Trip and Fall Lawsuit Loans

Trip and Fall Lawsuit Loans for Injured Trip & Fall Accident Victims

 

Risk-Free Settlement Cash Advances to Plaintiffs with Trip and Fall Lawsuits

Trip and fall accidents can happen anywhere and anytime. Not every trip and fall accident will result in physical injuries; however, when someone does sustain physical injury, the results can be catastrophic to the accident victims. Serious trip and fall accidents can result in the accident victim sustaining significant injury such as a tibia fracture, ankle fracture, kneecap fracture, shoulder tear, and torn meniscus tear, to name few. Serious bodily injury can render someone unable to work and perform their customary daily activities.

If you tripped and fell due to the negligence, carelessness, or recklessness of another person or business and hired a trip and fall lawyer to represent you in a personal injury action, we can provide you with a no-risk lawsuit loan against your expected trip and fall settlement.

Our lawsuit funding company offers trip and fall lawsuit cash advances from as low as $500 to as high as $200,000. The amount of money you can borrow from your pending lawsuit will depend upon the specific circumstances of your case, the diagnosed injuries, and the medical treatment rendered.

Although this may sound like a long and drawn out process, our trip and fall settlement loan process is actually very fast. It only takes us about 24 hours to get you a lawsuit loans on your fall down accident.

What is trip and fall lawsuit loan?

Our trip and fall lawsuit loans program is a specialty financial product designed to help seriously injured victims by providing fast cash advances to people were caused to trip and fall down to the ground due to the negligent act of another person or business. A trip and fall lawsuit loan should not be confused with a bank loan or financing based upon credit. Rather, this form of lawsuit lending is simply borrowing money against and expected settlement.

We do not perform a credit check and we do not charge an application just for applying for a lawsuit loans. Furthermore, if you are approved for a settlement loan on your trip and fall case, you don't make any monthly payments. Your attorney will pay back the lawsuit advance at the end of your case, if he / she is success at settling or winning an award or verdict from the defendant.

If you are stressing over bills, a loan on your trip and fall case can provide immediate financial relief. Trip and fall lawsuit loan puts cash in your hands now, so you can pay your bills and take care of your financial obligations.

Benefits of a trip and fall lawsuit loan

Lawsuit loans have saved tens of thousands of plaintiffs in the United States from financial disaster such as eviction, car repossession, ruined credit, phone service interruption, foreclosure proceedings, and utility disconnection.

Another beneficial aspect of our lawsuit loans is that, you don't make any payments unless your trip and fall attorney secure monetary compensation from the insurance company through a settlement, verdict, or award. That's correct, if you don't win or settle your trip and fall lawsuit, you can keep the accident loan and owe nothing at all to us!

Qualifying for this lawsuit settlement funding program is easy.

  • Immediate Cash $500 to $200,000
  • Fast and Easy Underwriting Process
  • Same Day Processing
  • No Monthly Payments
  • No Credit Checks
  • If you lose or don't Settle, Keep the Money and Owe Nothing!

Although the majority of plaintiffs use the lawsuit cash advance to pay their bills, car note, rent, medical treatment, surgery, mortgage, and other financial obligation, you can use the money for anything you need. It's your money to spend how you choose.

We are the go-to USA lawsuit loans company for seriously injured accident victims. We understand the challenges you are facing while waiting for a fair settlement for your pain and suffering and loss wages. Our team members are ready to ready help you.

To get started on your accident loan application, please fill out the short online application or call us to put in an application right over the phone. The call is toll-free and there's no obligation just for applying.

 


 

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Trip and Fall vs Slip and Fall Cases

Causes of trip and fall lawsuit

Trip-and-fall accidents involve at first a trip, where a person’s foot encounters an abrupt object coming up from the ground, which results in a fall to the ground.

Property owners are responsible for injuries that occur on their property. Dangerous conditions such as torn carpeting, changes in flooring, poor lighting, narrow stairs, wet floors, cracked sidewalks, or hidden hazards can cause trip and fall accident and fall accidents.

Trip and fall accidents can be extremely dangerous for those who unexpectedly catch their feet on uneven surfaces. These accidents are much more likely to occur when any of the following conditions exist:

  • Broken Pavement
  • Cracked Sidewalk
  • Unsecured Mats, Rugs, or Carpet
  • Obstruction in an aisle
  • Debris left on Stair
  • Unmarked Curbs and Stairs
  • Pothole in a Sidewalk
  • Power Cords

If you tripped and got hurt as a result of your fall and you have an attorney representing you in a personal injury accident, you can put in an application with our lawsuit funding company for a no-risk trip and fall accident lawsuit loans.

