Although many auto accident injuries are minor and settle quickly, a large number involve serious injuries. Even if liability appears clear and injuries obvious, many cases proceed to litigation and trial. In these circumstances, the plaintiff’s attorney must fully investigate the case – interview witnesses, gather documents, and hire accident experts. Many injury victims cannot financially withstand a lengthy legal process, especially if out of work; mounting debt may force plaintiffs to accept an early settlement. A valuable option is pre-settlement lawsuit funding.
As the driver of a Toyota Camry entered a busy Chicago intersection, the vehicle was hit broadside by a Ford SUV. The impact pushed the Camry into a parked car, where it came to rest. What caused the driver of the SUV to run the red light is still under investigation, but police do not believe alcohol or speeding played a role. The driver of the Camry suffered a herniated disc and broken leg.
The Camry driver may want to consult a personal injury attorney to understand her rights to compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. During the wait for case resolution, she might incur significant medical expenses for surgery, therapy, and treatment. If paying the bills is a financial challenge, this woman may also want to inquire about obtaining pre-settlement funding.
By applying for and receiving lawsuit funding, the injured victim is able to get back on her feet, financially, even though the case has not resolved and even if she is unable to return to work or has poor credit. Unlike a bank loan, a lawsuit cash advance is based on the strength of the lawsuit, not employment or credit history. Once the legal finance company receives an application and case documentation, if approved, the plaintiff can have cash in hand within 24-48 hours. Pre-settlement lawsuit funding is provided at no-risk to the plaintiff; there are no hidden fees or monthly payments and repayment is only required when the case settles. If the plaintiff happens to lose, the cash advance is completely waived.
If you or someone you love has been injured in an auto accident due to the negligence of another, you can pursue litigation and request compensation for your injuries. You may also pursue a lawsuit cash advance. To apply, simply complete our pre-settlement funding online application or call us at 1-877-377-7848.