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Driver Without License Kills Woman at Bus Stop Reports Litigation Funding Corporation

Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) February 28, 2012 - The driver in this case ran a red light and hit a woman sitting at a bus stop, killing her. He was not paying attention to what he was doing.

“Some people don’t seem to understand that a red light means you stop or prepare to stop in enough time to actually obey the light. The defendant in this instance was not only speeding, but missed stopping for a red light because of his rate of speed, rammed into another car and slammed into a concrete bus bench where a woman was sitting,” described Darren Monroe of Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan.

At ten to six in the morning, one wonders what people are doing speeding through red lights and driving like an idiot. It seems that the driver of the pickup that caused this accident was heading south on the street, when he told police he tried to stop for a red light. However, he did not brake in time. He careened into a white sedan and then hit the VIA bus stop bench. “The woman he hit was dragged about 10 feet while pinned under the truck,” Monroe indicated.

This was a horrific accident that did not need to happen. As a result of this man driving without a license and without insurance, one woman and a passenger in the truck, was seriously injured and one died. Both victims have the right to file lawsuits; one a wrongful death lawsuit, and the other a personal injury lawsuit.

“Was there more going on besides the fact he didn’t have a license and no insurance? Possibly, and an investigation will find that out. In the meantime, the injured passenger and the family of the dead woman will want to talk to competent attorneys about their legal rights,” suggested Monroe.

When sudden death strikes, victims and those left behind in a wrongful death case, can find themselves facing a huge hole in their finances. They may well be left in a very difficult situation and experience extreme hardship. Getting cases such as this settled or to court often take a long time, signaling potential economic ruin for the families. “There is an answer to this difficult dilemma in the form of lawsuit funding,” said Monroe.

Lawsuit funding is a cash advance against a pending settlement or anticipated court verdict. Litigation funding allows the plaintiff to deal with all of their financial obligations and pay any other expenses that may also arise as a result of an accident. “It’s bad enough to lose someone you love and care for; you do not need to face financial ruin as well,” he added.

Litigation funding offers virtually instant service, with a quick application and approval process. The funds may arrive in a person’s bank account within 24-48 hours, and this non-recourse cash advance does not need to be paid back if the case is lost in court.

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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