July 8, 2013

Pre-Settlement Funding Empowers Plaintiffs to Fight for Justice

Many auto accident lawsuits drag on for months, sometimes years. When this happens, the plaintiff often suffers financially especially if unable to work. Knowing the plaintiff needs fast cash, the insurance company will likely offer a less-than-favorable settlement. A desperate plaintiff watching the bills pile up may feel accepting the inadequate offer is better than waiting out a long legal process. Fortunately, Lawsuit Financial has another option – pre-settlement funding.

Pre-settlement funding is a cash advance against a pending claim, available for all types of auto accidents including, but not limited to, those involving drunk drivers, distracted drivers, hit and run drivers, and fatigued drivers. With this emergency cash, a plaintiff can begin paying the bills in less than 48 hours giving his/her attorney necessary time to fight for fair compensation.

Here’s how it works:
1. Complete our free, one-page application online or by calling our office.
2. If applying online, one of our representatives will contact you shortly thereafter.
3. We will contact your attorney for case documentation.
4. Once the application is reviewed, if approved funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours.
5. Once the case successfully settles, Lawsuit Financial is repaid from the proceeds of the case.

If you are seriously injured or lost a loved one in an auto accident, if the lawsuit is taking a long time to settle, and if your bills are piling up and you desperately need help to stay financially afloat until your case settles, pre-settlement funding may be a solution. There are no credit check, no up-front fees, and no monthly payments. Best of all, pre-settlement funding is provided at no risk to the plaintiff; if the plaintiff loses the case, the repayment is completely waived. Let Lawsuit Financial empower you to continue fighting for the compensation you deserve; visit us online or call our office toll-free at 877-377-7848.

June 6, 2013

Elderly Tennessee Man May Face Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Auto Accident

In auto accidents where negligence or wrongdoing is involved, the at-fault driver can be held liable for the injuries, damages and losses. Innocent victims can seek compensation for their losses. Families of deceased victims can file a wrongful death claim seeking compensation for damages such as funeral and burial expenses, loss of future income, pain and suffering, and loss of love and companionship. Injured victims can seek damages for medical expenses, lost wages, hospitalization, and pain and suffering. During the legal process, if the victims need financial assistance to pay the bills, they should contact a litigation funding company.

A 62-year-old man and a 6-year-old little boy, both passengers in a 2000 Honda Accord, were killed in a devastating Knoxville, TN auto accident. According to a news report, the female driver of the Honda was making a turn from US25/70 onto a private drive when she was rear-ended by Ford Explorer. The impact sent the woman’s vehicle into a large tree killing both passengers. The woman and the 83-year-old driver of the Explorer were treated at an area hospital. All the occupants of the Honda were using seat belts and the child was properly restrained in a child seat. Was the man speeding, distracted, or impaired in some way? An investigation is ongoing to determine precisely what happened.

In this case, the elderly man may have been speeding or distracted. This combined with a slower reaction time typical of elderly drivers may have led to the fatalities. The victims and their families would be well-advised to contact an experienced auto accident attorney to learn their rights and ensure that the negligent parties are held liable. Unfortunately, the legal process can take upwards of several months to years before compensation is received. During this time, the families may want to consider litigation funding, a non-recourse cash advance against their pending claim.

Litigation funding is a means to refrain from being forced to settle for a fraction of what you deserve, a tactic typical of insurance companies. Insurers will delay the case as long as they can and lowball a settlement offer so families in financial distress will feel pressure to settle for less than full compensation. Obtaining auto accident litigation funding can neutralize this tactic and provide plaintiffs the ability to make pay the bills and hold out for the highest possible settlement.

Lawsuit Financial understands that time is of the essence; we work quickly to approve funding in less than 48 hours. To start, we provide a no-cost, no-obligation consultation so our clients fully understand how litigation funding works. Our easy one-page application can be completed in less than five minutes. Because there are no credit checks or employment verification, once we receive case documentation, we can quickly review the case. If the case has merit, we will wire funds directly into the clients account. Repayment is only required when our clients successfully settle. If our clients don’t win their case, the cash advance is theirs to keep; they owe Lawsuit Financial absolutely nothing.

If a fatal auto accident has claimed the life of a loved one and you are searching for a litigation funding, against the proceeds of your case, contact Lawsuit Financial today.

March 12, 2013

Speed the Main Focus of a Fatal Ohio Auto Accident

Every year thousands of young adults die in traffic accidents—often as a result of the driver’s excessive speed, coupled with the lack of experience, or inattention. Sometimes alcohol may even play a role in a fatal crash. When a wrongful death or personal injury lawsuit is filed due to the negligence of someone else, the innocent victims and their families may need financial assistance to help pay mounting medical bills or funeral and burial expenses. For those struggling financially, litigation funding can often be the only means to avoid debt.

