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Personal injury cash advance helps auto accident victim

December 28, 2005 - Minneapolis, Minnesota

Auto accidents can happen unexpectedly and do. Such was the case with Paulette Peterson in November of 2004. Like many people she found herself injured in an auto accident and unable to work. Fortunately Lawsuit Cash Advance, LLC was there with a personal injury cash advance to help her get through the day.

Paulette's accident occurred in November of 2004. She was driving home from picking up her child from daycare, and she was hit head-on by another vehicle. As a result she had severe injuries and required many re-constructive surgeries. Paulette had facial fractures, a titanium plate put in the side of her face, broken ribs and a broken arm. The accident happened at the worst possible time -- a month before Christmas.

Paulette had a great job, but she couldn't go back to work right away because of her extensive auto accident injuries. The accident literally ruined her life and caused her to get behind on all her bills. She didn't even know how she was going to buy her daughter Christmas presents.

Paulette's personal injury attorney had told her that one possible solution to her predicament was to apply for a personal injury cash advance. The attorney explained that companies existed that provided auto accident victims with personal injury cash advances until their legal cases were settled. So Paulette began to do some research on the Internet for companies that offered these types of personal injury cash advances.

Paulette discovered that plenty of companies existed that offered lawsuit loans, lawsuit cash advances, lawsuit funding, pre-settlement funding and other forms of personal injury cash advances. However she also found that many of these so-called companies had very high rates or were simply brokers (not direct providers of the cash advances themselves). Finally Paulette found Lawsuit Cash Advance, LLC out of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

From the onset Paulette was surprised to find that the people at Lawsuit Cash Advance, LLC seemed to be genuinely interested in her situation and treated her like a person -- not just another client or paycheck. One thing that Paulette really like was that in the course of applying for her personal injury cash advance, she spoke with the same person almost every time she called, so working with someone who was familiar with her case wasn't a problem. And the person who worked with Paulette was very thorough and up front with her regarding how personal injury cash advances work. Even when it came to discussing rates, the Lawsuit Cash Advance, LLC representative was very forthright and honest about the fact that a personal injury cash advance could be an expensive way to get a short-term cash advance, but that under the circumstances it was probably the best way to go if Paulette considered the alternatives. And if Paulette received nothing from her claim, she owed Lawsuit Cash Advance, LLC nothing. Most importantly Paulette's representative did not pressure Paulette into making a quick decision or to apply for a larger personal injury cash advance than she really needed.

By getting a personal injury cash advance from Lawsuit Cash Advance, LLC, Paulette was able to enjoy Christmas and keep her (and her daughter's) life on track until she recovered from her auto accident injuries and was able to go back to work. Her personal injury accident case is still pending.

"I really like Lawsuit Cash Advance, LLC," Paulette says, "they're a wonderful bunch. They take the time to listen to what you have to say plus they have some of the best rates around when it comes to personal injury cash advances."

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