Not all auto accidents are caused by drunk, negligent, or inattentive drivers. Many are at least partially the result of poor road construction or design, including improperly graded curves, missing guardrails, potholes, malfunctioning traffic lights, or inadequate lighting. It is the job of the Department of Transportation, the local government and the state to design and maintain roads and highways to ensure that roads are safe and hazard-free and dangerous conditions will not imperil motorists exercising reasonable care. When an auto accident occurs due to the poor design and maintenance of the roadway, and to some extent contributed to the accident, the entity in charge of the roads may be held liable. Filing a lawsuit against a government agency can be tricky – (the reason the “fighting city hall” reference exists).
Winning a lawsuit resulting from dangerous road accident involves proving the government was aware of a significant roadway danger, but failed to fix it. Government agencies will often argue that an accident was the result of driver carelessness or error when a dangerous roadway may have been partially or completely the cause. An experienced auto accident attorney can analyze all the evidence to determine if a dangerous road condition was the cause and seek compensation for losses incurred, but the legal process can be costly and time-consuming. This is on top of the expenses a family may already be facing due to the injuries sustained. Even if the injuries or death did not result in loss of income, plaintiffs may struggle to make ends meet. When all means of financial support are exhausted, lawsuit funding can help.
Often times referred to as a “lawsuit loan”, lawsuit funding is immediate cash without credit checks, employment verifications or monthly payments. Unlike a traditional bank loan, lawsuit funding is based solely on the details of your case. With some of the bills paid – medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, daily household expenses – plaintiffs can focus on healing and avoid settling for less than case value. Unlike a bank loan that must be paid back no matter the end results, lawsuit funding is only repaid when the case successfully settles. Lose the case, repayment of the cash advance is waived.
If you have been injured or lost a loved one in an auto accident, Lawsuit Financial may be able to provide the financial support you and your family need while awaiting a settlement or other resolution in your case. There are no hidden fees and no obligation to accept, even if we approve your application. Funding is typically available within 24 – 48 hours. Call us at 1-877-377-7848 or visit us online for a free case evaluation.