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Disabled Auto Accident Victim Avoids Foreclosure with Pre-Settlement Lawsuit …

When someone is seriously injured in an auto accident, extensive medical care, physical therapy and rehabilitation, and medical equipment or assistant care may be required long after the incident has occurred. Catastrophic injuries can lead to permanent disability. Waiting for an auto accident lawsuit to settle can take a long time, putting a significant financial strain on the victim and family members. For those in this situation, pre-settlement funding can be a lifeline.

A recent case funded by Lawsuit Financial explains pre-settlement funding and how it works. Shirley and her husband had everything going for them. They had just completed college, gotten married, landed jobs and bought their first home. On her way to work one morning, Shirley was broadsided by the driver of an SUV who ran a red light. Shirley is now permanently disabled. The couple needed both incomes to afford their home and now face significant medical expenses. Although Shirley and her husband filed a personal injury lawsuit, their attorney anticipates that the case might not settle for at least six months, if not longer. To avoid losing their new home, the couple applied for a lawsuit cash advance. Within a day of receiving their application, Lawsuit Financial wired $4,000 into their bank account. With our assistance, Shirley and her husband were able to avoid foreclosure.

If you are waiting for a personal injury settlement without enough income to pay the bills, a pre-settlement cash advance may be able to help protect your valuable assets. Funding is provided solely on case merit. There are no upfront fees, no monthly payments and no risk; our clients pay when their case is won. In the unfortunate event that you lose the case, you are not obliged to repay the cash advance.

The process begins with a one-page funding application. After contacting your attorney for case documentation, our underwriters will review your case. If approved, a contract is prepared and signed. Funds can be available within 24-48 hours. The process is really that simple.

Disclaimer: This article is a paid advertisement prepared by Lawsuit Financial Corp. and does not constitute legal or financial advice from Online Legal Media or LawyersandSettlements

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