16, 2013

Litigation Funding Available for Medical Malpractice Appeals

Medical professionals must be held accountable for delays in diagnosis that limit treatment options and negligent misdiagnoses that lead to incorrect treatment, lack of treatment, or death. The only way to reduce medical malpractice is to reduce negligence.

A jury awarded a Maryland Heights, Missouri man and his wife $6.4 million in a medical malpractice lawsuit as a result of a stroke he suffered in 2007. The couple alleged that an infection caused the man to suffer an acute stroke that could have been prevented if not for a previous medical misdiagnosis. The lawsuit stated that in 1996, the man was diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse, a condition in which a valve of the heart does not close tightly, potentially causing blood to flow backward in the heart. The suit also stated that an echo-cardiogram in 2001 again showed the existence of the condition, yet the doctor did not order a follow-up echo-cardiogram and never referred the patient to a cardiologist.

In April 2007, the man complained of fatigue, loss of appetite and abdominal pain. Again, he was not referred to a cardiologist and additional tests were not performed to check his heart. On June 12, 2007, he suffered an acute stroke resulting from a bacterial infection on his heart valve. He has restricted use of the right side of his body, difficulty processing words and damage to his short-term memory. He hasn’t been able to return to work as a bank examiner and an IT specialist.

Despite the jury decision, the defendant contends that the evidence “failed to prove” they were negligent or that their alleged negligence caused the man’s injuries. medical malpractice cases are hard fought, difficult cases that can take years to resolve. This unfortunate couple may have been good candidates for litigation funding if they were dealing with financial issues. Even if they did not seek the help from a legal funding company, if they face financial burdens during an appeal, litigation funding can still be a valuable resource.

Litigation funding
can often be arranged within 24 - 48 hours. There are no credit checks and the applicant does not need to be employed. Funding approval is based 100% on the merits of the case and payment is only repaid when the case successfully settles. Because this cash advance against a pending lawsuit is on a non-recourse basis, if the client loses they do not have to pay the money back.

To learn more or to apply, contact the legal funding experts at Lawsuit Financial to discuss your case funding situation. The call is free; the advice is priceless.

July 15, 2013

Protect Your Valuable Case with Lawsuit Funding

Plaintiffs, you no longer have to struggle to make ends meet or settle for less than your case is worth. Call Lawsuit Financial to learn how our lawsuit funding services can provide you with the financial security you need.

Lawsuit Financial has been helping clients for over 14 years remove the financial pressures in order to withstand the long litigious process. We provide non-recourse lawsuit cash on for all types of personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits – auto accidents, medical malpractice, slip and fall, and more.

Faced with a loss of financial resources and possibly dealing with severe injuries and/or loss of employment, without the help of lawsuit funding a plaintiff may have no choice but to settle their lawsuit for less than fair case value. Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance that enables plaintiffs to receive fast cash months or years before their case settles. It can also help to prevent damage to a client’s credit score. Unlike a bank loan, there are no application fees, credit checks, employment verifications, or monthly payments. Because funding is based solely on the merits of the case, once approved, cash can be available in as little as 24 hours. The cash advance is only repaid upon a successful verdict or settlement. If the plaintiff does not receive a favorable settlement or positive award, the cash advance does not need to be repaid.

If you are like hundreds of plaintiffs who are barely able to pay the bills while in a pending lawsuit, there is no reason to settle for less than your case is worth. Complete an online application to explore your options with lawsuit funding.

July 8, 2013

Quadriplegic Awarded $43.1 Million, but an Appeal May Delayed Compensation

In 2007, Dzemila Heco was left a quadriplegic after her Dodge Neon was rear-ended while she was waiting at a traffic light. The woman was wearing a seat belt at the time, but she became “unrestrained” when the seat collapsed backward. According to her attorney, Heco requires around-the-clock care the rest of her life. This widow and mother of two can no longer work or provide for her children as she once did.

Six years after the accident, Heco has been awarded $43.1 million in a lawsuit against Johnson Controls, Inc. The jury award included more than $620,000 for past medical bills, $26.5 million for future medical bills and health care expenses, more than $355,000 for past loss of income, more than $1.2 million for future loss of income, and $14.3 million for pain and suffering. Unfortunately, the ordeal may not be over quite yet. A spokesman for Johnson Controls said the company disagrees with the decision and is considering an appeal.

More likely than not, Heco and her two sons have been struggling financially. If an appeal is filed, it may be a year or longer before she receives justice. In these situations, litigation funding may be available to help this family. Litigation funding, a non-recourse cash advance, is intended to help those in dire financial straits; those facing enormous bills as a result of serious injuries or loss of a loved one. Although the money can be used for anything the client wishes, it is meant to help with the critical expenses such as mortgage payments, car payments, medical bills, therapy, wheelchair, home modifications or a special vehicle for transportation and other incidental expenses a quadriplegic faces daily.

Lawsuit Financial has provided financial assistance to injury victims and their families for over fourteen years. There is no credit check and employment is not necessary. The only requirement to apply for litigation funding is a pending lawsuit with merit and a serious financial need. And, because funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, if the plaintiff loses the case, there is no obligation to pay us back. If you have been seriously injured due to the negligence of someone else and need financial assistance, contact us today or complete our free, online application. If we approve your request, we could have your funds in as little as 24 hours. The process is really that simple.

June 25, 2013

Slip and Fall Victim Learns How Avoid A Low Settlement Offer

Anyone in a pending personal injury lawsuit knows how long the legal process can be. When faced with outstanding bills, credit card debt, and looming foreclosure, victims without savings or help from family or friends were forced to settle for less than full settlement. Today, there is a better option; lawsuit funding.

I was a victim of a slip and fall accident in a grocery store. Due to my injuries, I was unable to return to work. My medical bills alone were a major financial setback, but I was also struggling to put food on the table and keep a roof over my kid’s head. I was ready to accept an offer by the insurance company when someone suggested a lawsuit cash advance. I had never heard of lawsuit funding and had no idea how it worked. I consulted my attorney who recommended Lawsuit Financial. One simple call to Lawsuit Financial changed everything for me. With a $2,500 cash advance, the pressure was off to settle my case for too little. ~ Cynthia D

The lawsuit cash advance meant that Cynthia did not have to choose between accepting a low settlement and paying her bills. It allowed her to avoid foreclosure and gave her the time he needed to get the settlement she deserved. Six months later, Cynthia settled her case for $750,000 and which time she repaid the cash advance. Had Cynthia lost her case, she would have owed us nothing because lawsuit funding is provided to our clients risk-free.

When you can’t financially afford to wait for justice in your personal injury lawsuit, consider lawsuit funding. After receiving your application, we review the merits of your case. Once approved, funds can be available in 48 hours or less. There are not credit checks, employment checks, or monthly payments.

Call today to find out how lawsuit funding can help level the playing field so you don’t have to accept a low settlement offer.

June 20, 2013

Party Bus Operator Faces Wrongful Death Lawsuit

A wrongful-death lawsuit has been filed against Midnight Express, the company's three operators, and one of its drivers after a 26-year-old woman fell to her death after falling out of a party bus. The suit was filed on behalf of the infant daughter of 26-year-old Jamie Frecks.

On May 4, Frecks was celebrating a friend’s bachelorette party when the bus hit a bump as it rounded a curve on Interstate 35 in Kansas City, Kansas. The side double doors flew open and the woman was thrown from the bus. According to the lawsuit, she was struck by at least three vehicles. The suit states that Midnight Express bought the used vehicle in 2010 and made “extensive modifications” that included removal of some of the vehicle’s safety features.

At the end of May, U.S. Department of Transportation issued an “imminent hazard” order that prohibited the company from continuing to operate until it addressed what the federal order termed an “appalling” disregard for safety. According to the order, a post-accident inspection of the bus found several “egregious regulatory safety violations, including no or defective emergency exit windows.” Midnight Express was not in compliance with federal safety standards and did not carry adequate liability.

Hopefully, this case will highlight the importance of safety regulations and ensure that other companies comply with federal safety requirements to avoid future tragedies. For Ms. Freck’s family, our legal system is their means to receive compensation for their loss.

No matter the circumstances, losing a loved one is a painful experience. However, when the loved one's death is due to the negligence of another person, family members can face unexpected funeral expenses and loss of income. The financial roller coaster may be equally as painful as the loss. The family should not be forced to conduct settlement negotiations when they are struggling, financially. If they do, they will, almost always, accept an offer that is less than full case value. Lawsuit Financial can assist victims and family members through the difficult financial issues facing them. We provide non-recourse lawsuit funding to help financially strapped plaintiffs take care of life's necessities (mortgage, rent, food, utilities, gas, car payments, medical expenses, funeral expenses, etc) during a pending claim. Our quick and easy approval process can take less than 48 hours. There are no upfront fees, monthly payments, credit checks or employment verifications. Lawsuit funding is a risk-free option because there is nothing to lose. If the family loses the case, the cash advance is completely waived.

If a loved one has been killed because of someone's negligence, contact an experienced attorney. If you are suffering financially while waiting for a wrongful death lawsuit to settle, consider lawsuit funding to give you a strategic advantage against the insurance company. Visit us online, or call toll free 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) to discuss your financial needs.

June 18, 2013

Plaintiffs May Qualify for Lawsuit Funding If Involved in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Due to the negligence of someone else, the victim of a personal injury related accident may seek compensation. While a personal injury lawsuit is pending, plaintiffs may have ongoing medical expenses and other outstanding bills. In order to withstand the legal process, some plaintiffs will secure lawsuit funding rather than settling for less than case value.

I was in an auto accident and could not work. I quickly went through all my savings and didn’t know what I would do to support my family until the case settled. Someone suggested I get a “lawsuit loan” but I didn’t know what it was. All I knew is that if it was like a bank loan, I would not qualify because I was out of work and could not afford monthly payments. Then, I learned the real term was lawsuit funding, cash advance against my pending lawsuit. Once I applied, approval took less than a day. I paid the mortgage, medical bills, and was able to put food on the table. I would recommend lawsuit funding to anyone in a pending lawsuit that lacks an ad adequate stream of income to stay financially afloat. ~ J.P. Douglas

When a plaintiff applies for lawsuit funding, the first step will be to obtain case documentation from the plaintiff’s attorney. Once this documentation is reviewed, if the case is determined to have merit, funding will be approved. A contract will be signed by the plaintiff, attorney, and funding company at which time funds can be wired into the plaintiff’s account. A significant benefit to lawsuit funding is that the cash advance is a no-risk source of financial assistance meaning that if the plaintiff loses the case, he/she is not obligated to repay the cash advance.

Lawsuit Financial is the leading expert in the funding industry. To learn more about lawsuit funding and determine if it is right for you and your case, call us toll free at 1-877-377-7848 or visit us online.

June 17, 2013

Sustain a Lengthy Legal Process with Lawsuit Funding

If you are involved in an auto accident due to the negligence of someone else, the insurance company may attempt to settle your claim quickly to avoid a lengthy litigation process and to pay less than full case value. However, this is not the best situation for you, especially if you suffered serious injuries. In a case like this, it is imperative to consult an experienced auto accident attorney that can determine your rights. It is equally important to sustain yourself financially during this already stressful time. Lawsuit funding can be the difference between remaining in your home and facing foreclosure.

Innocent victims in an auto accident often have bills to pay and don’t have the savings to withstand a lengthy litigation process. As bills continue to mount, a victim can become convinced that there is no possible way to way for justice and will settle for less than full compensation. A legal funding company can help defray financial burdens with a lawsuit cash advance to cover living expenses and medical bills until a case settles.

Being able to pursue a lawsuit is a crucial first step that many victims assume they are unable to achieve. Lawsuit funding helps level the playing field so plaintiffs can stay financially afloat while their attorney pursues the highest settlement. A lawsuit cash advance is not a “lawsuit loan.” There are no credit checks or employment verifications because funding is based solely on the merits of the case. Additionally, there are no monthly payments or late penalties. The cash advance will be repaid directly from the settlement. If no settlement is achieved, the advance does not need to be repaid.

At Lawsuit Financial, we know how difficult it is to fight for your rights when you have to fight to keep your home and pay the daily household expenses. That’s why we are dedicated to helping financially strapped plaintiffs. Our application is quick and easy, and we work hard to respond within 24 – 48 hours. Once we approve your application, funds can be sent overnight or via electronic bank transfer for immediate use.

Lawsuit funding could make a huge difference in your case and your life. Contact us today to discuss your funding needs and determine if you are eligible for a lawsuit cash advance.

June 11, 2013

Is Your Financial Situation Being Dwarfed By Someone Else’s Negligence?

No longer must seriously injured victims of hit and run accidents, or of any other personal injury accident, wait months, even years for their lawsuits to settle. With lawsuit funding, victims can get emergency cash prior to settling their claim. All that is needed to qualify is a viable lawsuit and representation by an experienced attorney.

A mother plans to seek justice after her 11-year-old daughter was seriously injured by a hit-and-run driver on her way home from school. Witnesses said the driver was talking on her cell phone and actually sped up before hitting the child. After numerous pleas, the driver turned herself in claiming she fled because her license is suspended and she doesn't have insurance.
Shumyia Timley is recovering at home, but remains confined to a wheelchair after breaking her pelvis in three places and suffering from a ruptured eardrum and broken arm. Rather than having fun with friends this summer, the young girl will face weeks of intense physical therapy so she can walk again.

Although she has Medicaid, the hospital bills alone are costly. Family and friends are helping out where they can and a trust fund was set up, but what if it’s not enough to cover the expenses? What if Shumyia’s mom needs time off to care for her daughter and in impacts her income?

Once Shumyia’s mom has hired an attorney, she may apply for lawsuit funding. Lawsuit Financial has helped many plaintiffs in a similar situation because we understand how difficult it can be for a family when the bills are piling up and the debt collectors are calling. We provide non-recourse cash advances against pending claims, and only get paid back when the case settles in our client’s favor. You read that correctly; we do not get paid back if our clients lose their case. That is because our lawsuit cash advances are provided on a non-recourse basis. There is no risk to the client and no out of pocket fees or monthly payments.

Don’t let someone else’s negligence stop you from paying your bills! Call Lawsuit Financial toll-free at 877-377-7848 or visit our website to get the cash you need today.

June 3, 2013

Risk-Free Cash During a Pending Wrongful Death Lawsuit

The expenses related to a fatal auto accident can be overwhelming for the family. In this case, families of the victims may want to contact a wrongful death attorney to understand their rights and seek full compensation for their loss. When a wrongful death lawsuit is filed, the innocent victims and their families may need financial assistance, known as lawsuit funding, to help pay mounting medical bills or funeral and burial expenses.

A day at the beach over Memorial Day weekend ended in tragic auto accident when five teenagers in a 2008 Infiniti veered into a center divider and struck a tree before the vehicle burst into flames. The car hit the tree with such force that the vehicle was split in two. Police believe excessive speed played a major role in this fatal accident. Reports state that the teen driver did not have a valid driver’s license.

There is no word whether families of the victims will file a wrongful death lawsuit, but it is always difficult to hear about the loss of a loved one due to an auto accident. The last thing you want to deal with during the pain and grief is the legal and financial issues. A wrongful death attorney can help you recover compensation for medical expenses, lost wages – present and future, funeral expenses, and pain and suffering.

In the event a claim is filed, waiting for a settlement can take a long time because a wrongful death lawsuit can be very complex and sometimes result lengthy trials. Insurance companies are notorious for dragging a case out for months or even years. When this happens, it may be difficult to pay the bills and meet other financial obligations, putting a family in financial ruin. Fortunately, lawsuit funding may be an option.

Lawsuit funding, a non-recourse cash advance against the future proceeds of the case, can ease financial burdens and give the plaintiff's attorney time to obtain full case value. This immediate funding source provides needed cash to take care of important financial obligations and removes the financial pressure to settle too early for too little compensation.
The application process is easy; more importantly, it’s free. Once a plaintiff qualifies for funding, cash can often be available in as little as 24 hours. Job status or credit ratings do not matter; all that is important is the quality of the case. Additionally, the cash advance is not paid back until the plaintiff successfully settles the case. Because the legal funding company takes all the risk; if the client does not win their case, the debt is excused.

Suffering the loss of a loved one is difficult enough; don’t succumb to a financial hardship as well. Call or visit us online to apply for wrongful death lawsuit funding or for a no obligation consultation.

May 28, 2013

Pre-Settlement Funding: A Plaintiff’s Financial Solution During A Wrongful Death Lawsuit

After the death of a loved one, a family will be faced with many decisions, but when the death is due to the negligence of someone else, it is important to retain a wrongful death attorney as soon as possible. Naturally, the family will face significant emotional trauma but their financial situation may be affected without the support of the deceased. During the litigation process, pre-settlement funding can help ease the financial burden.