Warren, Ohio residents are mourning the death of six teens fatally injured when a sport utility vehicle smashed into a guardrail and flipped over into a swampy pond. Five male passengers and the female driver died in the accident. Two other passengers escaped through a rear window before the vehicle was completed submerged under water. Investigators are focusing on speed as playing a significant role in the accident, but won’t speculate if drugs or alcohol were involved. None of the teens were wearing seat belts.

There is no word whether families of the victims will file a wrongful death lawsuit, but since the investigation is ongoing, these families will not have access to police records for some time. In the event a claim is filed, waiting for a settlement can take a long time, putting a family in financial ruin. Fortunately, litigation funding may be an option.

Litigation funding, a non-recourse cash advance against the future proceeds of the case, can ease the financial burden and give the plaintiff's attorney the time needed to obtain full case value. This immediate funding source allows a plaintiff to take care of their important financial obligations such as medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, and important monthly obligations.

The process to apply for a lawsuit cash advance is easy; more importantly, it’s free. Once a plaintiff qualifies for funding, cash can often be available in as little as 24 hours. Additionally, the cash advance is not paid back until the plaintiff successfully settles the case.
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.

January 7, 2013

Lawsuit Funding Helps Auto Accident Victims this Winter Season

Injuries, property damage, and deaths from an auto accident can be intensified in wintry conditions. When this happens, victims of driver negligence can seek compensation for medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, loss of income, pain and suffering and other compensation for their losses. If the victim and their families file a lawsuit, it could be a long process between the final investigation report and a settlement. Some may experience financial duress due to bills incurred as a result of the accident and possibly loss of income if they are unable to work as a result of injuries. Seeking the services of a legal funding company can be a financial lifeline.

Family members may not have the funds to help through this difficult time, and banks don't typically loan money to auto accident victims. Furthermore, a bank loan requires a credit check, employment verification, monthly payments, and it must be paid back. Lawsuit funding may be the only option to prevent victims from settling too soon and for too little. With lawsuit funding, there are no upfront fees, no monthly payments, and you only pay to cash advance back if you win your case. Because it is a no-risk cash advance against your claim, if you lose your case you owe the funding company nothing. The application process is quick and easy; approved funds can be available within 24 - 48 hours.

Let lawsuit funding can help your case through to a final settlement. When you know your bills and expenses are covered, it is much easier to fight for justice to be served. Our free, no-obligation consultation can help you determine if lawsuit funding is right for you and your case.

January 3, 2013

Pre-Settlement Funding is an Effective Solution When an Auto Accident Lawsuit Leaves you Wondering How to Pay the Bills

Automobile accidents are the number one personal injury in the U.S. When an auto accident occurs, determining fault and liability is rarely questioned in cases of reckless or intentional misconduct. Failing to stop at a stop sign, running a red light, rear-ending a stationary vehicle, erratic driving, and speeding often proves that a driver was negligent. However, when negligence is not clear-cut, these cases can take years before a settlement is reached. When this happens, the injured victim may not be able sustain himself financially. In times like this, pre-settlement funding may be an option.

Hiring an auto accident attorney who can help assess the facts of your accident, meet the statue of limitations for filing a claim, and negotiate with insurance companies to protect your rights should be the next step after seeking medical attention. If you are like most families living paycheck to paycheck, waiting for a fair settlement, may not be an option. The emotional strain of the accident, coupled with looming medical bills, lost income and permanent injury may be too difficult to overcome. Insurance companies know this and use deny, delay, and defend tactics in an attempt to force plaintiffs into less than adequate settlements.

Instead of settling for pennies on the dollar; consult the legal finance experts at Lawsuit Financial. We have helped thousands of clients achieve successful case resolution after an auto accident by providing a non-recourse advance against a pending settlement. This means if you lose your case for any reason, you don't have to repay the cash advance. Although the money can be used anyway our clients would like, we recommend pay medical bills, mortgage, car payments, and basic living expenses. The only thing required for funding approval is the completion of a one-page application and a viable case. There are no monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verification. If approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Call us today for a free, no-obligation consultation or to apply.

January 1, 2013

Sustaining the Litigation Process with Auto Accident Lawsuit Funding

Anyone seriously injured in an auto accident due to the negligence of someone else may be eligible for auto accident lawsuit funding during the litigation process.

