Anything that results in a loss of income is hard enough, but when due to serious injuries from an auto accident, it can be devastating.
A married, father of three had just started back to work after nearly a year of unemployment. On his way to his newly acquired job, the man was rear-ended by a distracted driver traveling at 60 mph. Due to injuries sustained he underwent neck fusion surgery to join together broken bones. Although the surgery was successful, the rehabilitation was a lengthy process and he was unable to return to work. He ultimately lost his job. The negligent driver’s insurance company offered $60,000 to settle the case.
No one and nothing should force an innocent victim to settle for less than rightfully deserved. Aware that the offer would not even begin to cover his medical expenses let alone lost income, the victim contacted an auto accident attorney. Six months later, the case settled for an undisclosed amount.
Suffering a personal injury from an auto accident is bad enough, but when the insurance company refuses to negotiate or settle in good faith, the impact can be as devastating as the injury. A personal injury attorney can help resolve your injustice and obtain compensation for past and future medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering. But, this doesn’t mean the insurance company won’t apply deny, delay, and defend tactics hoping that the plaintiff will give in for too little compensation just to make ends meet.
When a case drags on for months, plaintiffs who are struggling with lost income and mounting expenses might turn to family or friends. What if they can’t help? The next possibility is the bank. Typically banks will not provide a loan against a lawsuit, especially when the applicant is out of work. Additionally, banks require monthly payments, which would only add to an already stretched budget. The best place to turn for financial staying power is often a lawsuit cash advance from Lawsuit Financial.
Lawsuit Financial offers plaintiffs a cash advance to pay life’s necessities – mortgage, rent, car payments, medical expenses, and more. It allows a case to proceed through the legal process without pressure to settle early and attempts to ensure improved case results.
Lawsuit Financial is one of the most experienced lawsuit finance companies in the marketplace. Mark Bello, founder and CEO, is a trial lawyer veteran, who regularly consults with plaintiffs and attorneys to discuss whether lawsuit funding is the right fit for them. Once a plaintiff applies for litigation funding, one of our funding representatives will obtain necessary information from the plaintiffs’ attorney to determine case strength. If approved, funds can be available in less than 48 hours; repayment is not made until the case settles favorably. Funding is provided on a no-risk basis meaning if the plaintiff loses the case, we are not repaid.
Lawsuit funding is not for everyone but it is a great resource for any plaintiff who needs to bridge the financial gap until an equitable settlement is reached. For more information, contact Lawsuit Financial toll-free at 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) or visit us online.