The tragic and unexpected death of a loved one is devastating to a family. The sudden loss is hard enough on a family without the added pressure of income loss, additional expenses, past due bills, plus an uncertain financial future, especially if the lost loved one was the sole breadwinner.
A lawsuit dating back to 2008 alleged that the negligence of a construction company led to the death of a 52-year-old employee. According to claim, the man was working at a demolition site when a concrete wall collapsed, crushing him to death. An autopsy revealed that he died from blunt chest and abdominal trauma due to being compressed under the concrete. He left behind a wife and two young children. After six years, the family finally obtained justice. Without the help of lawsuit funding, the wait would not have been possible. The wife of the deceased received over $40,000 in lawsuit cash advances over the life of the wrongful death lawsuit. Sensibly, she received many small advances, “as needed”, until the case resolved for several million dollars. The financial stability provided by the Lawsuit Financial enabled the family to wait for the justice they deserved.
Unfortunately, many lawsuit funding “success stories” are the result of devastating accidents. Lawsuit Financial is a leading provider of legal funding services throughout the U.S. We work with attorney-represented plaintiffs that have filed a lawsuit and seeking emergency cash against a pending claim. A lawsuit cash advance is not a loan; there are no credit checks, no income or employment requirements, no monthly payments and no up-front or out-of-pocket costs. The cash advance is only repaid when the case is won. Best of all, because we provide funding on a non-recourse basis, if the plaintiff loses the case there is no repayment. The most important condition in funding a lawsuit is the merit and strength of the case.
If you have suffered the wrongful death of a loved one as the result of someone else’s negligence, you should be fairly compensated. If you are considering lawsuit funding against future compensation from your suit, contact Lawsuit Financial. An application today could mean cash in hand tomorrow