Most insurance companies are known for settlement offers at a fraction of case value because they know plaintiffs typically cannot financially sustain themselves during a long legal process. Pre-settlement funding can give plaintiffs the economical staying power assuring them a chance at full compensation for their lawsuit claim.

If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of someone else, learn about your legal rights from an experienced wrongful death attorney. Then, stay financially afloat during the litigation process with the aid of pre-settlement funding from Lawsuit Financial. We understand that wrongful death cases can take years to settle; we help our clients pay medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, mortgage payments, car payments, and daily household bills.

Applying for pre-settlement funding is quick and easy with our timely online services. Simply complete our one-page online application. Once received, one of our specialists will contact you and also request case documentation from your attorney. After reviewing your case, if approved, Lawsuit Financial will wire funds directly into your account within 24 – 48 hours. It is really that simple! Furthermore, there are not credit checks, employment verifications, or monthly payments. Best of all, because our funding is provided non-recourse basis if our clients lose their case, it is not necessary to repay the cash advance. Pre-settlement funding with Lawsuit Financial is really that simple!

May 23, 2013

Take Control of Your Lawsuit and Your Life

Reaching a settlement and just compensation in a personal injury lawsuit can take years – time many cash-strapped plaintiffs do not have. For those who need to make ends meet as they wait for a fair outcome of their case, pre-settlement funding can be an option.

Although pre-settlement funding has been around for some time, it has become more prevalent in recent years. Plaintiffs that are unable to work for a long period of time and have little or no savings to withstand a lengthy litigation process may be tempted to accept a low settlement offer. Pre-settlement funding can not only help pay the bills, avoid long-term debt, and protect a plaintiff’s credit rating.

Lawsuit Financial knows how much an injury can affect an innocent victim, not only physically and emotionally, but financially as well. A plaintiff should have to suffer financially during an already difficult time. Pre-settlement funding can provide peace of mind, making it easier to focus on healing while the plaintiff’s attorney focuses on receiving full case value.

At Lawsuit Financial, we work hard to provide emergency cash to eligible plaintiffs as quickly as 24 hours. We provide funding based solely on the merits of the case at no risk to the plaintiff. If the litigation proves unsuccessful, the plaintiff pays nothing back. The only time we receive any money is when the case successfully settles.

Take control of your life by removing financial worries. If you don’t have the financial means to pursue your case and family or friends can’t help, call the legal funding expert. More information can be found at http://www.lawsuitfinancial.com/.

May 21, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Can Help Victims of Faulty Valve Explosion at Paper Mill

May 19, 2012 began like any other Saturday morning for four employees of the Resolute Forest Products paper mill near the Catawba River. The three men and their supervisor were to work on a fiber line that soaks wood chips into pulp using sodium hydroxide. After soaking, the chips turn into a paper pulp which is used to make paper. But, after the overnight shift had some troubles with the pump, the morning crew decided to close the valves completely. Suddenly, one valve exploded burning the men. Wayne Vinson II was closest to the valve; the caustic solution blew up in his face leaving him blind. He suffered burns on 70% of his body and was in a medical induced coma for two months; the supervisor, Mitch Altman, was burned over 30% of his body. Both have been through several skin grafts. A year later, the emotional and physical scars remain. The two other employees were further from the rupture suffering minimal burns.

State investigators blamed the equipment for the incident. A report by the state Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation after a months-long investigation found that “the valve sleeve inside the pinch valve failed.” A review of the incident showed both design and manufacturing flaws, according to a scientist hired by the labor department.

Vinson and two other victims have filed lawsuits against Flowrox Inc., valve manufacturer, and WACCO, Inc., the company that distributes the valves, claiming negligence and other wrongdoing, caused physical and financial harm. For Vinson, that harm is disfigurement and blindness. The lawsuits seek damages for the loss of ability to work, pain and suffering from the burns and disfigurement, and allegations of product liability malfeasance and negligence. The defendants deny all claims.

Although Resolute has been helping the families, including paying for Vinson’s family to stay at the burn center, the medical costs alone are exorbitant. It may be at least another year before a settlement is reached. For these victims, waiting for their deserved compensation may be a financial strain, leaving them in debt or risking their credit score. Lawsuit funding is a possible solution.

Any financial issues can largely be eliminated with lawsuit funding, a non-recourse cash advance against a pending claim. Because good credit and employment are not necessary, funding can be available within 24 hours of approval. Best of all, if the plaintiff loses, repayment is excused.

If recovering from your injuries is not only taking an emotional and physical toll, but a financial one as well, don’t let someone else’s negligence stop you from paying your bills. Lawsuit Financial may be able to provide you with the financial security you need. It’s fast and easy to apply online or by phone. Contact us today and see if we can help you.

May 20, 2013

Injured Victims Withstand the Litigation Process with Legal Funding Services

More often than not, auto accident victims who are harmed through no fault of their own don’t realize they may be able to file a claim for damages. Instead, they settle with the insurance company, but don’t get what they deserve. This is why it is always worth consulting an experienced auto accident attorney to determine if the case is viable. Once represented by an attorney, plaintiffs can consult a legal funding company to help get back on their feet financially until the case settles.

Plaintiffs can benefit greatly with the help of lawsuit funding. Why? It takes approximately six months to a year to settle an auto accident claim. During this time, many innocent victims struggle to pay not only expenses – medical bills, car repairs - as a result of the accident, but also monthly expenses – mortgage or rent, utilities, groceries. If the plaintiff is unable to work, any savings will be quickly depleted.

If you are in an auto accident, time is against you and insurance companies are not your “good neighbor”. The combination of a skilled auto accident attorney and a legal funding expert on your side can level the playing field and help increase your chances of a favorable settlement.

It is challenging to wait for a case to settle especially when suffering financially. Insurance companies take advantage of this opportunity and drag out the case in an attempt to force plaintiffs to settle for less. This is why legal funding companies were established – to assist plaintiffs facing financial difficulties by providing a cash advance against a pending claim. With lawsuit funding, plaintiffs have the ability to achieve the highest possible lawsuit settlement and stronger position of negotiation.

Lawsuit Financial is a leading expert in the funding business. Once we approve an application, the cash advance can be available within 24 hours. Our application process is easy through our website or by calling our office toll-free. Benefits from Lawsuit Financial are:
• Free, no obligation consultations
• No application or upfront fees of any kind
• No monthly payments
• No credit checks
• No employment verification
• Repayment is only made once the client successful settles
• Repayment is completely waived if the client loses the case

If you are in a pending lawsuit and need cash to pay the bills, Lawsuit Financial makes it affordable and easy for plaintiffs to obtain fast cash, level the playing field, and wait for justice they deserve.

May 9, 2013

How Does Litigation Funding Benefit Plaintiffs?

Litigation funding, a non-recourse cash advance, can help you pay the onslaught of bills and stay financially afloat during a pending lawsuit.

It took five long years to settle a medical malpractice lawsuit resulting from a child being deprived of oxygen at birth. Medical negligence left the child with a severe permanent brain injury. Sadly, she only lived for a short time before succumbing to her fatal brain injury. The lawsuit revealed that not only did the nursing staff fail to adequately monitor the fetal heart strips and did not notice that the baby was in distress, needing immediate emergency medical intervention, but the nurse was in training and not adequately supervised.

Moving forward with this case must have been a very emotional and financially draining decision. Thousands of dollars to pay for medical expenses and counseling, coupled with day to day bills are difficult to consider when you’ve just lost your newborn child. Hopes, dreams and expectations are shattered by this significant loss.

This case is the reality of most lawsuit; they take a very long time to reach a verdict or settlement during which time plaintiffs will often face significant debt. In many instances, big businesses and insurance companies will deny, delay, and defend as long as possible in an attempt to get the plaintiff to settle too soon, for too little. Just like the defendant “buys time” so can the plaintiff. Litigation funding is often the answer to handle unexpected medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, and ordinary living expenses while awaiting a final settlement. It allows plaintiffs to get relief from financial pressure and avoid settling simply due to the need for cash.

Litigation funding can often be arranged within 24-48 hours and is only a phone call away. Don’t let money worries force you to settle prematurely. Applying for, and receiving, litigation funding requires no background or credit check and no employment verification. The only thing that matters is if the case has merit; if it is winnable in court. With litigation funding, there are no monthly payments and the cash advance is repaid only after winning your case. If the case does not settle in your favor, the cash advance is completely waived.

Litigation funding may be the best scenario to move forward with peace of mind and out of a stressful financial state. Once an application is completed, we will your case will be quickly review by our investors. If approved, fund can be available in as little as 24 hours. To learn how litigation funding can benefit your case, complete the online form or call our office toll-free at 1-877-377-7848.

May 9, 2013

Medical Malpractice Claims are Complex. Lawsuit Funding is Not!

Medical malpractice is an all-too-common occurrence. Many people suffer as a result of medical malpractice or negligence – misdiagnosis, wrong site surgery, medication error, and more – every day. Such errors can lead to serious or permanently injuries, even death. When this happens, the victim may be entitled to financial compensation. An experience medical malpractice attorney can help evaluate the circumstances and determine whether the victim has a viable case. After a medical malpractice lawsuit is filed, the time between the lawsuit and settlement can stretch over years. As a victim, you have already suffered from the injustice of your injuries; the ability to wait for compensation may not be an option. When a plaintiff is dealing will the loss of income and mounting unpaid bills, one solution that is lawsuit funding, a non-recourse cash advance against a pending claim.

Lawsuit funding companies, like industry leader Lawsuit Financial, provide fast cash to level the playing field with the profitable insurance company. While the lawsuit makes its way through the courts, a funding company can provide "quick cash" to pay medical bills and living expenses. Receiving lawsuit funding is based solely on the strength of the case. With financial worries at bay, the plaintiff can concentrate on recovering and the plaintiffs' attorney has more time to seek full compensation.

The process to obtain medical malpractice lawsuit funding is simple, and it is no risk to the plaintiff.

Here are the advantages of lawsuit funding:
• No credit check
• No employment verification
• No out of pocket fees
• No monthly payments
• Fast approval – in as little as 24 hours
• Repay only if, and when, you successfully settle your case

Medical expenses and lost income often cause financial hardship and put victims and their families in a downward financial spiral. If you were injured or lost a loved one due to a medical error and have filed a medical malpractice lawsuit, you most likely will encounter significant financial pressures because these types of claims are not quick to settle. When this happens, don't add to your burden by making your finances a problem as well. Keep your case strong and viable by calling Lawsuit Financial or complete our one-page online application.

May 7, 2013

Lawsuit Financial Addresses Financial Needs with Pre-Settlement Funding

If you have been plaintiff in a personal injury case, you may know how difficult it can be to pay the bills. If your ability to work is hindered by injuries, you may have found yourself unable to support your family. Did you know there is a service called pre-settlement funding that can help you in your financial time of need?

There are many instances of personal injury that happen every day. It could be the result of an auto accident, medical malpractice, slip and fall, dangerous or defective product. Seriously injured victims will file a lawsuit to seek justice as well as compensation to help pay for damages caused by negligence or a wrongful act. Unfortunately, a personal injury claim can take years to settle. For this reason, many plaintiffs avoid pursuing justice because they feel that they simply do not have the resources to fight against an insurance company.

Pre-settlement funding, a non-recourse cash advance provided to cash-strapped plaintiffs in a pending claim can help plaintiffs pay everyday necessities while their case works its way through the courts. For plaintiffs who are out of work due to their injuries, a lawsuit advance may be the only way to “buy” the time needed for a fair settlement offer.

Pre-settlement funding is based solely on the strength of a case, not on the credit strength of a plaintiff. When a plaintiff enters into a contract with a funding company, he/she promises to repay the advance from the proceeds of the settlement. If the plaintiff loses, the repayment is completely waived. Unlike a “loan”, there are no upfront fees or monthly payments, and the funding company does not evaluate an applicant’s credit worthiness or employment history.

Pre-settlement funding essentially frees plaintiffs from the financial worries that a lawsuit can cause, so he/she can fight the largely funded insurance company. If you are in need of fast cash during your pending lawsuit, contact Lawsuit Financial. With us, it is easy to apply online or by calling our office toll-free at 1-877-377-7848.

May 2, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Supports Defective Product Lawsuits

When we purchase a product on the store shelf, we assume the product is safe and free of all defects. Although, product manufacturers have a responsibility to warn consumers of the potential dangers associated with their products recalling a defective product is often spurred by a serious injury or death. When this occurs, the lives of victims are changed physically, emotionally, and financially. Bringing a lawsuit against the manufacturer of the defective product may be the only means to hold the company accountable for their negligence, receive fair compensation for losses incurred, and help prevent future dangers to consumers. Unfortunately, due to the nature of our legal system, a financially-strapped plaintiff may not be able to wait for a fair settlement. This is where lawsuit funding can help level the playing field so the innocent victim can fight for justice.

If you have been injured or lost a loved one due to a dangerous or defective product, it is imperative that you immediately consult an experienced attorney. Once you have filed a claim, if you are struggling financially, contact a legal funding company about the advantages of lawsuit funding to assist with your monthly bills, medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, or simply putting food on the table or gas in the car while you wait on a case settlement.

Our funding is based strictly on the strength of your lawsuit. We offer a no-obligation consultation to determine what funding will fit your financial needs. Once funding is approved, we can provide the money you need within 24 – 48 hours. Lawsuit funding is risk-free because there is no obligation to pay back the cash advance if you lose your case. Additionally, the application process is quick and easy because there is no need for credit checks or employment verification. Don’t let bills pile up and ruin your credit. Don’t risk foreclosure or bankruptcy. Call our office or visit us online to receive the cash advance you need today.

April 29, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Solutions for TBI Victims of an Auto Accident

Thirty-two year old Carrie was a passenger in a serious auto accident that has left her with traumatic brain injuries and bound to a wheelchair. The accident occurred over a year ago when the driver of a Toyota Camry was speeding and ran a stop sign. Carrie still requires round-the-clock care, including help with even the simplest tasks such as getting out of bed or cutting her food. According to doctors, Carrie may need care 24/7 for the rest of her life. Her husband will struggle physically, emotionally, and financially trying to make ends meet and providing not only care for his wife, but also for their three-year-old daughter.

This two-vehicle auto accident serves as a reminder that all it takes is one small mistake – speeding, driver distractions, driving under the influence – to cause a serious or even fatal accident. Such accidents can be avoided if people made the right choices when getting behind the wheel.

Carrie’s family is seeking compensation for past and future medical expenses, loss of income, round-the-clock care, pain and suffering, loss of love and companionship, and other costs resulting from the accident.

If you were seriously injured while a passenger or lost a loved one in an auto accident due to the negligence of someone else, it is important to contact an experienced attorney for a case evaluation, and to determine your legal rights and options. Once a lawsuit is filed, if you are facing a financial burden that may result in settling your case for less than full and just compensation, you may want to consider lawsuit funding, a cash advance against a pending claim.

Attorneys need time to process and pursue the case, and a financially desperate plaintiff is not a positive influence on settlement negotiations. Lawsuit funding is the means to help pay the bills and remove the financial pressures of settling too soon.

Lawsuit Financial has provided financial assistance to injury victims and their families for over fourteen years. We assist our clients by providing a non-recourse cash advance against a pending lawsuit. Non-recourse means that if our client loses the case, the cash advance we provided is completely waived. Although funding can be used for anything the client wishes, it is meant to help with the critical expenses such as mortgage payments, car payments, medical bills, etc.

There is no reason to suffer anymore than you already have. Lawsuit Financial has a proven track record of providing funding within 24 – 48 hours after approving a lawsuit funding applicant. If you need emergency cash to withstand the legal process, but avoid debt and poor credit contact Lawsuit Financial today.

April 25, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Helps Plaintiffs Pay the Bills and Fight Their Case

I would like thank Lawsuit Financial for their timely cash advance during my long legal process. With your help, I was able to save our home from foreclosure and avoid mounting debt.

It is stressful enough when a family member is seriously injured, without worrying about losing everything. Because I was the sole breadwinner, being out of work due to my injuries quickly became a financial nightmare. After calling three legal funding companies, I applied for a $2,500 cash advance with Lawsuit Financial. Your staff quickly obtained the documents needed from my attorney and approved me for funding within 24 hours. There are not enough words to express how grateful I am for all your help. I would definitely recommend Lawsuit Financial to anyone needing lawsuit funding.

T.J. ~ Michigan

When a plaintiff is suffering financially and the litigation process is dragging on, lawsuit funding can remove some of the burden. Lawsuit funding (sometimes referred to as a “lawsuit loan”) is a non-recourse cash advance (not a loan) against a pending settlement. With lawsuit funding, a plaintiff is not only able to pay the bills, but avoid accepting a low settlement offer.

At Lawsuit Financial, we understand the stress associated with falling behind in the mortgage, car payments, utility bills, and simply putting food on the table. Our experienced staff can answer all your funding questions and usually provide a cash advance within 24 – 48 hours. Your past financial status does not affect your ability to obtain a cash advance. It doesn’t matter if you have bad credit or are unemployed. Because lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, plaintiffs will only repay the advance once the case successfully settles. If our client loses, the repayment is waived in its entirety including the advance.

