Lawsuit Funding – The Effect of Previous Lawsuit Loans

Lawsuit Funding Buyouts Show Flexibility Often, clients receive lawsuit funding and later need more money than their original lawsuit cash advance.  Lawsuit funding companies usually give more money to a plaintiff/client with a strong enough case to justify the additional risk.  But the determination is subjective.  That is, the lawsuit funding company can simply refuse…

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Funding Can Help Illinois Plaintiffs

A wrongful death lawsuit centering around the death of an iron worker who lost his life in a construction accident on the Northwestern University campus in Chicago, Illinois is moving ahead. 57-year-old iron worker, Michael Kerr, was perished on May 16, 2013. A construction crane knocked a 16-foot, 70 lb beam from the sixth story…

California Wrongful Death Lawsuit Funding Helps Plaintiffs with Cash Now

On September 27, 2012, 12-year-old Hailey Ratliff rode her bicycle home from Sinaloa Middle School in Novato California when she was struck and killed by a motorist. Ratliff’s family filed suit against both the driver and the City of Novato. The case continued until 2014, when it was recently settled for over $1 million. The…

Wrongful Death Settlement Funding in South Carolina Football Accident Can Ease Financial Burdens

Yvone and Ronald Rouse filed a wrongful death suit against several local and state agencies after the death of their son, Ronald. Ronald Rouse, an 18-year-old senior and football player at Hartsville High School, was playing in a home game against Crestwood High on Oct. 5, 2012 when he called a time-out and suddenly collapsed.…

Auto Accident Lawsuit Funding for Critically Injured Young Man

A young man was seriously injured in an auto accident in Argyle, New York which took place at the CR-49 and ST-40 intersection recently. A car driven by a 17 year old ran a stop sign and drove into the path of a Jeep Wrangler. The driver reacted quickly and narrowly missed a collision with…