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Dog Bite Lawsuit Funding

Many people have dogs as pets. It’s common to see people taking their dogs for walks down the street or at a park. However, some dogs aren’t as friendly. If they aren’t socialized correctly, they could attack and bite someone, and cause devastating injuries. If you’ve been injured by a dog or other animal and are in the process of filing an injury lawsuit, you may find yourself in a situation where you’re unable to pay back all of your medical bills and expenses while you wait for the case to settle. If this situation sounds familiar, you may be able to get the financial relief you need with dog bite lawsuit funding from Preferred Capital Funding.

You may feel wary of applying for funding, but there’s inherently no risk to you. In most states, you do not have to pay back the funding if you do not win your case. If you do win your case, you pay us back in one lump sum—it isn’t stretched out in small monthly payments. You’ll also know the exact amount you’ll pay back so there aren’t any surprises when it’s time to do so. We add the interest and additional fees beforehand, so you have the right number in your head.

Dog Bite Injuries Can Be Costly

Dog bite injury victims can suffer from many kinds of injuries. Dogs have sharp teeth and powerful jaws that can cause bone fractures. Bites can cause serious lacerations and scarring that lasts for the rest of the victim’s life. Someone could have a part of their body permanently disfigured, which has both physical and mental implications. If a limb is disfigured, they may not be able to continue to do their job. There’s also an emotional toll, which could be from loss of enjoyment of life. If their face is permanently disfigured, they may struggle with how their life has changed since the encounter with the dog. A dog can also spread diseases that are painful and life-threatening to people, which include:

  • Rabies
  • MRSA
  • Tetanus
  • Capnocytophaga bacteria
  • Pasteurella

All these injuries will most likely require professional medical care. Some may need hospitalization and/or corrective surgeries to fix. These costs are not inexpensive. An attack from a dog can also have lasting mental effects. The victim may develop a fear of dogs, avoid the place where the attack took place, be scared to go somewhere that could possibly have dogs, and have issues with the constantly reliving the event.

There’s also the awkwardness of the claim to deal with as well. You may know the dog owner, which makes the situation difficult to deal with. However, it’s important to remember they weren’t in control of their dog when it harmed you. You need and deserve compensation for your injuries. But if the claim is taking longer than you’d thought and all these things are on your shoulders, you can suffer from a considerable amount of stress.

While there’s a heavy emotional toll with a dog bite case, you can alleviate some of the financial pressure with lawsuit funding. With this out of your mind, you won’t have to worry about bills and can let the legal process go at the pace it’s supposed to go.

Getting Your Pre-Settlement Funding

The process of getting lawsuit funding is fairly simple. In order to qualify, you need to be involved in a personal injury claim where someone’s negligent actions caused your injuries. It’s also vital for you to speak with your lawyer about this option. We work with attorneys, but if they aren’t willing to work with us, we cannot approve your application. If your attorney will work with us, then we can proceed.

After you’ve gone over the appropriate amount of funding to ask for, you can fill out the application in minutes. We will need to be able to contact your attorney to continue the process. You also don’t need to worry about accessibility. We have offices in four states: Illinois, Ohio, Missouri, and Nevada, but most settlement fund matters can be handled over the phone, so you don’t have to come in.

Once you’re approved, you’ll have the money you need in a timely manner. Sometimes, it can be less than 24 hours, or at most a few business days. Then you can start to pay for the expenses you’ve needed to take care of.

Preferred Capital Funding Can Help You

Being involved in dog bite litigation can be stressful, especially when you’re depending on your compensation to afford what the incident cost you. But you don’t have to wait for your case to reach a settlement to get the money that you need.

Our funding options are meant to provide monetary recovery for your injuries. You can rest assured that you’ll be able to take care of your financial responsibilities and won’t have to worry about rushing your claim to get a settlement. Apply for lawsuit funding today.

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