If you have been injured in an auto accident, you can suddenly feel very, very alone. You will quickly realize just how much your employer and your insurance company prioritize their profits over your wellbeing, and you will likely struggle to find answers to questions as simple as, “How soon can I get my car back?” and “What is the best course of treatment for my injuries?”
But, you are not alone. Each year, there are millions of auto accidents in the United States and according to the Association for Safe International Road Travel (ASIRT), an estimated 2.35 million Americans are injured in vehicle collisions every year. A significant percentage of these accident victims hire a lawyer to help them recover financial compensation for their injuries, and many seek pre-settlement funding to help cover their expenses while their claims are pending.
Along with ASIRT, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Information Institute (III) publish up-to-date information on crash and injury rates as well. According to these three sources:
Unfortunately, the Insurance Information Institute’s data show that Florida has one of the highest accident rates in the nation. In fact, according to the III, Florida has the second-highest number of fatal accidents in the country every year, following only California. Additionally, data from Florida’s Integrated Report Exchange System (FIRES) show that:
Injury Funds Now is a Florida lawsuit loan company that provides funding to auto accident victims in 35 states nationwide. If you have been injured and would like to receive funding in as little as 24 hours, call 866-68-FUNDS (38637) or submit an online application now.
*DISCLAIMER: The term "loan" or "loans," where used to describe lawsuit funding is not an accurate legal or financial definition of the transaction. IT IS NOT A LOAN. The transaction is a non-recourse purchase of a portion of the proceeds of a potential future case award or settlement. A loan is a transaction that always requires repayment. Our lawsuit funding only requires repayment if the plaintiff receives a favorable recovery. If the plaintiff loses their case, they do not repay anything.