Direct Legal Funding provides Rhode Island Lawsuit Loans and Loans against lawsuits in Rhode Island including the cities of Providence, Newport, Woonsocket and all other areas in RI. If you have a personal injury of other claims in Rhode Island- Direct Legal Funding can assist with a Legal Loan. Direct Legal Funding provides this legal funding throughout Rhode Island and can quickly and easily get your deal done and put cash in your hands with a Legal Loan on your Lawsuit.
We extend legal loans on lawsuits and make lawsuit advances to plaintiffs with the following cases in Rhode Island: Car Accidents, Jones Act, medical malpractice cases, personal injury claims, labor law cases, tractor trailer accidents , burn victims, verdicts on appeal, workers compensation, slip and fall cases, negligence cases, premise liability cases, auto accidents, settled cases and more.
All of the above types of cases are eligible for Lawsuit Funding however car accidents are the most common type of case in the state of Rhode Island that that qualify for legal or lawsuit loans.
Rhode Island like many other states in that drivers are required to carry liability insurance coverage on all registered vehicles. The minimum insurance requirement is in the upper middle range when compared to the rest of the states in the union. For bodily injuries sustained by one person in one accident, the minimum coverage required is $25,000. The required coverage for all bodily injuries sustained in one accident is $50,000. Property damage must also be covered with liability insurance in the amount of $25,000. Personal injury protection is not required in Rhode Island, but it is available as an addition to your auto insurance policy. The liability coverage requirements may also be met with a single combined policy instead of meeting separate minimums.
Rhode Island follows a pure comparative negligence system. In a pure comparative negligence system, a judge or jury assigns a percentage of fault to each responsible party and then apportions the damage award accordingly. Using this system, an injured person may recover his or her damages even if the injured person was 99% at fault in causing the injury, with those damages reduced by his or her portion of the fault. Please consult a personal injury attorney if you have been in an auto accident to know your rights and obligations. Laws are constantly being revised and are often confusing.
Rhode Island uses the tort system for assigning financial responsibility for accident-related expenses. Once a driver is determined to be at fault for an accident, that driver is responsible for paying the expenses of the other driver and any passengers. The other driver may also sue the driver responsible for the accident for things like medical expenses and lost wages.