A St. Louis woman was killed while making a lawful turn when a SUV ran a stop sign and plowed into her Chevy Malibu. The woman was thrown from her vehicle; she was pronounced dead at the scene. After striking the woman’s vehicle, the SUV slammed into a nearby church, starting a fire. Though firefighter were able to extinguish the blaze before it spread, the church suffered substantial damage. Fortunately, no one was inside at the time. The 18-year-old driver of the SUV tried to escape on foot, but was apprehended. Police believe speed was a factor.
Serious injuries and death occur in auto accidents every day. Victims and their loved ones may incur significant losses including medical bills, lost wages, funeral and burial expenses, and pain and suffering, among other expenses. It is important for victims to seek legal advice to understand their rights to compensation.
When justice takes longer than a plaintiff can financial handle, Lawsuit Financial can provide immediate compensation in the form of a lawsuit cash advance, known as lawsuit funding. A cash advance not only helps pay the immediate bills, but enables the plaintiff to wait for a better settlement.
We offer a fast and easy application process, quick approval, and competitive rates; we never require upfront fees, a credit check, or employment verification. That’s because Lawsuit Financial funds strictly on case merit. Best of all, our clients’ only repay the cash advance if, and when, they settle their case. We require nothing if our client loses, not even the advance.
If you have been injured in an auto accident by no fault of your own and have filed a lawsuit, you are eligible for funding. We offer a free case evaluation and typically have funding decisions within 48 hours or less. Contact us online or by phone to discuss how lawsuit funding can assist you with your ultimate settlement.