Articles Tagged with “Lawsuit Loan”

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Prescription drug use (and abuse) is a rising factor in auto accidents across the United States. Drowsiness, slowed reaction time, and disorientation are just a few side effects of prescription medications that can affect a person’s driving abilities.

A man driving the wrong way crashed head-on with a vehicle that carried a mother and two children. Police said the car’s computer showed the man was driving at up to 70 mph at the time. The woman sustained foot, leg and neck fractures, according to reports. Her three-year-old daughter suffered a broken collar bone, while her two-year-old son suffered cardiac arrest and permanent brain damage. The negligent driver was also hospitalized with serious injuries.

Tests revealed that the man benzodiazepine, a prescription drug that can induce sleep and hypnotic states, in his system at the time of the crash. He did not have a prescription for the drug. He was charged with aggravated DUI causing great bodily harm.

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Louisiana State Police identified an Alexandria man as the deceased victim in a fiery I-10 crash.

The crash occurred as congestion slowed traffic around 5:30 pm. According to police, the driver of a Freightliner 18-wheeler failed to reduce speed as he approached the slower traffic. He struck the rear of a 2006 GMC Sierra, sending the Sierra off the side of the road. The semi continued forward, striking the rear of a 2004 Chevy Impala and pushing it into the back of another 18-wheeler. The momentum from the impact caused the second 18-wheeler to strike a 2004 Ford F-250.

The Impala was crushed between the two semis and a fire fully engulfed all three vehicles. The fire burned for about an hour and closed both sides of I-10; the Impala was unrecognizable when it was pulled from the wreckage. Its 26-year-old driver was pronounced dead at the scene; six other people in the chain-reaction crash sustained minor to moderate injuries.

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Did you know that once a lawsuit is filed, lawsuit funding is available for those injured in an intersection auto accident?

Two people were hurt, one critically, in a three-vehicle crash on Route 1 in North Brunswick, New Jersey.

A preliminary investigation shows that a box truck allegedly failed to stop at the intersection, striking a Toyota Corolla with great force, pushing it into an Acura in front of it, police said. The drivers of the passenger vehicles were transported to an area hospital. One driver suffered non-serious injuries, while the other sustained critical injuries, according to reports. The driver of the truck was not injured. There were no passengers in any of the vehicles involved in the accident. The crash remains under investigation.

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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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Are you in a personal injury lawsuit and feeling pressure to settle prematurely simply to pay the bills? Most people do not know this, but plaintiffs in a pending lawsuit, represented by an attorney, and in need of fast cash before their case settles, are eligible for lawsuit funding.

Insurance companies and big businesses have all the time and money to apply delay tactics to force plaintiffs into settling for less that justice demands. For this reason, Lawsuit Financial was created.

Lawsuit Financial is an alternative source of funding for plaintiffs who typically will not qualify for a traditional bank loan. While often referred to as a “lawsuit loan,” lawsuit funding is not really a loan. It is a non-recourse cash advance that provides plaintiffs with fast cash to meet current bills and expenses rather than being forced into an unfair settlement. There is no risk to the plaintiff because unlike a bank loan there are no monthly payments and the cash advance is only repaid if the plaintiff wins the case and reaches a settlement. If the plaintiff loses, repayment is not required.

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Thousands of people are injured or killed because someone ran a red light. In fact, it is the leading cause of urban accidents.

A woman died in a southwest Omaha car crash last week after the driver of a Nissan Maxima ran a red light and was struck by a Silverado. The deceased woman was a passenger in the Nissan. The negligent driver suffered a head injury, broken leg, broken ribs, fractured pelvis and other injuries; she is expected to recover. Neither the driver nor the passenger was wearing a seat belt. The driver of the Silverado refused medical attention; he was wearing a seatbelt.

The negligent driver can, and should be, held accountable. An experienced auto accident attorney can help protect your rights and present an effective case. Without a strong advocate, you may not receive the compensation you deserve.

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The aftermath of an accident can be difficult and confusing. The physical injuries, emotional distress, and lost wages can have a significant impact. Some victims may be seriously injured and left unable to work. In the case of a wrongful death, if the person killed was the family’s primary breadwinner, families may find themselves faced with months, even years of financial difficulty. The last thing victims and their families are most likely thinking about is gathering evidence and ensuring that a thorough investigation is conducted. But, these are key steps in seeking any legal claim; an auto accident attorney can help.

While you focus on healing from your injuries and restoring your quality of life, an experienced attorney can fight for justice and fair compensation that you deserve. Unfortunately, this often takes months, if not years because insurance companies are notorious for denying, delaying, and defending claims. In the meantime, you may find yourself going further into debt, unable to pay household bills, medical costs and other expenses. With auto accident lawsuit funding, you can get the cash you need now, usually within 24 – 48 hours.

The only requirements to obtain a lawsuit cash advance is a strong case and attorney representation. Once we receive a funding application, your attorney will provide necessary case documentation to so we can make a funding decision. Credit checks and employment status are not necessary, and there are no upfront fees or collateral required. Repayment is simply made once the case successfully settles.

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Auto accidents happen far too often. Unfortunately, no matter how carefully we may drive, there is no accounting for the “other guy” on the road.

A 23-year-old woman was killed after being thrown from a vehicle during a crash on I-70 in O’Fallon, Missouri. She was one of four people in a Nissan Cube that was rear-ended by another vehicle. The driver of the Cube and two other passengers were treated at an area hospital, one of which was also thrown from the vehicle. After the crash, the other driver fled the scene in  another vehicle. He was later arrested and charged with leaving the scene of an accident.

While the investigation is ongoing, the victim’s family should contact an experienced auto accident attorney to understand their rights and to learn what legal remedies are available. After consulting with an attorney, if they file a lawsuit, it will take months, even years, before a decision is reached. In the meantime, life must go on; they must also find a way to pay their usual bills, as well as accident related expenses, such as funeral and burial expenses. To help with any immediate financial needs, the family may want to consider litigation funding.