Personal injury lawsuits resulting from an industrial accident are a way to seek compensation for pain, suffering, lost wages and medical bills; they are also a means to hold a business accountable for negligence. Serious injuries can mean a victim is temporarily or permanently unable to work, maybe disfigured for life. If the injured party has retained a personal injury attorney and filed a lawsuit, s/he may be wish to seek lawsuit funding to pay the bills while waiting for a fair settlement.
Three Tesla Motors employees suffered second-degree burns when a low-pressure aluminum casting press failed spilling hot metal on the workers. The most seriously injured worker received chest and upper-body burns. The accident happened at the company’s Fremont factory. An investigation is underway, but the Fremont Fire Department confirmed that there was no fire or explosion in the plant and considering the incident an industrial accident.
Most industrial accidents are dealt with under the auspices of workers’ compensation law. That’s the general rule of thumb, but there are exceptions. One of those is if the accident was due to a defective piece of equipment or negligence on the part of someone other than the employer. If that is the case in this accident, the victims may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit. If the injured have a cash flow issue that makes it difficult to pay the bills while waiting for a fair settlement, they may want to consider receiving lawsuit funding.
The application process is simple. If approved, the lawsuit cash advance can be used for whatever the funded client chooses, but typically is used to pay medical expenses, household bills, mortgage, or simply to put food on the table. Unlike a bank loan, there are no monthly payments or credit checks, and employment is not important. To take advantage of lawsuit funding, contact the professionals at Lawsuit Financial.