If you are struggling to pay the bills and living expenses, do not hesitate to apply for lawsuit funding. The application process is quick via our website or by calling our office.

April 16, 2013

Don’t Accept A Low Settlement Offer Due to Financial Needs. Let Lawsuit Funding Help.

No one is every prepared for an accident, but when it happens, often times victims are faced with mounting bills especially if the injuries resulted in being out of work. Unfortunately, in cases like this, banks typically will not provide a loan. Even if they did, how would an already cash-strapped plaintiff pay the monthly payments? Insurance companies use every tactic in the book to persuade innocent victims to settle for less than they deserve. These insurers will de-value claims or use delay tactics in an effort force plaintiffs to accept inadequate settlement offers. At Lawsuit Financial we can do what banks can’t.

If an innocent victim has filed a lawsuit and has a valid claim, Lawsuit Financial may be able to provide a non-recourse cash advance to help pay the bills while waiting for case resolution. This means plaintiffs can wait for a fair settlement or award rather than accepting a low offer due to financial constraints. Here is one testimony that was recently received in our office.

I can’t thank you enough for what you did to help me get through the rough times until my case settled. With the cash advance against my lawsuit, I was able to put food on the table, keep a roof over my family’s head, and pay my medical bills. Removing the financial pressures helped me heal physically and emotionally while waiting for a fair settlement. Thanks for everything. ~ James B

For injured victims, every day can be a struggle waiting for a settlement. Paying the bills, buying food, and other monthly expenses are constantly at the forefront of your mind. Lawsuit funding is the means to avoid settling for less than you deserve. There is nothing complicated about applying for lawsuit funding. The first step is to complete a simple, one-page application. Once received, our office will contact your attorney information relevant to the accident such as what caused your injuries and the scope of those injuries. There are no upfront fees, monthly payments, credit checks or employment verification. If approved, money can be available for use within 24 hours. Because lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, you owe us nothing if you lose your case.

Why settle for far less than you deserve or face possible bankruptcy because you cannot pay your bills? With lawsuit funding, you can move forward with your lawsuit no matter how long it takes and your attorney can fight for the maximum compensation you deserve. Talk to your attorney, then call or visit us online. Lawsuit funding could be the financial relief you need.

April 15, 2013

Personal Injury Plaintiffs Can Avoid Financial Worry with Lawsuit Funding

Reaching a settlement in a personal injury lawsuit often takes years, and more often than not, leaving plaintiffs are unable to meet their financial obligations. Even paying for life necessities – food, shelter, utility bills – can become too much to bear, especially if the plaintiff is unable to work. Defendants’ are all too aware of this financial burden and will offer settlements far below a case’s actual worth. To avoid an unjust settlement offer, plaintiffs are turning to lawsuit funding for financial assistance.

Lawsuit funding is a no-risk cash advance against a pending claim. Not only does it help the plaintiff pay necessary bills and withstand prolonged litigation, but the cash advance provides time for the plaintiff’s attorney to pursue the claim to maximize recovery.

How is lawsuit funding no risk? The funding company only recoups the cash advance if the plaintiff prevails by securing a settlement. Should the plaintiff lose the case, the funding company receives nothing, not even the amount of the advance.

What are the monthly payments? Unlike a traditional bank loan, with pre-settlement lawsuit funding there are no monthly payments. The only payment is upon favorable case resolution and is paid directly from the lawsuit proceeds.

What is needed for approval? There is no need for employment verification or credit checks. Approval of lawsuit funding is based solely on the merits of the case, the likelihood of success, and the anticipated value of the case.

How does it work? A plaintiff with a personal injury applies for a lawsuit cash advance with a reputable legal finance company. Once the funding company reviews the application, if approved, a contract is drafted and executed. Funds will be available within 24 – 48 hours. The funding company will recoup its investment if, and only if, the client’s case successfully settles.

Lawsuit funding is not for everyone, but for those facing financial hardship, it can be very helpful. Rather than settling early — and for a far lesser amount due to monetary pressure — our legal funding services can help you catch up on unpaid bills and enjoy peace of mind until your case settles.

Anyone looking to learn more about lawsuit funding can browse our website or call our office toll free at 877-377-7848. For those ready to apply, complete our one-page application by clicking here.

April 9, 2013

Fatal Accident after Pick-Up Truck Hydroplanes Hitting School Bus

An experienced auto accident attorney can help victims obtain fair compensation for damages incurred; auto accident lawsuit funding can help victims withstand a long litigation process.

When we hear of an auto accident, we usually assume there were two vehicles – one driver negligent or at fault; the other an innocent victim. Last month, the driver of a pick-up truck hydroplaned slamming into a school bus. The accident left the truck driver dead; fourteen students and three adults were taken to the hospital with injuries ranging from minor bumps and bruises to more serious hip injuries. Although the accident is still under investigation, a common cause of hydroplaning (skidding on water) is speeding. However, auto accidents are not always a driver's fault; sometimes accidents are the result of defective or poorly designed roads. When a road is not properly built, it can hold too much water causing a driver to hydroplane out of control. If this occurs, the government agency may be held liable for damages.

In a recent accident, the family of the deceased driver may want to speak to an experienced auto accident attorney. If the driver hydroplaned due to poor road conditions, his surviving relatives may have a case. The other victims may file a personal injury lawsuit in order to pursue financial compensation for injuries and medical expenses.

Litigation is usually an overwhelming process. There are police reports, medical reports, witness statements, complaints, interrogatories, pleadings, discovery requests, motions, etc. Often times, plaintiffs will consider settling a valuable case too soon, for too little compensation just to pay the bills and avoid debt. Instead, the plaintiff should contact a lawsuit funding company.

Lawsuits are often settled too early, for too little, simply because plaintiffs are not in a financial position to withstand the long litigation process. Legal finance services are available to help an injured person or loved one pay important bills and expenses, while waiting for a fair resolution of his/her case. With the financial pressure removed, there is no need to resolve any case for less than the full value of a case. The application process is quick and easy, and there are no fees to apply, no credit check, no job requirement, and no payments to make. Lawsuit funding gives plaintiffs a strategic advantage because it gives them leverage against the insurance company; it prevents the plaintiff from being forced to take inadequate offers from greedy carriers. Best of all, lawsuit funding is truly a no-risk solution because if a plaintiff loses the case, the cash advance is kept free of charge. What bank makes that kind of offer?

Don’t settle for pennies on the dollar. Lawsuit funding is available, right now, to pay your rent, mortgage, car payment, credit card bills, utilities, groceries, medical expenses, transportation costs, and any other important bill or expense, while you wait for your case to resolve.

Here are some factors to consider whether lawsuit funding is right for your case.
1. Are you more worried about your immediate financial issues than about your accident, injuries, and receiving full compensation?
2. Are you facing eviction, foreclosure, repossession of you vehicle or other significant loss of valuable property?
3. Are you unable to put food on the table, pay for medical treatment/expenses or other necessities of life?
4. Do you need surgery/medical procedures that insurance won’t cover and you can’t otherwise afford?
5. Are you seriously considering settling your valuable case for inadequate compensation?

If the answer is “yes” to most or all of these questions, you are a likely candidate for lawsuit funding. By eliminating financial desperation, lawsuit funding is a vital tool in creating enhanced revenue.

March 28, 2013

Lawsuit Funding for Premises Negligence

Often times, owners of the premises where slip and fall accidents take place deny responsibility and delay resolution of a claim, forcing the injured person to wait years for just compensation. During this time, bills don’t stop coming. If the victim financial assistance during a pending claim, lawsuit funding may be a quick and risk-free option.

Alexis, a financial planner, was on a business trip when she slipped and fell in the weight room of the hotel because of a liquid substance on the floor. The fall caused her to fracture her leg requiring surgery. Alexis filed a lawsuit claiming the accident and injuries could have been prevented if the hotel employees had either cleaned up the spill or warned guests of its existence. Serious injuries prevented her from returning to work. The wheels of justice were turning slowly and she needed money to pay medical expenses. With a lawsuit cash advance of $2,500, Alexis was able to avoid an early settlement, debt, or jeopardizing her credit history.

If you were in a slip and fall accident, injuries may result in extensive medical bills, lost income due to an inability to return to work, and future medical needs. A personal injury attorney will make sure your rights are protected during this difficult time so that you can recover from the accident and receive fair compensation.

Filing a personal injury lawsuit is one of the most effective ways to hold liable parties financially responsible for injuries caused by their negligence. At the same time, a lawsuit cash advance can help pay the bills so plaintiffs aren’t forced to settle for less than fair compensation.

Lawsuit Financial has helped many clients following slip and fall accidents. With the necessary documentation from the plaintiff’s attorney, we can approve funding quickly and have cash in hand within 24 – 48 hours. Funding is approved based on the merits of the case, but it is also worry-free funding because our clients owe us nothing until they successfully settle their case, and owe absolutely nothing if they lose their case.

If you have suffered injuries from a slip and fall accident and mounting bills are more than you can handle, give us a call for a free, no-obligation consultation or visit us online. We may be able to get you the money you need, when you need it most.

March 25, 2013

Right Clothing, Right Casket, but Wrong Body

When negligence occurs, should a family pursue a case in an attempt to seek justice? An experienced attorney can help victims determine if a case is viable. Once a lawsuit is pending, if money is a problem, Lawsuit Financial can provide financial assistance until justice is served.

After a calamitous event for a grieving family, a lawsuit has been filed alleging negligence by the Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home.

Going to your husband's funeral and seeing his body in a casket is hard enough. But what if you go to his funeral; and see a stranger’s body? That is what happened to a Virginia woman last April. The woman paid over $6,000 to Hollomon-Brown for an open casket viewing, funeral services, and cremation for her late husband. When the grieving widow and family and friends arrived the day of the viewing, they found the most important detail missing – his body. His body had transported to another Hollomon Brown funeral home and took two hours to be returned. The widow alleges she still experiences “nightmares, panic attacks and flashbacks of seeing another man in her husband’s casket and clothing.” The lawsuit seeks $850,000 in damages.

Lawsuit Financial is a legal funding company whose services are an alternative to bank loans. Unlike a bank, there are no monthly payments or credit checks, and repayment is only made after successful settling the case. Funding is on a non-recourse basis so if the client loses the case, there is no obligation for repayment.

Imagine getting cash now from your lawsuit instead of waiting months or years for case resolution. Simply complete our free, online lawsuit funding application. If you prefer, an application can be completed via phone.

March 18, 2013

Lawsuit Funding May Be Helpful When A Wrongful Death Occurs Because a Dangerous Product was not Recalled

If you have lost a loved one because of a defective or dangerous product and have filed a lawsuit, you may become a victim of financial ruin as well. When dealing with multiple jurisdictions in a lawsuit, a case can take much longer to settle. If such delays cause financial hardship, lawsuit funding may be a viable option.

A grieving Illinois mother has filed a lawsuit against a Canadian furniture manufacturer following the death of her 2-year-old son. The child apparently was attempting to climb onto the dresser in his bedroom when it toppled on top of him. The little boy died from suffocation under the weight of the dresser.

The lawsuit alleges that the manufacturer did not provide warnings or instructions to help prevent the tip-over. The suit also names the now dissolved local distributor of the dresser and its owners. The plaintiff is seeking compensatory damages on behalf of her son. Her attorney anticipates the suit could be transferred to federal court because of the multiple jurisdictions. "We're dealing with a Canadian company, so it's going to take longer," he said.

The dresser as originally constructed lacked anchoring straps to secure it to a wall. In May 2009, there was a voluntary industry change requiring that tip-over restraints that would attach to the interior wall, framing or other support be included with all dressers. The manufacturer has recalled nearly 300 Natart Chelsea three-drawer dressers since the incident and is supplying owners of the dressers with a retrofit kit to secure the furniture to a wall. Today's models of the same piece of furniture come with the anchor straps.

While most defective product cases are never intentional, it is up to manufacturers to protect consumers. Lawsuits help ensure that in the future safety comes first. In the meantime, when a company is negligent, victims are entitled to just compensation. Families waiting out the litigation process may be in need of financial assistance known as lawsuit funding, a cash advance against a pending claim. In order to determine whether funding is a viable option in your case, complete an online application or call our office. Our lawsuit funding options are based on the merits and strengths of your lawsuit; credit rating and employment history are not important. Because our funding in on a non-recourse basis, you only repay the cash advance if you win your case. If not, the money is yours to keep. Funds are usually available within 24 – 48 hours. If you need financial relief during a pending claim, don’t let the bills pile up and ruin your credit. Contact Lawsuit Financial today!

March 7, 2013

Jury Award for Permanently Disabled Man after 2008 Auto Accident

In December 2008, an 18-year-old driver of a Chevy Caprice was seriously injured when his vehicle collided with a Waterloo police officer. The officer and two passengers in the teen’s vehicle escaped with minor injuries. The teen driver was left paralyzed.

The paralyzed man filed a lawsuit against the police officer and City of Waterloo alleging that the police officer caused the accident when he ran a red light without using his lights and sirens. This week, a jury returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff. Although he was found 25% at fault, the City will pay $10.2 for past and future medical expenses.

This young man has been completely paralyzed for over four years, sleeping in a hospital bed in the living room of his home. Winning his case was no simple process; the defendant most likely argued that the accident was caused because the teen was driving under the influence. The jury recognized the teen was partially at fault however, the plaintiff's attorney showed enough proff that police officer was negligent when he chose to respond to a call without his lights and siren on. He was also speeding through the intersection at the time of the accident.

Lawsuit funding
could possibly have helped this young man during a difficult financial period. A cash advance from a legal funding company is often the answer to difficult situations where a family or individual is struggling to make ends meet without sufficient funds to handle unexpected medical bills and ordinary living expenses, all while trying to pick of the pieces of their shattered lives. With a lawsuit cash advance, the repayment is contingent on the outcome of the lawsuit. That means if the plaintiff loses their case, they would not be obligated to pay back the cash advance.

If you were seriously injured in an auto accident and need financial assistance to help pay the bills while waiting for your case to settle, lawsuit funding may be the answer. After completing an online application, your case will be evaluated and if approved, funds can be wired into your account within 24-48 hours. Why struggle any longer? The call is free; the advice is priceless.

March 5, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Supports Medical Malpractice Cases

One might find it hard to imagine that a doctor could amputate the wrong leg or remove the wrong kidney, but it does happen. When such medical negligence occurs, the resulting damages are irreparable. Unfortunately, most medical errors are not this “cut and dry.” Many cases involve multiple parties and because of the complex nature of medical malpractice cases, they take longer to reach trial – on average 3 – 5 years – than a victim has time to wait.

Medical malpractice victims often have serious financial issues directly related to damages incurred. Medical expenses and lost income often cause financial hardship and put victims and their families in a downward financial spiral. Creditors don’t care if a plaintiff can’t work or lost income from a deceased loved one; they only care about getting paid. When this happens, it is not uncommon for a plaintiff to seek litigation funding to mitigate these economic hardships.

Lawsuit Financial helps plaintiffs lessen their financial burdens while they wait for a favorable recovery in their case by providing a cash advance against the pending claim. Litigation funding is based on the merits and strengths of the lawsuit, not personal credit or work history. Once approved, funds can be used at the plaintiff’s discretion, although it is recommended to be use to pay medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, and other pressing bills.

Applying for medical malpractice litigation fundinghttp://www.lawsuitfinancial.com/lawyer-attorney-1307789.html is fast and free. With no need for credit checks or employment verifications, approval can be made quickly and funds available within 24 – 48 hours of approval. Best of all, litigation funding is risk-free; the plaintiff only repays the advance after winning the case and if the plaintiff loses, no repayment is required.

f you are in a medical malpractice lawsuit and need fast cash, begin your road to financial freedom by calling Lawsuit Financial or visiting us online.

February 28, 2013

Cash Now, Settlement Later With Litigation Funding

A plaintiff in a medical malpractice lawsuit may require additional medical treatment, face with life-long disabilities, require round-the-clock care, and/or be unable to work. The lawsuit could take years to resolve at which time the plaintiff may struggle to pay not only medical bills, but also monthly expenses. Times like this are when a plaintiff may be interested in litigation funding.

Olean General Hospital and three insulin pen manufacturers have been named in medical malpractice lawsuits filed by former diabetic patients of Olean General. The patients allege that hospital negligence exposed them to blood borne diseases after receiving insulin through an insulin pen. They have now tested positive for Hepatitis.

Last month, the hospital announced there was a possibility that insulin pens were re-used on different patients between November 2009 and mid-January 2013. Although close to 600 people have been tested for HIV and hepatitis B and C to date, hospital officials said there is “no evidence that anyone at the hospital received contamination through an insulin pen."

