Pegasus Legal Funding Practices

We can help receive your financial stress from your accident. Fill out the form to your right and get the money you need. Pegasus Legal Funding funds many different types of personal injury cases. Find out details on how to get a lawsuit cash advance from us here.

We specialize in funding:

Motor vehicle accidents

Motor vehicle accidents are one of the most common causes of personal injuries. Motor vehicle accidents can vary in severity depending on the type of accident. Common types of motor vehicle accidents include:

  • Rear-end collisions
  • Side-impact collisions
  • Sideswipe collisions
  • Flipped vehicles
  • Head-on collisions
  • Single vehicle accidents
  • Multi-vehicle pile-ups

Although it seems like fault should be easier to determine in motor vehicle accidents than other types of personal injury cases, reaching a settlement in an automobile injury case can often be a lot harder than expected. Multiple vehicles and various traffic infractions can make determining liability much more difficult. Further, some claims will even involve the manufacturers of the motor vehicles or motor vehicle parts, which could have contributed to the accident because of negligent design or manufacture. Even seemingly simple motor vehicle accident cases can take months or years to resolve.

If you have been the victim of an automobile accident and need money before you get your personal injury settlement, give Pegasus Legal Funding a call today!

Truck accidents

Although trucking accidents make up only a small percentage of automobile accidents, the injuries the accidents cause are often much more severe than other types of automobile accidents. Common causes of trucking injuries include:

  • Truck jackknifing
  • Overloaded trucks
  • Debris falling from truck
  • Truck driver fatigue
  • Improper cargo loading
  • Poor vehicle maintenance
  • Brake malfunctioning or brake failure

Trucking accidents can cause serious injury or death to the truck driver, other drivers, and pedestrians. Many trucks are owned by large corporations, which have a legal staff waiting to find a way to avoid liability. Thus, it often takes time to obtain a settlement from a trucking accident.

If you have been the victim of a truck accident and need legal funding, give Pegasus Legal Funding a call today!

Labor law

Labor law includes regulations on many things such as:

  • Unsafe work condition
  • Civil rights violations
  • Discrimination
  • Threats to public safety

Many states have complicated labor laws and reaching a fair settlement can take time. Fortunately, Pegasus Legal Funding can provide a lawsuit cash advance to many plaintiffs who have a pending labor lawsuit.

If you have a lawsuit based on labor law and need lawsuit funding, give Pegasus Legal Funding a call today!

Construction negligence

Construction zones are full of large, heavy equipment and high scaffoldings that pose a serious danger to workers and individuals that have to pass the construction zone. Common types of construction accidents include:

  • Crane accidents
  • Ladder failures
  • Heavy equipment accidents
  • Faulty equipment accidents
  • Burns
  • Scaffolding accidents
  • Electrocutions
  • Commercial vehicle accidents
  • Tractor trailer accidents

Construction accidents can result in permanent injuries or even death. Individuals who have been injured in construction accidents often need to receive their personal injury settlement as soon as possible. Sometimes the legal system just can’t provide the settlement money to the victim when they need it. Pegasus Legal Funding provides money to individuals that have been injured in construction accidents when they do not have time to wait for the legal system.

If you have suffered injuries from a construction accident and need cash now, give Pegasus Legal Funding a call at 800-910-0360.

FELA (Railroad)

Railroad employees who are hurt on the job are covered by a federal law called the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA). Under FELA, railway companies have a duty to provide a safe work environment for railroad employees. If the employer fails to enact or enforce appropriate safety measures, the railroad may be liable for injuries or deaths in the workforce. Common accidents that cause railroad injuries include:

  • Collisions with other trains
  • Derailments
  • Collisions with vehicles
  • Accidents due to mechanical failure
  • Exposure to toxic chemicals

FELA is in place to ensure that railroad workers injured on the job are able to receive just compensation for their injuries. Although the FELA is in place to protect the rights of injured railroad workers, many railroad companies and employers have access to powerful legal counsel and attempt to avoid their responsibilities. Thus, it often takes an extended period of time to reach a settlement in a FELA liability case.

If you have a pending FELA case and need cash before you are going to be able to receive your settlement, call Pegasus Legal Funding today.

Jones Act (Maritime)

Maritime law is the branch of international law that governs personal injury cases related to sea navigation. Common causes for accidents at sea include:

  • Lack of appropriate equipment
  • Unsafe working conditions
  • Ignored safety statutes and standards
  • Inability to provide medical treatment after an accident
  • Failure to provide safety gear or appropriate training
  • Inadequate training or safety measures

Maritime law includes many different pieces of legislation, such as the Jones Act. The Jones Act is a federal law passed to protect seamen. Under the Jones Act, a seaman can recover money if he was injured because his employer failed to provide a safe place to work. The Jones Act is one of the most protective laws in the United States and can be used to hold an employer liable for the slightest negligence. The accident does not have to even occur on a vessel. Although the Jones Act is very beneficial to personal injury victims, it still takes time to get a desirable settlement.

