Auto Accidents

USClaims can help victims of auto accidents by providing the money they need while their court cases are ongoing.

In 2005 alone, there were nearly 6.4 million automobile accidents in the United States. Some 2.9 million people were injured and nearly 43,000 killed at a cost of more than $230 billion. On average, there is one death on America’s roads every 13 minutes, and make no mistake about it: not everybody has insurance.

At USClaims, we can help you get the funding you need to cover your expenses while your auto accident case takes time to settle in court. Contact USClaims to learn how we can help you get auto accident lawsuit funding today.

There are many reasons an auto accident may occur. Some of the common causes of auto collisions include:

  • Driving under the influence (DUI)
  • Distracted driving
  • Speeding
  • Dangerous and defective roads
  • Reckless and aggressive driving
  • Wrong-way driving
  • Vehicle defects
  • Poor weather condition, such as ice or fog

While auto accidents are clearly common occurrences, not everybody is prepared to deal with the aftermath. You’re shaken up from the incident, likely without transportation and, unfortunately, injured. When severe injuries and disabilities result, steep medical bills can follow, making it impossible for the victim to cover their living expenses as they deal with severe stress.

The majority of accidents on the road are typically the result of negligence. As a result, this can lead to a variety of auto accidents, including:

  • ATV collisions
  • Truck accidents
  • Bus accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Bicycle accidents

Considering all those factors, not to mention criminal proceedings in some cases, a civil action surrounding an auto accident claim can take time to reach fruition.

That’s where USClaims can help. We understand that you’re already in a difficult situation. Contact USClaims today so we can help make things easier by providing the money you need to live while your auto accident claim makes its way through the courts.