What do you do when nobody claims responsibility for an accident?
June Weathers has been struggling for months, and it doesn't look like there's an end in sight.
On July 18th, a semi-truck hit an overhead utility wire, dragging it down and knocking out the power in her neighborhood. For her neighbors, this was an annoying inconvenience that was alleviated when the wire was fixed and power was restored. June's problems, however, were just getting started.
After the accident, there was a power surge that knocked out a pump in her basement that had been responsible for keeping out water. Since June had recently had surgery on her hips, she couldn't even go downstairs to check on this pump. After a few days, she asked a family member to go down and check things out. He was shocked to find that there was about three feet of water in the basement.
All in all, it cost June $60,000 to recover. Some of the things that were damaged can't ever be replaced, such as old pictures and family heirlooms. Certainly someone should pay for this, right?
Unfortunately for June, every company she's talked to about this has passed the blame onto someone else. She spoke to the trucking company that hit the line, but they claimed the lines were too low. When she spoke to the power company, they said that those lines weren't their fault and pushed her in the direction of another company. That company did an investigation and concluded they weren't at fault.
What's June to do? It's been six months and nobody had compensated her for an accident that surely has to be somebody's fault. It's time for her to get a great lawyer and take these entities to court, where this can all be sorted out. And to help her cover the extensive damages to her house and the expense of an ongoing court battle, she'll want Pre-Settlement Funding from a reliable company like us.
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