Articles Tagged with Lawsuit Cash Advance

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For plaintiffs involved in a lawsuit, one of the biggest obstacles before, during and after a lawsuit is having enough money to pay the bills and expenses, especially for those unable to return to work. Medical bills, mortgage payments, auto payments, and other expenses can quickly add up, turning add up quickly, sending injured victims into a financial tail spin. However, there is a viable solution that many don’t know about.

Some call it a lawsuit loan. Others call it lawsuit funding, litigation funding, pre-settlement funding, or a lawsuit cash advance. Despite the term used, it is a means to giving plaintiffs access to cash while waiting for a lawsuit to settle.

If you are seriously injured in an auto accident, obtaining medical care is just one aspect of healing. Finding help dealing with the insurance claim is another. Serious injury accident claims are difficult to handle without the assistance of an experienced attorney who understands the process and can obtain the highest possible settlement.

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An auto accident can happen for a host of reasons, including speeding, reckless driving, texting, poor road conditions, inclement weather, and more. The results can have a devastating impact of both you and your family. In addition to the pain and suffering, you may wait months even years before receiving monetary compensation. In the meantime, you may be unable to work and have no means to pay the bills. Lawsuit Financial can provide quick and easy financial relief, often within 24 – 48 hours, with a lawsuit cash advance.

A jury awarded $250,000 to a woman who was seriously injured when a van struck her vehicle in downtown Philadelphia.

In March 2015, the plaintiff was traveling in the right lane when her vehicle was sideswiped by the driver of a van, who had been in the left lane and was  attempting to turn right at the corner.

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When placing a loved one in a health care facility to ensure their daily living needs are met, you expect a safe environment. Unfortunately, many facilities are understaffed or inadequately trained, which can result in negligence. If someone you love has suffered because of negligent care, you may be entitled to compensation.

A wrongful death lawsuit was filed last month against a West Virginia health care facility alleging reckless misconduct and wrongful death.

According to the complaint, a woman was admitted to the facility for rehabilitation and assistance with daily living. During her residency, she suffered multiple witnessed falls, complicated urinary tract infections with sepsis, and fecal impaction, which ultimately led to her death six months after arrival. The plaintiff alleges that the defendant:

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If your auto accident involves the potential liability of a government entity and/or a government employee, filing a lawsuit and seeking compensation will not be an easy task. Thanks to a legal concept known as sovereign immunity, government agencies and their employees are protected from many kinds of liability. This doesn’t mean seeking justice is impossible, but due to numerous technical procedures, it is best to consult with an experienced auto accident attorney. Once a lawsuit is filed, the challenge facing many plaintiffs is that the lawsuits could take months, even years to be resolved. For plaintiffs with immediate and long-term financial problems, lawsuit funding can help.

Three people have filed lawsuits against the West Virginia Department of Highways following an auto accident with one of its drivers.

According to the complaint, in January 2015, a couple and their passenger were seriously injured after a highway department employee negligently struck their vehicle. The suit alleges that the Highways Department carelessly entrusted its vehicle to a negligent driver. The plaintiffs seek a trial by jury and compensatory damages that will fully and adequately compensate the plaintiffs’ damages.

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Every year, thousands of people file personal injury or wrongful death lawsuits. One of the biggest hurdles however, is the waiting game. It is not unusual for the insurance company or profit-driven corporate defendant to drag the case out for years hoping to never make a payment or to pay far less than the plaintiff deserves. Even after a claim is settled, it could be months or years before a check is received. In the meantime, many plaintiffs have mounting bills and expenses with no way to make the payments. Rather than settling for less than full case value, a plaintiff can level the playing field with lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance that doesn’t require the applicant to have good credit or collateral; employment is not required either. The only eligibility requirements for a lawsuit cash advance is a strong case and attorney representation. The amount funded is based on the projected settlement.

The best part about lawsuit funding is that repayment is made only after the case settles. At that time, the plaintiff’s attorney will repay the advance from the proceeds of the settlement. If the case is lost, the repayment is completely waived. The funded plaintiff keeps the cash advance, no questions asked. This makes it a win-win situation for the plaintiff.

