You have almost reached your destination when a driver slams into your vehicle head-on. Was he distracted or drunk? Did he fall asleep at the wheel? Was he traveling down a one-way street unaware that he was going the wrong way? In that instant, it doesn’t matter.
Jill was driving back to college when suddenly the driver of a Chevy Malibu came directly toward her. Jill swerved to avoid the wrong-way driver who swerved back at the last instant, causing the head-on collision. Jill died on impact. A passenger trapped inside was transported to a local hospital in serious condition, while the driver of the Malibu was treated for minor injuries. An investigation determined that alcohol was a factor in the accident.
Jill’s parents filed a wrongful death lawsuit, but even though the case seemed easy to prove, the insurance company was denying the claim and offering a less than favorable settlement offer. Facing mounting bills, the family asked their attorney to accept the low settlement offer. Their attorney felt he could favorably settle the case within three months and urged Jill’s parents to apply for litigation funding. Within 48 hours, they received a cash advance of $2,500 and the case settled two months later for $1.2 million.
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