» Litigation Finance Company Indicates Deadly Accident Could Have Killed Unborn Baby

Litigation Finance Company Indicates Deadly Accident Could Have Killed Unborn Baby

Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) January 27, 2011 - An accident can happen anytime when drivers fail to obey the rules of the road.

Lawsuit Funding FamilyThis accident was particularly horrendous, because the driver that caused it drove through a stoplight. The results of that decision killed a woman, left her unborn baby struggling for life and injured three pedestrians. There are always consequences for questionable decisions and actions.

“What happened here is that James Cox hurtled his Chrysler minivan right through a red light, hoping to beat it through the intersection. In the process, he careened into a Ford E-250 van. The Ford van hit four pedestrians, including two small toddlers. One of the pedestrians was a very pregnant 27-year-old Kim Brown, pronounced dead at the hospital, as a result of her injuries. They saved the baby boy by doing an emergency C-section. He was in critical condition due to his early delivery and injuries sustained during the accident,” said Daren Monroe, who writes for Litigation Funding Corporation, Southfield, Michigan.

The other pedestrian and her two children were taken to the nearest medical facility and treated for their injuries and were listed in good condition. The Ford van driver was treated at the scene. James Cox was issued a citation for failing to obey a red light, driving while suspended and driving without insurance and taken to jail pending an investigation into the accident.

The Brown family will likely speak to a wrongful death lawyer and choose to file a lawsuit. They will not only be in shock, but left dealing with medical expenses for the new baby boy and the funeral and burial expenses for the mother of the child. Chances are they will be in a financial bind having all this thrown at them as the result of this accident.

“One option they may wish to investigate is applying for pre-settlement funding from a legal finance company. This option is not for everyone, but it is worth checking out,” Monroe said. When plaintiffs are in a financial dilemma, litigation funding is often the answer to help them not only pay their bills, but be able to wait until they get a fair resolution to their case via settlement or jury trial.

Applying for a lawsuit cash advance is easy and does not take that long when done online or by calling the legal funding company directly. Once a case has been approved, it only takes 24 to 48 hours for the legal funding to arrive. Fast cash to bail a plaintiff out may be just what they need to get to verdict.

To learn more about lawsuit funding and litigation funding, visit http://www.litigationfundingcorp.com/.

Litigation Funding Corporation
29777 Telegraph Road, Suite 1310
Southfield, MI 48034
Call: 1.866.LIT.FUND

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