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When Your Life is changed in an Instant

Being involved in a serious auto accident can have long-lasting consequences for you and your loved ones, sometimes including medical bills, funeral expenses, loss of income, and more. When considering a lawsuit, the first course of action should be contacting a personal injury attorney. It could be the difference between a fair settlement and inadequate compensation for your loss. Determining who is at fault can take time. If you are struggling financially, don’t consider settling your case for less than you deserve. Pre-settlement funding can make the difference between a smaller, earlier settlement and a full and fair settlement that holds the defendant responsible for the harm it caused.

In a 2013 auto accident, a 17-year-old Georgia teen died and her father was seriously injured. He suffered fractured ribs and his legs were crushed in the accident and is still being treated for his injuries; surgery is likely. Her parents recently filed two separate lawsuits – one alleging wrongful death and the other seeking damages for her father’s injuries. The suits claims the teen driver of the other vehicle was negligent in failing to obey state driving laws, yield the right of way, and keep a “proper lookout” while behind the wheel. Her father was also named in the suit.

It goes without saying that losing a loved one in an auto accident leaves an emotional scar on any family. In the midst of the grief, it is hard to deal with the financial consequences, especially in a case like this where the sole breadwinner was seriously injured. A complex and time-consuming lawsuit can add more strain on financial resources. Lawsuit Financial helps ensure that plaintiffs have the financial resources to endure a lengthy litigation process. Pre-settlement funding can assist with mortgage/rent payments, funeral costs, medical expenses, and other household living expenses. There is no credit check or employment verification in applying for funding. If approved, there are no payments until the case settles. If the case is lost, there is no repayment.

If you need financial assistance during a pending personal injury lawsuit, don’t settle for settlement sake; call Lawsuit Financial and see if we can help change your life in an instant.