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Jury Awards Plaintiff Over $2 Million From Auto Accident

A jury recently awarded a woman $2.3 million as compensation for injuries sustained from a three-vehicle auto accident.

The woman was waiting at a traffic light when the defendant, in this case, failed to stop and rear-ended another vehicle. That vehicle slammed into the woman’s car. As a result, she sustained a concussion and injuries to her neck, back, and shoulder. The woman was required to undergo multiple pain management procedures, as well as two neck surgeries and spinal infusion surgery.

It took four years to obtain justice in a lawsuit that resulted from a preventable auto accident. The woman’s medical bills were quite extensive and added to ordinary household expenses, may have been difficult to pay.

At Litigation Funding Corporation, we believe that no one should have to struggle financially in the interim period between an injury and settlement. We help plaintiffs under financial duress with a no-risk lawsuit cash advance, known as litigation funding.

Our four-step process is simple and designed to put cash in your hands within 24 – 48 hours. There are no upfront fees, no credit checks, no employment verifications, and no monthly payments. Funding is based solely on the strength of the case, with repayment once the case successfully settles. If the case is lost, the repayment is completely waived.

If you’re experiencing court delays, stalling tactics from an insurance company, and mounting bills give us a call or complete our one-page application online. Once we receive your application and supporting case documentation from your attorney, Litigation Funding Corporation can determine if the case has merit for a lawsuit cash advance. If approved, the funds can be available within 1-2 days of signing a contract. The money can be used right away for whatever the plaintiff wishes although it is recommended to pay living expenses like mortgage, rent, utilities, car payments, food, or to assist with outstanding medical bills.

So, before you consider accepting a low offer from the insurance company, you owe it to yourself to contact the lawsuit funding experts. The call is free; the advice is priceless.

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