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Verdict Rendered in 2011 Drunk Driving Case

A Los Angeles jury awarded $21 million to a family seriously injured in a 2011 DUI auto accident. The crash occurred when a drunk driver lost control of his SUV, crossed into the family’s lane, and hit their Ford Taurus head-on. The verdict included compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, and damages for pain and suffering.

This case would have likely been eligible for lawsuit funding. When a person files a lawsuit against someone else, they may qualify for a lawsuit cash advance against the expected recoveries from their case. Lawsuit funding is a way to pay the ongoing medical bills, mortgage, tuition, car payments and the other daily expenditures of life while providing a victim precious time to wait for justice.

At Lawsuit Financial, approval is based on case strength; it is not contingent on credit or employment history. The money is provided on a non-recourse bases, so there is no need for a credit check, employment verification, or monthly payments. It also means repayment is based on case success. If the case is lost, the repayment is waived.

If you have a pending lawsuit and are struggling to make ends meet, lawsuit funding is not only an option to get your cash fast, but may make a substantial difference in the bottom line of your case. The application and approval process includes:
• A one-page application • Case documentation from your attorney
• If approved, a signed contract by you and your attorney.

Once these steps are completed, we can wire the money directly into your bank account in as little as 24 hours.

To learn more about lawsuit funding, complete our contact form or call our office at 1-877-377-7848.