Restaurant Accident Lawsuit Loans Offer Plaintiffs Financial Support
Restaurant accident lawsuit loans are financial transactions where money is advanced to plaintiffs prior to settlement. Injured plaintiffs use restaurant accident lawsuit loans to pay living expenses while they wait for their cases to settle.
Restaurant Visitation and Accidents on the Rise
Restaurants are an essential part of everyday life in the United States. While some restaurants are local establishments, others are franchise chains whose names are a part of the fabric of American life. McDonald’s, McDowell’s, Burger King, Wendy’s, Pizza Hut, etc. are all part of the industry and serve billions throughout the world. Yet fast food franchises are not the only large restaurants in the game. Olive Garden, Applebee’s, BW3’s, Texas Roadhouse and others are also in the mix.
With millions of customers served annually, there is no shortage of visitors who slip, trip or otherwise fall due to the negligence of the establishment. Negligence is when the restaurant owner breaches their duty of care to their business invitees either by their actions or inaction. This lends to liability if the broken duty of care results in injury or otherwise damages the patron.
Examples of restaurant accidents are plentiful and might include:
- slip and falls on liquid
- trip and falls on static or movable obstructions
- falling objects
- food poisoning
- and others…
Those injured due to restaurant negligence can suffer severe and permanent injuries. These injuries can be life changing – leaving victims in search of compensation.
Restaurant Accident Lawsuits
Thankfully, injured victims of restaurant accidents can file lawsuits against property owners and businesses seeking compensation for their injuries. Typical personal injury damages for restaurant accident lawsuits might include:
- Medical expenses
- Property damage
- Lost income
- Future lost income
- Future medical expenses
- Pain and suffering
In all other personal injury lawsuits, the plaintiff must prove negligence on the defendant’s part. This can take significant time as injured plaintiffs must heal; attorneys must investigate and put together a case; and defense attorneys must defend.
While all this is going on, injured plaintiffs may find themselves in financial trouble, especially if they are not able to work due to injury. This situation does force some plaintiffs into accepting less than fair compensation for their troubles. A restaurant accident lawsuit loan is one solution.
What is a Restaurant Accident Lawsuit Loan?
A lawsuit loan is a cash advance on the future settlement of a lawsuit. The advance is “collateralized” by the anticipated recovery. In exchange the plaintiff pledges a portion of the case once it settles.
Although referred to as a “lawsuit loan”, lawsuit funding transactions are not really “loans” in the traditional sense of the word. This is because repayment is contingent upon the success of the lawsuit. That means that if the case is not successful, the advance is not repaid. Also, the lawsuit MUST be the source of repayment. The lawsuit lending company has “no-recourse” against the plaintiff personally.
If you suffer from injury as a result of a restaurant’s negligence, Fair Rate Funding can help. We specialize in premises liability lawsuit loans to plaintiffs injured in restaurants and other establishments.
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How Do Restaurant Accident Loans Help?
One of the advantages of restaurant accident lawsuit loans is that they alleviate the pressure to accept less than you deserve simply because you don’t have the money to get by while you wait for the case to move through the legal system.
Lawsuit funding can help you wait it out and secure a better settlement. Getting funding for your case allows you to deal with the delays. This lets your attorneys work and get just compensation.
How Do I Qualify?
If you are a plaintiff in a restaurant accident lawsuit and have an attorney representing you, you are eligible to apply for a restaurant accident lawsuit loan from Fair Rate Funding free of charge.
Most of our applicants qualify for a lawsuit loan if:
- They have a valid claim.
- They are 18 years old or older.
- They have an attorney representing them.
- The attorney is hired on a contingency fee basis.
How Can I Use an Accident Lawsuit Loan?
Litigants use lawsuit loans for a variety of expenses. Some might use the funding for living expenses. Others to pay for legal costs such as expert testimony and/or filing fees. Others use lawsuit funding to get much needed medical treatment such as surgery.
Getting Started with a Restaurant Accident Loan
To get started, complete the application form or click the “Apply Now” at bottom of this page, and an experienced agent will call you shortly. Or feel free to contact us directly at 888-964-2224 and we will begin working on your case immediately.
We understand that you have a choice in lawsuit funding companies and want to earn your business. If you need money prior to settlement, give us a call. We specialize in fast, low-cost lawsuit loans for restaurant accident injury plaintiffs.