After a Crash, Money May Be Both the Most and Least Important ThingFebruary 18, 2016
All it took was one horrible, eternal instant. The panel truck swerved hard, sideswiping the sedan sitting on the side of the road, and “Geoff’s” (not a real person) life changed forever.
A flat tire had forced Geoff and his wife to pull on to the shoulder. Checking both ways before she exited the vehicle, Geoff’s wife disappeared around to the rear passenger’s side. The driver of the truck, speeding recklessly, was drunk, and when he ran into Geoff’s car, the car in turn struck Geoff’s wife. In a moment, he lost not only the love of his life and his best friend, but his household’s primary income and, if he was being honest, his rock.
At the urging of an attorney, Geoff sued not only the truck driver but also the company that employed him and the bar that served him. His lawyer told him his case looked strong, but a legion of lawyers for the defendants were keeping his case mired. Even though Geoff finally could drag himself into work again, his job did not come close to replacing what he lost in the accident; in many ways, the lack of money was both the most and least important thing about his life after the crash. Knowing that his case was slow but strong, Geoff’s lawyer suggested he take his case to USClaims to help ease the financial burden.
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.