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Lawsuit Funding Helps Auto Accident Victims Avoid Early Settlement

It only takes an instant to change a life, possibly forever.

When a tractor trailer side-swiped a Ford Fusion the driver of the Fusion suffered serious neck and back injuries. He as already undergone two back surgeries to repair the damage and reduce the pain, but doctors say future surgeries are inevitable. He was the sole breadwinner for his family and has been unable to work since the accident.

The driver filed a personal injury lawsuit seeking compensation for medical expenses, loss of income, loss of companionship, and pain and suffering. A jury awarded the plaintiff $7 million.
Serious injuries from an auto accident do not only affect the victim, but those around him – his spouse and children in particular. More often than not, things will never be the same. This innocent victim may be disabled for life; he may never be able to do the things that came so easily before the accident or experience the same love and compassion for his wife.

During this difficult time, worrying about money is the last thing any victim needs. With lawsuit funding, you can get much-needed funds to cover important expenses while your lawsuit is still pending settlement. The money can be used at the client’s discretion and need not be repaid if the case is unsuccessful.

The advantage of lawsuit funding:
• Avoid settling too soon for too little
• Eligibility is not based on employment or good credit
• Approval is based solely on the merits of the case.
• The money is only repaid when the case settles favorably for the plaintiff.

If you could benefit from lawsuit funding while waiting for your case to settle, contact the experts at Lawsuit Financial for a free, no obligation consultation to decide if our services can help your family. Once an application is filed, we will evaluate your case. If approved, wired funds into your account within 24 – 48 hours. You can then use this money however you see fit although it is recommended to be used for paying overdue bills and other ongoing household expenses.