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Premise Liability Lawsuit Funding Available for Couple Injured by Brewster Condominium Water Tank

It is sometimes impossible to know the magnitude of injuries due to the negligence of someone else, and it is also impossible to know how long it will take to settle a personal injury lawsuit. When the innocent victim faces serious financial difficulties, a viable source for fast cash is pre-settlement funding from Lawsuit Financial.

A 29-year-old man was helping his girlfriend move out of her building next to the Brewster Condominium. As they stood next to his vehicle, an eight foot wide, 12 feet long tank full of water came crashing down from atop the Brewster building. The couple was hit with flying debris and a tidal wave of water according to the suit. Witnesses said the woman was in and out of consciousness after being hit. Both suffered serious injuries and were transported to a local hospital. The man has subsequently been released, while his girlfriend remains in critical condition with injuries to her head and chest.

The two victims have filed a personal injury lawsuit against the Brewster Condominium Corporation seeking in excess of $50,000 each. The suit claims the defendant was negligent in one or more of the following ways:

•Failed to properly secure the water tank
•Failed to properly inspect, monitor, and maintain the condition of the tank and components parts to ensure it was mounted securely
•Failed to properly monitor and inspect the water tank and component parts for deterioration, instability, and a failure of its retention mechanism
•Failed to make timely and proper repairs of the tank and components
While the investigation continues and their attorney seeks all maintenance and inspection records for the building and water tank, the couple may need money to help pay the medical bills and other expenses while unable to return to work. Insurance companies notice when a plaintiff is facing financial hardship and will use deny, defend, and delay tactics to entice the plaintiff into a less than adequate settlement. Lawsuit Financial helps plaintiffs avoid this with a lawsuit cash advance. The application process is simple, and funding may be ready for disbursement in as little as 24 hours. There are no monthly payments, and repayment of the cash advance is only made once the plaintiff successfully settles the case. If the plaintiff loses, repayment is completely waived.

Legal finance services have proven to be a godsend. If you are a plaintiff struggling to make ends meet, let your financial distress stop here. Call Lawsuit Financial for a free, no-risk consultation and learn how we can help you meet your financial obligation as you wait for the outcome of your case.