Dealing with a wrongful death lawsuit is already a taxing situation. Don’t let your family be bogged down by the loss of income and the stress of rebuilding your life without your loved one. At Smart Lawsuit Funding we want to ease this process by helping you meet ends while your wrongful death settlement is being processed.
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Circumstances for a Wrongful Death Lawsuit
A Wrongful Death is a situation where a person dies because of negligence of another party.
Depending on the state you are in, the statute for wrongful death or the process of filing a suit, may be different. The process of distributing the award of a wrongful death lawsuit also may vary by state. The amount of the award to the estate of the deceased is dependent on a variety of factors including liability of personal injury, conscious pain and suffering and expenses incurred before the death of the deceased. With so many factors playing out in a wrongful death lawsuit – the case usually takes a long time to settle. In many situations, plaintiffs rely on obtaining a wrongful death settlement loans in order to cover living expenses.
Below are some criteria that makes wrongful death case eligible for settlement:
- The death of a human being
- The harm is caused by someone else’s negligence
- The survival of family members who are suffering monetary damages as a result of the wrongful death
- The assignment of a representative for the decedent’s estate.
Damages incurred from a wrongful death lawsuit
Financial consequences are the main measure of damages in a wrongful death lawsuit. These include the loss of support, services, lost prospect of inheritance, and medical and funeral expenses. The court understands that the damages awarded for a wrongful death must be fair and just compensation for the financial damages resulting from the death of the deceased.
Important Criteria for determining Financial Loss:
- The age, character and condition of the deceased, their earning capacity, life expectancy, health and intelligence, as well as the circumstances of those representing the deceased estate.
- Deceased financial situation at the time of death.
If you are a victim of a wrongful death lawsuit, you may use expert testimony to represent financial loss, such as your accountant or an economist. This information is also useful to underwriter when you are considering lawsuit funding.
The court compensates for the punitive damages based on state statutes. However, depending on the size and scope of the wrongful death circumstance, recouping all monetary damages can be deterred. You must discuss with your attorney to fully understand your rights. They will be able to advise you as to whether your state allows you to recover punitive damages and to what extent you may be compensated. Remember your case builds value as you and your attorney go through the process of making your claim. In many instances Smart Lawsuit Funding can provide addition funding for plaintiffs that have already received wrongful death lawsuit loans.
Process of how these cases are handled
A wrongful death claim must be filed by a representative on behalf of the survivors who suffer damage from the decedent’s death. They usually represent the deceased estate and can be:
- Immediate family members.In all states, immediate family members like spouses and children, including adopted children and parents of unmarried children can represent under wrongful death actions.
- Life partners and financial dependents
- Distant family members.Some states allow brothers, sisters, and grandparents, to file for wrongful death lawsuits.
- All persons who suffer financially.Some states allow all those who suffer financially from the death to file for a wrongful death action for loss of care or support, even if they are not related by blood or marriage to the victim.
- Parents of a deceased fetus.In some states, the death of a fetus can be the basis for a wrongful death suit.
Wrongful death lawsuits can be brought against a wide variety of persons, companies, government agencies, and employees. For example, in a wrongful death claim related to a motor vehicle accident involves defendants such as:
- the driver of an automobile accident
- the builder of a faulty roadway
- a government agent who failed to provide adequate warnings regarding hazards that caused the accident
- the manufacturer of a non-functioning part of the vehicle
- the persons who sold alcohol to the impaired driver
- the owner of the bar where the alcohol was served
How long wrongful death lawsuits take and why you may need wrongful death lawsuit loans.
There is no set time frame for the settlement of wrongful death cases. Therefore, Smart Lawsuit Loans is here to help you with wrongful death settlement loans while your case is pending. These times are difficult, and not only is there the financial burden but the pain and suffering of the death of a loved one take time to heal. Smart understands your immediate needs for settlement funding. Our lawsuit funding services will help you pave the way to recover the damages incurred from you wrongful death lawsuit.
Types of wrongful death cases eligible for wrongful death settlement loans
Wrongful death lawsuits involve all kinds of accidents from simple car accidents to complicated medical malpractice or product liability cases. Persons, companies, and governmental agencies can be sued and can be brought to justice for being legally at fault for acting negligently. Some of the types of wrongful death lawsuits eligible for lawsuit funding are:
- Medical malpractice that results in decedent’s death;
- Automobile or airplane accident;
- Occupational exposure to hazardous conditions or substances;
- Criminal behavior;
- Death during a supervised activity.
Application Process for Settlement Funding
Wrongful Death lawsuit loans are easy to obtain when you work with us at Smart Lawsuit Funding. All you have to do to start is by calling us at 888-327-7102 or apply directly on-line here!
You do not have to worry about the time-consuming process of obtaining paperwork! We do all that for you. We also manage all the attorney relationships on both ends. All you have to do is call us or fill out an on-line application form to receive lawsuit funding. Smart handles all the paperwork.
You do not owe us a penny if you do not win a settlement in court! Repayment is only made from the proceeds of your lawsuit. There are no monthly payments.
Why choose Smart Lawsuit Funding over another company?
In addition to offering low rates, We provides the best and unmatched quality customer service. But our most importantly, our services are fast, affordable and efficient. Smart provides wrongful death lawsuit loans on cases that other companies give up on. We work harder to get your case approved for a wrongful death settlement loan. You work with the most knowledgeable staff and underwriters that genuinely care and understand you immediate needs.
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States Eligible for Wrongful Death Lawsuit Loans
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.