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Asheville Bus Accident Victims Can Solve Their Financial Problems with a Lawsuit Cash Advance!

July 21, 2015

Many people involved in a bus accident lawsuit will face financial hardships due to a long and drawn out legal process, the inability to work and mounting bills such as medical or funeral expenses. Litigation Funding Corporation specializes in providing lawsuit cash advances to help plaintiffs during such difficult times.

The families of two students and a teacher’s aide killed in a December 2014 bus accident have filed wrongful death lawsuits against Knox County Schools, the drivers of both buses involved and the bus contractors. According to the investigation, the driver of Bus 44 made a sharp turn, crossed a concrete median and slammed into Bus 57, causing that bus to flip over. The deceased were all aboard Bus 57. It was later revealed that the driver of Bus 57 was texting at the time of the crash. Investigators also discovered that the driver had a fanny pack on the bus containing three prescription medications, including the painkillers morphine and oxycodone although drug test results showed he had no drugs in his system. He died June 1 of apparent “natural” causes. The lawsuits claim:

•The driver of Bus 44 was to blame in the crash because he was texting while operating the bus, was speeding and “failed to exercise due care in the operation of a motor vehicle.”
•The school system “knowingly and intentionally allowed the driver of Bus 44 to continue to transport students despite prior complaints of misconduct and distracted driving.
•The driver of Bus 57 was negligent because he was speeding and was not licensed by the state Department of Transportation to transport students on school buses.

At Litigation Funding Corporation, we understand such an unfortunate tragedy and the financial difficulty that these families may now being facing. Our dedicated staff is here to help. Litigation Funding Corporation offers litigation funding against pending claims.

A lawsuit cash advance not only helps pay the mortgage/rent, funeral expenses, utilities, groceries, and any other important bill or expense while waiting for a settlement to be reached, but it gives plaintiffs a strategic advantage by providing leverage against the insurance company to avoid accepting inadequate settlement offers. With no money down, no credit checks, and no employment verifications, we can approve a case for funding in as little as 24 hours of receiving all necessary case documents. Additionally, there are absolutely no payments made until the case settles. If approved for funding, but unsuccessful in winning a cash award, we completely waived repayment of the cash advance. That’s right – our clients pay nothing if their case is lost.

If you were injured or lost a loved one in a bus accident, it is important to contact an attorney who can help you determine the best course of legal action. If your situation results in a lawsuit, Litigation Funding Corporation may be able to ease your financial burden during your pending claim. Our bus accident litigation funding service is designed to provide rapid financial assistance when you need it most. In order to start the process, please complete our online application and an experienced funding agent will contact you shortly. If you prefer, call our toll-free number at 1-866-548-3863.

Doggie Distraction

June 9, 2014

Although not much has been devoted to distractions by man’s best friend, there are many risks associated with dogs and car travel. According to AAA, unrestrained pets cause more than 30,000 auto accidents annually. Two-thirds of dog owners surveyed said they routinely pet, play, and feed their dogs while driving, and 21% said they have held a pet in their lap while driving.

Even if your dog is the perfect puppy, accidents can, and do, happen. A dog may climb in your lap, sniff around your neck, or lick your face. Not only can such distractions take your attention from driving, they can lead a serious or deadly accident. An unrestrained dog can be easily thrown around the inside of the vehicle or out of the car.

You would not allow your child to move freely about the vehicle or sit in your lap, would you? What about your best friend? After all, dogs are “man’s best friend.” To ensure your safety and the safety of your pet, always keep your dog restrained with a car harness, crate, or barrier. A dog can get in the way of the steering wheel making it difficult to turn. Never allow your dog to ride in the front seat; even a 10-pound dog can be injured by an airbag or become a flying object if not securely retrained.

Someone injured in an auto accident caused by a driver distracted, may have able to seek compensation for negligence. Whether the cause of the distraction was a pet or something else, distracted driving is negligent driving. An experienced auto accident attorney can help the victim understand his/her rights. Once a lawsuit is filed, if the victim needs financial assistance until the case settles, litigation funding may be the answer.
Strategic lawsuit funding can help pay ongoing medical bills and other important expenses, while recovering physically and emotionally and waiting for a fair settlement. Such funding is intended to remove the financial pressure to resolve a serious personal injury lawsuit too soon, for too little due to pressing financial need. Litigation funding is provided on a non-recourse basis meaning the plaintiff repays the lawsuit cash advance upon settlement, but if the plaintiff loses, s/he is not required to repay the advanced funds.

We are a leader in the litigation funding industry and recognized by attorneys nationwide as a preferred choice for legal funding services. We are dedicated to securing lawsuit cash advances to plaintiffs based on case assessment only. With a streamlined process, our professional staff works to ensure that each request for funding is processed quickly and efficiently, with funding available in as little as 24 hours. It is really that simple, so don’t delay; call today!

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