What can you recover and how long will it take?

If you have been injured in an auto accident, you may be entitled to recover damages from the negligent driver’s insurance company. Some of the most common damages recoverable include:

Loss of Wages: If the accident has left you unable to work, you are entitled to recover lost wages.

Loss of Earning Capacity: If the auto accident results in permanent loss of earnings or a decrease in earnings due to injuries sustained and the inability to maintain the job you had prior to the accident, you can recover future lost wages.

Medical Expenses: You are entitled to recover past, present, and future medical expenses associated with the auto accident; which can include doctor visits, surgery, medications, emergency room expenses, physical therapy and rehabilitation, etc.

Pain and Suffering: Pain and suffering from an auto accident isn’t just about physical pain; often times injured victims suffer mental anguish as well.

How can you sustain yourself financially during the long litigation process?

Every plaintiff enters a lawsuit expecting a fair settlement in a timely manner. However, this is not an easy task, as fighting a lawsuit can be a long, complicated battle. At times, it can feel easier to settle early for less than fair compensation.

Unless there are substantial savings to fall back on, plaintiffs often need financial assistance to survive until their case is resolved. Financial help can come from a traditional bank loan, family and friends, or lawsuit funding.

Traditional bank loans come with monthly payments and must be paid back no matter the results from the lawsuit. Most often, banks will not lend money to anyone that cannot provide proof of employment because the bank wants to make sure it is repaid. Even if the plaintiff expects to receive a large settlement from the pending suit, it is not an asset that a traditional lender recognizes. Using credit cards can put the plaintiff further in debt especially if the case is lost; again repayment must be made. Borrowing from family and friends may carry no interest or very low interest, and a relative will often be willing to wait for repayment while the plaintiff’s lawsuit works its way through the legal system. However, it can put a strain on family relationships and friendships. Additionally, family and friends usually can only afford to lend a limited amount of cash without putting a strain on their own finances.

Resist the temptation for a quick settlement. If you are struggling financially during the litigation process, facing foreclosure, can’t pay the medical bills, and can’t put food on the table; auto accident lawsuit funding may be available to bridge the gap until you achieve a resolution of your case.

What is auto accident funding and how does it work?

Auto accident lawsuit funding is a cash advance against your pending settlement. It is designed to help plaintiffs cover basic expenses incurred while waiting for case resolution.
After filing a personal injury lawsuit, contact a legal funding company to determine if you may be eligible for lawsuit funding. The application process is free and does not require credit checks or employment verification. If approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Best of all, lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis; you don’t repay the cash advance until you successfully settle your case. If you lose, the repayment is waived in its entirety, including the cash advance. Call for a no-obligation consultation or apply online.

November 28, 2012

Lawsuit Funding Helps Auto Accident Victims Avoid Early Settlement

It only takes an instant to change a life, possibly forever.

When a tractor trailer side-swiped a Ford Fusion the driver of the Fusion suffered serious neck and back injuries. He as already undergone two back surgeries to repair the damage and reduce the pain, but doctors say future surgeries are inevitable. He was the sole breadwinner for his family and has been unable to work since the accident.

The driver filed a personal injury lawsuit seeking compensation for medical expenses, loss of income, loss of companionship, and pain and suffering. A jury awarded the plaintiff $7 million.
Serious injuries from an auto accident do not only affect the victim, but those around him - his spouse and children in particular. More often than not, things will never be the same. This innocent victim may be disabled for life; he may never be able to do the things that came so easily before the accident or experience the same love and compassion for his wife.

During this difficult time, worrying about money is the last thing any victim needs. With lawsuit funding, you can get much-needed funds to cover important expenses while your lawsuit is still pending settlement. The money can be used at the client’s discretion and need not be repaid if the case is unsuccessful.

The advantage of lawsuit funding:
• Avoid settling too soon for too little
• Eligibility is not based on employment or good credit
• Approval is based solely on the merits of the case.
• The money is only repaid when the case settles favorably for the plaintiff.

If you could benefit from lawsuit funding while waiting for your case to settle, contact the experts at Lawsuit Financial for a free, no obligation consultation to decide if our services can help your family. Once an application is filed, we will evaluate your case. If approved, wired funds into your account within 24 – 48 hours. You can then use this money however you see fit although it is recommended to be used for paying overdue bills and other ongoing household expenses.

November 19, 2012

Lawsuits Resulting from Fatal Auto Accident May Include Caltrans

On July 20, 2012, I published "Jury Returns Record $31.5 Million Verdict in Motorcycle Accident on Known Dangerous Road” in which a jury found the driver 85% liable for negligence and the State of California, Department of Transportation (Caltrans) 15% liable.

