In the early morning on November 16, the driver of a Mazda 3 lost control and struck a parked SUV. According to police, “the force of impact pushed the on to the sidewalk. The driver and one passenger were treated for injuries; another passenger remains in critical condition. Fortunately, there was no one walking on the sidewalk at that hour. The accident is remains under investigation, although it appears the driver of the Mazda was driving while under the influence of alcohol.
If someone is injured or killed as a result of a driver under the influence, the injured party or a loved one may be able to file a lawsuit against the negligent driver. An experienced auto accident attorney can help determine a victim’s rights and seek compensation for damages incurred. Compensation may include medical expenses, lost income, and non-economic damages such as pain and suffering.
It can take months and sometimes years to get a personal injury case resolved. In the meantime, victims may face financial burdens. The team at Lawsuit Financial knows how difficult this can be, how frustrating it is to negotiate with an insurance company that will attempt to convince you to settle for less than case value, and the temptation of that low settlement when you are strapped for cash. Lawsuit funding may be just the answer.
When you are injured due to someone else’s’ negligence and unable to work yet the bills keep coming, consider lawsuit funding. Lawsuit funding is not a loan, but rather a non-recourse cash advance meaning if you lose your case, you owe us nothing! Unlike a traditional loan, there are no monthly payments and we do not require a credit check or employment verification. If approved, funds can be wired into your account within 24 – 48 hours.
Don’t let the insurance company force you to take a small settlement. Call Lawsuit Financial to learn how we may be able to help secure the money you need to pay bills while waiting for fair compensation.