Four Penn State students on a trip to solicit donations for THON were in a fatal auto accident on Friday when their SUV hit a patch of black ice and flipped over. Three of the students sustained injuries, but were expected to recover; one passenger was thrown from the vehicle and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Snow and ice covered roads are not uncommon between November and March. Many auto accident victims are fortunate enough not to have serious injuries. However, just as many are and may require extensive medical treatment, surgery, and physical therapy; others may be disabled. Further investigations may help determine if negligence played a role in this fatal accident. If so, the injured parties and the family who lost their daughter may choose to file a personal injury lawsuit to receive compensation.
During such difficult times, the physical, emotional, and financial strain can be overwhelming. Did you know there is a way to help with the financial situation without taking a second mortgage on your home, without a bank loan, or without borrowing from family and friends?
Lawsuit funding is an option for auto accident victims. In fact, it may be the only option to prevent victims from settling too soon and for too little. 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, money from a bank is a loan that must be paid back, with monthly payments.
Lawsuit funding is neither; rather it is a cash advance against your lawsuit. There are no upfront fees, no monthly payments, and you only pay to cash advance back if you win your case. Litigation funding is a no-risk cash advance against your lawsuit and once approved can be available to the plaintiff within 24 – 48 hours. When you know your bills and expenses are covered, it is much easier to fight for justice to be served. This pre-settlement funding helps level the play field between the plaintiff and defendant. Contact Lawsuit Financial at 1-877-377- SUIT (7848) or visit us online for a free, no obligation consultation. Remember that acting responsibly and driving safely is the best way to avoid auto accidents especially during the winter months.