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Tribeca Capital Group LLC: Tribeca Capital Group Helping Victims of Pedestrian & Vehicle Accidents

A Leader in Lawsuit Loans Funding Pedestrian and Vehicular Accidents

EAST LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / July 11, 2024 / In an age where sensor technology allows many vehicles to avoid serious crashes, it's sobering to confront the stark reality that pedestrian accidents remain a persistent and pressing concern on our roads. Despite numerous safety campaigns and advancements in vehicle safety features, the statistics paint a grim picture: pedestrians continue to be vulnerable targets of road accidents, with the repercussions ranging from minor injuries to tragic fatalities.

According to recent data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), pedestrian fatalities account for a significant portion of all traffic-related deaths. In the United States alone, an average of over 6,000 pedestrians are killed each year in traffic crashes. This alarming figure translates to approximately one death every 88 minutes.

Moreover, the statistics reveal an unsettling trend concerning hit-and-run incidents. A substantial portion of pedestrian accidents involve drivers fleeing the scene, leaving victims without immediate aid and accountability. In fact, nearly 20% of pedestrian fatalities in the U.S. are the result of hit-and-run crashes, amplifying the challenges in both preventing and addressing such incidents.

Pedestrian accidents are not merely statistics; they represent lives forever altered and families shattered by tragedy. In the aftermath of pedestrian accidents, victims and their families are often left grappling with not only physical injuries but also emotional and financial burdens.

Most accident victims have no ready source of cash to get them through the periods when they can't work. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 40% of American workers have access to long-term disability benefits, and 35% with short-term disability benefits. Of course, victims who are unemployed or self-employed are out of luck.

Many turn to the legal system in pursuit of justice and compensation for their losses. Serious accidents often result in loss of income and high medical bills. Lawsuits filed by pedestrian accident victims typically seek damages for medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and in cases of fatalities, wrongful death.

"Navigating the complex legal proceedings can be difficult for victims already struggling with physical and emotional injuries. The legal battles to bring victims some hope for a normal life can take months and years just to reach an acceptable settlement," says Rory Donadio, founder of Tribeca Lawsuit Funding.

When victims can't work, they can't support their families, and often must rely on underfunded social services, food pantries, and charity medical clinics. Tribeca Lawsuit Funding may be able to help. Normally, a victim never sees a penny of compensation until the case results in a judgment or a settlement. A lawsuit loan from Tribeca, if you qualify, can put cash in your pocket now rather than making you wait until you resolve your legal issues.

Donadio explains, "A lawsuit loan advances your money that you can use now. You're not required to repay a lawsuit loan unless you win or settle your case. Tribeca will be paid back from the settlement proceeds. If for some reason you don't win or the case doesn't settle, Tribeca forgives the loan. You'll never have to make payments out of your pocket. It's that simple."

If you have a pending pedestrian accident case or any other personal injury case, we encourage you to call Tribeca Lawsuit Loans at (866) 388-2288. We can take your application over the phone and answer your questions about getting value from your case now, long before it's concluded.

SOURCE: Tribeca Capital Group LLC



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