Winter often comes with inclement weather, and such weather unfortunately results in a higher number of car and motor vehicle accidents.
The road surface was covered in ice and snow. A woman (“Joan”) estimated her speed at 30 miles per hour when she was sideswiped by another driver. It was estimated that the driver of the SUV that hit “Joan” was traveling at 50 miles an hour when his vehicle fishtailed, causing him to lose control and slide into her Honda. “Joan” had to be extricated from her vehicle. She suffered a severe concussion, broken bones, and an ankle fracture. After hiring an attorney, “Joan” thought it would be no time before a settlement was reached. Unfortunately, the case dragged on for eight months. During this time she was unable to return to work, the medical bills were piled up, and she needed a new car. Upon her attorney’s advice, “Joan” turned to Lawsuit Financial for short-term financial help.
Lawsuit funding is a cash advance that allows a plaintiff to use their settlement during the pending lawsuit. There is no need for credit checks or employment verification because funding is based on the strength of the case. This also means plaintiffs can get the money they needed quickly, usually between 24 – 48 hours, and focus on their lawsuit instead of their finances. Because it is a non-recourse cash advance, there is no risk to the plaintiff. In “Joan’s” case, once we received her request for funding, we were able to review case documentation and approve her case within a day. Knowing her bills and expenses were covered, made it is much easier to fight for justice.
When you can’t afford to wait for a settlement because you need cash fast to pay the bills and meet family needs, consider lawsuit funding. Securing a lawsuit cash advance can provide the financial staying power to achieve full compensation for damages. To learn how lawsuit funding can help get you emergency cash for your auto accident lawsuit claim, give us a call, toll free, at 877-377-7848 or complete our online application.