A 48-year-old man suffered chest trauma, a broken back and a fractured spine after a 21-year-old woman talking on her cell phone ran a red light at 45 miles per hour and hit his vehicle. The young woman admitted being distracted by her phone conversation and did not realize the light had turned red.
Unfortunately, auto accidents like this are not uncommon. Drivers and passengers who are injured in an accident caused by an inattentive driver may have legal options. Most notably, victims may have the right to bring a claim against the responsible driver for medical expenses, lost wages, and physical pain and suffering. Families who have lost a loved one resulting from a distracted driver may file a wrongful death lawsuit.
In many cases, the bills that accompany these kinds of accidents can put plaintiffs in a tough financial position. Without financial assistance, many will face foreclosure or bankruptcy. A legal funding company can put victims back in the driver’s seat with a lawsuit cash advance known as pre-settlement funding.
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Lawsuit Financial understands the importance of quickly meeting the financial needs of injured victims. Most often, the company can put cash in hand within 24 to 48 hours because there are no application fees, monthly payments, credit checks or employment verification. Unlike a bank loan, lawsuit funding is non-recourse, meaning that if the case is lost, there is no obligation to repay the cash advance.
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