Burn injuries happen all of the time. In America alone, there are about 2.4 million burn injuries every year. Often burn injuries happen as a result of another person’s negligence . An attorney can individuals determine if they have enough evidence to bring a personal injury lawsuit based on the burn injury. If the attorney feels that the burn victims has enough evidence to support his claim, he may advise the victim to file a personal injury lawsuit. Unfortunately, personal injury lawsuits based on burn injuries can last for years. It typically takes a lot of information to prove the negligence for the burn injury. This can include pictures, medical records, expert witness testimony, and more. It may take over a year before the burn victim even gets his case into court.
However, the length of time it takes to reach a settlement in a burn case should not deter personal injury victims from attempting to get a fair personal injury settlement. Fortunately, there are ways to obtain financial support throughout the lawsuit. One of those ways may be lawsuit funding. Often, burn injury lawsuits qualify for lawsuit funding. Lawsuit funding allows personal injury victims to get the money they need without waiting for their case to settle. If you have been injured in a burn accident, call Pegasus Legal Funding today to see if you qualify for lawsuit funding .
Pegasus Legal Funding has provided financial assistance to injury victims and their families for over fourteen years. There is no credit check and employment is not necessary. The only requirement to apply for litigation funding is a pending lawsuit with merit and a serious financial need. And, because funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, if the plaintiff loses the case, there is no obligation to pay us back. If you have been seriously injured due to the negligence of someone else and need financial assistance, contact us today or complete our free, online application. If we approve your request, we could have your funds in as little as 24 hours. The process is really that simple.
.:About the author:.
Tiffany Sherrill is a paralegal at Pegasus Legal Funding, LLC. Recently Tiffany was the assistant to the General Counsel at PLF with a focus on contract and financial aspects of Litigation Funding. Tiffany is also continuing here education pursuing a Juris Doctor degree.