Wrongful Death Resulted from Equipment in the Middle of the Road Says Litigation Funding Corporation
Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) February 7, 2012 - When logging equipment falls off a truck while crossing a bridge, the results are deadly.
“There was no way to avoid the inevitable in this accident,” said Darren Monroe of Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan. “Particularly since the logging equipment that fell off the back of a truck landed right in front of a another driver, this became a horrendous scene. Forty-year-old Kyle Brown of Lake Saint Louis slammed into the metal and died.”
Evidently, a tire on the truck carrying the equipment hit the bridge guardrail, and caused the logging gear on the trailer to be tossed directly into the path of Mr. Brown’s BMW sport utility vehicle. The equipment, an over-sized forklift, met Brown head-on. Brown was heading east on the bridge. The trucker, Kenneth Davis, was heading west in his International tractor-trailer.
At the scene, the police handed Davis a ticket for improper lane use, as he left his lane and hit the guardrail. It may also turn out that the truck and load were too wide to be using that bridge. Only time and a more in depth investigation will provide answers.
This is a wrongful death case that needs the assistance of an experienced personal injury lawyer. No doubt the man’s family will wish to discuss this case with an attorney to find out how they can ensure something like this does not happen again and obtain compensation for Brown’s sudden and shocking death. The family might not only be shell-shocked, but worried about how to pay their bills.
Not everyone realizes how devastating it is to lose someone they love suddenly and without warning. There are millions of things left undone. Bills still need to be paid. Life still needs to move forward, even if that person is gone. A funeral needs to be planned, along with a burial. It is one of life’s most heart-wrenching events and it frequently leaves those behind in great economic difficulties.
These family victims may want to ask questions about accessing lawsuit funding, and see if they are able to secure a litigation loan. It would be a good strategic move for the family to help them cope without the breadwinner. They may need money to pay for funeral and burial expenses and other important bills such as the mortgage. Pre-settlement funding helps victims wait for an equitable settlement or verdict.
Should the application be approved for a lawsuit cash advance, the fund can be sent within 24-48 hours via a check wired directly to a bank account. “If you lose the case, the money is yours to keep, free of charge,” Monroe explained.
Litigation Funding Corporation
29777 Telegraph Road, Suite 1310
Southfield, MI 48034
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