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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.