How many more cases may surface? No patient should be exposed to life-threatening diseases due to the negligence of improper procedures; these incidents were entirely preventable. Pursuing justice for medical malpractice victims is not just about compensation; lawsuits help promote safer and better health care. Unfortunately, the litigation process can be a long, drawn out process. Mounting medical expenses and loss of income from an inability to return to work can force many victims into financial hardship and bankruptcy.

Litigation funding is a financing option for those seeking damages related to medical malpractice. It is a cash advance ahead of the actual expected settlement or court verdict. Simply complete our free, online application or call our office. There is no credit check or employment verification, and there are no monthly payments. If we approve your request, we could have your funds in as little as 24 hours. The process is really that simple.

Litigation funding is a lifesaver if you are facing months or years waiting for a valuable lawsuit to settle or go to trial, and trying to pay your bills with no visible source of income. If you think you have no alternative but to file bankruptcy, then consider litigation funding. And, because funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, if you lose your case, you have no obligation to pay us back.

February 25, 2013

Pre-Settlement Funding may be the Easiest Way to Improve Your Financial Stability during a Lawsuit

Pre-settlement funding has helped thousands of people cover medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, and monthly financial obligations as the result of a drunk driving accident. This type of funding is a non-recourse cash advance against a pending claim to help defray financial burdens during a long, litigation process.

Two widows filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the driver of the pick-up truck that killed their husbands and three local bars who allegedly served him. The truck driver was speeding when he crossed the center lane and struck a group of motorcyclists. The suit alleges that the bars over-served the man when he was already visibly intoxicated, ultimately contributing to the deadly accident. A police report states that the drunk driver had three beers at the first bar and four to five drinks at another prior to the accident. Four seriously injured motorcyclists are also part of the lawsuit.

If you or a loved one has been injured by a drunk driver, contacting a personal injury attorney is crucial to determining your legal rights. You may also be able to seek compensation from a bar or restaurant that over-served the drunk driver. Unfortunately, this will most likely be a slow, arduous process. Pre-settlement funding may be a solution to bridging the financial gap by helping to pay medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, or simply meeting monthly financial obligations as you await the resolution to your lawsuit.

At Lawsuit Financial, we are dedicated to making the process as simple as possible. Our application is a simple, one-page document that is available on our website or can be completed over the phone by calling our office. We will review your application quickly, and usually respond within 24 – 48 hours. Once approved, funds can be sent overnight or delivered via electronic bank transfer. Having the money you need, when you need it most is our goal.

February 22, 2013

Bus Accident Leaves Teen Fighting for his Life While Mom Fights for his Rights

When a bus accident causes serious injuries or death, the victims may be eligible for compensation. Even in cases where fault is obvious, a lawsuit can take a long time to settle. If this happens and the victim is struggling to pay the bills, bus accident lawsuit funding may be a solution.

Students and chaperones were returning from a field trip when the bus in which they were passengers struck an overpass on a major roadway to the Massachusetts Turnpike. The roof of the bus caved in injuring more than 30 people. The cause of the accident appears to be driver negligence; apparently the driver was looking at his GPS and missed the height limit warning signs before the overpass.

A 16-year-old student was critically injured and is still on a ventilator. He is unable to speak and can’t move his legs. He has already undergone surgery to insert a tracheotomy tube. His mother has filed a lawsuit against the driver of the buss and his employer alleging that the driver’s negligence caused her son to suffer serious injuries including a shattered vertebra, numerous vertebrae fractures and bone fragments in his spinal canal, and other medical conditions. The likelihood that the teen will be permanently disabled is highly probable. Crash reconstruction experts have not completed the investigation and are refusing the plaintiff’s attorney access to the bus halting steps to gather evidence to build a case.

In the meantime, the teen will be in the hospital for an unknown length of time. Even after released, he will have a long road of rehabilitation. The medical expenses alone could be more than this mother can bear.

Bus accident lawsuit funding is a cash advance based on the strengths and merits of the lawsuit; credit and employment are not important. Unlike a bank loan, lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis meaning that if this woman obtained lawsuit funding and then lost her case, she would not be obligated to repay the legal funding company.

Lawsuit Financial offers an easy application process online or over the phone, and once we approve you request, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. With Lawsuit Financial, financial freedom is just a click or phone call away.

February 19, 2013

Cash Now Before You Settle Your Automobile Accident Lawsuit

More often than not, an auto accident case takes more than a quick insurance claim or settlement. After a personal injury lawsuit is filed, the process has just begun. Auto accident lawsuits usually take several years depending on the accident’s severity. It is recommended that victims seek the services of an experienced attorney to clearly understand the legal system and to fight for full and fair compensation. But, what if you don’t have the financial means to withstand deny, delay, and defend tactics the insurance company? When this happens, don’t settle for less; contact the best in lawsuit funding.

I just wanted to thank Lawsuit Financial for coming to my aid when I need help the most. After my auto accident, I was unable to return to work and my wife was on bed rest due to complications with her pregnancy. I had no idea where to turn, but knew I need fast cash to pay the bills or we could lose everything. I applied for lawsuit funding on a Monday and had the money in my checking account within 24 hours. Again, I can’t thank you enough for helping me financially during a long legal process. With your cash advance, I was able to wait for full compensation from my claim. ~ E.J. - Florida

If you have filed an auto accident claim against another driver, you may be seeking fast cash before settling your lawsuit. Our auto accident cash advances can help you stay financially afloat and meet your financial obligation until your case settles. Funding can be available in as little as 24 hours because our application process is fast, easy, and hassle-free. You do not need to have good credit or a job to qualify; we are only concerned with the merits of your case and your financial needs. Additionally, our lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis meaning that you pay back the cash advance only if you settle or win your lawsuit. If you do not settle, you do not have to repay the advance.

Let lawsuit funding financially empower you to withstand the litigation process for the best possible settlement. Call or visit us online.

February 11, 2013

Staying in Your Lawsuit Financially Risk-Free

Many victims and their families have learned about financial hardships after suffering a personal injury or wrongful death. Attorneys can share experiences where clients were forced to accept a low settlement offer from the insurance company solely because the client needed fast cash. This is why Mark Bello founded Lawsuit Financial – to meet the growing demand for lawsuit funding, sometimes called “lawsuit loans.” Mr. Bello and his team understand the importance of lawsuit funding as a tool to help plaintiffs weather the financial storm.

Until a settlement is reached, a plaintiff may face significant expenses–such as medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, auto payments or car repairs, mortgage payments or rent, and other household expenses. Compounding this impediment is the fact that some plaintiffs are unable to work because of a serious injury. When this affects a plaintiff’s financial position, lawsuit funding can be a lifesaver.

Lawsuit Financial urges all plaintiffs to only seek the amount of funding absolutely necessary to pay the emergency bills. The first step is to complete a short application. We will request information from the plaintiff’s attorney in order to review the case and make a funding decision. If approved, repayment is required ONLY if the outcome of the lawsuit is successful! This means if you lose your case, you won’t be faced with paying off a new loan in addition to the already mounting debt. That’s right, if you lose you owe us nothing because we assume all the risk.

If you are struggling to make ends meet, contact Lawsuit Financial. Our consultations are free; the application process is free. We keep plaintiffs fighting for restitution as long as it takes to win.

February 11, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Puts Victim of Tractor-Trailer Accident

When a victim has been involved in an accident involving a tractor trailer, it often times causes serious injuries leading to long-term medical treatment. During the litigation process, the victim’s attorney must prove the driver of the tractor trailer was negligent or careless at the time of the accident. This could take months, even years. While the victim’s attorney fights for compensation, lawsuit funding can help ease the financial burdens.

I recently settled a personal injury lawsuit after being involved in an accident with a tractor trailer. I was the truck drivers fault, but his employer and insurance company were fighting my claim. I hired an attorney that specializes in vehicle accidents, but the delays in reaching a settlement were reaping havoc on my finances. I applied for lawsuit funding and within 24 hours was able to pay off my debt and keep my lawsuit afloat. ~ Johnnie J. from Illinois

Johnnie suffered multiple fractures and broken bones after the driver of the tractor trailer hit him head-on. His injuries required extensive medical treatment and recovery and kept him out of work for over a year. Lawsuit Financial was able to provide Johnnie with a lawsuit cash advance to pay down his medical bills and mortgage helping him to achieve a larger settlement offer.

Plaintiffs in tractor-trailer accident cases will find our application quick and easy. Once you apply, we will work directly with your attorney to gather the necessary information to review and process your request quickly. Approvals can often be made within 24 hours. Our only requirement is that you are represented by an attorney and your case has merit.

Lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, so nothing is paid back until you receive your case settlement. If, for some reason, you don't win your case, the repayment is completely waived. It is no longer necessary to allow corporate defense attorneys force you to settle prematurely for a fraction case value. If you are injured in a tractor trailer accident, and struggling financially, let lawsuit funding remove the financial pressure and gives you and your attorney the time needed to fully pursue your case.

February 8, 2013

Level the Playing Field With Lawsuit Funding

A 28-year-old man was killed this week in an auto accident when his vehicle crossed the center line of the road and then hit a truck driven by a 47-year-old man. The victim and two passengers in his vehicle died at the scene. The driver of the truck escaped with minor injuries. Although the investigation is ongoing, it has emerged that the deceased driver was using her cell phone at the time of the accident. There is also evidence that he was driving under the influence of alcohol.

The families of the deceased may seek damages in the loss of their loved ones. Hiring an experienced personal injury attorney is recommended; an attorney can help ensure that the investigation is thoroughly conducted and in the best interest of the victim’s family. It can be difficult for the plaintiffs to withstand the litigation process and make a strong case if they must worry about how to pay the funeral and burial expenses. They may not be aware that these concerns can be eliminated with lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is an emergency cash advance to help plaintiffs pay the bills ahead of their expected settlement or verdict. It provides plaintiffs with the staying power to fight the insurance company. With financial peace of mind, plaintiffs will be in a better position to fight for fair compensation. This non-recourse cash advance can be obtained within 24 – 48 hours. The first step is to complete an online application. The funding company will do the rest.

Don’t lose more than your case value just because you don’t have money to push for justice. If someone in your family suffered from wrongful death due to the negligence of another, and you are facing serious financial issues while waiting for a settlement, you should look no further than Lawsuit Financial. Call 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) and let us help you level the playing field.

February 8, 2013

Litigation Funding Helps Plaintiffs In Pursuit of Case Value

Are you experiencing financial difficulty from an accidental injury or disability that was not your fault? Has your lawyer filed a lawsuit for financial recovery, but you need money now to pay the mortgage, car payment, medical bills, and household bills? Immediate cash may be available to you through a litigation funding company.

If you are involved in a lawsuit or legal claim, it may take months or even years to receive the highest possible settlement. When your ability to work is affected, the longer your case lasts, the more difficult it becomes to pay ongoing bills. Litigation funding is a way to bridge the gap between when you file a lawsuit and when you reach an appropriate resolution of your case. Although other terms for this type of funding may be referred to as "lawsuit loan" it is not actually a loan, but a cash advance against the settlement in a lawsuit.

Years ago, plaintiffs had no option but to settle their case if they couldn’t financially afford to wait for a fair settlement. While insurance companies reached record profits, plaintiffs were being compensated for a fraction of case value. Litigation funding helps level the playing field, eases the financial burden, and reduces the pressure to settle too quickly and for too little. It allows plaintiffs to pursue their case to the full extent without being rushed to seek judgment because of cash constraints.

A unique advantage of this form of litigation financing is that it carries no risk to the plaintiff. The funding company is only repaid if and when the plaintiff wins. Additionally, there is no application fee; it costs nothing to apply. If approved, plaintiffs can begin paying the bills within 24 – 48 hours so their attorney can continue the case in pursuit of the maximum settlement.

February 7, 2013

Lawsuit Financial: Providing Cash You Need Before You Settle Your Lawsuit

When life won’t wait for your lawsuit to settle, lawsuit funding can be your financial life-preserver!

Lawsuit Financial was created to meet the growing demand to help financially-strapped plaintiffs. Although often referred to as “lawsuit loans,” lawsuit funding is not actually a loan, but a financial vehicle for plaintiffs to receive funds against their pending claim. Essentially, lawsuit funding makes it possible for plaintiffs to manage the bills while waiting to receive the compensation they deserve.

Are you in the midst of a lawsuit and wondering how to pay the mortgage, car payments, and medical expenses? At Lawsuit Financial, we can put cash in your pocket quickly, sometimes within 24 hours. Our funding program was designed to ensure that you keep on fighting for restitution for as long as it takes to win. Only when you win will you be expected to pay back the amount owed. One of the biggest advantages of lawsuit funding is that if you lose your case, you owe us nothing and can keep the cash advance. With help like this, there is no need to give up early; fight out your case for the largest settlement.

If you are struggling to make ends meet, let Lawsuit Financial help you get people back on your feet again. Our application process is a simple, one-page form. There are no monthly fees, credit checks, or monthly payments. Each case is reviewed on its own merits. Once approved, a check will be wired into the plaintiff’s account or sent immediately via overnight mail. Call us today for needed cash tomorrow!

January 31, 2013

A Financial Stop Gap between a Premature Settlement and Full Recovery

“Don't let financial issues force you to settle your personal injury lawsuit too soon. Lawsuit Financial can give you money to cover emergencies or household living expenses. How do I know? Because they helped me! Once I secured funding, my attorney was able to get me the settlement I deserved. Even when the insurance company kept delaying, Mr. Bello was there to help me. Most of all, I respected that Lawsuit Financial carefully explains the funding process so I only borrowed the money I really needed. Thanks to lawsuit funding, settlement was far more than I ever expected.” ~ Louis Winfrey

Anyone who has filed a personal injury lawsuit knows that the litigation can take a very long time; cases can drag on for years. During this time, many injured plaintiffs do not have enough income or savings to cover additional expenses making it nearly impossible to wait for a full and fair settlement.

Lawsuit Financial provides lawsuit funding to plaintiffs who have retained an attorney and have a pending lawsuit. To obtain funding, a plaintiff simply completes an online application. Upon receipt, one of our representatives will contact the plaintiff and the plaintiff’s attorney for pertinent case documents necessary for the review process. If approved, funds can be wired into the client’s checking account within 24 – 48 hours. At this point, the plaintiff can use the money anyway deemed fit and owes us absolutely nothing until the case settles. The application process is free and there are no monthly payments. The best part is there is zero risk to the plaintiff; if the plaintiff doesn’t win the repayment is waived completely.

If you are considering a less than favorable settlement because you in desperate need of financial relief, lawsuit funding may be a viable option. For additional information or to apply, visit us online.

January 24, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Puts Insurance Company’s Low-Ball Offer to a Screeching Halt!

Slam! Bang! Crash! Then screams, followed by sirens and flashing lights! Hours later, you wake up in the hospital.

Let’s assume:
• The accident was the fault of a drunk driver.
• Your injuries will require surgery, physical therapy, and rehabilitation.
• You are unable to work due to injuries.
• You have no means of income and your savings are depleted.
• You have contacted an attorney and filed a personal injury lawsuit.

In comes the defendant’s insurance company with an offer to settle. Unfortunately, insurance companies are not interested in paying fair value for claims. They will low-ball because they know, like most victims, you don’t have the financial stability to play their waiting game. Insurers will deny, delay, and defend because they have deep pockets and can afford the best legal counsel. In order to go the distance, plaintiffs call the legal funding experts at Lawsuit Financial.

Lawsuit funding may be the only way for financially strapped plaintiffs to pursue their lawsuit and hold the wrongdoer accountable. Lawsuit funding is a cash advance to help plaintiffs pay medical expenses, mortgage or rent, utilities, and other household necessities. Unlike a loan, lawsuit funding requires no monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verifications; best of all, if the plaintiff does not receive a settlement or favorable verdict, there is no obligation to repay the cash advance.

If you are pursuing a qualified lawsuit and experiencing serious financial challenges during the aftermath of your injury or accident, call Lawsuit Financial. We will help you even the playing field and take away the insurance company’s unfair advantage. Fight for your rights; call us today.

January 24, 2013

Lawsuit Funding For Misdiagnosed Heart Attack Lawsuit

The consequences of misdiagnosis or failing to diagnose a heart attack can lead to long-term heart damage, future complications, or wrongful death. When someone’s death is caused by an undiagnosed heart attack, the surviving family members are often left wondering what could have been done. In most cases, further actions could have been taken to save the patient which is why the majority of medical malpractice lawsuits are the result of medical errors in diagnosis. Lawsuit Financial represents families left devastated by negligent doctors and other professionals. Our legal funding services help combat mounting bills during a potentially long legal battle.

Recently a patient died from a sudden and unexpected fatal heart attack because doctors did not identify a cardiovascular disease. A lawsuit was filed alleging doctors misread test results and overlooked obvious symptoms. Because the patient was the sole bread winner, there was no means to pay outstanding medical bills or funeral expenses. After contacting our office, we were able to provide a lawsuit cash advance of $5,000 and the family was able to wait for justice and receive the compensation they deserved.

