I was rear-ended by a drunk driver on my way home from work. The impact sent me into oncoming traffic. After sideswiping another vehicle, my car careened down an embankment, hit a tree and flipped. I suffered several broken bones and spinal cord injuries that left me permanently paralyzed. I was unable to return to work and my wife was only working part-time. The bills were more than we could handle; we were going to lose our home. With few options, I was ready to accept an early settlement from the insurance company, but my attorney advised against it. Instead, he suggested pre-settlement funding.
This was a new concept to me and I am not a risk-taker, so I did a little research before calling several legal funding companies. Lawsuit Financial was the most knowledgeable and took time to answer all my questions. They were the only company that suggested I only take the money I absolutely needed to pay the necessities, and an additional cash advance could be provided if necessary, which it was.
For those like me who had no idea what pre-settlement funding was, let me first say that it is not like a bank loan. I tried to apply for a bank loan and was denied because we had such limited income. With pre-settlement funding, there are no application fees or monthly payments like with a bank, and best of all, the funding is provided risk-free. Had I lost my case, I would have owed them nothing!
I was ready to settle my case for $350,000, but thanks to the help of Lawsuit Financial, I was able to wait the additional six months, settling my case for $1.7 million without jeopardizing my credit. Thanks Lawsuit Financial!
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