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Pre-Settlement Funding for Serious Injuries

Serious Injuries & Wrongful Death Claims 

Those of who have been seriously injured or wrongfully killed deserve maximum compensation for their injuries and the damages that their families endure. As high stakes claims, serious injuries and wrongful death claims are often the most difficult claims to settle. Unfortunately, the victims and their families suffer the most. Graylock Services can help personal injury victims and their families with pre-settlement funding. Our funding can help you get by while you wait for your attorney to either settle your claim or take those responsible to court.

Serious Injury Claims

What is a serious injury claim?


Serious injuries can range from traumatic brain injuries, the loss of a limb, serious burn injures, and others. Some states have laws that define what a serious injury is, like Florida’s “no fault” law, which mandates insurance coverage for personal injury protection. Under many of these laws, serious injuries include the following:


  • Permanent injury

  • Loss of a limb

  • Significant or permanent loss of mobility or other bodily function

  • Significant or permanent scarring or disfigurement

  • Death.


Still, it’s important to remember that there are many definitions of a “serious injury” and the injuries listed above may not fit the definition in the law that applies to your claim. And, whether your injury is serious or not can impact how your case is handled through insurance and the courts.


Personal injury lawyers can help you determine what category of injury you have, and how you should handle your personal injury claim.

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Do my injuries need to be permanent to be serious injuries?


No, but if your claim is impacted by its level of severity, it must meet the definition of the applicable law in the state where the injury occurred. We always recommend to talk to you lawyer before deciding how and where to file your insurance claim.

Wrongful Death Claims

Wrongful death claims are civil claims that can range from deaths caused by negligence to intentional homicide. They can be filed against both individuals and entities or businesses. As civil claims, wrongful death claims are completely separate from criminal proceedings. However, if the person responsible for the death of your loved one has been convicted for their crimes, you can still sue them in civil court for wrongful death.

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Who can sue for wrongful death?


Usually, a close family member will be able to sue the person responsible for the wrongful death of their loved one. They will usually bring the claim on behalf of the heirs of the deceased. Heirs are family members who would stand to inherit from the deceased person. This includes any children, spouse, parents, and in some cases, other family members.


If the deceased died with a will, the court would appoint an executor for the estate. The executor is usually listed in the will. In that case, the executor will become the plaintiff in any wrongful death claim.

Pre-settlement funding for serious injuries


If you’re going through a serious injury or wrongful death claim, you’re likely going through one of the most stressful times of your life.


We understand that these types of claims will usually cause serious financial strain on you and your family. At Graylock Services, we provide pre-settlement funding for victims of serious injuries and wrongful death.


Don’t know where to start? Contact us.  

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