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Disabled Woman Dragged to Death by School Bus — Father Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit

May 18, 2018

A Tucson school bus accident has led to a wrongful lawsuit against a local school district, the bus driver and the state of Arizona.

A 43-year-old disabled woman was riding a motorized wheelchair on a sidewalk when she was struck and killed by a school bus. The lawsuit alleges that the school district was negligent because the driver was not fit to drive, and the school district’s bus inspection and maintenance practices were faulty. Crash investigators noted the vehicle had “major defects.”

According to the lawsuit, a leaky exhaust system and no air conditioning caused heat and fumes to seep into the bus, ultimately causing the driver to pass out. The driver was allegedly being treated for a medical condition at the time that exacerbated his condition.

The last thing this grieving family needs to worry about is how to keep up with usual and extraordinary bills until a settlement or jury award. To help with a family’s financial wellbeing, the answer may be litigation or pre-settlement funding.

Litigation Funding Corporation is able to help plaintiffs by providing a non-recourse cash advance, also referred to as a “lawsuit loan.” A lawsuit cash advance allows the plaintiff to stay afloat financially. An applicant for pre-settlement funding just needs to have an experienced attorney and a solid case that is likely to win.

Apply online for litigation funding or make a phone call to Litigation Funding Corporation and find out if pre-settlement funding is going to work for you. A lawsuit loan may be just the mechanism needed to cope with bills and maintain your credit rating.

Two Dead in Arizona Motorcycle Crash

October 31, 2017

Scottsdale, Arizona has approved payment in a wrongful death lawsuit against the city that resulted in two people losing their lives in a motorcycle accident.

This wrongful death lawsuit was filed after two people were involved in a deadly motorcycle crash while participating in the Arizona Special Olympics Torch Ride on March 28, 2015. According to reports, a motorcyclist ran a red light before crashing into the side of another motorcycle turning left. Both motorcycle riders were thrown onto the street and neither was wearing a helmet.

The lawsuit alleged that the event promoters and the city were liable for not providing traffic control officers at the intersections along the parade route. The out-of-court requires the City of Scottsdale to pay one-third of the settlement with the remainder paid by the Harley-Davidson dealership and the Special Olympics insurance policies.

Wrongful death lawsuits are typically filed as the result of negligence by another party. These kinds of claims can take a number of years to make their way through the legal process, which leaves the survivors trying to shoulder the financial burdens until a settlement or court verdict is reached. In order to pay those crucial expenses, the perfect answer may be a “lawsuit loan.”

“Lawsuit loans” are available at Litigation Funding Corporation where each case is assessed based on its likely success. The main objective is to remove financial pressure to settle cheaply and too early.
The application process is simple. Once approved, the loan is advanced as quickly as possible by check or wire, typically within 24 – 48 hours. The best part of a lawsuit cash advance is that it is 100 percent risk-free. If the case is lost, our clients are under no obligation to repay the cash advance.

If you are in a pending personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit and need financial assistance, call Litigation Funding Corporation at 1-866-548-3863 to discuss your funding needs. We look forward to helping you obtain justice.

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