Railroad and train accidents can be dramatic, causing injuries, death and destruction on a massive scale. The Federal Railroad Administration (Office of Safety Analisys) said in 2018 alone there were a total of 10,482 railroad and train accidents/incidents. Of those accidents, 7,360 people were injured and 805 were fatal.
Train derailments, track obstructions, collisions, negligence or inexperience by the train's conductor, and other types of railroad occurrences can lead to disastrous crash scenes. Survivors are often left piecing back together their lives with serious injuries that may cause them problems for the rest of their lives. Spinal injuries and traumatic brain injuries, are the most common and can lead to permanent life long disabilities. As you recover from your incident, you may also experience financial issues, perhaps finding it difficult to meet your daily living requirements.
If you have been injured due to a railway or train accident, consider railroad and train accident lawsuit funding. This type of non-recourse lawsuit funding provides a portion of your settlement proceeds as an advance, so that you don't have to wait for the money you need until a final settlement is reached in your case. Railroad and train accident lawsuit funding can provide a needed relief in funding until your settlement arrives.
With railroad and train accident lawsuit funding, you receive a cash advance to cover your basic living expenses or any other financial obligations you have. The advance is a portion of your expected settlement proceeds. There is no repayment on the advance until you reach completion of your case, and funding is not based on credit or employment history. This funding is easy to apply for, and repayment is contingent on your successful settlement. If you don’t settle, you owe us nothing.
When deciding on railroad and train accident lawsuit funding, the first step is filing out our lawsuit funding application. You provide the details of your train or railway accident to our specialists, who then review the details of your lawsuit to determine your eligibility. Your approval is based on case merits; if your case is likely to be settled with a favorable decision, then pre-settlement funding is usually awarded within a day or two, so you can get your life back together quickly, without the financial worry caused by your accident. Contact Baker Street Funding to find out how this type of pre-settlement funding can work for your case.
Baker Street Funding is a Premier Legal Funding Firm designed to strategically connect select funding opportunities with our extensive network of sophisticated partners and staff. If your attorney has been retained on contingency and you have a strong liability claim against a properly insured defendant, you may qualify for a pre-settlement advance, contact us to discuss your options. * The term lawsuit loans, lawsuit loan lenders, settlement advance loans, or lawsuit settlement loans may be used to refer to pre-settlement funding. Transactions facilitated by Baker Street Funding, are not to be considered loans. These transactions are non-recourse financing agreements, which means that we are making an equity investment into your litigation. If you lose your case, you are under no legal obligation to repay your advance. The word loan is strictly used for marketing optimization purposes and for easier comprehension for prospective clients. Our client relationships are paramount to us and we take the client education process very seriously. We provide legal funding and lawsuit cash advances in the following states, Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
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