If you have lost a loved one due to medical negligence, filed a lawsuit, and in need of immediate funds, you may qualify for lawsuit funding. Lawsuit Financial was created to help plaintiffs in such financial time of need. Simply put, our funding program puts plaintiffs in a position to negotiate the settlement they deserve. We guarantee a case recovery equal to the amount of money we advance. Our services are provided on a non-recourse basis meaning if you lose your medical malpractice case, you owe us nothing! For further information on our unique legal funding programs, call Lawsuit Financial toll-free at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848), or visit us online.

January 22, 2013

Post-Settlement Funding While Waiting for Settlement Check or Appeal

You filed! You fought! You prevailed! ….. Now you wait.

After enduring physical and emotional injuries, financial implications, and what seemed like an endless litigation process, your personal injury lawsuit has successfully settled. You are now ready to move on with your life except for one problem – it may be months before your settlement check arrives. If the defense appeals the decision, the plaintiff may be faced with beginning the legal process and waiting period all over again. There is just one problem…you are out of cash and the mortgage is due.

When you unable to financially wait for your settlement check, Lawsuit Financial can help. We provide post-settlement funding on lawsuits that are simply waiting for payment, or going through the appeals process.

Our post-settlement funding process is quick and easy. Simple complete an online application and we will do the rest. Once approved, we will overnight a check to you or wire the funds into your account.

Lawsuit Financial offers a free, no obligation consultation. Additionally, there is no application fee or monthly payments. The only time we ever receive money from the plaintiff is when the case has successfully settled and funds are being dispersed. Because our funding is on a non-recourse basis, if the plaintiff loses the case, even on appeal, the cash advance is waived in its entirety.

Call Lawsuit Financial toll free at 1-877-377-7848 or visit us online so we can get you the money you need, when you need it most.

January 22, 2013

Five Easy Steps to Receive Lawsuit Funding

Every plaintiff enters a lawsuit expecting a fair settlement. Unfortunately, this is not an easy task; fighting for your rights can be a long, complicated battle leading to financial hardship. The defense may use this to their advantage – denying and delaying a claim in order to pressure the plaintiff into settling for less than they deserve. Although it may seem easier to settle early, there is help in the form of lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit Financial understands that many plaintiffs are in desperate need of financial relief and time is critical. This is why we help plaintiffs beat insurance companies in the waiting game by providing one of the most commonly used tools by plaintiffs to pay necessary bills during the litigation process – lawsuit funding.

Obtaining funding for a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit is a quick and easy five-step process.

1. Complete our one-page online application.

2. One of our funding specialists will contact you to obtain information about your case.

3. We will contact your attorney to obtain documentation necessary to review your case.

4. If your case is approved, we will contact you with the funding amount available and prepare a contract for your signature.

5. Once we receive your signed contract, we will send a check overnight or wire the money directly into your bank account.

The entire process can be completed within 24 – 48 hours, if we are successful in receiving the necessary documentation from the plaintiff’s attorney in a timely manner . The plaintiff owes us nothing until the case is settled. Because lawsuit funding is on a non-recourse basis, plaintiffs who borrow money against their suit will only be responsible for paying back the advance if they win their case. If they lose, the repayment is completely waived.

Contact us today if you are struggling financially while waiting for your case to settle. See if lawsuit funding is the solution for you.

January 21, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Offers a Better Option Than Settling For Less

When an auto accident causes serious or fatal consequences, an auto accident attorney can help ensure that the victim receives fair and just compensation, but who helps with the financial needs until a settlement is reached? Plaintiffs can quickly find that paying the mortgage, medical expenses, and other living expenses can become difficult or impossible especially if the plaintiff is unable to work. The good news is plaintiffs no longer need to accept a lower settlement than they deserve. Lawsuit funding offers more choices and better options.

“I had a lawsuit that was dragging on for over 2 years which was financially difficult for my family. My attorney suggested I contact Lawsuit Financial who reviewed my case and gave me a “lawsuit loan.” Sandy was extremely helpful and convinced me to apply for a smaller amount than I thought I needed. She explained that it was in my best interest to take out the smallest advance possible and apply for additional funding later, if I needed it. With the help of Lawsuit Financial, I was able to pay the mortgage and put food on the table. Thank you for putting me first.”

If you have filed a lawsuit, are represented by an experienced auto accident attorney, and waiting for a trial or settlement, you can apply for lawsuit funding. A reputable funding company will not ask for an application fee or monthly payments, nor will they ask for repayment if you lose your case. The money is only paid back if you win your case; if you lose, keep the money without obligation. Applying only takes a few minutes by completing our quick and easy online application. We will do the rest. Once approved for lawsuit funding, money can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Call now; our representatives are here to get you the money you need, when you need it most.

January 14, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Helps Get Settlement Results You Deserve

Are you a plaintiff involved in a lawsuit and the defendant is stalling the case hoping you will settle for less than you are entitled? Do you need fast cash to meet your financial obligations - medical bills, mortgage, tuition, food? Then, you have come to the right place. At Lawsuit Financial, we are here to provide the financial support you need.

An auto accident can occur anytime. You may suffer serious injuries as a result of another driver's negligence, poor road conditions, or inclement weather. When this happens, you can hold the negligent driver responsible for harm caused. Filing a lawsuit would allow you to sue for medical expenses, physical therapy, future medical bills, and loss of income as a result of the accident. Compensation can also be sought for non-economic damages, such as pain and suffering.

Unfortunately, in addition to physical and emotional implications, plaintiffs often times face financial difficulties as a result of injuries incurred. Keeping up with the bills can be a huge strain causing those in need of fast cash to consider a less than favorable settlement. Fortunately, there is a service called lawsuit funding - financial relief for cash-strapped plaintiffs.

Lawsuit funding is immediate cash that empowers plaintiffs to pursue their lawsuit in order to get the settlement they deserve. It is a safer option than using credit cards or applying for a bank loan because with lawsuit funding there are no credit checks, employment verifications, or monthly payments. Additionally, the funding is not repaid until the case settles and if they plaintiff is unsuccessful, the repayment is waived completely.

If you need immediate financial help during the litigation process, don’t feel financially pressured to accept a less than fair settlement offer. Contact the legal funding expert to discuss the benefits of lawsuit funding for your case. It may be the solution you need in order to get the compensation you deserve!

January 10, 2013

Securing Litigation Funding for Nursing Home Negligence Lawsuits

When we entrust our elderly loved ones to a nursing home, we expect that they will be receive proper care and be treated with dignity. Unfortunately, the number of nursing home negligence and abuse cases in the U.S. are rising each year. Communication among caregivers is far too common; the most noted errors are in prescribing medication. When this happens, family members should seek an experienced attorney who specializes in nursing home negligence cases. Once an attorney is retained, if families find that they do not have the financial strength to pursue the case to the end without some financial assistance, litigation funding may be available.

A wrongful death lawsuit was recently filed against a Chicago nursing home after the death of a patient. Family members allege that doctors prescribed incorrect and excessive doses of medications and failed to properly monitor and report the woman’s condition, which ultimately caused her death. The lawsuit seeks in excess of $200,000.

Lawsuit Financial has provided litigation funding to families like this one for many years. We review the case, and if it has merit, will devise a legal finance plan to assist victims and family members through the difficult financial times. Litigation funding can often be the difference between a mediocre settlement and a large, injury appropriate settlement.

To be considered for litigation funding, we required completion of a simple application which is available online or by calling our office. You are not subjected to credit checks and there is no employment verification; these things do not matter in the decision and funding process. Additionally, the money is provided risk-free; recipients do not have to pay back the cash advance until the case is successful. If the litigation funding client loses, the repayment is waived in its entirety.

Victims should not conduct settlement negotiations when they are struggling financially. If you or a loved one has experienced nursing home negligence or abuse, wait for full case value with the help of Lawsuit Financial. Visit us on line, or call toll free 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) to discuss your financial needs.

January 8, 2013

“Lawsuit Loans” Allow Plaintiffs to Wait for Full Settlement

Millions of people are seriously injured or die in automobile accidents each year. If a lawsuit is filed, there is no guarantee how quickly the case will settle. It may take to prove fault and the magnitude of injuries sustained. The insurance company will, more often than not, deny claims. Then, there is the time waiting for the case to move down the court docket. In the meantime, you may have missed work due to injuries, or worse, lost the sole breadwinner if the accident resulted in death. The financial strain not only seriously impacts your life, but your case. A financially desperate plaintiff is not a positive influence on settlement negotiations nor is it right to settle for less than case value. But, how do you survive, financially, while you wait for a trial or settlement? Most options are risky - credit card advances, home equity loans, second mortgages all require repayment whether you win or lose your lawsuit. Many people have discovered a new, risk-free option known as lawsuit funding.

Many seeking funding will ask if it is a lawsuit loan; it is not. Loans require you to repay regardless of case outcome; if you lose your case, you must still pay-off a loan. With lawsuit funding, the legal finance company invests in the outcome of the case. At Lawsuit Financial, we believe that expert case evaluation or underwriting is our responsibility. Thus, if a client loses, the repayment is waived. With the assistance of the plaintiff’s attorney, we can provide funding within 24 hours of receipt of application.

What is required to be considered for lawsuit funding?
1. Filed a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit.
2. Complete a one-page online application.
3. A case with merit.

What Is NOT required?
1. Application Fee
2. Monthly Payments
3. Credit Checks
4. Employment Verifications
5. Repayment if plaintiff loses the case

Why settle your case for pennies on the dollar to pay the bills? Why risk losing your home or car? Fight for justice; fight for your rights! Contact Lawsuit Financial to discuss funding options.

January 3, 2013

When Nurse Home Negligence Ends in a Wrongful Death

If you have lost a loved one due to nursing home negligence and filed a wrongful death lawsuit, applying for pre-settlement funding may help pay the bills and funeral and burial expenses until a settlement is reached.

In the News:

A Chicago nursing home is being sued for the wrongful death of a patient who allegedly died from a drug overdose. The suit claims that doctors prescribed an inappropriate dosage and combination of medications, and staff failed to properly monitor and report her condition which ultimately resulted in her death. The lawsuit seeks in excess of $200,000.

Have you lost a family member due to the negligence of others? Nothing can replace the loss of a loved one, but family members can collect money damages to cover the loss of earnings, death associated expenses (funerals, medical bills), pain and suffering, and loss of companionship. The first step is to consult an experienced nursing home attorney who will evaluate how much your case is worth. If you do not have an attorney Lawsuit Financial would be happy to assist in finding one in your area.

Once a lawsuit is filed, waiting out the litigation process can take years. What if you need cash now? Pre-settlement funding can provide valuable financial assistance. At Lawsuit Financial, we evaluate your funding request to determine if you qualify for a cash advance and how much your case can afford. Once we receive an application, Lawsuit Financial will evaluate your case for free, provide expert legal finance advice, and if the case is deemed viable, will tailor funding options for your specific situation. Funds can be available in as little as 24 hours. Our funding is on a non-recourse basis which means if you lose your lawsuit you are under no obligation to repay the pre-settlement funding. For additional information, call our office toll-free at 877-377-7848 or visit us online.

December 20, 2012

Resist the Temptation To Settle To Soon With Litigation Funding

Every personal injury lawsuit is different; some may resolve in a few months; others may take several years. On average a case will take roughly two years to resolve, but trials and appeals can prolong the settlement for many years.

The first year is devoted to the injuries - diagnosing, treating and, hopefully, improving the condition. On the legal side, a personal injury lawyer will perform initial case investigation and records compilation, and notify the defendant and his insurance company of the claim. A lawsuit may be filed and a "value" placed on the case.

How is the value of a case determined? The single most important factor in determining the value of any personal injury case is the extent to which the injured party has suffered a serious or permanent injury. It is important that a doctor determines the ‘seriousness’ of the injury and renders an opinion. Typically, doctors’ will use one year post-injury as the general rule of thumb for determining permanency.

It is important not to resolve a case too quickly because once the case is resolved, releases are signed and checks are distributed, there is no going back; the case is settled. Know the full extent of your permanent limitations, if any, before settling your case. It is also in a plaintiff’s best interest to avoid rushing a settlement because if the insurance company realizes this eagerness to settle, it will take advantage of the plaintiff and provide an inadequate, low-ball settlement offer.

Resist the temptation for a quick settlement. If you are struggling financially to pay important bills or expenses, like mortgage payments, rent, tuition, food, etc., litigation funding may be available to bridge the gap between the first settlement offer and an appropriate resolution of your case.

Ask your attorney for advice on whether litigation funding may be appropriate in your situation. If you qualify, we will provide you with the money you need now to help pay household bills, medical expenses, mortgage payments, utility bills or any other important expense, while you and your lawyer pursue your case. No repayment is made until you successful settle your case; if you lose, you keep our lawsuit cash, free of charge.

If you have been seriously injured and have not yet retained an attorney, we can assist you in finding an attorney in your area that specializes in the type of incident that caused your injury. Call Lawsuit Financial toll free at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) or visit us online. The call is free; the advice is priceless.

December 17, 2012

Failure to Yield Auto Accidents Are Prime Cases for Litigation Funding

After more than two years of litigation, a settlement was finally reached in a serious right-of-way auto accident lawsuit in Texas. The accident occurred in 2008 (four years prior to settlement) when a driver failed to yield the right-of-way at an intersection and hit the plaintiff’s vehicle. The plaintiff suffered a severe head injury and other injuries. She sought damages for medical expenses, loss of earnings and earning capacity, physical pain and impairment, and mental anguish.

Failure-to-yield auto accidents are often complex; determining fault is difficult. Often times, the at-fault driver and the insurance company will not admit fault. Sometimes, the party that is actually at-fault is hit by the innocent victim’s vehicle, leading to confusion, a more detailed investigation, and often times a longer litigation process. When the innocent victim suffers serious injuries, paying the bills can be a problem especially if the victim is unable to work. At times like this, Lawsuit Financial can be a financial life-saver.

Lawsuit Financial understands the financial challenges victims and their families face after a serious auto accident. We offer litigation funding, a cash advance against a pending claim, to help plaintiff’s who need financial help while their case proceeds through the litigation process. Litigation funding is an excellent choice for plaintiffs needing cash now to remain financially stable until a settlement is reached. Once the plaintiff applies, our underwriters will review the case and if approved we can wired a check directly into the plaintiff’s bank account within 24 – 48 hours. The only requirement for litigation funding is that the case has merit. There is no need for good credit or employment, and there are no monthly payments. We are paid back once the case is settled. If the plaintiff loses the case, the funds are waived completely because litigation funding is provided on a non-risk basis.

Call our office today or visit us online if you need financial assistance in a failure-to-yield, or any auto, accident.

December 11, 2012

"Hurricane Sandy" Victims Face Insurance Companies That Won’t Do the Right Thing

Carrying adequate insurance coverage can provide peace of mind by ensuring that you have a safety net if you are ever injured or suffer a loss. We rely on insurance; we assume it will be there when we need it.

What if you are a victim of “Hurricane Sandy”? Many New Yorkers have weathered the storm, but can you “weather” the insurance company’s deny and delay tactics? It is rare for strong hurricanes to hit this region, therefore only a small percentage of homeowners have an addendum on their insurance policy for such property damage. For those that had hurricane insurance, the policy covers damage from wind, but it does not cover damage from flooding due to storm surge. Was the damage caused by wind or storm? Which came first?

Insurance companies are denying claims stating that the property damage by a hurricane is not covered, yet the National Weather Service declared “Sandy” a tropical storm an hour before it hit land. Sadly, this is how most carriers handle their insurance claims; continuously taking your money in premiums and refusing to pay it out in benefits.

Hurricane Katrina victims, who lost everything they held dear, were forced to litigate claims in a legal system that insurance companies knew would take years before they would be forced to compensate desperate victims. Fortunately, most victims consulted experienced attorneys who filed and won “bad faith” lawsuits against these greedy insurance companies. It looks like “Hurricane Sandy” victims will have to do the same.

It takes a lawsuit for insurance companies to do the right thing. Without holding the insurance companies accountable, these greedy carriers would continue to put profits over its obligations to its policyholder obligations. Corporate greed causes plaintiffs to fight for their rights through a lengthy litigation and a system of clogged court dockets. The threat of a lawsuit is still the most important tool an American citizen has to fight for justice. Unfortunately, insurance companies will always deny or delay fair compensation, hoping a client will become financially desperate and settle for less than fair compensation. That is why lawsuit funding companies came into existence. Clients, with pending personal injury lawsuits, would never need lawsuit funding if the insurance companies always paid claims in a fair and timely manner rather than engaging in "delay, deny, confuse, refuse" tactics.