Slip/trip-and-fall accidents can occur in a variety of locations: supermarkets, restaurants, private residences, commercial buildings, parking structures, airports, bus terminals, train stations, public sidewalks and roadways.

These are the most commons trip and fall accident locations:

  • Floor
  • Sidewalk
  • Rental Apartment
  • Hallways
  • Ramps
  • Department Stores
  • Parking lots
  • Supermarkets
  • Building Entrances
  • Grocery Store

There is a reason for every fall, but these reasons may not always be obvious or clear. In order to be successful in a trip and fall lawsuit, the lawsuit plaintiff must establish that the reason for the fall was a dangerous condition or hazard that existed at the premises, which created an unreasonable risk of harm to the plaintiff, and that this unreasonably dangerous condition was either created by the defendant or had existed for sufficient time that the defendant should have become aware of the condition and rectified it.

Determining Liability

Although hundreds of thousands of people in the United States suffer injuries as a result of trip and fall accidents, only a few those cases ever make it to trial. And, even a smaller percentage of those that make it to trial are successful. In order to be successful, the plaintiffs and his / her accident lawyer must prove the following:

  1. Duty on the part of the defendant: The defendant owned, controlled or operated the premises.
  2. Notice: The defendant knew or should have known of the condition that could cause harm to the public.
  3. Dangerous condition: The condition that caused the plaintiff harm was dangerous and not a “minor” or trivial defect.
  4. Damages: The plaintiff suffered injuries as a result of the dangerous condition.

Duty

Duty basically means that the owner or occupier of the property has a responsibility to maintain the premises and address any conditions that may cause harm, all within reasonable means. A property where the manager and owner are not one and the same, an argument arises as to who actually had control of the premises at the time of the injury. Without proving defendant’s owed duty, the plaintiff cannot win the case.

Notice

Notice is a critical issue that must be established in a trip and fall case. Plaintiff’s attorney calls on experts to testify to the typical industry practices regarding inspection, maintenance and hazard prevention procedures. If the defendant is shown to have deviated from the industry practices, it may be possible to prove improper premises management resulting in a dangerous condition.

A more likely scenario is where the defendant claims to have had no knowledge of the hazard, but proven otherwise by the plaintiff’s attorney. If the plaintiff’s attorney can prove that the defendant failed to properly inspect the premises (for whatever reason), deviating for the standard procedures accepted by the industry, then constructive notice is established.

In places like supermarkets it is common sense that liquids may be spilled during normal hours of operations, and that someone should periodically check to see if an unreported spill has occurred. Failing to conduct a regular inspection does not excuse the defendant’s claim to lack of knowledge about the existing hazard.

Dangerous Condition

The injured accident victims must show that the defendant knew or should have known about the existing dangerous condition on the premises. The defendant could and should have taken care of this dangerous condition but didn’t – thus creating an unreasonable hazard which ultimately caused the injury. One other important fact must be proven in conjunction: that the premises were used as intended (in a manner that is typically expected.) A dangerous condition must be proven to be significantly different from a minor defect such as normal wear and tear that typically creates no potential for harm.

Damages

Simply claiming that the injuries suffered are a direct result of the accident is not that easy. There must be sufficient proof that the dangerous condition is responsible for diagnosed injuries (in other words, the mechanics of the fall and landing are consistent with the injuries being contested.)


Pre Settlement Funding For Trip and Fall Cases

Injury and Medical Treatment

The type of injury you sustained and treatment you have received will play a significant role in how much money we can advance you. Typically, the more serious the injury and invasive the treatment, the larger the amount of money can loan you. Common trip and fall injuries include:

  • Back and spinal cord injury
  • Broken bones
  • Brain Damage
  • Death
  • Coma
  • Fracture
  • TMJ, Temporomandibular Joint Disorders
  • Dental Injury
  • Laceration
  • Traumatic Brain injury

Trip and fall accident medical treatment usually involves physical therapy, interventional management, long term rehabilitation, and even surgery.

The most common trip and fall surgical procedures are:

  • Neck Surgery for cervical disc bulging
  • Back Surgery for herniated disc lumbar injury
  • Knee Surgery for torn meniscus /meniscal tear injury
  • Carpal Tunnel Release
  • Shoulder Surgery for rotator cuff tear
  • Ankle Surgery
  • Hand / Wrist Surgery
  • Spinal Fusion
  • Arthroscopic Surgery
  • Discectomy
  • Tibia/Fibula Fracture Open Reduction and Internal Fixation

If you or loved one was involved in a trip and fall accident and have sustained serious injuries or died as a result of the fall, we can get you a lawsuit cash advance in 24 hours with no credit check.