Frequently Asked Questions
Litigation Finance is a legal funding arrangement where a third-party company, such as Lawsuit Ventures, provides capital to plaintiffs or law firms to cover the costs of litigation in exchange for a percentage of the settlement or verdict.
Lawsuit Ventures funds a wide range of cases, including but not limited to, commercial disputes, arbitration, international disputes, bank OTS processes, and class actions.
The amount of funding you can receive from Lawsuit Ventures depends on the complexity and potential value of your case. We provide funding ranging from a few thousand dollars to several million dollars.
Lawsuit Ventures evaluates cases based on various factors, including the strength of the legal claim, potential damages, and the defendant’s ability to pay. We also consider the experience of the legal team and their track record in similar cases.
If you lose the case, you are not obligated to repay Lawsuit Ventures. Our funding is non-recourse, which means that we only get paid if you win or settle the case
Yes, you can use Lawsuit Ventures to cover ongoing legal costs, including attorney fees, expert fees, and other case-related expenses.
To apply for funding, you need to provide case-related documents, including the complaint, discovery, and expert reports. We also require information about the legal team, the damages sought, and the defendant’s financial situation.
To get started with Lawsuit Ventures, you can fill out an online application on our website or contact our team directly. We will review your application and contact you to discuss the funding options available for your case.
Rest assured, even if your case has a low probability of settlement, you need not worry. Lawsuit Ventures can still provide funding to try and resolve the dispute. We will cover the expenses associated with the trial, and if your dispute is successfully resolved, you will be required to pay us the fees as per our agreement.
Legal analysis is an essential part of the litigation funding process because it helps the litigation finance company, like Lawsuit Ventures, evaluate the strength of the case and the likelihood of a favorable outcome. A thorough legal analysis can provide insight into the potential risks and rewards associated with the case, including the likelihood of a successful settlement or verdict, the amount of damages sought, and the potential costs of the litigation. By conducting legal analysis, Lawsuit Ventures can better assess the viability of the case and make an informed decision about whether to provide funding. It also helps us determine the amount of funding to offer and the terms of the funding agreement. Moreover, legal analysis can also assist the litigants or their attorneys to better understand the strengths and weaknesses of their case, identify potential legal arguments, and develop a more effective litigation strategy.