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Lawsuit Funding Solutions for TBI Victims of an Auto Accident

Thirty-two year old Carrie was a passenger in a serious auto accident that has left her with traumatic brain injuries and bound to a wheelchair. The accident occurred over a year ago when the driver of a Toyota Camry was speeding and ran a stop sign. Carrie still requires round-the-clock care, including help with even the simplest tasks such as getting out of bed or cutting her food. According to doctors, Carrie may need care 24/7 for the rest of her life. Her husband will struggle physically, emotionally, and financially trying to make ends meet and providing not only care for his wife, but also for their three-year-old daughter.

This two-vehicle auto accident serves as a reminder that all it takes is one small mistake – speeding, driver distractions, driving under the influence – to cause a serious or even fatal accident. Such accidents can be avoided if people made the right choices when getting behind the wheel.

Carrie’s family is seeking compensation for past and future medical expenses, loss of income, round-the-clock care, pain and suffering, loss of love and companionship, and other costs resulting from the accident.

If you were seriously injured while a passenger or lost a loved one in an auto accident due to the negligence of someone else, it is important to contact an experienced attorney for a case evaluation, and to determine your legal rights and options. Once a lawsuit is filed, if you are facing a financial burden that may result in settling your case for less than full and just compensation, you may want to consider lawsuit funding, a cash advance against a pending claim.

Attorneys need time to process and pursue the case, and a financially desperate plaintiff is not a positive influence on settlement negotiations. Lawsuit funding is the means to help pay the bills and remove the financial pressures of settling too soon.

Lawsuit Financial has provided financial assistance to injury victims and their families for over fourteen years. We assist our clients by providing a non-recourse cash advance against a pending lawsuit. Non-recourse means that if our client loses the case, the cash advance we provided is completely waived. Although funding can be used for anything the client wishes, it is meant to help with the critical expenses such as mortgage payments, car payments, medical bills, etc.

There is no reason to suffer anymore than you already have. Lawsuit Financial has a proven track record of providing funding within 24 – 48 hours after approving a lawsuit funding applicant. If you need emergency cash to withstand the legal process, but avoid debt and poor credit contact Lawsuit Financial today.