A Michigan man suffered a serious injury when he was hit by a drunk driver while making a left turn onto a residential street. His wife, a passenger in his Ford Explorer, died at the scene. As a result of his injuries, the man was unable to work. He filed a personal injury wrongful death lawsuit, but his attorney did not expect the case to settle in less than a year. The bills were piling up, the bank threatened to foreclose on his home and he was several auto payments behind. The defendant’s insurance company offered a $50,000 settlement for his injuries and a $500,000 settlement for his wife’s wrongful death. The man considered accepting the offer to avoid foreclosure until his attorney suggested pre-settlement lawsuit funding. After reviewing his case, Lawsuit Financial provided the plaintiff with a series of lawsuit cash advances. The man was able to bring all past due accounts current and withstand the litigation process during his recovery. His case settled six months later for $1.2 million.
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Pre-settlement lawsuit funding is clearly worth consideration for any plaintiff struggling financially while waiting for a settlement or verdict in a pending personal injury lawsuit. The application process is free and there are no monthly payments. Additionally, funding is provided solely on case merit so there is no need for a credit check or employment verification. If approved, cash can be available for immediate use within 24-48 hours. Repayment is made only when the case settles. If the funded plaintiff loses the case, there is no obligation to repay the funding company.
Have you filed an auto accident lawsuit due to the negligence of someone else? Were you seriously injured and missing a substantial amount of time from work? Is your lawsuit taking longer to resolve than expected, but are running out of money? If you are faced with a situation like this, contact a legal funding expert to determine if you may benefit from pre-settlement lawsuit funding.
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