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A Hit-And-Run Accident Involving a Drunk Driver May Be Eligible For Litigation Funding

Drunk driving accidents are one of the most devastating types of crashes, and 100% preventable.

Two women are recovering after they were pinned between two cars while loading items into their vehicle. Police said that an alleged drunk driver was traveling at a high rate of speed when he struck a parked car that was located in front of the women. The force of impact pushed the parked car into the woman’s vehicle. Both women were taken to the hospital with serious injuries.

The intoxicated driver fled the scene, but was caught after he crashed is vehicle during a police pursuit. He was arrested and charged with intoxication assault, two counts of failure to stop and render aid, and evading arrest in a vehicle.

The fact that the negligent driver was arrested and charged does little to pay the bills for the injured woman. Although they may wish to file a personal injury lawsuit, it may take months or even years before a settlement is reached. Meanwhile, they still have to pay bills and meet their financial obligations. If money is tight, one solution is to secure litigation funding, a lawsuit cash advance in exchange for a portion of the future proceeds of the case.

At Lawsuit Financial, our lawsuit cash advances are provided on a non-recourse basis, without the need for a credit check, employment verification, or monthly payments. In fact, no payment is made until the case settles. If the case is lost, the repayment is completely waived.

Do you have a personal injury lawsuit case pending? Are you in need of fast cash? In the right situation, for the right plaintiff, litigation funding is clearly a service that plaintiffs should consider at a strategic time in the litigation. Once approved, funds can be available for immediate use within 24 – 48 hours. Call Lawsuit Financial to learn how litigation funding can help you.