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Litigation Finance FOr law firms and plaintiffs

Plaintiff Legal Funding

Law Firm Financing

Mass Tort Case FUnding

Refinance your existing law firm loans

Commercial Case Litigation Funding

Contract and patent disputes

Personal Injury Case Funding

What is Litigation Finance?

Litigation finance, also known as litigation funding, provides plaintiffs capital in return for a part of their potential financial recovery or settlement from their lawsuit.

This is why rather than referring to transactions as lawsuit loans, they are referred to as investments or lawsuit advances because litigation finance unlocks the value of a plaintiff’s case before the case resolves by a third party taking ownership of a portion of the potential settlement.  

The usage of capital varies from deal to deal.  The monies offered for a portion of a legal claim may be used for the costs of litigation including expert witness fees and court expenses.  It can also be used by companies for working capital or help business owners pay for personal expenses and debt obligations.  Law firms themselves can use litigation funding for expansion and to take on a larger case load.

 

Litigation finance for plaintiffs

How Does Litigation Funding Work?

This is why rather than referring to transactions as lawsuit loans, they are referred to as investments or lawsuit advances because litigation finance unlocks the value of a plaintiff’s case before the case resolves by a third party taking ownership of a portion of the potential settlement.  

The usage of capital varies from deal to deal.  The monies offered for a portion of a legal claim may be used for the costs of litigation including expert witness fees and court expenses.  It can also be used by companies for working capital or help business owners pay for personal expenses and debt obligations.  Law firms themselves can use litigation funding for expansion and to take on a larger case load.

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