Defective Automobiles Causes Injuries
The vehicle recall notice came too late for you. The automobile you drive had been allowed to remain on the market despite its product defect – the defect that, one day, led to your crippling car crash.
After the news got out, the automobile manufacturer’s liability was as obvious as your pain and the suffocating pile of bills steadily accumulating on your table.
While a fast and fair settlement might once have seemed a given in this situation—the automobile manufacturer had to recall the car, after all—car makers are not blinded by pain, nor by debt. Their business models have built-in contingencies for these situations. The mathematical calculations behind the recall itself were based on whether the company estimated it would pay more for the mass repairs than it would for lawsuits like yours.
Most likely, these companies have a high-powered team of lawyers that has been at work for months, if not years, to make sure that the company need pay you as little as possible. So, after receiving an initial settlement offer that was just too low, you made the decision to file a tort claim and take your case to court.
Now, even with a strong case and a talented attorney, that process is taking longer than you imagined. Motion after motion and various other stalling tactics have made your day in court look less like an eventuality and more like a wishful thought.
With money running low, it may seem the only way out is to accept the most recent settlement offer from the car maker.
You can capitulate and fold. You can settle for merely getting something—or you can employ maneuvers of your own. You can apply for pre-settlement funding.
With the help of your lawyer, USClaims will review your suit, and, if your application is approved, will provide you with pre-settlement funding that will help relieve the financial pressure long enough for you to receive fair compensation for your injuries and suffering. The money can help keep gas in the car, food on the table, and creditors at bay. It can allow you to give your attorney time to deal with the automobile company and its underwriters.
At USClaims, we offer pre-settlement funding, if a case is qualified for pre-settlement funding then we would purchase a portion of the proceeds of the anticipated court judgment or settlement for some cash now. USClaims only gets paid if a case is won or has reached a settlement! Apply now or call us today at 1-877-USCLAIMS to learn more.