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When State Farm Is Not “Your Good Neighbor”, Lawsuit Financial Is There

Refusing to give into State Farm’s deny, delay, and defend tactics, a Michigan woman filed a personal injury lawsuit. The 23-year-old woman was seriously and permanently injured in December 2011 by a man who was texting while driving and ran a red light. According to the suit, the woman suffered multiple injuries, including traumatic brain injury, severe neck spasms, an injured disc and permanent nerve damage in her legs, necessitating use of a boot or brace to walk normally. A jury recently awarded the woman $1.14 million.

Carrying adequate insurance coverage can provide peace of mind by ensuring that you have a safety net if you are ever injured or suffer a loss. We rely on insurance; we assume it will be there when we need it. When insurance companies like State Farm refuse to pay adequate compensation, the victim is forced into a lengthy litigation process. “I wish that State Farm would re-evaluate its position when you have someone who’s so severely injured,” said the woman’s attorney. They choose to roll the dice because it’s so difficult to get a jury verdict in favor of an injured party.”

Sadly, I don’t believe this $1.14 million verdict will change State Farm position in adequately paying claims. State Farm has extremely deep pockets and its strategy is to make collection, even for its own, premium paying, policy holders, tremendously difficult, if not impossible, without a jury trial. They happily take your money in premiums, in exchange for what they call “coverage”, but when you need the benefits or coverage you paid for State Farm and its ilk will be vicious in defending its pocketbook.

When insurance companies refuse to do the right thing, when they refuse “like a good neighbor” to “be there”, you should not have to settle for less than you deserve. If you are experiencing financial difficulty from accidental injures or disabilities due to the negligence of someone else, and your attorney has filed a lawsuit, Lawsuit Financial may be able to help you fight back. We offer a non-recourse cash advance, known as lawsuit funding, to help with the financial needs so you can focus on the physical and emotional ones, while your attorney pursues a full and fair settlement. All that is required to be considered for lawsuit funding is:
• A pending lawsuit
• A case with merit
• A completed one-page application
• Case documentation from your attorney

We do not require:
• An application fee
• A credit check
• Employment history
• Monthly payments

If you or someone you know is in a pending lawsuit, don’t settle for pennies on the dollar because of pressing financial needs caused by insurance company greed. Let Lawsuit Financial provide you the money and time you and your attorney need to get the highest compensation possible. Call Lawsuit Financial, toll free at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) or visit us online for a free, no-obligation consultation of your case funding situation.