Lawsuit Financial
stands ready to assist you in your fight for justice. We can assist you with a non-recourse cash advance, collateralized only by your pending lawsuit. The goal of lawsuit financing is to get the plaintiff through the lengthy litigation without having pressing bills and expenses effect the value of their case. Someone desperate for money will, almost always, settle his/her case for less than appropriate value. Strategic lawsuit financing will often prevent this from happening and pay for itself with increased case proceeds. Don’t be afraid to stand up to the insurance companies and stand up for your rights, no matter how long it takes.

December 10, 2012

Lawsuit Funding in Drunk Driving Wrongful Death Case

If you have lost a loved one in an auto accident, whether or not it was caused by a drunk driver, you should consult an experienced attorney as soon as possible. If you are unsure how to proceed, Lawsuit Financial can provide referral assistance at no cost.

Although it may be difficult for surviving family members to think about taking legal action following the loss of a loved, a wrongful death lawsuit is the only way to hold the negligent party accountable for their actions and for the family to seek compensation for damages. In addition to compensation for funeral costs, medical bills, and other expenses resulting from the death, the family can also seek damages for the loss of present and future earnings as well as intangible elements of life, such as loss of companionship, which cannot be assigned cash value.

The loss of a family member almost always results in financial difficulty for the victim's survivors. There is immediate financial assistance, called lawsuit funding, available to families that find themselves in this type of situation. Lawsuit funding is a cash provided in advance of an expected settlement; its main purpose is to assist plaintiffs who are struggling to make ends meet due to injury or death caused by auto accidents.

Lawsuit Financial is one of the country's most experienced providers of legal funding services. We provide a free consultation and, if you are approved and receive lawsuit funding, we charge no fee unless you win your personal injury lawsuit. It is easy to apply by phone or online; the only necessary documentation is case details to determine the merit of the case. There are no credit checks, employment verification, monthly payments, or upfront fees; the only collateral needed is a pending lawsuit. Best of all, repayment is excused if you lose. Once approved, funds can be available within 24 - 48 hours. Don’t don't settle your valuable case for less than you deserve; visit us online to receive a free online review of your claim and to learn more about our funding services.

November 28, 2012

Litigation Funding Company Offers Immediate Cash For Financially-Strapped Plaintiffs

If you are strapped for cash while in a pending personal injury, wrongful death, or medical malpractice lawsuit, contact Lawsuit Financial to determine if litigation funding can help you.

Litigation funding is a lawsuit cash advance to plaintiffs that mounting bills that need be paid immediately, but a settlement is months, if not years, away. The only qualification is a pending lawsuit with merit. Employment doesn’t matter; credit checks don’t matter. The cash advance can be used for anything, but is recommended to pay down debt, avoid foreclosure, make auto payments, pay tuition, or to pay for household necessities. With litigation funding, a plaintiff “buys” time to achieve a favorable settlement. There are no monthly payments; repayment is made once the case successfully settles. Funding a lawsuit can be as quick as 24 – 48 hours from receipt of application. Best of all, litigation funding is risk-free; if the plaintiff loses the case, the lawsuit cash advance is waived in its entirety.

This hypothetical situation will help illustrate how litigation funding can help a seriously injured plaintiff in an auto accident.

The victim was the backseat passenger in a rear-end auto accident caused by a distracted driver. Although the victim was wearing a seat belt, he sustained a severe lumbar fracture and a brutal fracture to his left femur. The femur fracture caused a blot clot and pulmonary emboli that resulted in a major stroke that left him paralyzed on his right side.

The man's life was turned upside down in the blink of an eye; he could no longer work and needed long-term care. He filed a personal injury lawsuit, but his attorney told him the case would take months to settle. After consulting with his attorney, he had two options – settle for the low offer from the insurance company or apply for litigation funding.

After Lawsuit Financial received his online application and evaluated his case, we were able to provide the client with enough money to pay all his outstanding bills. With the financial pressure removed, the case was able to proceed to a just and fair settlement.

Lawsuit Financial, the pro-justice legal funding expert, takes the pressure off plaintiffs by providing a non-recourse cash advance based solely on the merits of a pending lawsuit. There is no reason to settle for less than full case value because we can empower you to pursue your lawsuit to get the maximum lawsuit settlement you deserve.

October 29, 2012

Pay your Medical Bills before Receiving Your Settlement Offer

Anyone seriously injured in an auto accident due to the negligence of someone else, knows the emotional, physical, and financial consequences. You may be unable to work in the short-term or indefinitely due to injuries sustained. The medical expenses may be reaching hundreds of thousands of dollars and the mortgage is past due. Your settlement is pending in court, but the creditors don’t care.

Lawsuit Financial does not believe plaintiffs should take on more debt during what is already a difficult time. We also don’t believe that you should accept a low settlement offer. That is why we help plaintiffs take care of those mounting bills with a lawsuit cash advance known as lawsuit funding.

With lawsuit funding, you can immediately receive a portion of your projected settlement in advance; the cash advance is provided solely on the merit of your case. Once approved, the money is wired into your account and can be used immediately to cover the medical expenses, car payments, monthly household bills, or anything you wish. It is an excellent way to prevent foreclosure, repossession, and bankruptcy. It helps protect your credit rating, too.

Do not have to accept a less-than-favorable settlement offer due to financial pressures. Call our office to learn more information about lawsuit funding and how we may be able to give your attorney more time to pursue your case in order to get the maximum settlement you deserve.

October 29, 2012

Thanksgiving Day Medical Misdiagnosis Results in $5 Million Settlement

Misdiagnosis and failure to diagnose are two of the most common types of medical malpractice lawsuits. Misdiagnosis means that the medical staff has incorrectly diagnosed the patient’s symptoms, often leading to a course of treatment that is inappropriate, even dangerous. Failure to diagnose occurs when a medical professional misses key symptoms and warning signs.

Ellen Wadsworth finally has something to be thankful for – justice! On Thanksgiving Day in 2008, Ms. Wadsworth was taken to the ER by her son after complaining of intense pain in her legs and unusually cold feet. She was examined by a Physician’s Assistant (PA) who concluded that the woman had a skin infection, known as cellulites. No tests were conducted to determine if there was blood flow to the feet. With a physician’s approval, the PA gave Wadsworth eight milligrams of Morphine and sent her home.

Twelve hours later, Ms. Wadsworth was rushed back to the hospital after she became unresponsive; she had suffered a heart attack. At that time, it was determined that she had blocked arteries behind both knees; a conclusion that could have been determined by a simple test the first time she went to the ER. Although doctors were able to save her life, they could not save her legs which were both amputated from the knee down.

Ms. Wadsworth filed a medical malpractice lawsuit alleging gross negligence. The suit claims that she had classic signs of an arterial problem, but her arteries were never checked that Thanksgiving Day. If they had, she would not be confined to a wheelchair today. The lawsuit sought damages for pain and suffering and future medical expenses. A jury recently found the physician’s assistant negligent and awarded Ms. Wadsworth $5 million.

If you have suffered from a medical malpractice injury, it is imperative that you seek legal advice as soon as possible. Do not pay for medical negligence; do not live with the consequences of a doctor error or misdiagnosis. In addition to the emotional and physical pain and suffering, you may be experiencing a severe financial hardship.

Plaintiffs do not have the deep pockets like hospitals and insurance companies. They can’t afford to wait forever for a settlement without feeling some financial stress. The good news is – plaintiffs do not have to struggle financially during the litigation process.

Every year, Lawsuit Financial helps innocent victims like Ms. Wadsworth seek fair and just compensation for medical negligence. We provide lawsuit funding to financially strapped plaintiffs who need help paying the bills until their case settles. Lawsuit funding is a cash advance based purely on the strength of the lawsuit. Unlike a bank loan, there are no credit checks, employment verifications, monthly payments. Best of all, the cash advance is only repaid if, and when, the case reaches a favorable settlement for the plaintiff. Don’t be forced into an unfair settlement. Contact Lawsuit Financial for a free no-obligation consultation or to apply.

October 25, 2012

Don’t "Just Settle It”

Filing a lawsuit when you are seriously injured or lost a loved one is a long process. It may lead to financial challenges if you are unable to work due to injuries or lost a loved one that was the sole breadwinner. It may be simply the added expenses are more than you can handle. The financial challenges will build as the litigation process drags on.

The insurance company may offer to settle at a value less than what your attorney tells you the case is worth. Your attorney tells you that by waiting your case will settle for significantly more money. The problem is that you don’t have the time or money to wait. You think it may be easier to tell your attorney to “just settle it”, but is that the best answer? Is that really what you want to do?

Instead of accepting a low settlement offer, you may be able to secure lawsuit funding until your case settles. Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance against a pending suit based entirely on the merits of your case. It is an opportunity to help plaintiffs pay some or all of their bills. The money can be used for anything, but Lawsuit Financial suggests you pay medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, and other bills associated with your injuries.

At Lawsuit Financial, we don’t believe you should have to pile on debt after a serious injury or loss, nor do with believe you should “just settle” to pay the bills. We offer free, no obligation consultations and if you apply with us, there are no credit checks, no employment verifications, and no monthly fees. Speak to one of our representatives if you would like more information about lawsuit funding.

October 22, 2012

Construction Site Accident Victim May Benefit from Lawsuit Funding

Tragedy struck on April 21, 2011 for a 32-year-old man working at a construction site. The man suffered permanent brain damage when he fell 25 feet from a work platform while applying siding to an apartment building. He also suffered from broken bones and a hip fracture. He is unable to work and will be required to take anti-seizure medicine the rest of his life.

Although workers' compensation may pay for some of the medical bills and lost earnings, it cannot adequately compensate the injured worker for permanent losses and disability arising from his serious injuries. The victim filed a personal injury lawsuit contending that the construction company failed to provide a safe working environment and that it knowingly subjected employees to dangerous conditions.

His attorney said that the claim could take up to two years to settle. The plaintiff is already struggling to meet his financial obligations. He cannot support his family, and is unable to obtain a bank loan until his case settles. How will he keep his home and provide for his family?
Lawsuit Financial may be able to help. We provide a lawsuit cash advance to financially desperate plaintiffs. Our cash advances are based on the merit of the case only. We require no monthly payments and there are no credit checks or employment verification. Only when the case is settled, does the plaintiff repay the lawsuit cash advance. If the plaintiff does not successfully settle the case, the cash advance is waived in its entirety. It is a no-risk “lawsuit loan.”

Are you the victim of a construction site accident and need immediate cash while waiting for your case to settle? Rather than considering a less-than-favorable settlement offer, contact Lawsuit Financial to learn more about our construction site lawsuit funding options!

October 18, 2012

Lawsuit Funding: A Financial “Lifesaver” For Bicyclists

Four bicyclists were struck by a 19971 Nissan Altima while on an 80-mile bicycle ride in what nj.com says was “like dominoes.” One by one, the 25-year-old driver struck and injured the cyclists who were riding in a single line along the roadway. All four bicyclists were hospitalized for injuries sustained in the accident. The driver left the scene, but was found by state troopers about an hour later. Exactly what caused the driver to hit the bicyclists is undetermined.

These bicyclists should know that they may be entitled to compensation for their losses, including medical expenses for treatment of the injuries sustained as well as on ongoing treatment such as physical therapy, loss of income for time the victims are unable to work due to their injuries, and compensation for pain and suffering. If they decide to pursue legal action, they should contact an experienced auto accident attorney as soon as possible for review their case. An experienced personal injury attorney can help seek full and fair settlement.

Although most attorneys work on a contingency basis, plaintiffs may need cash to pay other expenses as a result of the accident. Typically, a bank will not provide a lawsuit loan. If a plaintiff can’t borrow the money from family or friends, what else can the victim do?

When a plaintiff starts to consider settling his/her case for pennies on the dollar in order to avoid financial disaster, lawsuit funding can be his/her litigation “life-saver.” Lawsuit funding is a cash advance against a pending suit to stave off financial worries. Some call it a “lawsuit loan,” but here is why it is not a “loan.” There are no monthly payments which many victims obviously can’t afford. There are no credit checks so if the credit cards are already maxed out, it doesn’t matter. There is no employment verification so it doesn’t matter if victims are out of work due to injuries sustained. Repayment of the lawsuit cash advance is only made once the case is settled. Best of all, if the plaintiff loses, the re-payment is waived in its entirety. Lawsuit funding removes the financial stress and once that stress is gone, plaintiffs can concentrate on recovering from their injuries and winning their case. It is that simple!

How do you obtain lawsuit funding for your personal injury lawsuit? First, complete our online application or call our office. Once we receive your application, we will request information from your attorney. When all documents are received, our investors will review the file and determine if funding is approved. Once approved, the money can be available to you within 24 hours.

For more information and to determine if lawsuit funding is a viable solution during your pending case, contact the legal funding expert.

October 9, 2012

Lawsuit Funding For Slip and Fail Accidents

Are you waiting for a settlement from a slip and fall lawsuit? Is the insurance company dragging its feet and now you are struggling financially to make ends meet? Do you feel forced to accept a less-than-equitable settlement offer? STOP! You may qualify for lawsuit funding, a “lawsuit loan” that puts cash in your hands NOW! Lawsuit funding can help pay the bills while “buying” time your attorney may need to negotiate a larger settlement offer.

Slip and fall accidents can happen anywhere, at any time; on private or public property. These premise liability accidents can be the result of bad weather, defective stairs, loose railing, uneven or cracked sidewalks, insufficient lighting on walkways, slippery floors, frayed or lose carpet or rugs, and spilled laundry detergent in a grocery store. When a property owner fails to maintain safe premises or fails to warn visitors of potential hazards, the victim may seek compensation for damages incurred.

If you are the victim of a slip and fall accident due to the negligence of someone else, the first thing is to seek immediate medical attention. Medical records can also help prove that you have been injured due to a slip and fall accident.

For those struggling financially to pay additional expenses compounded by lost wages due to being out of work, lawsuit funding may be helpful. Lawsuit funding provides the staying power necessary to avoid settling for pennies on the dollar; it will put you in a better position to fully recover full compensation from the case.

Once the case is reviewed, if approved for a “lawsuit loan”, the money can be available within 48 hours. Lawsuit funding is no risk; if you don’t win your slip and fall lawsuit, you are not required to pay back the lawsuit cash advance.

If you have filed a slip and fall lawsuit, if you being represented by an attorney, and if you are in of immediate cash while waiting for compensation on your case, click here to learn more about lawsuit funding or to apply.

October 8, 2012

Lawsuit Funding Can Help Victims of Street Racing Accidents

Street racing is not only illegal, but it puts many innocent lives at risk. Because these races are conducted on the open road, innocent bystanders are also at risk; there are no barriers to protect them. Unfortunately, a young man recently lost his life while saving a friend. Witnesses said vehicles involved in a fatal hit-and-run accident were not racing, but one resident went outside the night of the fatality when she heard vehicles racing; she wanted to take a video to show police what she and other residents had been complaining about for months. Unfortunately, she found herself calling 911. The deceased young man and three injured were all bystanders. One driver turned himself in and may be facing charges; he was released on bond. He may also face a lawsuit from the injured victims and the family of the deceased. If these families file a suit and are struggling to meet financial obligations, lawsuit funding may be an option.

Auto accident lawsuit funding is a service that provides financial assistance to victims and their families while they wait for their case to be concluded and for justice to prevail. Lawsuit funding will help pay necessary bills and expenses, such as medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, auto payments, rent, and other damages as a result of injuries or loss. Repayment of pre-settlement funding is not required until the case concludes successfully. If the plaintiff loses, the repayment is waived in its entirety.

It is important to choose an experienced lawsuit funding company to guide you appropriately. Litigation funding is based on the merits of your case and the time it will take to achieve that outcome. Funding can often be available in less than 48 hours after receipt of a completed application. Financial relief during the litigation process is only a phone call away; don’t let the finish line leave you settling too early for too little.

October 2, 2012

Veteran Claims Medical Negligence Caused Frostbitten Penis

An Army veteran filed a medical malpractice lawsuit alleging that a Veterans Administration (VA) nurse packed his penis in ice for 19 hours following penile implant and circumcision. The suit contends that her negligence caused frostbite and gangrene, ultimately leading to the organ's partial amputation; he will need reconstructive surgery allowing him to urinate.

The veteran initially sought compensation under the Federal Tort Claims Act, a civil procedure which requires a person to file a claim with the government and prevents them from suing until the claim is resolved. When the VA office declined the claim, the man sought legal council and filed the medical malpractice suit.

Pursuing justice is not just about the compensation. This victim has been robbed of his manhood; he can’t urinate without additional surgery. It wasn’t until the VA denied his claim that this innocent victim sought legal advice and filed a lawsuit. Undoubtedly, the VA will continue to deny, delay, and defend. In doing so, this innocent veteran may face undeserving financial hardship. If that is the case, he may be eligible for lawsuit funding; a lawsuit cash advance to help pay his medical expenses and other pressing bills.

