In this hit and run case that involved a drunk driver, two 15 year old pedestrians were struck as they were out walking down the street. The driver, not identified at the time of the accident, fled the scene in a 2001 Chevy Z28 Camaro.
EMS crews responded quickly and transported the girls to the nearest hospital where their condition was listed as “critical”. The police investigated, followed lead and were able to track down 36-year-old drunk driver, later that same evening. He was charged with two counts of causing an injury while DWI; one count of DWI and one count of failure to stop after an injury accident.
In cases like this, lawsuits are, typically, the way to compensate the victims and punish the perpetrator. Most likely, the parents of these two innocent children, in the wrong place at the wrong time, will contact a personal injury attorney to discuss their rights. Both girls will have significant medical bills and possibly therapy depending on the extent and duration of their injuries.
Cases like this have a tendency to take a long time to resolve and the additional expenses of illness and injury as well as the disruption of work life can take a substantial financial toll on a family. Thus, the parents may wish to investigate the possibility of obtaining a lawsuit cash advance from an experienced provider of lawsuit funding services. While the families are waiting for their attorneys to obtain justice for their daughters, litigation funding would allow them to pay their medical bills and other important expenses. Legal finance services can be a life preserver in desperate financial times; and legal funding is easy to apply for either online or by phone.
The process to apply for a lawsuit cash advance is easy and it’s also free. If the families do qualify for pre-settlement funding approval, cash can often be place in an applicant’s hands in as little as 24 hours. That’s one of the reasons why it’s called “fast cash”. Money received from what some refer to as a “lawsuit loan”, may be used for any serious purpose; plaintiffs are advised to spend the money on serious needs, like rent, car payments, mortgage payments or medical bills. The call or visit is absolutely free; the advice is priceless.