Monthly Archives: January 2015

Workers Comp Loans

Workers Comp Loans are available from $500 to $50,000+ in as little as 12-24 hours. Fast, affordable and only repay if you win your case!

TriMark Legal Funding LLC also offers lawsuit loans if you’ve had an accident at work.

7 hurt in SEPTA bus, trash truck accident
A minimum of seven people are injured after an accident involving a SEPTA bus and a … The accident took place around 4:00 p.m. Wednesday at Broad and …
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Expenses intend to improve texting while driving law
“We have an epidemic throughout this country and in Florida of sidetracked driving and it” s getting worse. It” s a free-for-all out there, ” stated Rep. Irving “Irv ” …
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LBPD advises motorists not to be distracted throughout the vacations
Other traffic accident aspects have actually consisted of offenses attributed to sidetracked driving, specifically by drivers unlawfully using mobile phone and texting while …
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Motorbike crashes, deaths increase 23 pct. in SoCal: Gas rates, economy criticized
A KPCC analysis of statewide crash information found total bike … motorcycle mishaps in California plunged 16 percent the following 2 years …
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Authorities age discrimination lawsuit goes to trial
After winning a previous age discrimination suit based upon his removal from the department” s Unique Investigations Unit, Peterson declared he was …
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One eliminated, a number of hurt in two crashes on I-85 in Alamance County
The death occurred in a crash involving a fire department automobile and … The cannon fodder was injured when a Greyhound bus hit a freeway patrol SUV, officials said. … Nobody on the bus was thought to be seriously injury.
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Jones Act Lawsuit Funding

Jones Act Lawsuit Funding from $500 to $250,000 or more to those seriously injured in a maritime accident or accident at sea. Learn more

Jones Most people are unaware of the liabilities associated with working on a sea vessel. Seamen and other maritime workers, those working under said U.S. vessels for whatever purpose, often incur injuries and sometimes even death due to various circumstances. Because these workers cannot get reparation like most land-workers through workers’ compensations, the only way for maritime workers to be properly remedied with incurred injuries and damages is through the Jones Act. The Jones Act is not to be confused at all with the Death on High Seas Act, which is another maritime law in the United States that does not apply to coastal and in-land navigable waters.

The Jones Act covers these types of maritime accidents (not all-inclusive):

  • Accidents at Sea
  • Barge Accidents
  • Cargo Ship Accidents
  • Container Ship Accidents
  • Crab Boat Accidents
  • Fishing Boat Accidents
  • Oil Rig Accidents
  • Oil Platform Accidents
  • Oil Tanker Accidents
  • Ship Accidents
  • Tug Boat Accidents

The Jones Act serves to protect the rights of the sea workers or seamen, along with fishermen, oil rig workers, among others. Once these rights are violated, sea workers are then entitled to file lawsuits against employers for damages against the alleged violations. Maritime employers have a lot of legal duties that if left unfulfilled, may be deemed negligent on their part. If these responsibilities are not properly handled and a maritime worker has been injured provided with adequate proof, odds are that defendants lose the lawsuit cases.

On the other hand, a number of lawsuits have surfaced that have found other ways in which maritime workers can receive other compensation, as seen in the Pennsylvania multidistrict litigation presided by Judge Eduaro Robreno. Other cases also include plaintiffs not being able to receive proper compensation for incurred injuries, as the injuries must be physical and a direct result of the employer’s failure to ensure safety measures for the care of the worker. Such was the case in the Skye versus Maersk Line.

It is generally deemed by most law professionals that Jones Act lawsuits are usually very sticky cases. Because of the broad range of the Jones Act, not many lawyers have the best expertise in cases related to the Jones Act.

Contact TriMark Legal Funding LLC today to learn more about Jones Act Lawsuit Funding.

Lawsuit Loan North Carolina

Lawsuit Loans North Carolina

If you have been involved in a serious car accident in North Carolina, because of laws specific to that state, TriMark Legal Funding LLC is able to offer lawsuit loans and non-recourse lawsuit funding in amounts from $25,000 to $150,000 or more, depending on the severity of injuries and defendant’s insurance policy limits. Minimum case value to qualify for funding must be at least $400k to $450K. To learn more visit here.

Numerous wrecks on interstate in Mebane; one deadly
According to the Mebane Authorities Department, at 8:01 a.m., Mebane Fire and EMS workers reacted to a single-vehicle mishap in a ditch off the …
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High Point woman killed in I-85 Christmas Eve wreck

An Alamance County trooper reacting to the crash was injured when a bus struck his N.C. Freeway Patrol SUV. He and 10 bus passengers were taken …
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NY guy guilty of murder in deadly crash
ITHACA, N.Y. (AP)– A 20-year-old central New York man has been discovered guilty of murder in a head-on crash that killed two individuals last New …
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MTA Bus Driver Apprehended After Casualty in Brooklyn, Police State
MTA bus motorist Reginald Prescott, 57, was arrested and charged with violation of highway law and failure to yield after fatally striking a 78-year-old …
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One killed, several hurt in I-85/ 40 wrecks near Mebane
Mebane Fire Department firefighters were replying to a single-car crash on the rain-slick freeway at about 8 a.m. when an SUV driven by Tiffany …
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Four injured in automobile accident in Herington
The Kansas Highway reports 4 were injured in a two-vehicle mishap Monday in Herington, consisting of a 17-year-old teenager and her 13-year-old …
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