Lawsuits help promote safer and better health care. Medical malpractice litigation can, and does, keep patient safety in the spotlight. Holding the medical profession accountable creates a better health care system. Lawsuit Financial can help by providing immediate cash to financially strapped plaintiffs in a pending soon. We put you in a position to negotiate the settlement you deserve, and we guarantee a case recovery equal to the amount of money we advance. If you lose your case, you owe us nothing! Call Lawsuit Financial or visit us online for a free, no obligation consultation or to apply for pre-settlement funding.

September 27, 2012

Pedestrian-Bicycle Accidents on the Rise as Biker Laws are Ignored

A woman suffered a fractured skull after a biker hit her on the Queensboro Bridge. Another New Yorker was knocked unconscious after being hit from behind by a cyclist. She broke her skull, collar bone, and three ribs, causing a hematoma that made her bleed out her ears.

Central Park is a “hot spot” for pedestrian-bicycle accidents. Unfortunately, police are rarely seen enforcing cyclist laws in the park. Park-goers on foot say they are in danger every time they visit the park. There has been a growing outcry among pedestrians over bicyclists who ignore stop signs, stop lights and other traffic laws.

A recent study found that at least 500 New Yorkers are treated in hospitals annually after being hit by bicyclists. Last year, two women were nearly killed in collisions with bicyclists in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park — leaving one in a coma for days and the other with severe brain damage. Can these victims seek compensation for damages? Absolutely! They may also be able to apply, and receive, lawsuit funding to avoid financial ruin.

Anyone involved in a pedestrian - bicycle accident is vulnerable to sustaining serious injuries because the body absorbs the impact directly. If you have been injured as a result of a bicycle-pedestrian accident, you may be able to obtain financial compensation to cover medical expenses, lost wages stemming from being unable to work, and pain and suffering.

To bring a claim, the pedestrian must prove negligence on the part of the bicycle. Once the litigation process has begun, if the innocent victim needs cash to sustain the lawsuit, Lawsuit Financial may be able to help. We offer a non-recourse lawsuit cash advance against a pending claim so you can avoid debt and withstand the lengthy legal process. If you don’t have an attorney, we can provide you with an experienced attorney in your area who specializes in the same type of case. Litigation funding is not like a traditional bank loan; we do not require a deposit, monthly payments, a credit check, or employment verification. Call us for a free consultation of visit us online to apply.

September 11, 2012

What is Negligence? Part 2

Nursing home negligence is not negligence just because a patient develops bedsores; it includes the failure to provide basic necessities such as water, food, medication, and protection from health and safety risks. Negligence can also result from falls, broken hips, bed sores, malnutrition, dehydration, and improper care of injuries which may lead to serious complications, even death.

Bed sores are a typical example of conditions that are relatively easy to prevent but far too common in many nursing centers. Seniors can develop bed sores at a higher frequency due to inactivity, the thinning of skin, poor circulation, and malnutrition.

A perfect example is a case in which a pregnant woman was severely injured while riding in an ambulance. The ambulance driver was found negligent; he was not only speeding, but distracted while reaching for a tracking device that had fallen on the floor of the vehicle. The innocent victim was left with lifelong disabilities – a traumatic brain injury and a severed spinal cord. Her baby was born prematurely, but fortunately survived despite weighing less than 3 pounds.

Mr. Bello, founder and CEO of Lawsuit Financial, a personal injury lawyer for 25 years before going into the lawsuit funding business, said, “Nursing home negligence and abuse can be a hidden, and victims are often not capable of expressing pain or reporting the neglect or abuse on their own. Therefore, it is important for family members watch for signs or symptoms of abuse.”

• Unusual weight loss, malnutrition, dehydration
• Untreated physical problems such as bed sores
• Unsanitary conditions such as soiled bedding and clothes
• Unsuitable clothing or covering for the weather
• Unsafe living conditions such as no heat or faulty wiring
• Lack of supervision by nursing home staff
• Multiple injuries such as fractured hips and broken bones

Mr. Bello believes nursing home negligence is often times the result of overworked employees, but that is no excuse for neglect.

If you or a loved one suffered physical or emotional injuries because a nursing home was negligent or failed to fulfill its care obligations to you and your family, you may have grounds for a nursing home negligence case. It is important to seek advice from an attorney experienced in nursing home neglect and abuse. If you need assistance finding a reputable attorney in your area, contact Lawsuit Financial. We can help you locate an experienced attorney in your area from our nationwide database; this service is at no cost. Isn’t it time to hold nursing home accountable for neglect and abuse?

August 30, 2012

Emergency Situations May Call for Emergency Cash

Lawsuit funding may help the family of a 21-year-old college student who lost her life in a single vehicle accident. At 4:50 a.m., the victim was riding in a van with three others on her way back to college when the driver hit a guardrail while exiting the highway. The woman was ejected from the van; she died at the scene. The driver and one other passenger were treated at the hospital for injuries and released; a third passenger was not injured. Although the investigation is still ongoing, there are two known facts; alcohol was not a factor and the victim was not wearing her seatbelt. Police are looking into a statement that the van was cut off by another driver.

An experienced auto accident attorney will be able to help the victim’s family determine if they have the right to seek compensation. Was the driver fatigued or speeding? Was there another vehicle that caused the accident?

If it is determined that the victim’s family has a viable wrongful death case, Lawsuit Financial may be able to help during a financially difficult time. Families faced with the loss of a loved one who have limited income and resources to pay the bills, may want to consider litigation funding. This is a lawsuit cash advance against proceeds of the case. With pre-settlement funding, the plaintiff can pay the rent or mortgage, auto payments, medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, or any pressing bill. Lawsuit funding removes the financial pressures so plaintiffs can withstand the legal process rather than being forced to settle too soon, for too little. This emergency, short-term assistance is available within 24 – 48 hours of applying. There are no application fees; employment history is not important. Lawsuit Financial approves application based on the merit of the case alone. If you are seeking lawsuit funding, look no further; contact the legal funding experts online or by calling us toll free at 877-377-7848.

August 20, 2012

Lawsuit Funding May Help Victims of an Antwerp, N.Y. Fiery Tractor-Trailer Accident

Six people died when a tractor-trailer rear-ended an SUV causing a chain reaction accident that involved six vehicles. The driver of the first vehicle died at the hospital; the driver and four passengers in another SUV were killed after their vehicle burst into flames. An injured Department of Transportation worker was pulled from his vehicle before it caught fire; he remains in critical condition.

The accident occurred in a work zone as the driver of the tractor trailer was approaching a straight, yet slightly downhill stretch of the two-way highway. Seeing a line of cars stopped, the driver of the tractor trailer applied the brakes, but it was too late.

Construction signs were prominently displayed and met Department of Transportation standards, but the driver of the tractor trailer did not notice them until it was too late, although he did not appear to be impaired or distracted. An inspection of his cell phone revealed no calls are texts being made immediately before the accident. State police are conducting an investigation, interviewing witnesses, and trying to reconstruct the scene to determine the sequence of events in this fatal accident.

The tractor trailer is registered to Meadowbrook Meat Company, Inc. The investigation has revealed that trucks operated by the company have been involved in 75 accidents over the past two years, including one fatality. It was also revealed that 1,536 inspections resulted in 11 percent of vehicles being taken off the road and 2,947 inspections resulted in 2 percent of drivers being taken off the road. Was the truck driver properly trained? Does Meadowbrook conduct regularly schedule maintenance checks and inspections of its fleet?

There are many causes of tractor trailer accidents including fatigued, inexperienced, or distracted driver. Accidents can also be caused when trucks are not properly inspected and maintained, or there is a mechanical failure or manufacturer defect. Due to the size and weight of a tractor-trailer versus a passenger vehicle, when an accident occurs the results can be catastrophic.

Those who have suffered serious injuries or lost a loved one as a result of a tractor trailer auto accident should seek legal counsel as soon as possible to preserve evidence and understand your rights. An attorney experienced in trucking accidents can help determine your rights to compensation for medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and loss of quality of life. If you need help locating an experienced attorney in your area, contact Lawsuit Financial; we offer a free, nationwide attorney referral program.

It is not uncommon for an injured victim or the family of a deceased loved one to experience a gap in their finances. Waiting for the settlement from a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit can take a long time and put you and your family in financial ruin. What can a plaintiff do who needs help to ease the financial burden?

The best solution during this difficult time may be lawsuit funding. Pre-settlement funding is a cash advance against a pending claim. With pre-settlement funding, a plaintiff can pay medical expenses, funeral expenses, or any financial obligations. Lawsuit Financial is an auto accident lawsuit funding specialist and will provide a complimentary evaluation of your case. Our quick application and approval process can get you the money you need within 24 – 48 hours. Best of all, we offer a fast, non-recourse cash advance meaning don’t have to pay back the “lawsuit loan” unless you are successful in winning your case. Do not resolve your case for less than full value because of pressing financial need; ease your financial burden and give your attorney the time needed to ensure the best possible outcome for your case.

Suffering injuries or the loss of a loved one is enough of a hardship; don’t succumb to a financial hardship as well. Call or visit us online.

July 23, 2012

Lawsuit Funding May Help Victims of Oklahoma Panhandle Train Fatalities

What happened in the moments before two Union Pacific trains slammed into each other in the Oklahoma Panhandle? That is a job that will take the NTSB close to a year to determine.

Last month, two freight trains collided in a fiery head-on collision killing three people. Why were both trains on the same track; one of the trains should have turned off the track allowing the other to pass? An initial investigation has ruled out speeding and the brakes appeared in good working condition. At this time nothing is clear, but human error may have been the cause. The NTSB will check work logs to determine if fatigue could have played a role, and although no cell phones were found at the crash site, phone records will be checked to ensure that workers were not distracted by cell phones. Human error could have been made in the control room or on the trains. A complete investigation will take close to a year.

The families of the victims may wish to seek advice from an experienced train accident attorney who can determine if the train accident was caused by a mechanical failure or negligence. Once an attorney is retained, the litigation process begins, but any settlement or verdict in this case is likely to be a long way off. In the meanwhile, the victim’s families may lack the financial resources needed to cover their expenses; they need financial help now. One solution is lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is a cash advance on the expected settlement of your case. Litigation funding can help victims pay immediate bills and other expenses, relieve financial obligations, but also handle future expenses until their cases are settled or resolved by verdict or judgment. Lawsuit Financial helps victims get through the financially difficult times. We understand that it can take a long time for a lawsuit to settle and while you wait you may need money to pay the rent, put food on the table, pay medical bills, and pay daily expenses. Our application process is simple; we require no credit checks or employment verification. If your application is approved, we can provide the cash you need within 24 – 48 hours. Once you are in a better financial position, you have time to wait out the legal process. Call us at 877-377-7848 or fill out our online application to get started.

July 17, 2012

Boys Dies of Septic Shock after Emergency Room Doctor Negligence

A 12-year-old died from septic shock four days after being released from the emergency room. As you will see from the chronicle of events, substandard care and negligence appears to have caused the child’s death.

March 28th: The boy received a small cut on his arm during basketball practice at school. He complained of a stomachache before bed. Around midnight, the child woke up vomiting and complaining of pain in his leg.

March 29: In the morning, the boy had a fever of 104. Later in the day, he was scene by his pediatrician. By this time, he was so ill that his mother had to help him walk. His skin was blotchy when pressed. The pediatrician recommended the child be scene in the emergency room. NYU Langone Medical Center has a stop Sepsis program which is used to screen patients in the ER for three symptoms of a possible eight. When the child was first admitted, he showed two signs - he was breathing 20 times per minute and his pulse was 143. The parents were not advised of these weak vital signs. Two hours later, the boy was diagnosed with the flu and dehydration. He was told to take Tylenol and go home. Before his actual discharge, the child’s temperature had risen to 102; the third warning sign, but release papers were already processed and signed. Again, his parents were not advised. A few hours after the family left the hospital, lab results showed the child was producing vast quantities of cells that combat bacterial infection, a warning sign of sepsis. The parents were never notified.

March 30: The child’s skin had turned blue around his nose and the most delicate touch to his skin caused significant pain. The pediatrician recommended the child return to the ER.

On April 1: Despite the excellent care by doctors (not the ones that treated the child on March 29), the child died of severe septic shock brought on by the infection. Bacteria had gotten into his blood, probably through the cut on his arm. Sadly, three specialists who chronicled the child’s decline in health discovered that on the March 29 when the boy was sent home, he had a fever and significant signs of infection in his blood; signs that should have been enough warning to not release the child.

When we seek medical care, we expect the medical professionals to take all necessary steps and precautions to protect our health and our lives. In an emergency situation, we expect those steps to be taken immediately. When doctors and other hospital employees fail to perform their duties, serious physical consequence and/or death can result. This case appears to be an example of a wrongful death resulting from emergency room negligence. If medical and hospital staff fails to exercise proper care and implement appropriate standards of care, we will continue to read about preventable and wrongful deaths.

The parents of this young child have contacted an experienced wrongful death attorney, but no lawsuit has yet to be filed. If the couple does pursue a claim, they may wish to seek litigation funding to help with financial needs - funeral expenses, medical bills, outstanding household bills and charges - as they try to adjust to life without their loved one. Lawsuit Financial provides financial assistance to families while they pursue litigation for the wrongful death of a loved one. Our litigation funding professionals will evaluate your wrongful death lawsuit funding and can typically provide the funds you need within 24 – 48 hours of case evaluation. Call us toll free at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) to learn more and for an analysis of your situation.

July 16, 2012

Construction Site Accident Victims May Benefit from Lawsuit Funding

A four-vehicle auto accident left one driver dead and another in critical condition in what is described as a complicated chain of events. A 48-year-old man rear-ended another vehicle pushing it into a ditch. After the driver of the second vehicle got out of his car, he was hit by a third vehicle before a fourth vehicle hit the third car involved in the accident. The driver of the first vehicle died at the scene; the driver of the second vehicle (the pedestrian) is in critical condition. The cause of the fatal accident is still unknown; police said construction crews were not working at the time of the accident.

This accident is a reminder how dangerous our roadways can be especially in construction zones. Tragedies like this also have a financial impact especially with the family's principal means of support gone. When a serious or fatal accident occurs, the innocent victims may seek compensation for their loss. The litigation process can take years especially if the insurance company is denying, delaying, and defending the claim. During this time, what happens to the victims that may be struggling to pay medical and hospital expense? What about wage loss? What about ordinary household expenses? How does a victim support a family if the sole breadwinner is injured or killed? The answer is construction site accident lawsuit funding from Lawsuit Financial.

Litigation funding
helps plaintiffs in need of immediate cash while waiting for a settlement or verdict. Legal finance services have proven to be a godsend to people who need financial assistance; the lawsuit cash advance can be used for medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, and monthly bills such as mortgage and car payments. There are no monthly payments, no credit checks, and no employment verifications; legal funding is provided only against and on the merits of the construction site accident case. If you win your case, you repay principal and predetermined profit; if you lose your case, repayment is excused and the advance is "free". Repayment is completely contingent upon the outcome of your case.

For further information about construction site accident lawsuit funding, auto accident lawsuit funding, or any other kind of personal injury lawsuit funding, visit our website at www.lawsuitfinancial.com or call us, toll free, at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848).

July 16, 2012

Two Teens Dead; Two Critically Injured in Three-Vehicle Crash

A three-vehicle auto accident claimed the lives of two teens from Shreveport, LA on July 6, 2012. Four teens were enroute to a lake gathering when the 17-year-old driver of a Buick LeSabre crossed the median striking a 2002 Toyota traveling in the opposite direction. Then the LeSabre hit a Peterbilt transport truck before coming to a stop. The teen driver was pronounced dead at the scene; the front seat passenger died at a nearby hospital. Two backseat passengers remain in critical condition; no one was injured in the Toyota or truck. It is unknown at this time what caused the teen to cross the median. The accident remains under investigation.

This accident may not be the result of an inexperienced teen driver, but rather caused by of speeding, distracted driving, or driving under the influence. No matter what, it is always difficult to hear about the loss of a loved one in an auto accident. Two families have lost their teens; two other teens are fighting for their life. During this time, the last thing these families need is to be faced with legal and financial issues, but it is important to contact an experienced auto accident attorney to understand one their rights. An attorney can help these families recover compensation for medical expenses, funeral expenses, and pain and suffering. If a lawsuit is pursued, waiting for a settlement can take a long time, putting a family in financial ruin. Fortunately, lawsuit funding may be an option.

Lawsuit funding is a valuable service that offers a better solution than settling your valuable personal injury lawsuit for less than it is worth. This immediate funding source allows a plaintiff to take care of their financial obligations while giving their attorney the time needed to seek appropriate justice. With pre-settlement funding, a plaintiff can pay medical expenses, funeral expenses, or any financial obligations. The process to apply for a lawsuit cash advance is easy and it's also free. If you qualify, pre-settlement funding, cash can often be place available in as little as 24 hours. Suffering injuries are the loss of a loved one is enough of a hardship; don’t succumb to a financial hardship as well. Call or visit us online to apply or for a no obligation consultation.

