HOW CAN CAR ACCIDENT LOANS HELP YOUR CASE

GET FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AFTER YOUR CAR ACCIDENT

Car accident loans can help you stay on track with your finances and on point with the insurance company's time consuming tactics, therefore you can even be able to ease-fully achieve a dignifying award for your injury.


When you are injured in a car accident, dealing with the faulty party's insurance company can be exhausting, stressful and debilitating.  You may be left out of work and tempted to take whatever lowball settlement offered due to the long and merciless wait you could face.  Car accidents can have a significant financial impact on your family and most cases take years to settle. 


Baker Street Funding is here to offer you the fastest and most noble accident accident loans with low rates to plaintiffs in pending car accident personal injury cases. Most of our requests are approved within 24 hours delivering you live updates of the process. Many times we are able to approve you as soon as we speak to your attorney. Our exclusive approach between providing live updates, expertise as all your question will be answer. If your life is collapsing due to the chaos a car accident carries, a pre-settlement funding can help you regain possession of your life and control the outcome of your settlement.

CAR ACCIDENT CASH ADVANCE BENEFITS

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REPAYING A CAR ACCIDENT LAWSUIT LOAN

Car accident lawsuit loans also known as pre-settlement funding is an investment into the outcome of your motor vehicle lawsuit. We are providing with the car accident cash advance because we think your case is strong enough to win and pay us back. The money can be used for anything you see fit. You repay the car accident loan only if and when your case is settled successfully. 

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HOW CAN AUTO ACCIDENT LAWSUIT LOAN HELP

Just as your fee agreement with your attorney, a car accident lawsuit loan is a  non-recourse meaning that if you don’t win, you don’t pay us back.  Car accident loans can help bridge the financial gap allowing you to cover your expenses while waiting for your case to settle. 

"Stop settling for less than you deserve by applying for an auto accident settlement advance"

By taking an auto accident lawsuit loan from us we will provide you with a quick and non invasive funding approach. Car accident loans in fact are not loans. Also called pre-settlement funding, this is a non-recourse financing agreement meaning if you lose your case there is no further obligation for you to pay us back.

YOUR CAR ACCIDENT CASH ADVANCE HEAD START

1) AUTO ACCIDENT LOANS CASE EVALUATION

At Baker Street Funding, we analyze your car accident case details with efficiency. An underwriter with extensive experience in auto accident claims will review your case to determine its value and ascertain if you are approved for your auto accident pre-settlement funding.

2) AUTO ACCIDENT CASH ADVANCE QUALIFICATION

Your lawsuit's financial destiny will depend on how strong your claim is. In order to qualify for car accident loans and settlement funding; you must have retained an attorney on contingency basis and the lawsuit must involve the insurance company or self-insured entity.

3) AUTO ACCIDENT PRE-SETTLEMENT LOANS FACTORS

The amount of a settlement value we give in order to approve car accident loans depend on some of these factors: the nature and severity your injuries the faulty factor meaning who was at fault, and the ability to let your case got to trial so you settle for a larger award.

4) CAR ACCIDENT PRE-SETTLEMENT FUNDING PRE-APPROVAL

Automobile accident loans approved injuries include: head and Brain Injuries; neck and back Injuries; amputation; burn injuries; amputation; soft tissue injuries and broken bones; herniated disk; disfigurement and scarring.

WHAT THE Baker Street FUNDING COMMUNITY IS SAYING

AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT STATISTICS

CAUSES, YOUR AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT SETTLEMENT, THE INSURANCE

The most personal injury cases in the USA involve motor vehicle accidents. It usually happens when a driver was not following the rules therefore the careless driver could be held accountable for injuries caused from a car accident he initiated. Exceptions apply to "no fault" states meaning drivers can only seek compensation from their own insurance unless the accident caused serious injuries. 


STATISTICS:

Emergency rooms get about $2.5 million Americans every year injured un motor vehicle accidents. $18 billion in a lifetime of medical costs are to blame on auto accidents. Over 1,000 people suffer life-changing injuries on the road every day of the year. Over 33,000 people are involved in fatal auto accidents each year, according to the NSC. 


LEADING CAUSES:

  • Drinking and driving
  • Texting and driving 
  • Speeding
  • Falling Asleep While Driving
  • Poor Road Conditions 


AUTO ACCIDENT INJURIES:

A car accident can leave you with life long painful injuries that can lead to job loss, the oppression of following your daily activities and even permanent disability which is why auto accident lawsuit loans become a lifeline for injured plaintiffs. Common injuries include whiplash and other neck injuries, spinal cord and back injuries, concussions and other head injuries, knee, ankle and leg injuries, brain, and back injuries.


There is a reason why we always ask one crucial piece of document, and thats the insurance policy of the defendant. The rules that govern each and every state differ and this can make the difference on the value we will give your case:  


  1. Pure Contributory Fault -   Loved by insurance companies which determines the % of who was negligent within the accident. Under it's rules, whatever was amount you were negligent for, your recovery will be limited by that amount. In other words, if decided that you were 92% at fault, your benefit is that you would still be able to recover 8%  of your damages from the defendant's insurance company.
  2. Pure Comparative Fault - Disliked by insurance companies. This is more plaintiff friendly because even if you are at 99% fault, you can claim and  recover compensation from the other party. 
  3. 50% Modified Comparative Fault -  if you are 50 percent or more at fault for an accident, you cannot seek compensation for your own injuries. Any less than 50 percent and you can collect, subtracting which percent was your fault.
  4. 51% Modified Comparative Fault -  if you are 51 percent or more at fault for the accident, you cannot collect damages. This means  if you’re hurt in an accident and it was partially your fault, you still have a right to seek for damages.
  5. Uninsured Motorist Injury Claims - This type helps pay for harms when the other party doesn't have liability insurance. 
  6. No Fault - Regardless of who is at fault, this type of insurance covers medical costs. In no-fault states, personal injury protection (PIP) is required and drivers are limited in their right to sue other drivers therefore PIP will not compensate you for pain and suffering.



INSURANCE COMPANIES

Car accidents involving minors

Truck accidents

Racing car accidents

Motorcycle accidents

Pedestrian accident

Bicycle accidents

Rear-End Accident Claims

Head-on Accidents

Side-impacts 

Multiple-vehicle Accidents

Hit and Runs 

Bus accidents

Taxicab accidents

Uber, Lyft accidents

Cruise ship accidents 

Train accidents

Subway accidents

Limousine accidents

Parking Lot Accidents

Commercial vehicle accidents

Construction accidents

Work related accidents

Police car accidents

 Ambulance accidents 

Fire truck accidents

FELA

RV accidents

Aviation accidents

Helicopter accidents


PRE-SETTLEMENT LOANS FOR AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIMS, NEAR YOU

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