An unfortunate accident took the life of a woman and her recent high school graduate as they were driving home after a day of college dorm shopping. The driver of a GM Yukon crossed the center lane and slammed head-on into the woman’s Honda Accord. According to witnesses, the Yukon driver was speeding and weaving in and out of traffic when the accident occurred. He was charged with causing an accident involving death, while driving with a suspended or revoked license. Although the accident is still under investigation, police believe alcohol played a role.
The husband, and father, of the deceased victims filed a wrongful death lawsuit. Despite the case appearing “cut-and-dried,” it could be a long and complicated litigation process. The time between filing the lawsuit and reaching a settlement may be financially stressful. Pre-settlement lawsuit funding may clearly be a valuable service to consider.
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If you have lost a loved one in an auto accident due to the negligence of someone else, you should seek legal representation to understand your rights. Once the lawsuit has been filed, if you need financial assistance, consider pre-settlement lawsuit funding.
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