Motor Vehicle Accidents and You

Let’s face it: getting in an accident is not an enjoyable experience.  Regardless of whether you are at fault or not, the process can be very time-consuming overall.  Consider the entire process that you have to go through: after the accident and assuming no one is critically injured, the police are generally called to come file a police report.  The insurance information is exchanged, and both parties usually end up filing a claim through their own insurance carrier; at a minimum it should be reported to both insurance companies.

The process is extended regardless of who you end up reporting the accident to.  Either insurance company has the duty of investigating the claim and all aspects of it before deciding liability, paying out on a claim and so forth.  For example, if you are rear-ended in a motor vehicle accident, there is a ninety-nine percent chance that either company would find the other party at fault.  However in order to get to that decision, they must first investigate both parties, conduct their own research, inspect the damage to the vehicles, provide estimates for the damage and so forth; however, this is just the physical damage side of the claim.  If you end up injured in the accident, a MED/PIP claim is then filed, and getting a payout for medical bills can also take a long time.

What can you do in the meantime? Is there no hope until everything is settled with the insurance companies or legal process? With Cash In Your Case, you can qualify for a $500 cash advance with a police report and a not at fault decision; this can be a huge help while waiting for the entire process to run its course. If your attorney can send us a copy of the police report, we can review and pending approval, send back the agreement and the $500 in the form of a check, prepaid debit card or cash right away.  Contact us for a lawsuit cash advance; call (800)526-8098.

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