July 10, 2012

Five-Vehicle Auto Accident Leaves One Dead; Three Injured

Las Vegas police are currently investigating a five-vehicle accident that left one driver dead. The only known fact was obtained from witnesses - a 2002 Chevy Trailblazer ran a red light hitting a 2005 Toyota Corolla. The impact of the accident, forced the Corolla into a 2010 Nissan Rogue, pushing it into a light pole. Almost simultaneously, the Toyota then struck the front end of a 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe and the Trailblazer struck a 2007 Nissan Sentra. The driver of the Corolla was pronounced dead at the scene and three other drivers were treated for minor injuries.

While police continue their investigation, the family of the deceased should contact an experienced auto accident attorney to understand their rights. An attorney will review several factors to determine driver negligence such as disobeying the traffic signal, speeding, texting and driving, and driving under the influence. While fighting their lawsuit, the stress associated with mounting bills can be overwhelming. If the deceased was the breadwinner, the family may find it difficult to pay not only the necessities of life such as household bills and mortgage payments, but also expenses associated with the accident such as funeral expenses. How can a plaintiff stay financially afloat without going into more debt with a personal bank loan? Lawsuit funding!

During a lawsuit, plaintiffs still have financial obligations. An insurance company knows this so the will engage in delay, deny, and defend tactics it in hopes that the plaintiff will settle for less than a fair settlement. Plaintiff will often times accept a low settlement because they don’t realize there are other options.

Litigation funding can be an easy solution to stabilizing the plaintiff’s finances until the case is settled and compensation received. It takes away the defense’s financial edge by allowing the plaintiff to make ends meet so that they can fight until they see a fair settlement.

Lawsuit funding allows plaintiffs to receive a cash advance from their pending lawsuit and repayment is only made once the plaintiff reaches a favorable settlement. If the plaintiff loses the case, the repayment is waived in its entirety. This means with pre-settlement funding there is nothing to lose. The application process is free and simple. Once approved, funds can be available in as little as 24 – 48 hours. If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury or wrongful death and has filed a lawsuit, maintain your financial obligations with lawsuit funding.

July 9, 2012

Unsafe Passing Causes Head-On Auto Accident

Police are still investigating an auto accident that killed a 46-year-old woman. The accident occurred when the driver of a Nissan Maxima was making an unsafe attempt to pass a van. He lost control and crossed the center line into oncoming traffic. As the man tried to veer back, he sideswiped the woman’s vehicle causing it to spin out of control before careening down an embankment. According to witnesses, the man was traveling at a high rate of speed. He was taken to a nearby hospital with non-life threatening injuries, and later released to police on charges of vehicular homicide with gross negligence. The woman died at the scene.

As the victim’s family mourns her passing, they may wish to speak with an experienced auto accident attorney to understand their legal rights. Timing is important as an attorney can help preserve valuable evidence. If the family pursues a wrongful death lawsuit, the complexity of the litigation process can delay a verdict or settlement for years. During this time, the victim’s family may struggle financially as bills pile up, credit cards reach their limits, and their cash supply runs short. In cases like this, lawsuit funding can be a lifesaver.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance against the future proceeds of your case. A lawsuit cash advance allows plaintiffs the precious time to wait for a fair and equitable settlement; if they desperately need money now, the only other alternative would be to settle a valuable case for pennies on the dollar to pay their bills.

Lawsuit Financial, the auto accident lawsuit funding expert, offers litigation funding services strictly on the merits and strength of your lawsuit so there is no need for credit checks or employment verification. The only collateral needed is a pending lawsuit. We offer low rates, excellent customer service, and a quick and easy application process; we can almost always provide lawsuit funding in 24 to 48 hours. Best of all, our "lawsuit loans" are on a non-recourse basis meaning if you lose your case, you owe us nothing, not even the cash advance. If you have been involved in an auto accident and seeking a lawsuit cash advance, contact Lawsuit Financial or apply online. Call us today for a free, no-obligation consultation.

July 3, 2012

New Trial Sought in $36.5 Million Lawsuit Settlement

In the battle for money damages in personal injury lawsuits, insurance companies have significant economic advantages over injured plaintiffs and often use this advantage to its benefit. First, insurance companies will delay, deny, and defend. Then, if a jury awards in favor of the plaintiff, the insurance company may appeal. Often times, these settlement avoidance tactics can result in a financially strapped plaintiff. Enter a litigation funding expert who can provide strategic cash advances to assist plaintiffs until a settlement is reached and compensation is received.

Such legal finance services may have helped an Indian couple who sustained serious injuries while vacationing in the U.S. In 2010, a big rig slammed into the vehicle in which they were passengers. The lawsuit alleged that when the trucker driver hit the vehicle when trying to improperly pass, causing the vehicle to spin out of control and hit the median and another vehicle. The Indian woman is wheelchair bound the rest of her life.

It took two years to obtain an award in this case; the lawsuit recently settled for $36.5 million, but no money has changed hands and the case is not over. The defendant says the award is not supported by the evidence and plans to ask for a new trial, and if denied will appeal. A new trial and potential appeal will result in significant delays, further uncertainty, and increased financial distress. In the meantime, this couple may likely experience more financial setback due to loss of wages and ongoing medical expenses and care. If lawsuit funding has not helped the couple to date, it may be a viable option during the potential re-trial or appeal.

Litigation funding would allow the plaintiffs to pay their medical bills and other important expenses that have significantly affected their quality of life. This emergency, non-recourse cash advance is based on the successful outcome of their personal injury lawsuit; credit and employment are irrelevant. There are no upfront fees or monthly payments, and the cash advance is only repaid if, and when the case successfully settles.

If you have been injured in an auto accident, legal finance services can be a life preserver in desperate financial times; it is easy to apply for either online or by phone. If approved, pre-settlement funding can be available in as little as 24 hours. Call or visit us online to learn more about litigation funding and how Lawsuit Financial can help you get back on your feet and withstand the litigation process.

July 3, 2012

Four Lawsuits Claim Defective Crossing Gate in Amtrak Accident

On June 24, 2011, an Amtrak accident resulted in six fatalities when a tractor trailer slammed into the train in the Nevada desert. The train was carrying 204 passengers and 14 crew members. Lawsuits have continued to pile up alleging negligence on the part of truck driver and his employer stating that the truck driver ignored railroad crossing gates and warning signals. After a year-long investigation, evidence shows that the crossing gate was intact after the accident, raising questions whether the gate came down too late or not at all. Four recent lawsuits allege that that Amtrak used a defective rail crossing signal and the DOT failed to post effective warning signs for motorists. These lawsuits will undoubtedly take years to settle, time some plaintiffs may not have financially. For those financially-strapped plaintiffs, Lawsuit Financial can help.

Lawsuit Financial provides railroad lawsuit funding to help plaintiffs through difficult times. Our lawsuit cash advance can be used to pay medical or funeral expenses, as well as any outstanding bills that must be paid. The only requirement for a litigation funding is a pending lawsuit. We will evaluate your application, and if your case has merit, provide pre-settlement funding in less than 48 hours. Lawsuit Financial requires no application fee, monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verification. Best of all, a lawsuit cash advance with us is on a non-recourse basis meaning that if you lose your case, you are not obligated to repay the cash advance.

Call or visit us online if you are currently seeking litigation funding but don’t have the financial staying power to see your case to the end. Lawsuit Financial is here to help the innocent victims wait for justice.

June 28, 2012

Lawsuit Funding Helps Keep Personal Injury Case Alive and Strong

A woman sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in a 2008 auto accident when her vehicle was rear-ended by a tractor trailer. Due to the severity of her injuries, the woman has been unable to return to work as a pastor and editor. She filed a personal injury lawsuit; the defendant offered $1 million before the trial began and $1.4 million during the trial. After four years and an eight-day trial, the jury has awarded the victim $2.5 million in damages; $1,273,500 in economic damages and $1,250,000 in non-economic damages. Maybe this woman was able to sustain herself financially during the litigation process, but most victims cannot. In times like this, lawsuit funding can provide financial relief. Post settlement funding can help in cases an appeal or delays in the actual payout of the award.

Lawsuit funding is an emergency cash advance, designed to help plaintiffs financially - paying medical expenses, mortgage rent, car payments - while awaiting a lawsuit settlement. Lawsuit Financial helps victims during some of the most difficult times in their lives - ongoing surgery, disabilities, mounting medical bills, loss of a loved one, funeral expenses; any significant changes in the quality of life due to the negligence of someone else.

Don't let financial hardships stop you from seeking justice. The perfect solution for someone who has a valuable case and is considering settling too soon, for too little compensation is for that plaintiff to contact a lawsuit funding company right away. Legal finance services are available to help an injured person or loved one pay important bills and expenses, while waiting for a fair resolution of his/her case. With the financial pressure removed, there is no need to resolve any case for less than the full value of your injuries.

The application process is quick and easy; with our company, Lawsuit Financial. Our one-page application is quick and easy; it can be complete online or by calling our office. Out of work? No worries. Poor credit history? No worries? No money for upfront fees or monthly payments? No worries. The only thing that matters to Lawsuit Financial is a strong case. If the application is approved, pre-settlement funding proceeds can be available within 24 - 48 hours. Call or visit us online to learn Lawsuit Financial can reduce your financial debt and withstand the litigation process.

June 14, 2012

Driver Fatigue Causes Death of Proctor & Gamble Executive

Charges have been filed against a 33-year-old man who fell asleep behind the wheel on his way home from work last summer resulting in a fatal auto accident, but what about the victim’s family? Dealing with the loss of a loved one is difficult, but even more devastating is when it is the result of an auto accident that could have, and should have, been prevented. When this occurs, the family members of the victim may want to seek the advice of an experienced auto accident attorney to ensure that the family's rights are protected and decide the best course of action in recovering the maximum compensation for funeral and burial expenses, anticipated and future lifetime earnings, loss of love, care and companionship, and other damages related to an auto accident. Additionally, they may be in need of a cash flow solution during the litigation process. Lawsuit funding is a valuable service that offers a better solution than settling your valuable personal injury lawsuit for less than it is worth.

Lawsuit Financial fights for people who have been seriously injured or who have lost a loved one due to the negligence of others. As the industry leader in auto accident lawsuit funding, Lawsuit Financial provides litigation funding to reduce the financial pressures while waiting for fair compensation. Pre-settlement funding provides a strategic advantage for the victim because it gives them leverage against the insurance company; it prevents the plaintiff from being forced to take inadequate offers. With the financial pressure removed, there is no need to resolve any case for less than the full value of your injuries. Litigation funding can be available within 24- 48 hours. There are no application fees, credit checks, employment history verifications, or monthly payments. Don’t let bills pile up and ruin your credit; call Lawsuit Financial or visit us online for more information or to complete and application.

June 12, 2012

Air Tanker Crash Kills Two Pilots

An air tanker, Lockheed P2V, dropping retardant on a remote wildfire in Utah crashed killing both men on board. It appears that a wing tip hit the ground in a rocky canyon leaving a field of debris; the fragments that remained revealed few clues about the cause of the accident. The same day, another plane made an emergency landing when its left-side landing gear failed to deploy; no one was injured.

Investigators recently recovered a cockpit voice recorder and a black box that monitors engine performance and other mechanical systems. The black box was damaged and may not provide useful data, but the voice recorder was intact. Authorities will be looking into all potential causes of the accident, including weather, mechanical failure and pilot error. A complete investigation could take months.

The P2V planes, owned by Neptune Aviation Services, were built in 1962 and had been modified to fight fires. Although the P2-V planes are 50 years old, Forest Service Chief, Tom Tidwell said the tankers are safe. The Forest Service acknowledges the need for modernizing the fleet and has been working on plans for the next generation air tankers, but no decision has been reached. A contract was canceled last summer in a dispute over safety regulations that are still unresolved. This latest crash has renewed calls for the federal government to speed up efforts to modernize the nation's firefighting aircraft fleet.

The families of the victims may want to seek the advice of an experienced attorney who specializes in aircraft cases. If it is determined that this fatal accident was due to a mechanical failure, the families may seek compensation for their loss. Because of complexities inherent with most air tragedies, aircraft accident litigation can take a long time to resolve. During this time, the families of the deceased may suffer from the financial burden of funeral and burial expenses and lost income. Lawsuit Financial can provide cash now to pay bills while the wait for a fair settlement. Our lawsuit cash advances are not credit based and we have no employment or income requirements. We provide a lawsuit cash advance based solely on the merit of the case. There is also no risk because if there is no recovery from the lawsuit, there is no obligation to repay the cash advance. If you have lost a loved one in an airplane accident, contact the lawsuit funding experts at Lawsuit Financial.

June 7, 2012

A $3 Million Wrongful Death Lawsuit may be a Candidate for Lawsuit Funding

A family filed a $3 million wrongful death lawsuit against the O'Hara Corp., Eastern Fisheries Inc., and R.C.P. Realty LLC in the death of a Gloucester fisherman. Guiseppe “Joe” Cracchiolo, a long-time fisherman, died in January 2011 after slipping off an icy ramp and falling 20 feet into the water at New Bedford Harbor when boarding the herring boat on which he was working; he died from exposure to the freezing temperatures.

The victim was one of two crew members staying with the ship. The men went out for the evening, but the other fisherman returned several hours earlier. A surveillance camera shows that crew member jumping onto a wooden landing and then walking up a ramp onto the boat. When the victim returned around 1 a.m., the same video camera showed him slipping off the narrow walkway and into the water. The man’s body was found about 7:30 a.m. by his crew mate.

Discovery is underway with a potential trial date of Sept. 24, but U.S. District Court Judge Douglas Woodlock recently accelerated the trial schedule because Mr. Cracchiolo's widow has been without income since her husband's death and laden with “heavy financial and medical difficulties," according the plaintiff’s attorney, Joseph Orlando.

The rights of fishermen are protected by the Jones Act, which makes boat owners responsible for the safety of their crews; they are obligated to alert employees about dangerous conditions. This case may be illustrative of the tactics that a corporate entity will resort to in order to cover up its own negligence and delay justice. They will deny, delay, and defend because their main goal is to protect profits. These tactics can often succeed because victims are so desperate for a settlement, that they are sometimes willing to accept a low settlement offer. Insurers know this, and therefore, we often see innocent people being forced to accept much lower than the case is worth.

It has, obviously, been a long, hard battle already for this family. We commend Judge Woodlock for expediting the trial and I wish the Cracchiolo family good luck in their pursuit of justice. Unfortunately, this woman has been financially strapped for over a year. Even with an expedited trial, there is no indication that this case will settle quickly or if the plaintiff is successful, the defendant won’t appeal. This case is indicative of previous advice provided at this location. Wrongful death cases are complicated, expensive, and time consuming; if litigation delays result in financial distress, a family such as this one often turns to a litigation funding company for financial assistance. A lawsuit cash advance against an expected settlement or award often sustains people, financially, who find themselves in this unfortunate situation. Lawsuit funding maybe used to pay urgent bills, funeral and burial expenses and other costs related to a loved one's death. With pressing bills and obligations out of the way, family members can provide the time necessary for an attorney to achieve appropriate justice and compensation in the case.

Litigation funding is based solely on the merits of the lawsuit; credit rating or job status does not matter. The application process is usually simple and if approved, the lawsuit cash advance is often available within 24 - 48 hours. Because it is a non-recourse cash advance, if the plaintiff loses the case, the lawsuit cash advance is excused; repayment is not required. So, if you find yourself in a similar situation as Mrs. Cracchiolo, consider lawsuit funding from an experienced legal funding company to help sustain yourself and your family through the litigation process.

Source: Gloucester Times; “Judge puts wrongful fishing death suit on fast track”; Richard Gaines; June 7, 2012

June 7, 2012

Hit and Run Driver Turns Himself In

A New Jersey man turned himself into police two days after a hit-and-run accident. A preliminary investigation shows that the man was driving a Nissan Xterra at an unsafe speed when he changed lanes in an attempt to exit the highway. The man stopped briefly after the accident, but then drove off. A 29-year-old passenger in the Mazda died at the hospital shortly thereafter; three others were injured.

The deceased victim’s family and those injured may consider filing a lawsuit against the negligent driver. If they retain a lawyer and are dealing with mounting medical bills, funeral expenses, and loss of wages, they may want to investigate litigation funding.

Lawsuit funding is often the answer to difficult situations where a family or individual is struggling to make ends meet without sufficient funds to handle unexpected medical bills and ordinary living expenses. With a lawsuit cash advance, the repayment is contingent on the outcome of the lawsuit. That means if the plaintiff loses their case, they do not have to pay the money back. After completing an application, a case can be evaluated and if approved, funds can be wired into your account within 24-48 hours. Why struggle any longer? Call Lawsuit Financial to learn how we may be able to help secure the money you need to pay bills while waiting for fair compensation.

June 4, 2012