A serious auto accident injury can not only result in expensive medical bills, it can have tremendous short- and long-term financial and physical impacts. A serious injury may mean you are unable to return to work for an extended period, or even make it impossible to resume your position. Injuries may mean extended care, such as physical therapy or life-long round-the-clock care. All these burdens can be financially devastating not only for the victim, but his/her family.
Although many people believe they can rely upon the insurance company to provide adequate compensation, unfortunately, this is not always the case. An experienced attorney may be essential to understand your rights and seek appropriate justice.
After more than two years of litigation, a settlement was finally reached in a rear-end crash that caused an innocent victim head injuries resulting in extensive medical bills, loss of earnings and earning capacity, physical pain and impairment, and mental anguish. The personal injury claim settled for an undisclosed amount.
This plaintiff would have been a viable candidate to receive lawsuit funding. Unfortunately, most plaintiffs do not realize they can obtain a cash advance, known as litigation funding, often referred to as a “lawsuit loan”.
Litigation funding is a viable choice for cash-strapped plaintiffs because it can help meet living expenses, pay for medical care and cover other daily needs. Instead of worrying about finances, a plaintiff can focus on recovering from his/her injuries while awaiting a trial verdict or settlement.
Applying for litigation funding is quick and easy. Simply complete an online application or call our office toll-free. Litigation funding is based solely on the merits of the lawsuit; credit rating or job status does not matter. Our investors will review your case and determine the likelihood of a favorable settlement. If your case is approved, we will wire the funds to your account within 24 – 48 hours. Funding is based on a non-recourse basis meaning the cash advance carries no risk. If you lose the case, you are not required to repay the cash advance.
If you have been in an auto accident and suffered a serious injury, or someone you love has been injured or killed in a car crash, seeking lawsuit funding may be the difference between staying the course and accepting a less-than-favorable settlement. Call Lawsuit Financial for a free, no-obligation consultation to determine if lawsuit funding is right for you and your case.