All too often property owners neglect to make necessary repairs to torn carpeting, poor lighting, narrow stairs, wet floors, cracked sidewalks, or other hidden hazards resulting in slip and fall accidents. When that happens, the injured may suffer short or long-term medical treatment, be unable to return to work, or worse – be permanently disabled. The negligent property owner, on the other hand, continues business as usual.
If someone is injured on someone else’s property and the property owner failed to warn of the possible hazard, the property owner can be held liable for any damages that may result. These cases are known as premises liability lawsuits. Although many premise liability cases are small, settling quickly, there are many that will take months, sometimes years especially if the property owner denies responsibility and delays resolution of the claims. For plaintiffs waiting for a settlement to pay the bills, this can be devastating. Defendants know this and will continue to drag their feet in hopes that the injured party will accept a low settlement. A forced settlement can be avoided with lawsuit funding.
Lawsuit Financial can put cash in your pocket now to help with your short-term financial needs. Lawsuit funding is not a loan; you only repay our cash advance if, and when, you win your case. Additionally, there is no monthly payment or your personal credit and employment history are not factors. We fund strictly on the strength of your case.
When faced with outstanding bills, credit card debt, and looming foreclosure without savings or help from family or friends, don’t be forced to settle for less than full settlement. For a free, no-obligation consultation, call Lawsuit Financial at 1-877-377-7848 or visit us online to learn how you can secure lawsuit funding rather than settling for less than case value.