Caltrans may be facing another lawsuit resulting from fatal auto accident, this time in San Diego. A 16-year-old, who had his driver’s license for less than five months, was racing another vehicle when he lost control of his car and crashed, killing two passengers and injuring two others. Prosecutors said the teen was traveling at speeds exceeding 100 mph when the accident occurred.

Two lawsuits have been filed against the teen driver and his parents, but lawyers for the victims said that a case may be filed against Caltrans alleging dangerous road conditions – a series of dips or “swells” may have caused the teen to lose control.

Winning a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit resulting from a dangerous road accident involves proving the government was aware of a significant roadway danger, but failed to fix it. Whether a lawsuit is filed against Caltrans or not, the negligent driver should still be held accountable.

Two families have lost their teens; two other teens suffered serious injuries. During this time, the last thing these families need is to be faced with financial issues while pursuing their lawsuit. Fortunately, litigation funding may be an option.

Litigation funding is financial assistance during the litigation process to help innocent victims pay mounting medical bills or funeral and burial expenses. It is a non-recourse cash advance against the future proceeds of the case. With the help of Lawsuit Financial, the plaintiffs can take care of their financial obligations while giving their attorney the time needed to seek appropriate justice.

Suffering injuries are the loss of a loved one is enough of a hardship; don’t succumb to a financial hardship. If you have been injured in an auto accident, your personal funds are running out, and your case has not settled, you may want to consider litigation funding. The application process is free and easy; if you qualify, cash can often be available in as little as 24 hours. And, because litigation funding is on a non-recourse basis, if you lose your case the repayment to Lawsuit Financial is waived in its entirety; even the cash advance. Call us today for a free, no-obligation consultation.

November 5, 2012

Off-Duty Cab Driver Causes Fatal Quadruple Accident

Three passengers in a taxi cab and the driver of another vehicle were killed when the off-duty taxi driver slammed head-on into the other car. The cab driver is accused of traveling in excess of 80 mph when he drove the vehicle off the road, over-corrected and struck the oncoming Cadillac.

The three passengers in the cab died at the scene when the cab became engulfed in flames.
Investigators are awaiting a toxicology report, which could take several weeks, but a reconstruction of the accident and witnesses confirmed that the cab driver caused the accident.

In the meantime, the families of the deceased should seek legal advice to understand their rights. After consulting an experienced attorney, if the families are experiencing financial, Lawsuit Financial may be able to provide “immediate cash” while you wait out the litigation process. That’s because we believe that innocent victims should have the right to receive full compensation for their loss. Insurance companies will usually deny, delay, and defend in hopes of settling for pennies on the dollar. With litigation funding, a plaintiff can level the playing field and wait for fair compensation.

Life won’t wait for your lawsuit to settle and you should not settle for pennies on the dollar because of pressing financial needs. If you need cash now to relieve the burden and constant worry of waiting for compensation that you are entitled to, turn to Lawsuit Financial to learn about lawsuit funding or to apply. There are no up front fees, no credit checks and you keep the money if you lose your case.

October 8, 2012

Raining Conditions and Negligence Don’t Mix

A couple in a Chevy pick-up truck crossed the median and hit a van closing the Interstate 69 for over five hours while police investigated. The couple in the pick-up and the driver in the van died at the scene. Witnesses said it was raining, but it is unclear if weather was a factor. A detailed investigation is ongoing. In the meantime, family members of the innocent victims may wish to consult and auto accident attorney to understand their rights and hold the negligent party responsible. An auto accident attorney can help recoup lost wages, medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, damages for pain and suffering, as well as other expenses associated with the auto accident. Additionally, the family may wish to learn their options if they are struggling to meet unexpected financial obligations due to their loss. The best solution to avoid further debt or settling too soon, for too little is to seek a “lawsuit loan.”

What is a “lawsuit loan?” It is not a loan, at all, but rather a cash advance against a pending lawsuit. Lawsuit Financial, the litigation funding expert, knows that claims can take years to settle; time that most plaintiffs don't have when the bills are piling up, especially if the victim was the sole breadwinner. Financial hardship caused by an auto accident can leave innocent victims questioning whether to accept a low offer from the insurance company. Lawsuit funding could be the solution.

Applying for a lawsuit cash advance is simple with our one-page online application. There are no credit checks or employment verification; all that matters is a winnable case. The best part is that pre-settlement lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance meaning that if you lose your lawsuit, you do not need to repay the “loan.” Instead of worrying about financial problems or even bankruptcy, with the help of Lawsuit Financial, plaintiffs are able to concentrate on healing physically and emotionally while their attorney will have time to achieve a fair settlement.