If you have a personal injury case based on a maritime injury and need cash now, give Pegasus Legal Funding a call. We provide non-recourse cash advances to plaintiffs who are waiting for a settlement based on maritime law.

Premises negligence

Premise liability is a section of law that determines whether the controller of a building or property is legally liable for an injury a visitor suffered while on the premises. Common premise liability cases are based on:

  • Failure to maintain the premise
  • Negligent security or maintenance
  • Dog bites and animal attacks
  • Sidewalk or roadway defects
  • Poorly lit stairs, steps, or parking areas
  • Falling debris or hanging hazards
  • Carbon monoxide leaks
  • Ice covered steps or walkways
  • Unsafe elevators & escalators

Premise liability can get very complicated because the law assigns different statuses to individuals depending on the time and place they were injured. Recovery for a victim of a premise injury can depend on whether the victim is considered an invitee, licensee, or trespasser when they were injured. Further, the owner, tenant, occupier, or manager could be responsible for the injury, depending on the circumstances. Plaintiffs who have a premise injury lawsuit sometimes have to wait years to receive a settlement because of the complicated nature of premise liability.

If you have suffered a premise injury and need money before your case can be resolved, give Pegasus Legal Funding a call!

Slip and fall/trip and fall

Slip and fall/trip and fall accidents happen every day. Common causes of slip and fall/trip and fall accidents include:

  • Weather conditions
  • Plumbing issues
  • Uneven steps or floors
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Unnecessary clutter

Regardless of the cause, these accidents can lead to serious injuries. Whether it is a sprained ankle, broken back, head injury, or some other type of injury, a slip and fall or trip and fall injury can affect all aspects of the victim’s life for many years to come. Although victims are often compensated for their injuries, it takes time to achieve a desirable settlement agreement.

If you have suffered a slip and fall/trip and fall injury and need money now, call Pegasus Legal Funding for a free case evaluation today!

Wrongful death

Wrongful death lawsuits can be very difficult to manage. Individuals are still dealing with the grief from the loss of a loved one as well as the financial burden the death caused. Wrongful death settlements can remove some of the financial burden by providing the family with money for:

  • Medical bills
  • Burial
  • Funeral expenses
  • Lost income
  • Grief and stress
  • Any other expenses brought about by the wrongful death

The family of the wrongful death victim often needs money immediately to cover burial and funeral expenses. Although wrongful death settlements can relieve some of the financial burden on the family, the settlement is usually not available in time to pay for these expenses.

If you need money to cover expenses resulting from a wrongful death and do not have time to wait for a settlement, call Pegasus Legal Funding.

Medical malpractice

Medical malpractice can lead to some of the most damaging personal injuries. Medical malpractice cases can occur because of:

  • Surgical mistakes
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Medication errors
  • Bacterial infections
  • Chiropractic malpractice
  • Dental malpractice
  • Emergency room errors
  • Nursing home neglect
  • Pharmacy errors

Unfortunately, medical malpractice can lead to very complicated and lengthy lawsuits. Medical malpractice victims typically have to wait months or years to receive their medical malpractice settlements. The medical bills and expenses that result from a medical malpractice case are often impossible for medical malpractice victims to manage without financial assistance.

If you have been a victim of medical malpractice and need a non-recourse cash advance on your settlement, give Pegasus Legal Funding a call.

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  1. Greetings!
    Salient facts: My father (Larry W. Johnson, deceased 3.31.14) and mother (Essie) married in 1967. Three children born to the marriage: Me, Kevin and Michael, respectively. My parents split circa 1977, and reunited circa 1979. When they separated, we were building a new house in Newton, N. C. Mother and sons did not move into the new house. Upon our return circa 1979, father was often unemployed due to alcoholism. He lost job after job, and he continued his conduct for approximately five years. In the meantime, mother held a job and maintained the residence, well, everything. Eventually, mother employed him at the restaurant she managed. Later, my grandmother mortgaged land and other assets to purchase a “rollback” truck to haul cars. Of course, he neither disclosed his finances with us nor did we derive any financial benefit from his business. Father used to “hang out” at a financial center in Newton, N.C. The owner/manager knew my family for some time, however, she was rude to my mother. In 2007, father reported to us that they were losing the house (Us boys having vacated the home after high school). We were astonished because we knew mother had paid off the house a while back. Mother was instructed that they had to vacate the home due to foreclosure, and she signed the foreclosure docs. However, father was not packing . . . strange! We got mother out, but later learned that father’s mother and brother purchased the home so that he could stay in it. However, mother was not invited to return. I discovered father had drained all of the equity out of the house and could not repay. However, mother never signed any documents nor attend any meetings at the financial company when he was cashing out the equity. I firmly believe the financial company nefariously assisted my father with the scheme. To be sure, we had no idea about all of this because of father’s tight lip regarding financial affairs. I know the financial firm may have violated the truth-in-lending act, breach of contract, fraud, and there is a good possibility we may have a RICO action with the underlying offences, wire and mail fraud, fraud, et al. We are retaining an attorney. Do you fund this type case? Please advise. Thanks in advance for your time.

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