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Driver Files Auto Accident Lawsuit Alleging Negligence in Insurer’s Failure to Pay

After an auto accident, victims have a lot to worry about – from physical injuries and medical bills to unpaid time off from work, car repairs, and insurance negotiations. We all want to believe that working with the insurance company will be easy, but that is typically far from the truth despite, hearing “Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.”

A Florida woman has filed an auto accident lawsuit against a vehicle owner and State Farm alleging negligence.

On October 18, 2016, the woman’s vehicle was struck by another driver, leaving her with serious injuries. The woman said that as a result of the collision, she has endured great physical pain and mental anguish, and incurred medical bills and expenses. She filed a lawsuit holding the vehicle owner and State Farm responsible. The complaint alleges that the driver (who is not the vehicle owner) negligently operated the vehicle and State Farm allegedly failed to pay all covered losses resulting from the accident.

The plaintiff requests a trial by jury and seeks judgment against defendant for an undisclosed amount in damages.

In any auto accident lawsuit the legal process can be very complex. The victim may be out of work due to injuries and need help paying ongoing medical expense or daily living expenses, or paying down debt. Plaintiffs won’t receive a settlement until the litigation process is completed, which could take months or years. This can take quite a toll on cash-strapped plaintiffs. Insurance companies know this. They also have a financial advantage; they are in a position where they can deny, delay, and defend a case, prolonging the litigation process until a plaintiff accepts an unfavorable offer. A solution is pre-settlement lawsuit funding.

Since a financially desperate plaintiff is not a positive influence on settlement negotiations, it stands to reason that removing financial pressure to settle early, and for too little, will result in increased settlement proceeds for the plaintiff. Simply stated, lawsuit funding can help injured victims through difficult financial times so they won’t have to compromise their ability to obtain the compensation deserved.

After receiving a funding application and obtaining pertinent case documentation, Lawsuit Financial can make a funding decision within 24 – 48 hours. We can do this because there is no need for a credit check or employment verification. Approval for lawsuit funding is solely based on the merits of the case. Additionally, a lawsuit cash advance from us is risk-free to the client. There are no monthly payments to make; we are only repaid when the case settles. However, if the case is lost, we will completely waived repayment of the cash advance. When you aren’t under financial stress, it is much easier to focus on recovering from your injuries and getting the compensation you deserve.

If you are the victim of an auto accident, Lawsuit Financial recommends that you consult an experienced auto accident attorney who can assist in you in determining how much your case is worth and help you deal with the insurance company. If you need help locating an attorney in your area, we are happy to assist you from our nationwide database. This is a free service! Once your lawsuit has been filed, if you are finding it impossible to pay the bills, don’t be willing to accept pennies on the dollar. Pre-settlement lawsuit funding may be the financial relief you need. Contact Lawsuit Financial by phone or complete our online application.