Litigation Funding Helps Families Make Ends Meet after the Loss of a Breadwinner

The loss of a loved one in an auto accident leaves an emotional hole in any family. In the midst of the grief, family members usually face significant financial consequences especially if the lost loved one was the breadwinner. A wrongful death lawsuit against a negligent driver may be strong, but it still takes months, if not years, to reach a fair settlement. How will a family survive in the meantime?

Here is one woman’s story:
“There is no worse feeling than to answer the doorbell and find to policemen standing on the other side. I knew instantly something was wrong because my husband is never home late from work without calling. On his way home from work, he was hit by a drunk driver. The impact sent my husband’s car into a utility pole. He died instantly. I barely remember the weeks that followed. With the support of a friend, I eventually consulted an attorney who agreed I had a strong case; a lawsuit was filed. Until the case was settled, I needed financial help. My attorney suggested litigation funding. Within two days, I was approved for a lawsuit cash advance and able to pay the mortgage, funeral expenses, and other household living expenses. I would never have been able to wait for a fair settlement without the help of caring team at Litigation Funding Corporation.”

Litigation funding is meant to assist with housing expenses, funeral costs, and other household living expenses. There is no credit check, we do not require employment verification, and there are no monthly payments. In fact, if approved and the case does not settle favorably, our funded client is not required to repay the cash advance.

It takes time to obtain justice from a wrongful death auto accident, but when the lawsuit drains your financial resources and put your family at risk, contact Litigation Funding Corporation. We can ensure that you have the financial resources you need when you need it most.

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