Direct Legal Funding can help you get a Vermont lawsuit loan.We extends legal loans on lawsuits and make s Vermont settlement loans to plaintiffs with the following cases in the State of New Mexico: 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.
Direct Legal Funding on all of the above cases however, the most common type of approval for a lawsuit loan in Vermont is for an auto accident lawsuit.Vermont is a tort state. Vermont is not what is called a No Fault auto insurance state and does not require Personal Injury Protection coverage, it does however require that under insured and uninsured coverage be carried as a part of the insurance policies issued to automobile owners and operators. If you are in an automobile accident where you are not at fault, your insurance company may assume that the other driver’s insurance company will end up paying for your bodily and property damages. However, if the other motorist is not insured, or has too little insurance then they will not be able to pay to cover these damages and your insurance company may have to. Uninsured/Under insured policies are there to cover this circumstance and offset the cost to insurance companies that have to pay for accidents involving drivers without insurance or with too little insurance.
• Bodily injury liability: 25,000 for single individual injury / 50,0000 for additional individual injuries.
• Property damage liability: 10,000 to cover property damage
• Uninsured/Under insured bodily damage liability: 50,000 for single under insured individual injury / 100,000 for additional uninsured bodily injury.
These policy limits are in the upper middle of all states in the US.
Vermont follows a 51% rule for auto liability. In states following a modified comparative fault – 51% rule, an injured party can only recover if it is determined that his or her fault does not reach 51%. If the injured party was 50% or less at fault, he or she may still recover damages. In other words, a plaintiff may have caused half of the accident and still recover damages from the court, but if it is found that the plaintiff’s fault was responsible for more than half of the accident, that plaintiff is barred from receiving any damages determined by the court. Here, as in a pure comparative negligence state, a plaintiff’s recovery is reduced by the degree of his or her fault.
Call for a Legal Loan or Loan on your Lawsuit in the State of Vermont.
Direct Legal Funding serves all cities in Vermont including Burlington, South Burlington, Rutland, Barre, Montpelier, St. Albans, Winnoosku, Newport, Vergennes and all other cities in Vermont.