Lawsuit Financial is a national litigation funding company specializing in providing litigation cash advances to plaintiffs involved in pending litigation.
An eight-car commuter train derailed early Monday morning as it pulled into Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. Thirty-two people on board suffered non-life threatening injuries when the train failed to stop at an underground station and climbed 10 feet off the rails before it jumped on the sidewalk and scaled stairs and an escalator.
According to Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) spokesman Brian Steele, investigators are reviewing footage from surveillance cameras and interviewing the driver. Steele said although officials will be looking at equipment, signals, and human factors, it appears that the train was going too fast as it approached the end-of-line station and didn’t stop at a bumping post – a metal shock absorber at the end of the tracks.
As agencies continue their probe into the cause, victims should consider speaking to an experienced attorney who can assist them in obtaining financial compensation for their injuries. After filing a personal injury lawsuit, they should contact Lawsuit Financial if searching for an immediate answer to financial problems.
Lawsuit funding gives injured victims the immediate cash needed to cover expenses, removing financial stress and allowing time to pursue the case to its full merited value. Once a plaintiff completes a simple online application, Lawsuit Financial will evaluate the case at no cost. If approved, we can provide funding in less than 48 hours. There are no monthly payments, so plaintiffs don’t need worry about replacing one expense for another; they can focus on healing without financial burdens.
There are no credit checks when applying for lawsuit funding and employment is not a factor. We advance cash based on case merit only. Because lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance, repayment is only made once the case successfully settles. Lose the case, repayment is waived.
Call Lawsuit Financial today or visit us online to get started with a free, no-obligation analysis of your injury case financing situation.