Auto accidents caused by distracted drivers are among the most likely to result in serious or fatal injuries. Cellphone usage alone is responsible for thousands of car crashes and injuries in the United States every year.
Despite study after study showing the devastating consequences of distracted driving; despite many states implementing laws against cell phone use and texting while driving — many motorists are still doing it. Most people don‘t even give it a second thought; they are convinced that they will be unaffected by this behavior. Auto manufacturers will acknowledge the risks, but continue to develop more gadgets that lead to more distractions. When will it stop?
Contrary to the negative public perception of personal injury attorneys, many of those attorneys have placed themselves squarely on the front lines in the fight against distracted driving. They advocate for safer roads and they stand up for the rights of seriously injured victims, or family member who have lost loved ones because someone was driving while distracted.
From the moment another vehicle hits you, your life can change forever. Injuries can have an immediate, if not long-term impact physically, emotionally, and financially. The other party’s insurance company will likely try to settle your claim as quickly as possible. It is important to understand that they do not have your best interests in mind; they are only interested in protecting their bottom line, so you should not hesitate to discuss your case with an experienced attorney. But, fighting for a distracted driving victim’s rights can take time in order to obtain the best compensation. It’s then that the need for lawsuit funding becomes apparent–and necessary.
While your attorney builds a strong and successful case designed to obtain maximum compensation for you, Lawsuit Financial can help you remain financially stable. Lawsuit funding allows plaintiffs to pay immediate bills while their case progresses, rather than feeling forced to settle for pennies on the dollar. Plaintiffs find lawsuit funding appealing for a number of reasons. They do not need to be employed, there are no credit checks, and there are not upfront fees or monthly payments to be made. Best of all, lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis meaning the plaintiff repays the lawsuit cash advance upon settlement, but if the plaintiff loses, s/he is not required to repay the advanced funds.
Lawsuit Financial is a leader in the lawsuit funding industry and recognized by attorneys nationwide as a preferred choice for legal funding services. We offer a simple online application and work quickly to review your case so if approved, funds can be available in as little as 24 – 48 hours. Act today, for financial stability tomorrow!