Car Accident Lawsuit Funding
Automobile Accidents: Lawsuit loans for all types of car wrecks and fatal car accidents nationwide.
Pre Settlement Funding: A Good Solution For Auto Accident Lawsuits
With more than 12 million car wrecks reported each year, that means there is a car collision happening somewhere in the United States every 3 seconds.
If you are unfortunate enough to count yourself among those statistics, and if you were seriously injured and are now reading this, there is a good chance that you are out of work and are currently involved in a personal injury lawsuit. There is also a good chance that you could probably use some extra cash to get caught up on bills until your settlement is finalized.
If so, a pre settlement loan could help so give us a call at 1-877-932-2628.
Lawsuit Funding Eligibility For victims in car accidents
First of all, you need to have been seriously injured and have already retained a contingent fee attorney. Both of these are non-negotiable.
Of course, the term “seriously injured” is a phrase that is subject to an exceptionally broad spectrum of interpretation when it comes to auto accidents so as a general rule, you will need to have a minimum of at least one of the following:
Broken bone(s), surgery, brain injury (beyond a concussion), spinal injury (beyond whiplash), torn something (muscles, ligaments, meniscus, ACL, rotator cuff, etc.) or been diagnosed with at least one bulging or herniated disc. Cuts, scrapes, injections or chiropractic care by itself is not sufficient. If you’re not sure, it’s best to just call us.
Also you must not be at fault and there must be strong liability against an insured defendant. We offer legal loans on all types of car accidents such as regular traffic accidents, distracted driving, texting and driving, car vs pedestrian, car vs car, car vs truck, car vs train; well, you get the idea. We also offer lawsuit advance funding on drunk driving accidents, texting and driving accidents, motorcycle accidents, wrongful death lawsuit, workers comp, etc.
When are car accident cases not eligible for a lawsuit loan?
While car owners have a responsibility to operate their vehicles safely and not endanger other people, people also have a duty to be careful and use good judgment.
A situation that will disqualify a case for lawsuit funding is a legal concept called contributory negligence. It’s the idea that the plaintiff’s negligence or (in some cases) just plain stupidity caused or contributed to their injuries.
Plaintiffs issued a citation for excessive speed, illegal turns or lane changes, reckless driving, cell phone use or texting and driving, J-walking and any level of drug or alcohol intoxication, etc., are common examples and are ineligible for lawsuit loans.
If you’ve been involved in a serious car wreck and need money now, you can complete our online application or if you still have questions, simply give us a call and we’ll be happy to answer your questions or take your application right over the phone.