Plaintiffs Often Over-Charged for Auto Accident Legal Funding - Uplift Legal Funding
TORRANCE, Calif., October 16, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Auto accidents are (by far) the most common type of personal injury claim. Most personal injury attorneys and lawsuit funding companies provide service to plaintiffs injured in an accident.
For most major car accidents, police on scene will write up a traffic accident report. In many cases, the officer will interview involved parties and try to assign fault for the accident, issuing citations accordingly.
In contrast to many other types of personal injury claims, accidents on the road are often documented by local police. Officers speak with involved parties, examine physical evidence and even take witness statements when possible.
While this doesn’t mean that a case is a guaranteed winner, it certainly helps strengthen the claim.
Despite this, most pre-settlement funding companies still charge high, compounding rates for plaintiffs with accident claims. Many plaintiffs wind up owing several times more than what they received within a year.
We recommend that plaintiffs with car accident claims take their time to compare rates and terms from several companies. Though this might mean a little more work upfront, it can save thousands in the long run.
About Uplift Legal Funding
Uplift Legal Funding helps plaintiffs with ongoing personal injury claims bridge the gap between injury and settlement. There are no strings attached to the money, but most plaintiffs use pre-settlement funding to cover living expenses.
Just like the attorney, the funding comes with a no-win, no-pay guarantee. If a case is unsuccessful, clients don’t owe a cent.
Our simple, non-compounding rates for accident claims have saved plaintiffs thousands over competitors.
To learn more about our services or to apply for legal funding, visit our website at upliftlegalfunding.com or call toll-free at 1-800-385-3660.
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Torrance, CA 90503
Toll Free: 1-800-385-3660
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