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What to do When Your Lawsuit is Delayed, but the Bills Need to be Paid

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Have you filed an auto accident lawsuit due to the negligence of someone else? Have you missed a substantial amount of time from work due to injuries incurred? Is your lawsuit taking longer to resolve than expected? What if you can't get a quick trial date or a fair settlement offer, but are running out of money? If this happens to you, remember these two words: Lawsuit Funding. And read on.

These are serious questions to consider if you are the victim of an auto accident. While you are entitled to pursue damages for your injuries and/or loss, justice does not always come quickly. Developing financial problems could come quickly. Where can you turn for help during this difficult time?

Pre-settlement funding is the obvious answer to these very serious, life-altering questions. You can acquire a no-risk, legal cash advance against the anticipated recovery in your lawsuit, without risking your home, auto, or other valuable asset. One example to demonstrate this point is the case of an Indiana woman that applied for, and received lawsuit funding.

The woman suffered a serious closed head injury in an auto accident and was unable to work. She had missed several mortgage payments and the bank was threatening foreclosure. During this time, the insurance company contacted her attorney and offered $250,000 to settle the case. Her attorney thought the case was worth $1 million, and that he could achieve the $1 million, or close, within a year so he advised the woman to reject the offer. She wanted him to accept the offer, but before he would do so, the attorney contacted Lawsuit Financial.

After reviewing the necessary case materials, Lawsuit Financial approved an initial lawsuit cash advance of $15,000, a sufficient amount to bring her mortgage payments current and pay off other outstanding bills. The disabled woman was able to reject the $250,000 offer. During the litigation process, she applied for, and received a total of $30,000 in lawsuit funding. Nine months after the $250,000 offer, her case settled for $950,000. Lawsuit funding was a substantial reason why there was a $700,000 increase in final case settlement proceeds. After attorney fees, the woman received $400,000.

Here is her thank you letter:

Dear Mr. Bello,

I can’t thank you enough! Without your help and that of Lawsuit Financial, I would have been forced to accept an unfair settlement offer or lose my house. I am glad I listened to my attorney. He was right! You were the help I needed during a difficult time physically, emotionally, and financially. I would not hesitate to recommend you to anyone facing a similar situation.

Sandy Johnson

Disclaimer: This article is a paid advertisement prepared by Lawsuit Financial Corp. and does not constitute legal or financial advice from Online Legal Media or


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