Street racing is not only illegal, but it puts many innocent lives at risk. Because these races are conducted on the open road, innocent bystanders are also at risk; there are no barriers to protect them. Unfortunately, a young man recently lost his life while saving a friend. Witnesses said vehicles involved in a fatal hit-and-run accident were not racing, but one resident went outside the night of the fatality when she heard vehicles racing; she wanted to take a video to show police what she and other residents had been complaining about for months. Unfortunately, she found herself calling 911. The deceased young man and three injured were all bystanders. One driver turned himself in and may be facing charges; he was released on bond. He may also face a lawsuit from the injured victims and the family of the deceased. If these families file a suit and are struggling to meet financial obligations, lawsuit funding may be an option.
Auto accident lawsuit funding is a service that provides financial assistance to victims and their families while they wait for their case to be concluded and for justice to prevail. Lawsuit funding will help pay necessary bills and expenses, such as medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, auto payments, rent, and other damages as a result of injuries or loss. Repayment of pre-settlement funding is not required until the case concludes successfully. If the plaintiff loses, the repayment is waived in its entirety.
It is important to choose an experienced lawsuit funding company to guide you appropriately. Litigation funding is based on the merits of your case and the time it will take to achieve that outcome. Funding can often be available in less than 48 hours after receipt of a completed application. Financial relief during the litigation process is only a phone call away; don’t let the finish line leave you settling too early for too little.