If you or a loved one, family member or friend were injured in an automobile accident with an Uber vehicle, your case may qualify for cash legal funding pre-settlement. If you were a passenger in an Uber driver’s vehicle and were injured or sustained damages and have an ongoing legal case or are pursuing a claim, you should consider cash funding for your lawsuit. Another scenario may involve you being a passenger or driver of the second vehicle and the Uber driver causing the accident as the driver of the first vehicle. Various scenarios may occur. The only requirement is that the evidence show that the other party is liable and caused the accident. In fact, many different auto accidents can occur and are not limited to auto vs. auto.
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A car driven by an Uber driver can crash with a motorcyclist, pedestrian, truck driver and more. If you were injured in such an accident, you may be entitled to recovery for your pain and suffering and medical treatments. These are typically referred to by lawyers as general damages and special damages, respectively. Also, depending on the circumstances and the extent of your injuries, you may also have other potential claims for lost income or lost wages as well as loss of consortium if the accident so gravely affected you to affect your marriage or marital relations.
Sometimes referred to as a “lawsuit loan,” cash funding provided by High Rise Financial must only be repaid if your case is successful and there is a monetary settlement. This condition is valid for all types of consumer legal funding, whether you need car accident loans, auto accident loans or pre-settlement funding for a workplace accident. It also allows plaintiffs who are injured to benefit from the leverage their case holds against the liable defendant third-party. Click here to learn more about how legal funding for lawsuits work both before settlement and even after settlement but before you receive the cash from the defendant’s insurance company.