If you suffered a serious or catastrophic injury in a car accident or other type of accident, you may eventually recover completely or you may be left with disabilities. In either case, you are likely to face many challenges along the way to recovery, such as:
- Costly medical treatments such as surgery, medication regiments, and physical therapy
- A recuperation and rehabilitation period that may last for weeks, months, or even a year or longer
- Lingering effects that may prevent you from returning to the same job you did before the accident, or returning to work at all
Any injury which severely impacts your quality of life is serious and in some cases catastrophic when there is no likelihood of a complete recovery. In some cases, you might require assistance with activities of daily living (ADL) for months, years, or even the rest of your lifetime. You will have not only medical bills to pay and lost wages to replace but also long-term lifestyle changes to cope with. A spinal cord injury or a traumatic brain injury (TBI) may leave you with lasting disabilities requiring ongoing accommodations, such as:
- Personal care services, such as help with bathing and other ADLs
- Home remodeling and modifications, such as installation of ramps, widening of doorways, installation of grab bars, and lowering of kitchen and bathroom countertops
- Modified or special transportation, such as a wheelchair-ready van
- Acquisition of costly durable medical equipment such as a motorized wheelchair, a lift and/or a step-in bathtub
- Vocational rehabilitation services
Common Delays And Challenges After A Serious Injury
While your accident lawsuit may hold great promise of eventually bringing you financial relief, it may also take months or even years to reach its conclusion. Meanwhile, your immediate and long-term needs cannot always wait. Financial hardships may put great pressure on you and your family as you wait to receive compensation after a car accident or other serious incident.
Disagreements may develop between you and your doctors on one side and insurers or legal opponents on the other side as to what treatments are medically necessary and when you will be ready to return to work. Your personal injury lawyer and your legal opponent may disagree on issues of negligence and liability, which could result in your case going to trial.
A Welcome Source Of Financial Relief Before Your Case Is Resolved
While you are waiting for your case to resolve, you and your family may exhaust your savings and experience financial difficulties. CaseAdvance© provides a funding option through pre-settlement funding. Your accident lawsuit may hold great promise of bringing you financial relief, but it may also take months to reach its conclusion. Meanwhile, financial hardships may put great pressure on you and your family.
CaseAdvance© Fills In Time And Money Gaps After A Serious Injury
As trial lawyers with more than 40 years of combined experience, the founders of CaseAdvance© understand the monetary difficulties you will likely face along with your recovery challenges. We would like the opportunity to explain how pre-settlement funding can help you overcome major financial hurdles and setbacks. We have helped thousands of injury victims and their families by allowing them to tap into their expected settlement or trial verdict through our risk-free cash advances. Your eligibility does not depend on your credit score or income — and if you lose your case, you will owe us nothing.
A CaseAdvance© is not a loan but rather a way to tap into your expected settlement in advance. Your eligibility does not depend on your credit score or income. If you lose your case, you will owe us nothing.
We Are Here To Help The Injured Bridge The Financial Gap Created By The Harsh Realities Of Recovery After A Spinal Cord Or Traumatic Brain Injury
Do you need cash now after a slip-and-fall accident? Ask your lawyer to call CaseAdvance©. From our California offices, we assist people nationwide who have suffered catastrophic injuries. Attorney referrals are welcome. Call 800-203-7621 toll free or send an email inquiry, and we will respond quickly.