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Car accidents, slip and falls, and all different sorts of accidents happen in Wisconsin every day.
These accidents can cause serious damage to victims’ physical and emotional wellbeing, in addition to their financial stability.
Physical wellbeing has first priority, but it shouldn’t be the only thing you think about after an accident. Your financial wellbeing is also critical.
That’s why many victims of accidents that weren’t their fault decide to pursue a settlement or lawsuit.
The first step to doing that is hiring a lawyer. But even a lawsuit can take months or years to result in your getting any money.
In the meantime, you can consider applying for a lawsuit loan from Delta Lawsuit Loans.
You’re eligible to apply for one as soon as you hire a lawyer, which is the first step in pursuing a lawsuit anyway.
You can get the money without a credit or employment check, without restrictions on how you can spend it, and without the worry of paying back if you lose your case. It’s your money!
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation recorded 144,212 accidents in Wisconsin in 2018. Those accidents killed 576 people and injured 3,488 more.
There was, on average, just under one car accident every 3 ½ minutes that year in Wisconsin.
When you’re in an accident, it can be easy to be so shocked as to be forced into passivity.
But it’s important, if you can, to take an active role in ensuring the safety of everyone involved in the accident.
While three years is a long time, it’s better not to wait.
Hiring a lawyer early helps avoid any hiccups that, if they occur early on in the process, won’t affect your case, but if they occur late in the process, may derail your case and push you past the deadline.
Hiring a lawyer early also allows you to apply for a car accident loan from our company early.
Wisconsin follows a modified comparative negligence rule in determining how much to award each driver if anything.
If you were partially at fault for the accident, you can still sue in Wisconsin, but the amount you receive will be reduced in proportion to your share of the fault.
If, however, you were more at fault than the other driver, you can’t sue him or her. This is the modified part of modified comparative negligence.
As an example, consider a case in which you sustain $50,000 worth of damage but were 40 percent responsible for the accident.
In that case, a jury would subtract 40 percent from $50,000, which leaves you with $30,000.
If, however, you were anywhere from 50 to 100 percent responsible for the accident, not including 50 percent, you would not be able to collect anything.
If you don’t ever go to a trial, don’t think the modified comparative negligence rule doesn’t apply.
It may not come up formally, but the other driver’s insurer will want to estimate how much it stands to lose should the case go to trial.
That estimate depends on the modified comparative negligence rule, so the insurer will be sure to reduce its settlement offer in accordance with your share of the fault, just as a jury would do with its judgment.
We’ll review the details of your fault and all the details of your case with your lawyer after you apply for a pre-settlement cash advance.
We want to know the details because we decide whether or not to offer settlement funding for your case based on the facts of your case, not on factors like your credit score or whether you’re employed.
Car accidents aren’t the only accidents you can get into.
Another common type of accident that we see are slip and falls, which happen when someone gets hurt on someone else’s property.
Slip and falls are judged in Wisconsin pretty similarly to car accidents, with one exception: While the statute of limitations for suing over injuries sustained in a slip and fall is three years, just as for car accidents if you’re suing only for damaged property in a slip and fall, you have six years, rather than the three years you get to sue over damage caused by a car accident.
The modified comparative negligence rule works pretty much the same when it comes to slip and falls as when it comes to car accidents.
You can still sue if you were partially at fault, but you won’t get as much. In fact, the amount you’ll get depends on how much of the accident was your fault.
The jury will subtract the percentage of the accident that was your fault from the damages it finds.
For example, if you fell and suffered $5,000 in damages, but you were 10 percent responsible, the jury would subtract 10 percent of $5,000, which is $500. That leaves you with $4,500.
If you’re hurt in a slip and fall and you need money quickly, filing a lawsuit may not be enough. You might be willing to wait the months or years it may take to see your money out of a settlement, but your bills won’t wait. If you need cash sooner, a slip and fall loan from us may be the answer you’re looking for.
You can get cash as soon as 24 hours after you apply.
And unlike your lawsuit, it’s mostly you in control when it comes to getting your lawsuit loan quickly: The sooner your lawyer sends in the documents we need, the sooner we can make a decision about your case and get you funded.
No matter where in Wisconsin your case occurred, we’re able to fund it.
These are examples of cities in Wisconsin that we fund:
Don’t worry if your city or town’s not here.
These are only examples, and we can fund cases anywhere in Wisconsin, so don’t hesitate to apply for lawsuit funding from us.
Wisconsin is the waterpark capital of the world. If you’re a waterpark enthusiast, especially if you want to go to an indoor park in the wintertime, Wisconsin’s your place. More about water: Wisconsin’s home to more than 15,000 lakes.
You can also check out the NFL’s Panthers in Green Bay or the NBA’s Bucks and MLB’s Brewers in Milwaukee.
A lawsuit loan gives you the freedom you need to say no to low-ball offers and wait out the money you deserve.
While they’re not free if you win, Wisconsin settlement loans can pay for themselves if you would otherwise be desperate enough for money to agree to a settlement offer that’s less than you could get otherwise.
A pre-settlement cash advance from Delta Lawsuit Loans takes off some of the stress needing money can cause. In just 24 hours, you can have the cash you need and allow your lawyer to keep negotiating on your behalf.
And the money won’t even come with any restrictions on how you can spend it. When we say it’s your money, we mean it!
And the best part of a lawsuit loan is paying back––or not paying back. If you win, we get paid back straight out of the Wisconsin lawsuit settlement loans by your lawyer.
And if you lose, you don’t owe us a cent!