A wrongful death claim is based on the notion that a deceased person was killed as a result of negligence on the part of the person or entity being sued and that the deceased person's family or heirs are entitled to monetary damages as a result of the negligence or improper act.
Accidental death and wrongful death are sometimes used interchangeably but from a legal standpoint they are not similar at all. Wrongful death always requires the presence of some sort of negligent act.
Death is almost never an easy or pleasant subject to discuss. Equally unpleasant are the conversations about bills or money, especially when the victim was the primary breadwinner or head of the family. It is often a necessary and pressing subject of discussion however.
When a family member is killed due to the negligence or carelessness of other people, there is always pain and anger, frustration, loss, extra expenses and uncertainty; especially financial uncertainty.
But while you're busy adjusting to your new reality, your bills and other financial responsibilities don't just go away; they keep on coming. And without the income you're accustomed to it is easy to fall behind. TriMark Legal Funding LLC is here to help you make sure that doesn't happen.
And while you wait for your attorney to do the work required for your lawsuit to settle favorably, TLF can help you stay on top of bills and expenses with a lawsuit cash advance or a pre settlement loan.
With your attorney's cooperation, a settlement advance can put cash in your hands in as little as 24 to 48 hours! A lawsuit cash advance is not a loan, so there are no credit checks, no income or employment requirements, no monthly payments and no up-front or out-of-pocket costs either.
And best of all is that litigation funding is 100% RISK-FREE for plaintiffs because you only repay the advance if you win your case. If you lose your case or your case doesn't settle, you are under no obligation to repay the advance! The most important thing for us is the merit of your case and how strong the liability is on your wrongful death suit.Scroll to Top