Many accidents are due to careless, often inconsiderate, driving habits. People who exercise extreme caution when driving in snowy or icy conditions, often times don't think twice about driving in the rain. When you get behind the wheel in any less than favorable weather conditions, it is your legal responsibility to take all measures to avoid an accident. Remember to take necessary precautions – allow extra time to reach your destination, slow down, brake earlier that usual, don’t tailgate, and increase visibility by turning on headlights.

October 1, 2012

Man Dies Of Heart Attack After Trapped In Multi-Vehicle Accident

Inattentive drivers cause serious and fatal auto accidents every day. It could be the result of texting, talking on the phone, eating, applying make-up, daydreaming, or any host of distractions. When an auto accident results in serious injuries or death, an auto accident attorney can help the victims seek fair and equitable compensation. Unfortunately, the litigation process can be much longer than a plaintiff can financially withstand. Instead of settling for less than the case is worth, a plaintiff may investigate lawsuit funding. An example where lawsuit funding may help victims is a recent fatal accident on I-75 in Monroe, MI.

Several people were injured in a multi-vehicle accident when the driver of a Mercedes Benz failed to apply the brakes for stopped traffic, slamming into a 2003 Lincoln. The front seat passenger in the Lincoln suffered minor injuries; the rear-seat passenger was taken to the hospital in critically condition. The driver of the Lincoln was trapped inside the vehicle, but was responsive to rescuers. Unfortunately, as they worked to extract him from the vehicle, he went into cardiac arrest; he later died at the hospital. The accident is still under investigation.

The family of the deceased man may need “fast cash” to pay for funeral and burial expenses. They may also need financial assistance if the man was the sole bread-winner. The critically injured passenger may be able to obtain litigation funding to help cover medical expenses. The advantage of pre-settlement funding is that there are no monthly payments and the cash advance is only paid back after the plaintiff successfully settles the case. If the plaintiff loses, the lawsuit cash advance is waived in its entirety. Additionally, there are no credit checks or employment verifications. Best of all, the application process is quick and easy with funds available within 48 hours of “lawsuit loan” approval. For a free consultation from the lawsuit funding experts or to apply, contact Lawsuit Financial toll free at 1-877-377-7848.

September 25, 2012

Lawsuit Funding Can Help Pay the Bills as a Trial Approaches in Wrongful Death Lawsuit

In July 2009, a 60-year-old man was fatally injured when the driver of a Ford Focus slammed into his motorcycle. Witnesses said the driver of the Focus failed to yield before entering the intersection and was driving aggressively considering the volume of traffic in the area. A wrongful death lawsuit alleges driver negligence and seeks compensation for medical and funeral expenses; the trial is set to begin October 22, 2012. Until a settlement is reached, the family may want to apply for auto accident lawsuit funding to ease any financial burdens especially the medical and funeral expenses.

Litigation funding is a service that provides a lawsuit cash advance before a case is settled; it allows the victim to wait for a fair settlement rather than be forced to settle too soon for too little because of financial difficulties. Lawsuit funding can be used to pay medical bills, funeral expenses, mortgage, auto payments, or any household expenses. There is no need for credit checks or employment verification; there are no monthly payments. Lawsuit funding is on a non-recourse basis meaning that the lawsuit cash advance is only repaid if the plaintiff successfully wins the case. The application process is quick and easy; approvals are typically less than 48 hours.

Never settle for less that what you deserve; consult a lawsuit funding expert to learn your rights. Then, if you are struggling financially to make ends meet, contact Lawsuit Financial, the legal funding expert.

September 24, 2012

Motorist-Assist Worker Fatally Injured in Missouri Auto Accident

Lawsuit Financial would like to express condolences to the family of a Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) motorist-assist worker who was fatally injured while rerouting traffic around another auto accident. The man was thrown several feet after being struck by a drunk driver speeding on Interstate 70 near the I-470 interchange in Independence, MO. The drunk driver’s blood alcohol was more than twice the legal limit to drive. He was treated at an area hospital.

The victim’s family will likely speak with a wrongful death attorney to discuss potential civil litigation. A civil lawsuit is filed for compensation and is separate and distinct from any criminal proceedings filed against the drunk driver. Wrongful death cases are never easy for the families of the deceased; a wrongful death lawsuit will not bring your loved one back, but it may serve to provide the financial resources to survive, financially, without your loved one. The loss of a family member almost always results in financial difficulty for the victim's survivors. A solution is to obtain lawsuit funding from an experienced legal funding provider.

