Auto accidents can be devastating, and there will always be people willing to risk their lives and the lives of others by driving drunk. Often times, victims may be faced with loss of income, medical expenses, physical therapy, permanent disabilities, vehicle repair/replacement, and funeral expenses. Although victims may be able to file an auto accident lawsuit, it is not uncommon for plaintiffs to face financial hardships until a settlement is reached. Reaching a lawsuit settlement can be a lengthy process as the insurance company attempts delay, deny, and defend. As the case drags on, they hope victims will cut their losses and accept a low-ball offer. Any offer can be tempting if bills and expenses are mounting. Even if a victim wins their lawsuit, it may take a long time to actually receive the settlement money.
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If you have been in a drunk driving auto accident and experiencing financial hardship, contact Lawsuit Financial, the pro-justice litigation company. Don’t let the insurance company victimize you again by forcing you to accept a low offer. Lawsuit Financial is here to give you a “staying power” advantage, pursue your lawsuit with confidence, and fight for the compensation you deserve.