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The most tragic of all consequences of an accident or of negligence is the death of a loved one.
When a loved one passes away due to another person or entity’s fault, their survivors are entitled to file what is called a wrongful death claim, which allows them to claim compensation for the loved one’s death.
When your loved one passes away, the last thing you’re thinking of is probably money. But unfortunately, money can’t be ignored.
There are immediate medical and funeral expenses. But then there’s also all the money your loved one will no longer be able to make.
And, on a larger lever, compensation can help in some tiny way to alleviate the pain of the loss.
But it could take years to see any compensation.
You’ll have to get a lawyer, but you won’t get any money until you settle, which can take a very long time.
Wrongful death loans from Delta Lawsuit Loans, on the other hand, can take as little as a single day, and you’re eligible as soon as you hire an attorney.
You can have the cash you need in your bank account in the form of a pre-settlement cash advance as soon as tomorrow if you apply today.
Wrongful death includes the fatality of an immediate or distant family member, partner, dependents, or common-law spouse.
This can happen in a whole range of ways, from car accidents to slip and falls to medical malpractice to much more.
Any case in which one of the above people passes away at the fault of another person or entity, except for some exceptions, can result in a wrongful death lawsuit and a wrongful death settlement loan.
Whether the loved one who died was a relative or a spouse, if you’ve hired a lawyer to seek compensation on his or her behalf, you could also be eligible for wrongful death lawsuit settlements from our company to cover expenses between the death and settlement.
The executor of the victim’s estate is the one who files the lawsuit, but he or she does so on behalf of the victim’s survivors.
The survivors who are entitled to compensation are referred to as the real parties in interest; who these real parties in interest are is different in each state.
Immediately family members, which are spouses and children (and, in certain cases, parents), are real parties in interest in every state. Some states also allow distant family members, including siblings, to sue for wrongful death.
In some states, unmarried partners and common-law spouses can also sue for wrongful death, as can anyone financially impacted by the victim’s death, even if he or she was not married or related to the victim.
The details of the laws of whichever state you live in are something you should discuss with your lawyer.
If you do have the right to sue and you choose to hire a lawyer, you can request a lawsuit loan from us. Our company offers many types of personal injury lawsuit loans like medical malpractice, dog bites, slip & fall, and product liability lawsuit loans.
We’ll review your case with your attorney and let you know if we can fund your case as soon as the next day.
The defendants in a wrongful death lawsuit can be anyone who had responsibility for the victim’s death.
That can include many defendants even within the same case.
For example, in a medical malpractice case, you can sue anyone involved in the malpractice.
That could include the doctor responsible for the malpractice, the hospital where the malpractice occurred, and/or the manufacturer of the equipment responsible for the malpractice, depending on the circumstances of the case.
If the doctor was impaired, whoever gave him or her the intoxicating substance and/or the manufacturer of the substance could also be held liable.
The defendants in your wrongful death case can be cleared up between us and your attorney.
When you apply with Delta Lawsuit Loans for a lawsuit loan, we’ll find out all the specifics of your case from your attorney, and you’ll hear back from us in as little as 24 hours as to whether you are approved.
The value of a wrongful death lawsuit varies widely on the circumstances of the death. This can include how old and how healthy your loved one was before he or she died.
For example, the wife of a very old and sick man who dies due to medical malpractice will likely receive much less than the husband of a young and healthy woman who dies in a routine operation.
Furthermore, wrongful death lawsuits involving a victim who was receiving an income will end up yielding higher settlements than those involving, for example, retirees.
Medical expenses before the victim died and funeral expenses afterward also play a part, as do what is called non-economic damages.
Some of these less obviously quantifiable factors include loss of companionship and the pain and suffering of the victim before he or she died.
If you’re suing for wrongful death, no matter the exact condition of the victim before he or she died, we can help in some small way with a lawsuit loan.
Unlike traditional bank loans, settlement loans are tied to your case.
If it takes a year for your case to settle, a year from now is when we’ll get paid. If you lose your lawsuit, you won’t pay us a dime.
If your loved one lost his or her life to one of the above cases or to any other over which you’re suing, we can offer a lawsuit loan to help you get by until your full settlement comes in.
One of the things your eventual settlement will take into account is the medical and funeral costs for the victim and the money the victim is no longer bringing into the household.
Even if you get paid back for those expenses eventually, you can’t wait years to pay off your loved one’s medical bills and to bury him or her.
And you may not be able to live for years without the income he or she was bringing in.
If that’s the case, you should consider a lawsuit loan from us, which can allow you to make ends meet for the time it can take to win your settlement.
When you do eventually win your settlement, we’ll deal with your attorney and be repaid right out of the settlement. And if you lose your case and don’t settle, we won’t get paid at all. If you lose, you don’t pay us a cent. If you want to know the details you can contact us to know more.