Have you lost a loved one due to a drunk driver, have filed a lawsuit, and are looking for compensation to pay your bills? You may be eligible for lawsuit funding.
Drunk driving appears to blame in the deaths of six innocent victims involved in a Sunday morning wrong-way accident. Witnesses said a red Camero was traveling north in the southbound lanes before moving east in the westbound lanes where the Camaro collided head-on with a Ford Explorer. A Ford Freestyle then crashed into the Explorer. Three people were ejected from their vehicles; the Camaro was barely recognizable. Two family members in the Explorer died at the scene; two others were declared dead at the hospital. Two passengers in the Camaro also died at the scene; one was the sister of the drunk driver, who remains in serious condition.
Officials believe the 21-year-old driver of the Camaro was drunk and traveling approximately 100 miles per hour at the time of the accident. According to a friend, she was a new mother and had been on a “girls’ night out.” Records show she has a prior conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol at the age of 17. She also has two other unidentified traffic violations. The restrictions on her license were lifted days before the fatal accident.
The families that have lost loved ones will be greatly affected both emotionally and financially, especially if the loss was the breadwinner. It could take months, even years for a settlement to be reach. A non-recourse lawsuit cash advance may help.
At Lawsuit Financial, we have helped hundreds of victims of drunk driving accidents ease financial burdens through our legal funding services. A lawsuit cash advance can supplement lost income and help pay for the mortgage. It can also help with daily household expenses such as groceries. Bad credit and unemployment do not matter when applying for lawsuit funding. We base our funding on the strength of the lawsuit only. Once your case settles, we are repaid from the proceeds of your settlement. If for some reason you don’t win your case, the cash advance is yours to keep.
If you have lost a loved one due to a drunk driver, there is no reason to settle for a fraction of the value of your case. Contact Lawsuit Financial online or by calling our office to see how we can help; all cases get the same care and attention.