Passenger Injury Lawsuit Settlement Funding
Being injured in a motor vehicle accident as a passenger can cause not only health and anxiety issues, but it can also keep you busy setting your personal injury lawsuit. Unfortunately, such cases usually take several weeks or even months. Meanwhile, being injured may keep you from working, making it difficult to pay your bills. If you need cash now to keep afloat while your settlement is pending, Cronus can help.
Our team of legal professionals can design a cash advance plan to meet your specific needs, so you can pay your bills and take care of your family.
If you need cash now, don’t wait until your bills fall behind. Contact Cronus for a free consultation, and let us help you take the stress of unpaid bills off your shoulders while you wait for your motor vehicle passenger injury case to settle.
What do you do if you are a passenger in a car accident?
Call 911, file a police report, take photos of the accident scene and get eyewitness information. Seek medical attention, and contact a personal injury lawyer.
Can a passenger sue both drivers in a car accident?
If either driver is at fault, you can file a lawsuit against the responsible driver. If both drivers are partially at fault, you can sue both drivers for damages.
Can I claim whiplash if I was a passenger in a car accident?
If you seek medical attention after a car accident and are diagnosed with whiplash, you can sue the responsible driver for damages.
What happens if you are a passenger in an uninsured car and there is an accident?
If you have insurance, your liability insurance may cover personal injuries, even if you were not driving. If the other driver was at fault, you can sue for damages.
Which insurance coverage pays for injuries to passengers in your car when the accident was your fault?
The policy holder’s personal injury protection insurance (PIP) will cover medical payments, lost wages and other damages to passengers.
Does my auto liability insurance cover my passengers?
Auto liability insurance covers damages that you cause to another vehicle or driver. It does not extend to you or the passengers in your own vehicle.