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Most auto accident claims are settled successfully without a lawsuit ever being filed. However, if attempts at resolution fail, a trial may provide the only possible resolution to your car accident claim.

A Scottsdale, Arizona family is still recuperating from injuries suffered in a crash on Mother’s Day 2016.

A couple and their two young children were on their way to church when their vehicle was rear-ended by a pick-up truck. The impact pushed the couple’s 2011 Hyundai Elantra through the intersection before it struck a concreter barrier, went airborne, then flipped and landed in an open lot. The pick-up continued to travel through the field into a grocery store parking lot, where it struck a couple of vehicles. A state police accident reconstruction team determined that the pick-up truck was traveling between 71 and 78 mph in a 35 mph zone when it struck the couple’s vehicle. The truck driver and all four family members suffered serious injury. One child was released from the hospital the day after the crash; his brother remained in the hospital for nearly a month. The woman had major back surgery that required insertion of pins and rods. Her husband, who was thrown from the car, needed pins and rods in his right arm.

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Pharmacy errors can happen when the wrong dose of a prescription is given, when the wrong medication is given and in other circumstances. When that duty of care is breached and the breach causes harm to the patient, a pharmacy and pharmacist can be held liable for damages.

A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against a pharmacy and pharmacist, alleging negligence in the dispensing of a medication.

The complaint was filed earlier this month alleging that the failure to provide the proper dosage of medication contributed to death. The plaintiff seeks judgment against the defendants in an amount greater than $50,000.

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When we place our loved ones in the care of a nursing home, we expect they will receive quality care. Unfortunately, nursing home negligence and abuse are all too common due in part to overworked nurses, under-trained staff, and/or a simple lack of interest by nursing home staff. A lawsuit may be the only way to seek justice and compensation for damages. It may also be a means to improve safety and quality of care.

An 84-year-old Virginia woman was admitted to a nursing home in September 2015, with varying degrees of cognitive impairment. She relied on nursing staff for medical services and to help her bathe, eat and dress. One day, her daughter received an anonymous phone call from a staff member at the facility, telling her about an incident and that she should check on her mother’s well-being. That call eventually led to a lawsuit against the nursing home, its administrator, the director of nursing, two nurses and the facility’s management company.

According to the claim, the resident was tied to a wheelchair with bed sheets and injected with a powerful narcotic drug in an effort to keep her quiet. The physical and chemical restraints forced on the elderly woman were reportedly kept in place overnight, according to the complaint.

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Every year, thousands of people receive that phone call we all dread—news that a loved one has been killed in an auto accident. The news is not only a sudden shock, but emotionally and physically debilitating. Even before the reality of it all wears off, many families will face unforeseen financial challenges as they are suddenly forced to deal with medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, and additional financial hurdles due to lost income.

While no one can ever put a value on a life, it is important for the family to understand their legal rights to pursue a wrongful death claim. An experienced attorney can help guide victims through their legal options to recover the maximum possible compensation.

The driver of a Chevy Impala was turning left into a parking lot when he was struck by another vehicle speeding at an estimated 100 mph. The crash sent the Impala spinning at least 75 feet into a Toyota Highlander. The Impala was so mangled that it was hardly recognizable; the Mercedes that hit it was crushed to at least three feet shorter than normal, according to reports.

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Driver fatigue and falling asleep behind the wheel are major causes of car crashes. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration there may be as many as 100,000 crashes from driver fatigue each year, with an estimated 1,550 deaths and 71,000 people injured.

A jury recently awarded a permanently disabled man $8.7 million resulting from an auto accident lawsuit caused by a severely fatigued driver who fell asleep at the wheel.

The accident occurred in January 2014 when a group of seven crew members were on their way home from a 22-hour, non-stop shift at a Texas mill. The driver of the vehicle was traveling 70 mph when he allegedly fell asleep at the wheel and rear-ended a school bus picking up children at a RV park. Three men in the van were killed; four others were injured. No one on the school bus was injured.