Road Rage Lawsuit Settlement Loans

Were You Injured In a Road Rage Incident? Need Cash Now?

TriMark Legal Funding provides cash advances to victims of road rage incidents nationwide.

Pre-Settlement Funding on Road Rage Incidents

TriMark Legal Funding is one of America’s premier lawsuit loan companies. We provide cash advances to plaintiffs injured in road rage incidents nationwide.

It’s Easy To Get Help; Qualifying Is Fast & Free

“Road rage is the expression of the amateur sociopath in all of us, cured by running into a professional.”

~ Robert Breault

Road Rage Incidents

Witnessing a road rage incident can be a scary and emotional event.

Particularly when you have no idea that an enraged driver is intentionally trying to harm you or one of the drivers around you.

It’s a bizarre combination of confusion, anxiety, stunned amazement, anger, fear, and disbelief.

That is, until after they’ve caused you to crash your car or triggered a multi-car accident.

If you are the unfortunate victim of a road rage incident and are behind on your bills, a cash advance from TriMark Legal Funding could help you get all caught up as quickly as tomorrow.

✔️ Were you seriously injured in a road rage incident?

✔️ Were you 100% NOT at fault?

✔️ Are you being represented by a contingent fee attorney?

✔️ Do you need money before your attorney finishes settling your case?

Lawsuit loans are designed to help injured plaintiffs regain control of their finances and stay afloat until their attorney finishes negotiating the financial compensation they deserve.

If you can answer yes to all four questions above, you may qualify for a pre-settlement funding cash advance from TriMark Legal Funding. And if you do, you could receive cash in as little as 4 hours after you are approved.

Need A Cash Advance On Your Car Accident Lawsuit?

Call us at (877) 932-2628 or send us your contact info and we’ll call you.

    Potentially aggressive actions – such as tailgating, erratic lane changing, or illegal passing – are a factor in up to 56% of fatal car crashes.

    Road Rage: It’s Bad And Getting Worse

    “Aggressive driving has become a topic of concern over the last few decades, and for good reason. In an analysis of 10,037 police reports and newspaper stories about traffic accidents that led to violence, the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found “road rage” contributed to 218 deaths and 12,610 injuries between 1990 and 1996. Worse, AAA found that road rage incidents increased nearly 7% each year within that period. ”
    American Psychological Association

    Temporary Insanity Or Something Else?

    In a road rage incident, people just seem to lose their minds for a minute.

    It’s as if something evil suddenly reached in, took over, and started running the show.

    Most drivers witness aggressive driving tactics such as speeding, erratic lane changes, tailgating, and illegal passing on a daily basis.

    But there is an important legal difference between aggressive driving and road rage. Road rage is a criminal offense because drivers engaging in this behavior are acting with the specific intent to cause harm.

    Road Rage Or Just Aggressive Driving?

    There is an important legal distinction between aggressive driving and road rage.

    Aggressive driving is a civil offense and often results in citations for speeding, improper lane changes, etc.

    Road rage is a criminal offense because it requires the element of intent. Drivers engaging in road rage are acting with the specific intent to cause harm.

    At TriMark Legal Funding, we provide non-recourse pre-settlement funding and post-settlement funding to seriously injured plaintiffs throughout the United States, often in 24 hours or less.

    1st: DO NO HARM

    We can only offer legal funding to plaintiffs who were 100% NOT INVOLVED in the road rage incident and were not engaging with or provoking the enraged driver before the crash.

    If the police report states that your conduct was to any degree responsible for the accident, you will not be approved for a lawsuit cash advance.


    Road rage is a crime that can be prosecuted under both civil law and criminal law.

    • Civil lawsuits result in monetary penalties like a negotiated settlement or jury verdict
    • Criminal lawsuits result in penalties like prison sentences, probation, and restitution

    IMPORTANT: TriMark ONLY provides lawsuit funding to plaintiffs on civil lawsuits.

    To qualify, plaintiffs must:
    Be represented by a contingent fee attorney
    B). Bear 0% fault for causing the accident, and
    C). Have filed a civil lawsuit against a sufficiently-insured defendant that will pay a monetary settlement or jury award after they lose.

    It’s okay if civil and criminal charges are pending against the defendant, but we can only consider funding on the civil portion.

    Have Questions?
    Call and speak with one of our funding experts today.

    An innocent victim of road rage: Driving to work at 5:30 am, an innocent driver is struck by an out-of-control victim of road rage.

    Road Rage Accident Funding FAQ

    Yes, we can provide lawsuit cash advances to injured plaintiffs as long as they were not engaging with, or provoking the enraged driver prior to the accident. We can ever offer settlement funding on airbag injury accidents and soft tissue injury accidents.

    Why is “not engaging with, or provoking” so much of a factor in road rage incidents?

    In non-recourse lawsuit funding, we only get paid back if the plaintiff wins their case.

    If the plaintiff’s conduct was even partly responsible for causing the accident, they will, in all likelihood, not win their case.

    Contributory and comparative negligence laws differ from state to state. In some states, for example, if an injured plaintiff is found to be even 1% responsible for causing their injuries, the defendant’s insurance company doesn’t have to pay them anything. The majority of states, however, use some variation of a percentage system for assigning liability.

    Insurance companies rely heavily on contributory and comparative negligence laws to mitigate their losses. If they can argue successfully that the plaintiff’s own conduct was a contributing factor to the accident, they can minimize or even eliminate paying any damages.

    Have Questions?
    Call and speak with one of our funding experts today.

    How Lawsuit Loans Work

    TriMark Legal Funding specializes in helping personal injury accident victims.
    Our non-recourse legal funding is a simple 3-step process:

    1. Apply for Funding

    You can either apply online or call us toll-free at (877) 932-2628. We’ll answer all of your questions and gather some basic facts about your case.

    2. Review & Approval

    Our team will work directly with your attorney to review your case. Approvals can happen as quickly as 1 hour after receipt of all required information.

    3. Receive Cash

    A funding agreement is sent via DocuSign. After signed copies are returned, your cash is sent to you by wire transfer or FedEx Overnight.

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    It’s fast, free, and easy to qualify for road rage pre-settlement funding.

    At a minimum, all you need to qualify is that you must:

    • Have received significant injuries
    • Be represented by a contingent-fee attorney
    • Have clear liability against a sufficiently-insured defendant

    Isn’t it finally time for you to take back control of your finances?

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    Latest Developments in Road Rage News…

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