There are many contributing factors in many auto-pedestrian accidents, with driver inattention being the most common cause.
A woman is recovering after being hit by a car in Kenosha, Wisconsin. According to police, the woman was walking in the roadway outside of the crosswalk when a driver spilled coffee on himself and collided with her. The woman was taken to a local hospital with a head injury but is expected to be fine. The driver was issued a citation for inattentive driving. The crash is still under investigation.
Insurance companies will sometimes try to reach a quick settlement and limit recovery to the lowest possible amount. As the investigation continues, the injured victim should consult an experienced personal injury attorney to understand her legal rights before considering any settlement offer.
Sometimes, despite the fact that your case is worth more than the insurance company is offering, and your attorney is recommending against taking the offer, you simply need the money. Until your attorney is able to recover a favorable settlement, lawsuit funding can help cover outstanding bills and expenses. Additionally, lawsuit funding helps prevent damage to a plaintiff’s credit score.
At Lawsuit Financial, to be eligible for funding, a plaintiff only needs a strong case and attorney representation. There are no credit checks; credit history does not matter and there is no need to prove employment. We only consider the details of the case when making a funding decision. Once a case is approved (typically within 24 – 48 hours), we will wire transfer or overnight mail the funds. Best of all, lawsuit funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, which means only upon case resolution is the cash advance repaid. If the case is not successful, repayment is completely waived.
If you are a plaintiff dealing with serious injuries and facing depletion of financial resources, contact Lawsuit Financial. We want you to focus on your lawsuit and obtain full compensation for your injuries, no matter how long it takes.