We encourage our new clients to utilize our company website so that they can gather all they need to make an educated decision about their accident funding.
(PRWEB) January 27, 2015
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration over 40 percent (2.5 million) of automotive accidents are rear end collisions. The number of these occurrences are always on the rise especially in high volume states such as New Jersey due to cell phone use and other distractions. Although most rear end collisions happen at less than 20 miles per hour, many people still suffer injuries to the neck, spine, and back. It is common knowledge that in most states, the person who collides into the rear end of a vehicle is responsible for the medical and vehicle damages, but that does not necessarily mean that they are compensated in a reasonable amount of time. http://accidentlawsuitfunding.com/car-automobile-accidents
Chris Janish, CEO of Accident Lawsuit Funding, commented on their recent push to get Pre-Approvals and 1 hour accident pre-settlement cash advance for lawsuits involving rear-end collisions, "We are seeing a sharp rise in clients who are in need of car and truck accident pre-settlement funding. Rear end collisions are the most common automotive accident in our country, and although it may seem like these are open and shut cases, we are finding that more and more of our clients do not always get compensated in a reasonable amount of time. Our staff is prepared for the heavy influx of requests and are prepared to get pre-settlement approvals for car and truck accident funding within 1 hour so that they can alleviate the financial pressure of lingering medical bills and living expenses while their cases are being settled." Accident Lawsuit Funding noted that their new company website will be an extremely useful resource for online users who are seeking lawsuit settlement funding.
Online users can easily learn about the lawsuit cash advance process, where the cash advances are on a non-recourse basis. This means that the plaintiff only has to repay the advance if the case is successful and shouldn't be viewed as a lawsuit/settlement loan. Accident Lawsuit Funding also added that they do not buy out the entire claim as some may think, but only advances a portion of the settlement amount and that and expenses/fees accrued on the advance will be paid by the plaintiff's lawyer when the case is settled and paid. Chris Janish states: "We encourage our new clients to utilize our company website so that they can gather all they need to make an educated decision about their accident funding. In addition, our live agents are always available to aid our clients throughout the settlement funding process. We look forward to being a leader in our industry and providing the fastest approvals for rear end car and truck accident pre-settlement funding."
To learn more about the lawsuit funding process visit: http://accidentlawsuitfunding.com/how-the-process-works
Although many clients refer to lawsuit funding as lawsuit loans, lawsuit loan, settlement loan and settlement loans, they are not actually case funding loans; but instead a non-recourse cash advance where funds only need to be repaid if the plaintiff actually is successful in their lawsuit.
To apply for between $1,000 and $500K in pre-settlement funding, feel free to apply online at: http://accidentlawsuitfunding.com, or call the company’s toll free hotline right now where agents are standing by to answer any of your questions.
Source – http://accidentlawsuitfunding.com
Contact – Patty Kirby, COO/Head of Client Relations
Ph. 877.571.0405 Email intake(at)legal-bay(dot)com