Litigation Funding Keeps Justice from Slipping Away

Anyone who has been injured in a slip and fall accident because of the negligence of someone else has the right to seek compensation for damages incurred. In order for a plaintiff to have a legitimate case for a slip and fall lawsuit they must prove negligence. This is best achieved through an experienced personal injury attorney, but could take years before a settlement is reached. When the bills continuously pile up, one’s ability to wait for a fair settlement may not be an option without the help of litigation funding.

A woman alleges she was seriously injured when she slipped and fell at an Edwardsville, Illinois restaurant, due to a liquid substance on the floor near the server’s station. The suit alleges negligence for failing to keep patrons safe by allowing the substance to remain on the floor long enough for the woman to slip and fall. The plaintiff seeks more than $50,000 for medical expenses, pain and suffering.

While recovering from her injuries, this woman may be out of work and struggling to stay financial stable. With a lawsuit cash advance, she can pay the mortgage/rent, medical expenses, or any other outstanding bills. There are no restrictions on how the money is spent. Our quick and easy application process would allow her to receive the much needed money in as little as 24 hours. We require no payments until the case settles. If she loses, there is no obligation guarantee to pay us back.

Are you plaintiff in a slip and fall injury lawsuit with debt piling up as you wait on your case to settle? At Litigation Funding Corp., we believe you should not be forced to settle for less than you deserve when our legal funding services could be a valuable asset for you. If financial assistance is what you are searching for, contact Litigation Funding Corp. today or simply complete our fast and easy funding application.

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