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Failure to Yield Auto Accidents Are Prime Cases for Litigation Funding

After more than two years of litigation, a settlement was finally reached in a serious right-of-way auto accident lawsuit in Texas. The accident occurred in 2008 (four years prior to settlement) when a driver failed to yield the right-of-way at an intersection and hit the plaintiff’s vehicle. The plaintiff suffered a severe head injury and other injuries. She sought damages for medical expenses, loss of earnings and earning capacity, physical pain and impairment, and mental anguish.

Failure-to-yield auto accidents are often complex; determining fault is difficult. Often times, the at-fault driver and the insurance company will not admit fault. Sometimes, the party that is actually at-fault is hit by the innocent victim’s vehicle, leading to confusion, a more detailed investigation, and often times a longer litigation process. When the innocent victim suffers serious injuries, paying the bills can be a problem especially if the victim is unable to work. At times like this, Lawsuit Financial can be a financial life-saver.

Lawsuit Financial understands the financial challenges victims and their families face after a serious auto accident. We offer litigation funding, a cash advance against a pending claim, to help plaintiff’s who need financial help while their case proceeds through the litigation process. Litigation funding is an excellent choice for plaintiffs needing cash now to remain financially stable until a settlement is reached. Once the plaintiff applies, our underwriters will review the case and if approved we can wired a check directly into the plaintiff’s bank account within 24 – 48 hours. The only requirement for litigation funding is that the case has merit. There is no need for good credit or employment, and there are no monthly payments. We are paid back once the case is settled. If the plaintiff loses the case, the funds are waived completely because litigation funding is provided on a non-risk basis.

Call our office today or visit us online if you need financial assistance in a failure-to-yield, or any auto, accident.