According to police, a woman was killed in an auto accident when the driver of a Ford F-150 drove through a red light at a high rate of speed before slamming into her Honda Accord. Although the accident is still under investigation speed appears to be the only factor; police said the negligent driver was not under the influence. According to local residents, the road where the accident occurred is dangerous because drivers must transition from 65 mph to an abrupt stop at the intersection.
Intersection accidents can occur due to driver negligence, poor signage, poor traffic patterns or improper design of the roadway or intersection, or malfunctioning traffic lights. When evaluating an intersection accident a personal injury attorney will look at all aspects of the accidents to determine liability against the government entity and the other driver.
Winning a wrongful death lawsuit takes time especially when it involves proving the government was aware of a significant roadway danger, but failed to fix it. During the litigation process, the victim may struggle to meet financial obligations due to medical expenses, loss of income, funeral and burial expenses, and other expenses. Lawsuit funding helps address financial obligations so plaintiffs can avoid settling too soon, for too little.
Applying for funding is quick and easy with Lawsuit Financial because we determine if a case is viable for a lawsuit cash advance based solely on case documentation – medical reports, accident reports and statements surrounding the accident. There is no credit check or employment verification. Additionally, we do not require upfront fees or monthly payments. Best of all, our lawsuit cash advances are not paid back until the case successfully settles. Should the plaintiff lose the case, the repayment is completely waived.
To learn more about our funding process, discuss how we can assist with your financial needs, or to apply for a lawsuit cash advance call our office at 1-877-377- 7848 or visit us online.