A Blessing Instead of a Burden

Many families need wrongful death litigation funding to help with the financial burden of medical expenses, lost wages and funeral expenses.

After a tire blew, the driver over-corrected causing his SUV to flip several times before landing on its hood. One passenger, who was not wearing a seat belt, was killed. The driver and three other passengers were not injured. The cause of the accident is still under investigation.

In the aftermath of this fatal accident, family members may be too consumed by anger, grief, and confusion to think about the possible legal ramifications in the loss of their loved one. But, it is important that the family consults an experienced auto accident attorney to understand their rights. If it is determined that the driver or auto manufacturer were negligent, the family may be able to recover financial compensation for their losses.

During a long legal process the costs associated with such an accident may exceed the amount of money available to the family to pay funeral and burial expenses and other bills. While their attorney fights for fair compensation, the families should not face a financial burden. Obtaining litigation funding could be a blessing.

Litigation funding can not only help with immediate expenses, but can mean a better settlement value since it allows time to fight for justice- insurance companies make low offers because they know most people can’t wait.

Don’t wait until you can’t pay your bills; a litigation funding may be the important tool you are looking for to support your family as you wait for compensation. The application is free and since litigation funding is based on the merits of your case, employment history and collateral are irrelevant. Funds can typically be wired directly into your bank account in as little at 24 hours from funding approval. To speak with one of our representatives who can best help you understand your options call 248.702.6022.

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