Wrongful Death Settlement Funding in South Carolina Football Accident Can Ease Financial Burdens

Yvone and Ronald Rouse filed a wrongful death suit against several local and state agencies after the death of their son, Ronald. Ronald Rouse, an 18-year-old senior and football player at Hartsville High School, was playing in a home game against Crestwood High on Oct. 5, 2012 when he called a time-out and suddenly collapsed.…

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Settlement Funding Ohio Option for Lawsuit Over Fatal Auto Accident

On March 10, 2013, an SUV driven by an Ohio teen crashed through a guardrail and into a pond, killing the driver and five of the other seven passengers of the vehicle. Relatives of three of the boys killed are now suing the City of Trumbull County, seeking at least $25,000 in compensatory damages. Plaintiffs…

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Ohio Lawsuit Settlement Funding an Option for Medical Malpractice Award

An Ohio woman was recently awarded $1.2 million in a medical malpractice suit after a slow diagnosis left her unable to draw deep breaths. Victoria Stamper visited Dr. Michael Draznik in 2009, complaining of abdominal pains. Dr. Draznik’s ordered Stamper to surgery; a partial hysterectomy. When this failed to alleviate Stamper’s pain, Dr. Draznik ordered…

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Lawsuit Loans for Alabama Premises Liability Case

On the night of Jan, 15, 2013, a natural gas explosion rocked the Lincoln Park public housing facility in Huntsville, Alabama. A white-hot fireball pierced the night sky and when the smoke cleared, three residents of the housing complex were left badly burned. Cheri Melissa Kent and her two children, aged 5 and 7, were…

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Funding for Tony Stewart Crash In New York?

NASCAR three time champion Tony Stewart is still waiting to hear if he will be charged with the death of 20-year-old Kevin Ward Jr. who lost his life at Canandaigua Motorsports Park on August 9th. Ward got out of his racing car ready to confront Stewart while under caution. He was subsequently hit by Stewart…

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Lawsuit Cash Advance Funding – Who Makes the Decision?

Many plaintiffs who apply for lawsuit funding feel like they have a strong case and a lawsuit cash advance funding approval is a foregone conclusion.  However, many applications fall short of the requisite criteria for a lawsuit cash advance funding to be approved. More goes into underwriting a lawsuit loan or cash advance than most people realize. …

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Water Park Accident Victim Can Pursue Lawsuit Funding

A victim of an accident at East Durham, New York at the Zoom Flume Water Park will focus on his recovery after he sustained severe injuries recently requiring multiple surgeries. A local pastor was injured while riding a water slide. He was part of a local youth group visiting the attraction. The Department of Labor…

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Lawsuit Funding Not Prohibited by Lack of Mandatory Reporting

There is an increasing number of bus companies involved in the double-decker sightseeing business in New York City but at the moment there is no mandatory requirement to report bus accidents to New York City’s licensing agency. At present there are five different entities, which include the Consumer Affairs Department, which monitor the operation of…

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Pre Settlement Funding For Roller Coaster Accidents Provides One Financial Option?

Amusement parks often have safety problems but it is important to ensure the safety of the millions of people every year who ride them for leisure. Attention to detail is required when inspecting amusement park equipment. Recently, attention was turned to safety in amusement parks when a tree branch fell onto roller coaster tracks causing…

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