If you lost a love one in a fatal auto accident and considering a lawsuit cash advance, contact Lawsuit Financial. We provide pre-settlement funding so plaintiffs can wait out the legal process to seek justice and compensation deserved.
The family of a teenager has filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging driver negligence. The accident happened in September 2012 when a 2004 Nissan Altima overturned and hit a parked car. The 19-year-old passenger was thrown from the vehicle; she died at the scene. After analyzing skid marks on the road, Alabama State troopers estimated the driver was traveling at least 70 miles per hour, which has a posted limit of 45 miles per hour. The driver admitted he was driving under the influence of alcohol and marijuana at the time of the accident.
While pursuing the lawsuit for full compensation, the family may be facing a financial situation where immediate cash is needed to pay bills. This emergency financial assistance may come in the form of a lawsuit cash advance, known as auto accident lawsuit funding.
Automobile accident lawsuit funding can relieve any financial pressure to settle the case too early, for too little. While waiting for their attorney to obtain justice, lawsuit funding can be used to help pay monthly bills, funeral and burial expenses, and other bills. Job status or credit ratings do not matter; all that matters is the quality of the case. If the plaintiff qualifies for funding, cash can be available in as little as 24 hours. At Lawsuit Financial, we take all the risk; if the case does not resolve in this family’s favor, we will excuse the debt.
Pre-settlement funding is easy to apply for online or by phone. If you are fighting for compensation in a wrongful death (or personal injury) auto accident and struggling financially while the insurance company drags out the case with deny, delay, and defend tactics, don’t be forced to accept less than fair settlement. Let Lawsuit Financial help you when you need it most.