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Each year people are burden by those who decide to drink and drive. If you have been injured resulting from a drinking and driving accident, you may need pre-settlement funding prior to receiving compensation for your personal injury claim. Our lenders are familiar with accidents that occur do to the over consumption of alcohol and we are ready to help you secure a settlement loan to help pay for bills and other expenses that you may occur due to the accident.
“Driving under the influence” (DUI) and “driving while intoxicated” (DWI) are two names for drunk driving. Both are considered criminal charges and the victim of a DWI or DUI has the right to seek legal compensation for injuries and damages that occur. It is important that if you have been a victim of a drunk driving accident you seek legal representation from a DWI or DUI accident lawyer.
According to the National Traffic Safety Administration there are car accidents every 10 seconds in the United States. Each year there hundreds of people are injured and killed due to alcohol related crimes. According to figures released by Mothers Against Drunk Driving, in 2006, an estimated 17, 602 people died in alcohol-related traffic crashes—an average of one every 30 minutes. These deaths constitute 41 percent of the 42, 642 total traffic fatalities. Of these, an estimated 13, 470 involved a driver with an illegal BAC (.08 or greater). On average someone is killed by a drunk driver every 39 minutes.
We believe that if a person is injured due to drinking and driving that they deserve fair compensation under the law. Our settlement loan lenders have the experience in funding personal injury lawsuit loans for those individuals that are in need of a cash advance against their case. By securing a lawsuit loan through our lenders you will be in a better position to continue litigating your case, without having to settle for less compensation that you are rightfully owed.
The compensation you may receive from a DWI or DUI accident includes but not limited to:
• Loss wages
• Loss of job
• Medical expenses
• Ongoing medical expenses
• Medication expenses
• Hospital expenses
• Out of Pocket expenses
• Property Damages
• Pain and Suffering
While most people assume they can only file personal injury claims against individuals and insurance companies, your attorney may also have experience filing lawsuits against bars, restaurants, night clubs and other establishments that serve alcohol to the intoxicated persons; under certain legislation, people who serve alcohol can also be held responsible for alcohol related accidents. These types of cases can take months or even years to settle and while some people can absorb the costs associated with a DWI or DUI accident, many can’t.
Our settlement loan company are experts in helping our clients secure pre-settlement funding so they can continue litigating your case. We will always recommend hiring a DWI / DUI accident lawyer prior to talking with the other driver’s insurance company. Although insurance companies can offer immediate settlements quickly after an accident, their offers may be weak at best.
We also have experience in securing settlement loans for accidents caused by driving under the influence of drugs; there are many different types of medications and drugs that can impair the ability to properly operate a motor vehicle and we will considering offering funding for such cases.
If you are currently seeking a settlement loan for a DWI or DUI accident and you want our network of lenders to compete for your business, we ask you to apply online or contact us today.
Our settlement loan company is committed to getting you the results you deserve. If you are currently seeking legal cash advances, apply online today.
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