Boating Accident Cases

Injuries Sustained in Boating Accidents Qualify for Lawsuit Loans

Have you been involved in a boating accident?  Do you need legal financing in the form of a Legal funding for boating accident caseslawsuit loan?  Our funding professionals can provide a lawsuit cash advance to those with a pending settlement.  According to the United States Coast Guard (USCG), a boating accident is defined as one of three circumstances:

  • A boat passenger is seriously injured or dies
  • A boat passenger disappears and injury or death is suspected
  • A vessel causes or sustains damage

boating accident lawsuit fundingGet the legal financing you need.  We provide lawsuit loans for boating accident cases in the following states:

Alabama – Alaska – Arizona – CaliforniaConnecticutDelawareDistrict Of ColumbiaFloridaGeorgiaHawaii Idaho IllinoisIndiana  Iowa KentuckyLouisianaMaineMassachusetts MichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew York North CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahoma OregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth Dakota TennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyoming

Boating accidents are not limited to minor collisions. They are not to be taken lightly.  Every two and a half hours someone is injured or killed in a boating accident. On an average day the USCG investigates six vessel casualties involving collisions or grounding (a vessel being stuck in the mud); conducts 109 Search and Rescue cases; saves 10 lives; and assists 192 people in distress.   In Philadelphia, PA a tugboat collided with the city’s popular duck boat, a small boat used to conduct tours of the Philadelphia waterfront.  The driver of the tugboat was distracted by the use his cell phone and laptop computer and had been away for and extended period of time prior to the collision.  Two tourists died in the accident, others were injured.

Common causes of boating accidents:

  • The driver is under the influence of alcohol
  • Failure to adequately look out for other boats, objects, and people
  • The use of excessive speed
  • Inexperience drivers
  • Inattentive operation of boats

Can you use a lawsuit loan cash advance in the amount of $1,000, $2,000 or even $5,000 right now?  Let Interstate Lawsuit Funding get you the litigation funding you need while your boating accident case settles.

It’s not easy to recover from a boating accident, and most of the time the consequence of being involved in an accident is the inability to work and maintain a steady income.  Working with insurance companies can be frustrating and lead to an unfair settlement.  They will work hard to get you to settle for less than you deserve.  Don’t let insurance companies undermine your case and personal suffering. Get the pre-settlement cash advance lawsuit loan you need while your lawyer works to get you the cash you deserve.

Here at Interstate Lawsuit Funding, we understand the difficulty of going through an accident settlement case and the life adjustments that might have to be made while in the process.  We recognize that not all cases settle in a quickly, and litigation funding may be the best alternative to supplement income while you wait for your final settlement.  If you need to pay the rent or mortgage, a car payment, or every day expenses, apply for a pre-settlement cash advance with Lawsuit Funding.  Our professional staff will work diligently to ensure your requested lawsuit loan is expedited so you can use your cash advance as soon as possible.  Once your application has been accepted and processed you will receive a certified check via postal mail.  If, for some reason, your case is not won and you do not receive your final settlement, you owe nothing back to Interstate Lawsuit Funding.  We only get when you have received your final settlement.

Let Interstate Lawsuit Funding assist.  There is no risk and no credit check.  Our decision to provide settlement funding is based solely upon the merit of your case.  Get the funding you need by filling out the 30-second application.