Wrong-Way Drunken Driver Kills Two | Law Firm Newswire

Wrong-Way Drunken Driver Kills Two

Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) November 5, 2012 - A drunken driver went the wrong way on the road, killing himself and an innocent person.

“A passenger from that night is pointing the blame on the bar where she and her friend had been drinking that night. Even though the woman said they were both drunk when they left the establishment, she suggests the security at the bar was at fault for not taking their keys away,” explained Darren Monroe of Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan.

The man and woman were, by all counts, inebriated when they left the bar and got into the man’s car. They then drove in the wrong direction, which put them on the course of a head-on collision with another car. Two people died -- the driver of the other car, and the allegedly drunken driver. The only survivor was the man’s companion, the female passenger, who was later quoted as saying the accident would never have happened if bar security had locked them up for public intoxication.

“That remark did not go over well with the dead man’s family, who replied that the fact they were both drunk and driving the wrong way could never be erased. Shifting fault to someone else for their utter lack of responsibility shocked the family, who may be consulting a wrongful death lawyer about the death of their son,” said Monroe.

Litigation funding is an emergency lawsuit loan offered to a qualified plaintiff, to tide them over until their case has been resolved. Many applicants are in dire financial straits when they apply for a lawsuit loan, and do not know how they are going to pay their regular bills, let alone the extra ones relating to funeral and burial expenses.

Pre-settlement funding is the almost perfect solution for a plaintiff trying to fend off insurance companies who want them to settle fast and for less money than they may be entitled to in court. A lawsuit loan allows them to pay everything they need to and then wait for justice.

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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