Automobile accidents are the number one personal injury in the U.S. When an auto accident occurs, determining fault and liability is rarely questioned in cases of reckless or intentional misconduct. Failing to stop at a stop sign, running a red light, rear-ending a stationary vehicle, erratic driving, and speeding often proves that a driver was negligent. However, when negligence is not clear-cut, these cases can take years before a settlement is reached. When this happens, the injured victim may not be able sustain himself financially. In times like this, pre-settlement funding may be an option.
Hiring an auto accident attorney who can help assess the facts of your accident, meet the statue of limitations for filing a claim, and negotiate with insurance companies to protect your rights should be the next step after seeking medical attention. If you are like most families living paycheck to paycheck, waiting for a fair settlement, may not be an option. The emotional strain of the accident, coupled with looming medical bills, lost income and permanent injury may be too difficult to overcome. Insurance companies know this and use deny, delay, and defend tactics in an attempt to force plaintiffs into less than adequate settlements.
Instead of settling for pennies on the dollar; consult the legal finance experts at Lawsuit Financial. We have helped thousands of clients achieve successful case resolution after an auto accident by providing a non-recourse advance against a pending settlement. This means if you lose your case for any reason, you don’t have to repay the cash advance. Although the money can be used anyway our clients would like, we recommend pay medical bills, mortgage, car payments, and basic living expenses. The only thing required for funding approval is the completion of a one-page application and a viable case. There are no monthly payments, credit checks, or employment verification. If approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours. Call us today for a free, no-obligation consultation or to apply.