18-Wheeler T-Bones SUV

Law Firm Newswire



Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) January 10, 2017 – Three people in an SUV were T-boned by a big rig. None of them made it out of the wreck alive.

The accident, involving a semi and an SUV, happened on the intersection of Minnesota County Road 47 and Goodwin Avenue. The crash occurred as the SUV was slowing down to execute a wide U-turn. The heavily loaded 18-wheeler, hauling beer at the time, slammed into the side of the SUV, causing it to roll into a roadside ditch.

All three occupants of the SUV were declared dead at the scene. The trucker was not seriously injured in the crash.

An investigation into the cause of the crash is underway, focusing on identifying what happened just prior to the crash. Specifically, law enforcement would be looking for evidence of DWI, distracted driving, bad road conditions, poor truck maintenance, speeding, driving while fatigued or using e-devices while driving.

“Trucking accidents such as this one involve an extensive litigation process. During that time, the victims may find themselves buried by expenses relating to the accident, items such as loss of wages, medical bills, household expenses and possibly funeral and burial costs,” said Litigation Funding Corporation representative Daren Monroe.

Under such tough financial circumstances, plaintiffs may be interested in filling out an application online or over the phone for a lawsuit loan, also referred to as a lawsuit cash advance, pre-settlement funding and litigation funding.

Approval is contingent on the likelihood of a successful outcome of the case. “A lawsuit cash advance is not a loan where you pay accrued interest whether you win your lawsuit or not,” added Monroe. “It is lawsuit funding to aid the plaintiff deal with pressing bills and expenses.”

There are no monthly payments or application fees involved in applying for pre-settlement funding and the only collateral required is a pending lawsuit being handled by an attorney. Once the lawyer submits the required documents for a lawsuit loan, funding may arrive within 24 – 48 hours. If the case is lost, repayment is excused. If the plaintiff wins, repayment is made at that time.

“If you are not certain your case would be eligible for litigation funding, contact us, Litigation Funding Corporation, for a complimentary case evaluation,” said Monroe.

Learn more at http://www.litigationfundingcorp.com