New York, NY (PRWEB) June 28, 2012
Legal-Bay is a leader in Legal Funding and has focused on funding a substantial amount of Product Liability Cases involving the DePuy Hip Recall and Transvaginal Mesh Cases; and with the help of Route 72 the company is launching a separate brand dedicated solely to Accident Cash Advances.
Route 72, which specializes in digital marketing, email lists for sale, and custom website development, will be taking a more active role in the new accident lawsuit funding site. Jim Alamia, President of Route 72 commented, “The development and branding of the new site will enable accident lawsuit plaintiffs to have access to the fastest funding process available in the lawsuit loan industry. This is a further testament to our commitment to work with Legal-Bay in a marketing capacity. Our technology and marketing expertise is hands down the best in the industry. We are eager to implement our recent R&D (Research and Development) to benefit Legal-Bay’s niche digital marketing requirements.”
Legal-Bay has hired additional staff and has also raised additional funding to help victims of car, commercial truck, boat and other types of accidents to get the funding they need today, prior to their cases settling. Patty Kirby, Head of Client Relations commented, “we are fully operational now to handle any and all accident lawsuit funding applications via our current site: Legal-bay.com or via our toll free hotline of 877.571.0405. More importantly, we already currently offer the fastest approvals in the industry at 12 hours. Our new site will enable this process to be even more efficient for our growing client base of accident settlement funding clients.”
Legal-Bay recently announced they have raised $5mm for both the DePuy Hip Recall and Transvaginal Mesh Cases, and now has secured ample funding for Accident Case Funding as well. Both companies plan to issue more information regarding the new Accident Lawsuit Funding site once they become available.
“Legal-Bay is a leader in Legal Funding and has focused on funding a substantial amount of Product Liability Cases involving the DePuy and Johnson & Johnson litigation filed in U.S. District Court in Ohio, MDL No. 2197; and the Vaginal Mesh C.R. Bard litigation filed in U.S. District Court in West Virginia, MDL No. 2187."