A woman in a Kia Optima was entering the intersection when a driver in a pick-up truck ran a red light slamming into her broadside. Initially, the driver of the truck admitted guilt, but after talking with his insurance company he changed his story. When her own insurance company tried to settle with a low-ball offer, the woman sought legal counsel. She sustained serious injuries with medical bills surpassing $7,500 and was unable to work for six months. The bills were piling up and her attorney told her it would take some time to prove liability. Even when she returned to work, there was not enough income to pay all her bills.
In another case, a woman lost her husband; her 3 young children their father as a result of medical negligence. Her husband died after a routine angioplasty procedure. The cardiologist made three attempts to perform an angioplasty, but was unsuccessful. When the patient began complaining of chest pains, the doctor discovered a perforation in the left anterior descending coronary artery. The patient’s vital signs collapsed rapidly; resuscitation efforts were unsuccessful. A lawsuit alleged the stent used for the procedure was too large and the doctor was inexperienced. The man was the sole supporter for the family and his death was completely unexpected. The insurance company offered the family $250,000. The family asked their attorney to accept the offer because they were strapped for cash; remember the man was their sole means of financial support.
These two cases are perfect examples how personal injuries and wrongful deaths can seriously disrupt your life or the lives of loved one. They are also cases where lawsuit funding can help.
A lawsuit cash advance is a lifeline to help financially strapped plaintiffs pay medical expenses, funeral expenses, mortgage, and other important bills. Unfortunately, creditors don’t care that you are disabled. They don’t care that you can’t work. They only want their bill paid.
Legal Finance services, like those offered by Lawsuit Financial Corporation, provide personal injury victims with the money they need to pay regular monthly bills, medical expenses, funeral expenses, car payments, rent, groceries and other ordinary and necessary bills. There are no monthly payments to make; we are not a bank. There are no credit checks; your credit history does not matter and you don’t need to prove employment. Funding is based solely on the strength of the case and you only pay back the money if, and when the lawsuit is won and settled. This is because lawsuit settlement funding is non-recourse funding, meaning, if the case is lost, you pay absolutely nothing back.
Another advantage of lawsuit funding is that you do not have to accept a less than fair settlement from the insurance company. Our goal is to relieve your financial concerns, prevent you from settling your valuable case for less than it is worth, and continue to provide you with needed assistance throughout the long legal process. We want you to focus on your lawsuit; we want you to obtain full compensation for your injuries, no matter how long it takes.
If you suffered serious injuries or lost a loved one due to an auto accident, wrongful death, slip and fall, or defective product, you will most likely face a long road physically, emotionally, and financially. Don’t be tempted to accept a lower than acceptable offer due to the fact that you are in dire need of money. Get the financial help you need; call Lawsuit Financial.