This automobile accident caused serious injuries to a mother and her daughter. While the injuries they sustained were non-life threatening, they were very serious.
Evidently a minivan, semi-truck, SUV and a sedan were all involved in a four car pile-up on I-95 in Virginia. The minivan was rear-ended by a big rig. The van slammed into the SUV which subsequently rear-ended a sedan. At the time, traffic on I-95 was bumper to bumper.
EMS crews took the injured people to hospital. The minivan driver sustained a broken neck, back and nose. Her daughter sustained facial laceration and a neck injury. The big rig driver was charged with reckless driving.
Clearly the big rig driver was negligent; mother minivan driver and her daughter may well wish to consult with a personal injury attorney to file a lawsuit to recover compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, lost income for the future, etc. The lawyer will outline what they are able to claim when they speak to him or her.
Since the mother may need a long period of recovery from a broken back, provided it did not also involve spinal cord injuries, she may need lawsuit financial assistance to be able to pay her enormous medical expenses and day-to-day living expenses. If she needs permanent life time care, she will need money to be able to live her life and deal with the costs of therapy, medications, home renovations and perhaps a wheelchair. Only time will tell what her prognosis will be.
In speaking to a lawyer, this unfortunate woman may wish to ask about the possibility of legal finance for her case. Litigation funding would allow her to take care of all of her bills immediately while waiting for her attorney to obtain justice in the court room or the conference room. All that is necessary to access a lawsuit cash advance is to call a lawsuit funding company or apply on line.
The process is easy, quick, has no up-front fees and no monthly payments. If this case is eligible for a lawsuit cash advance, a check or wire would arrive within 24-48 hours. Removing financial pressure to settle a valuable case too early for too little compensation may be a smart tactical move.