A lawsuit cash advance is 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. In this case, it could be substantial assistance to the victims of this drunk driver. If you are involved in a pending personal injury lawsuit and worried about paying bills or other financial obligations, Lawsuit Financial has your solution. Our pro-justice legal finance company 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 for litigation funding 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. Once approved, pre-settlement funding can be available within 24-48 hours. Don’t don't settle your valuable case for less than you deserve; obtain lawsuit funding and wait out the litigation process for the compensation you deserve.

September 20, 2012

Rain May Have Been a Factor in Fatal Michigan Auto Accident

Family members who lost a loved one in a recent Michigan auto accident should seek legal advice as soon as possible to preserve evidence during the investigation and determine their rights to seek compensation for damages including funeral and burial expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and loss of consortium. After filing a lawsuit, the families may be interested in lawsuit funding to ease financial worries and avoid the pressure to accept a low-ball settlement offer.

The tragic accident occurred when a Chevy pick-up truck heading northbound suddenly crossed the median into the southbound lane hitting a van head-on. Although it had been raining intermittently throughout the day, it is unclear if weather was a factor; an investigation is ongoing. The driver and one passenger in the truck and the driver in the van were killed.

Despite the weather conditions, Mother Nature cannot be exclusively to blame. Was the driver speeding or distracted? Collecting evidence is just one step in receiving compensation for injuries or loss. Preserving evidence helps build a case and increases the chance of receiving compensation deserved. Once a lawsuit is file, plaintiffs who suffer financially, can seek help from a litigation funding expert.

Lawsuit Financial has been helping innocent victims for over 13 years. Lawsuit funding, a non-recourse cash advance is a great option for a family wondering how they will make ends meet financially or to simply pay additional expenses associated with the accident. Pre-settlement funding helps victims deal with unexpected bills – funeral and burial expenses, as well as other pressing financial business, like the mortgage and car payments. With lawsuit funding, plaintiffs no longer need to wait for a settlement to be reached before paying bills. The application process is quick and easy; there are no credit checks, no employment verification, no application fees, and no monthly payments. If approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Once the financial worries are contained, the plaintiff can wait for a fair and equitable settlement. Call us toll free - 877-377-7848, or visit us online.

September 18, 2012

Speeding on Dangerous Road Causes Two Fatal Auto Accidents

Speeding is dangerous! Every year thousands of young adults die in traffic accidents—often as a result of the driver’s excessive speed, lack of experience, or inattention. When a wrongful death or personal injury lawsuit is filed due to the negligence of someone else, the innocent victims and their families may need financial assistance to help pay mounting medical bills or funeral and burial expenses. If this happens, lawsuit funding may be the answer.

Shikellamy High School recently mourned the death of two students from two separate auto accidents. On Friday, four students were traveling to class at SUN Area Technical Institute. As the 16-year-old driver attempted to pass another vehicle at a high rate of speed, an oncoming vehicle approached. The 16-year-old attempted to steer the Ford Explorer back into his lane, but lost control sending the Explorer off the road before it overturned several times. One passenger died at the scene; three other students were treated at an area hospital.

Three days later, a recent Shikellamy High graduate lost his life when his vehicle left the roadway and struck a telephone pole and embankment. Police said he was traveling at a high rate of speed while attempting to negotiate a curve in the road.

Teen and young adult drivers have caused more auto accidents than any other age group. They are not only inexperienced, but their immaturity makes them more likely to take risks behind the wheel. A speeding driver, especially and inexperienced one, is less able to negotiate turns and to steer around hazards. The faster a vehicle is going, the longer it will take to slow down or stop. The key to driving safely is not only experience, but responsibility.

The investigations will undoubtedly look into driver negligence as well as whether the roadway was knowingly dangerous. Lawsuits may be filed against the driver of the Friday accident, while a lawsuit in the Monday tragedy may be filed against the county if it is determined that a dangerous road and the lack of warning signs were partially to blame.

Irrelevant of the cause(s) of these fatal auto accidents, it is always difficult to hear about the loss of a loved one. Two families have lost their teens; three others suffered injuries. 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 their rights. 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 non-recourse cash advance against the future proceeds of the case. It is a means to ease the financial burden and give the plaintiff's attorney the time needed to obtain full case value. 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.

Young adults need to understand that their carelessness behind the wheel puts them and others at risk. Remind your kids that driving is a privilege and not a right. If your child is not mature enough to handle the responsibility and follow the rules of the road, then he/she should not be behind the wheel.

