When her husband was killed in an auto accident last November, Stephanie Nixon’s life dramatically changed. Her husband of 24 years, and father of her three children, died on his way to work when a tractor trailer crossed in front of his vehicle on I-75 in Detroit, Michigan.
“My life was turned upside down when my husband was killed. First, was the emotional devastation, but quickly I realized the financial implications as well. My husband was our sole breadwinner. I didn’t know what I was going to do to pay the funeral and burial expenses, let alone the monthly household bills and all the needs of our children. As I attempted to come to terms with our loss as just an accident and somehow I needed to move on, a friend suggested I contact a wrongful death attorney. I am glad I did because the investigation proved that the driver of the tractor trailer was texting at the time he hit my husband. Then, another blow came to my family. First, the insurance company denied my claim. Then, it was delayed for months. I needed money, but my parents were unable to help. My attorney suggested I apply for pre-settlement funding.”
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