Hit and Run Lawsuit Loans

Hit and run lawsuit loans

Like any accident, hit-and-runs leave a devastating impact on your physical and financial well-being. If you sustain injuries from a hit-and-run accident, you might need help paying for medical treatment or other living expenses while you recover.

Thankfully, pre-settlement funding can help you keep you financially afloat while you wait for your hit-and-run lawsuit to settle.

Here’s what you need to know about lawsuit claims for a hit and run and how a lawsuit loan may help.

What to Do If You Are a Victim of a Hit-and-Run

If you ever get hit by a driver and they flee the scene, immediately contact the police. When the police find the suspect, you may file a claim against their insurance company. However, if the police cannot find the driver, you must file a claim with your auto insurer. 

In the event of a hit-and-run accident, you should follow these steps to ensure your safety and build your case:

  • Call 911 and request an ambulance if you are injured;
  • Try to write down as much information as you can about the suspect’s vehicle including the model, year, color, and license plate number;
  • Get checked out by a doctor even if you don’t have serious injuries to make sure you don’t have any internal injuries;
  • Take photos of the scene, including your injuries and damage to your vehicle;
  • Record statements from potential witnesses who saw the accident; and
  • Contact a hit-and-run accident lawyer before speaking with the insurance company.

If you end up filing a hit-and-run lawsuit, this information may help strengthen your claim. Do not take any blame for the accident or allow the insurance company to take a recorded statement. They might use this information to lower or completely deny your claim.

Check Your Insurance Policy for Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Make sure you check your auto policy to see if you have uninsured motorist coverage (UIM).

This type of coverage typically covers damage you or your car sustains in a hit-and-run accident, especially if police cannot catch the suspect.

This portion of your policy also covers medical treatment costs, lost wages, and other damages if you have injuries.

Apply for Legal Funding Through Ally Lawsuit Loans Today

We understand how difficult it is to recover after suffering injuries in a hit-and-run crash. Often, these injuries put you out of work, causing bills to pile up as you receive treatment. At Ally Lawsuit Loans, we provide pre-settlement funding to plaintiffs who cannot wait for their hit-and-run lawsuit to settle.

Our risk-free loans provide cash to you for a variety of expenses while you recover, including rent, groceries, medical bills, legal fees, and more. Most importantly, you don’t have to pay back the loan unless you win your case.

If you have any questions about our hit-and-run lawsuit loans or would like to apply, give us a call at 844-771-2957. We guarantee the lowest interest rates in the industry and provide cash to approved applicants within 24 hours.

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