Texting while driving is dangerous; it may lead to a serious accident, life threatening injuries, or even death. If you or someone you love is a victim of a negligent texting while driving wrongdoer you may have legal recourse. You should retain an attorney to seek fair compensation for your claim. Once legal counsel has been retained and litigation is being pursued you may find yourself in need of financial assistance, and that is the time to consider lawsuit funding.
The litigation process can be painful physically, emotionally, and financially. Unfortunately, it often takes months, even years, to resolve an automobile accident case. The victim is often unable to work; the bills pile up. Disability is lengthy. If you are struggling financially, due to lost wages, a disability or impairment, and mounting medical bills, you might be tempted to settle too early for too little. What can you do to avoid resolving your valuable case for pennies on the dollar? All you need is a little short-term help to wait out the litigation process and negotiate a fair resolution, right?
Litigation funding from an experienced service provider is one way to prevent an early and inadequate case resolution. An experienced legal finance company can put cash in your hands within 24 to 48 hours which, in turn, allows you to focus on getting better and on obtaining a fair result in your pending litigation. With lawsuit funding there are no application fees, monthly payments, credit checks or employment verifications. The application process should be quick and easy; typically one page. Unlike a bank loan, lawsuit funding is non-recourse; this, means that if you lose your case, you are not obligated to repay the cash advance.
One last thought - if you think it can’t happen to you, think again; and, you may be the perpetrator or the victim. It only takes one text to change several lives, forever. Ask Chance, a victim of his own negligence, who sent this text moments before his truck plunged off a bridge and landed in a ravine:
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Chance sustained a fractured skull and traumatic brain injuries, broke his neck, and suffered a crushed face. Doctors told his father that he would not make it. He spent six months in intensive care, and had to learn to talk and walk again. Here is Chance’s message to all of you: “Don’t do it. It’s not worth losing your life.” Chance is grateful for his second chance, but you might not be so lucky.
Obviously, the best advice is to not text and drive, but if you find yourself the victim of someone else’s negligence, retain experienced counsel. And, while you pursue litigation and justice in the case, if you find yourself struggling to make ends meets, remember that lawsuit funding is available to accident victims in need.