First Female Dealer Appointed By General Motors Dies in Auto Accident

February 15, 2017 | Product Liability

An Iowa woman died from injuries sustained in a two-vehicle crash last week. Her love of the auto business led her to open her own dealership. She was the first female dealer appointed by General Motors.
According to Davenport police, the driver of a Dodge truck crossed the center line, striking the woman’s car as she headed in the opposite direction. Both drivers were taken to an area hospital for serious injuries, where the woman later died. The truck driver was cited for driving left of the center, control of vehicle, driving under suspension, and no insurance. An investigation is ongoing.

Losing a loved one unexpectedly can be extremely difficult and painful. Resolving a claim can be exhausting; reaching a settlement is only half the battle, especially if the negligent driver had no insurance. The family may need to make a claim against the woman’s own insurance company if she had uninsured motorist coverage.
If a lawsuit is filed and the family is facing a significant financial burden due to funeral and burial expenses as well as other expenses as a result of the accident, they may be able to seek monetary support through a lawsuit cash advance, known as litigation funding.

While we can’t bring back a loved one, Litigation Funding Corporation is often able to help plaintiffs avoid financial difficulties until their case settles and compensation received.

Litigation funding is a cash advance to help take care of life’s necessities (mortgage, rent, food, utilities, gas, car payments, medical expenses, transportation, etc.) during a long, and sometimes, bumpy road to resolution. Unlike a traditional bank loan, personal credit has no bearing on the funding decision, and the applicant does not need to be employed. We fund strictly on case strength and require no monthly payments. Litigation funding is non-recourse. This means that you will only be responsible for paying back the advance if you win your case. Any obligation to repay the cash advance will be completely excused if the case fails.

Applying for a lawsuit cash advance begins after you have hired an attorney on a contingency bases. Once we received an application, we will begin the review process by obtaining case documentation from your attorney. If your application is approved, funds can be available within 24 – 48 hours by wire transfer or overnight mail. Remember, repayment is not made until the case settles, at which time it comes directly out of the proceeds of your case.

If you need further information or want to see if your case qualifies litigation funding, call Litigation Funding Corporation at 1-866-548-3863.

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