September 11, 2012

Avoid Financial Ruin with Auto Accident Lawsuit Funding

Early treatment is critical even in the most minor auto accident because some injuries may not show symptoms until days, even weeks later. Delaying medical attention can cause a condition to deteriorate significantly resulting in long-term health problems that could have been avoided. The same is true for paying bills after a devastating accident; unpaid medical expenses and other bills can leave long-term consequences to your credit. With lawsuit funding, financial ruin could be avoided.

If you were in an auto accident due to the negligence of someone else, the insurance company most likely will drag its feet in providing fair compensation for damages incurred. In the meantime the bills won’t wait leaving you several options to pay medical expenses – your own auto insurance policy, your own health insurance, or borrowing from family or friends. But, what if you don’t have adequate coverage and family members can’t help? What about other expenses such as mortgage, car payments, and monthly household bills? Insurance companies hope your financial situation is desperate enough that you will accept a less than fair offer. They save millions every year using this delay tactic.

If you or someone you know was injured in a car accident, and have a pending lawsuit, you may be able to receive auto accident lawsuit funding to pay medical bills and living expenses while waiting for a settlement. Pre-settlement funding is a non-recourse cash advance meaning repayment is only made if, and when, you win your case. If you lose, the cash advance is waived in its entirety. Applying for a “lawsuit loan” is quick and easy; funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours after approval. With lawsuit funding plaintiffs don’t have to settle for less that they deserve, nor do they have to struggle financially waiting for a settlement. Call Lawsuit Financial toll Free at 877-377-7848 or apply on line at www.lawsuitfinancial.com.

September 4, 2012

Lawsuit Funding for Hit-and-Run Accident Victims

Are you the victim of a hit-and-run accident? Is the insurance company delaying a fair settlement offer hoping you will become financially desperate to accept a low-ball offer? Did you know that insurance companies save millions of dollars every year with delay tactics because plaintiffs are unfamiliar with lawsuit funding?

If the driver of a hit-and-run accident had no insurance or was not identified, hopefully you have uninsured/underinsured coverage on your policy. In either evident, receiving fair compensation may take months, even years. Meanwhile, you may be unable to work and the financial pressures may leave you considering accepting a low-ball offer.

Lawsuit Financial can be a valuable resource in times like this. If you are the victim of an uninsured or underinsured negligent driver, but have uninsured coverage on your policy, you may qualify for lawsuit funding. Lawsuit Financial, the legal funding expert, offers “lawsuit loans” to seriously injured victims who need cash now while their lawsuit is pending. All that is needed to qualify is to be represented by an attorney and have a viable case. There is no need for credit checks or employment verification. If approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Our hit-and-run lawsuit funding is on a non recourse basis, meaning if you lose your case, you owe us nothing. Furthermore, there are no out of pocket expenses or monthly payments. If you are having trouble covering expenses due to a hit-and-run accident, then consider auto accident lawsuit funding.

August 23, 2012

Lawsuit Funding Could Save a Family Business

Bob took his wife, Renee, out for dinner and a horse-drawn carriage ride to celebrate her birthday. The same evening, a young man and his friend were celebrating a birthday at a local bar. These two separate celebrations resulted in a tragic accident when the young man decided to get behind the wheel of his 2006 Infinity G35. Traveling at an estimated speed of 100 mph, the drunk driver slammed into the back of the horse-drawn carriage killing Bob and seriously injuring Renee, another passenger, and the carriage driver.

Renee and her two sons have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the drunk driver and the drinking establishment that served him, but a settlement could take years. In the meantime, Renee and her sons have several financial problems. Renee suffered multiple broken bones and faced with mounting medical bills; she is still unable to walk. Her health insurance was unilaterally cancelled by the health insurance company less than two weeks before the accident. Her two sons are working to save the family business, where Renee was the bookkeeper, while caring for their mother. The carriage driver, who suffered a broken neck and psychological trauma, also has no health insurance and faces extensive medical bills.

When people are unable to work due to personal injuries or suffering financially due to the loss of the bread-winner, it can become a huge financial burden on them. Not only do the regular monthly bills – mortgage, car payments - begin to pile up, but there are the additional expenses associated with the accident such as medical expenses and funeral expenses.

There are millions of people like Renee and the carriage driver without health insurance, unable to get the medical care they deserve for serious and debilitating injuries. For those, like Renee, who have filed a claim, lawsuit funding may help. Lawsuit funding is a cash advance against the future proceeds of a lawsuit. It exists primarily to help people with legitimate claims avoid settling too soon, for too little. The uninsured can have access to quality health care and can recover from their injuries quickly and return to work sooner, reducing the financial impact. Additionally, lawsuit funding can help the plaintiff win a more equitable settlement.

