“Randall” (not a real person) dealt with a 20-mile commute to work every day, but it was only the last half mile that ever gave him pause. The off-ramp that took him off the freeway and toward his house had a short lane for merging onto the street, making things a little tricky on the drive home, especially during rush hour. Still, he’d managed to avoid accidents for more than three years.
That all changed one Friday afternoon. It was a typically busy pre-weekend rush, so Randall waited patiently at the end of the off-ramp for a spot to open up. He glanced up at his rear-view mirror just in time to see another car barreling down the ramp and the startled look on the driver’s face as he slammed on his brakes.
Randall responded quickly. To avoid the collision, he tried nosing his way into the lane, but he went too far. He was sideswiped by a van, which spun and flipped on its side. Horrified, Randall pulled his car over to the side of the road to check on the van driver, who was crawling from his wrecked vehicle. Amazingly, nobody was hurt in the accident.
The van driver was still enraged. He had been delivering thousands of dollars worth of lighting fixtures to a construction site; now, they were nothing but shattered glass. As he berated Randall for his perceived aggressive merging, the car that had almost rammed into him on the ramp found an opening past the accident site and sped off, leaving Randall high and dry.
A few days later, Randall received notice of a lawsuit filed against him by the van’s owner and the construction company that employed him. He was being held liable for the value of the van and its expensive cargo.
To make things worse, his own car had suffered serious damage that would cost thousands to fix, and in the meantime, he had to rent a car to make the long drive to work each day.
That was when Randall’s lawyer told him to contact USClaims to seek pre-settlement funding to help with his expenses during this difficult time. If you’re having trouble meeting your expenses while waiting for a legal settlement or a judgment related to a car crash, USClaims can help provide the financial support you need.
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