Family of Man Killed By Falling Beam May Have Access to Quick Assistance for Bills
Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) March 3, 2011 - Construction accidents are often extremely serious or fatal. This accident was unfortunately fatal.
“In this construction accident death in Iowa, a worker, employed by a private contractor, was pinned under a beam along the shore of a pond near the building he and other workers were erecting. The beam was so heavy that even though rescue crews arrived quite quickly, it took them several hours to remove it and remove the man’s body,” said Daren Monroe, who writes for Litigation Funding Corporation, Southfield, Michigan.
Construction crews were working on an art building on a college campus, which had sustained flood damage in 2008 when the Iowa River breached its banks. The campus had to close 20 of its buildings due to the rising waters. The art building was just one of several that needed extensive work to bring it back to pre-flood stability.
“The man’s family would be quite upset by this sudden death and would most likely wish to speak to a wrongful death lawyer. Construction sites are often locations where, if safety precautions are not strictly followed, accidents can and do happen. In addition, the cause of the beam falling has not been pinpointed and that will be vital information for the lawyer should the family choose to file a wrongful death lawsuit,” Monroe said.
The loss of the family breadwinner is a major economic shock to the family. They will need income to keep going and to stay even with the bills that will continue to come in, despite the death of their loved one. Wrongful death lawsuits are about recovering compensation to help the family financially. They have already suffered with the loss of their loved one; they should not have to suffer financially as well.
In order to settle their bills and expenses, the fastest and most direct route for them would be to apply to a legal finance company for a lawsuit cash advance. Pre-settlement funding is ideal for cash strapped plaintiffs who need fast cash to pay their bills and hold on until their case goes to court.
Applying for a lawsuit cash advance is straightforward and incredibly easy. It is done by filling out a form online or by calling the litigation funding company directly. Plaintiffs pay nothing upfront and are not asked to make any payments. It does not matter what their credit rating is; it only matters if their case stands a chance of winning in court and securing justice for the plaintiff.
Pre-settlement is guaranteed to be a winner in more ways than one for a plaintiff struggling to pay their bills.
Litigation Funding Corporation
29777 Telegraph Road, Suite 1310
Southfield, MI 48034
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