Unlike a traditional loan, lawsuit funding requires no upfront fees, no monthly payments, no credit checks, no employment verifications, and no repayment until the case is settled. Best of all, if the plaintiff loses the case, the lawsuit cash advance is waived in its entirety. If you are an innocent victim with a pending lawsuit struggling to make ends meet financially, contact Lawsuit Financial. We offer a free, no obligation consultation and a simple, one-page application.

August 2, 2012

Woman Loses Father; Husband is Permanently Brain Dead

Road construction brought traffic to a halt for all, but an inattentive driver of a tractor trailer who slammed into the rear end of a stopped Toyota Matrix. The impact forced the Toyota driver to rear-end another vehicle. The driver of the Toyota sustained serious injuries, her husband suffered permanent brain damage, and her father died at the scene.

The injured couple filed a wrongful death lawsuit. Additionally, they sought damages for injuries they sustained. The suit alleged that the truck driver was speeding and inattentive, and as a result, he lost control of the tractor trailer. The truck driver could not recall the impact and was unable to describe the accident, both indications to the plaintiffs that he was not paying attention or that he fell asleep at the wheel. The lawsuit also alleged that the truck driver fabricated his statement to police claiming that the glare from the sun prevented him from seeing the stopped traffic. Two years later, a $26 million settlement was reached.

If you lost a loved one or been seriously injured because of the negligence or wrongdoing of someone else, it is important to discuss the potential of a wrongful death/personal injury lawsuit with an experienced attorney. Let’s assume that an attorney takes your case and you have been advised that, like this case, a settlement may realistically take two years. Let’s also assume that due to your own injuries you are unable to work, medical bills are mounting, and you have unpaid funeral and burial expenses; all in addition to the normal monthly household bills. What can you do to avoid debt?

Lawsuit Financial understands how devastating an unexpected loss and/or permanent injuries can be for families. We help financially-strapped victims through this difficult time by providing litigation funding, a non-recourse cash advance against a pending lawsuit. With our help, plaintiffs can receive immediate cash now giving their attorney the time needed to achieve a maximum settlement offer. Relieving the financial concerns allows the plaintiff more time to heal physically and emotionally.

If you are in a pending lawsuit and facing financial hardship, you may want to consider lawsuit funding. This legal finance service is not for everyone, but when you are facing financial hardship, our financing can be very helpful. It can be a very powerful tool to help a plaintiff fight for fair compensation. Don’t settle for less than you deserve; contact Lawsuit Financial to determine if lawsuit funding is an option.

July 9, 2012

Indian Couple Wins $36.4 Million Record Lawsuit but an Appeal Appears Imminent

An Indian couple visiting the U.S. was in a serious auto accident with a big rig truck. The accident occurred when the driver of the big-rig attempted to pass a Toyota Camry in which the couple was a passenger, but struck the vehicle spinning it out of control and into the median before striking another vehicle. The Camry then went back across all three freeway lanes and over the freeway shoulder, coming to a rest on the edge. The female passenger suffered spinal cord injuries and is completely paralyzed despite two emergency surgeries. She requires 24-hour attendant care. Her husband suffered injuries and has damages resulting from the limitations now faced by his wife.

A jury awarded the couple $36.4 million stemming from the March 2010 auto accident despite arguments from the defense trying to place blame on the driver of the Camry. The trucking company also argued that compensation should be reduced because the victim can seek care and treatment for her injuries in India where medical costs are lower.

Despite the award, the couple may not receive compensation for some time; the defendant plans to ask for a new trial. During this time, expenses will keep coming and while this couple waits for their case to go through the appeal process, their bills and expenses will still need to be paid. How can this couple withstand the financial hardship that will come with further delays? The answer: litigation funding.

If you are in a pending lawsuit or facing an appeal process and can’t afford to wait for a settlement, Lawsuit Financial may be able to offer you a lawsuit cash advance. Our lawsuit cash advances give our clients the staying power so that they can get the compensation they deserve. Because it is a non-recourse cash advance, the plaintiff does not repay the cash advance if they should lose their lawsuit. That’s right; we only get paid if you win your case. Lawsuit Financial has helped hundreds of injured victims when they need it most so they can wait out the legal process for the compensation they deserve. Don’t let the bills pile up and ruin your credit. To apply for lawsuit funding, call our office or visit us online.