A store that welcomes customers onto its property has a duty to keep them reasonably safe. An “unreasonable” condition that contributes to a fall can lead to an injury claim against the store.
Any number of conditions might create property owner liability if a slip and fall accident occurs – defective stairs or walkways, ice or snow covered walkways, improper lighting, fallen debris, items in pathway, wet floors without “wet floor” caution signs, falling merchandise. The possibilities are endless, but regardless of the cause of the slip and fall accident, the legal responsibility of the store will depend on whether it had, or should have reasonably had, notice of the unsafe condition and failed to take prompt action to fix the problem.
Retaining an attorney and filing a lawsuit is only the beginning. Compensation sought could be months, even years away and for a seriously injured or disabled person, one not working as a result of an accident, the financial impact can be devastating. The problem for plaintiffs is that it is sometimes difficult to prove who is at fault, so the litigation process can drag on far beyond a victim’s finances. When this happens, plaintiffs with a strong case can seek litigation funding to pay living expenses while awaiting the outcome of their case.
Litigation funding is not a loan, but rather an advance against the future proceeds of lawsuits. Unlike a bank loan, you only repay our cash advance if, and when, you win your lawsuit. Additionally,
• You make no monthly payments on the pre-settlement advance.
• Your personal credit situation is not a factor nor will it be affected in any manner. Good credit or bad, it doesn’t matter.
• You can receive cash in as little as 24 hours.
Litigation Funding Corporation has helped hundreds of victims over the years level the playing field against large insurance companies. We may be able to help you, too. Have you been injured in a slip and fall accident, retained an attorney, and struggling to make ends meet? Before becoming discouraged about your financial situation, contact Litigation Funding Corporation for a FREE no obligation evaluation to see how much money you may be eligible to receive. Remember, if you lose your case, you owe NOTHING!