Litigation FinancingFor Commercial Cases, Lawyers, and Law Firms
Litigation Financing Services For Law FirmsLike any business, a law firm may sometimes suffer from an inconsistent income stream. But unlike other businesses, law firms have a unique option available to address this issue: law firm funding. This alternative financing method allows law firms to leverage strong cases now rather than waiting for settlement to come in later. Best of all, the choice of how to use law firm funding is yours, from paying current expenses and financing new cases to growing the firm.
The Benefits of Litigation Financing for Law Firms

With our financing, we can help ease the strain imposed by contingency cases so attorneys can focus on their cases, not their finances.

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Types of Financing Available

Some of the most valuable assets a law firm has are the cases it’s fighting. But few financial institutions have the skilled underwriting teams needed to evaluate the probability of these cases, and none will offer non-recourse advances based on their anticipated settlements.

A leader in litigation finance, Pravati Capital is different. Not only does our team of experienced litigators and financial professionals understand law firms’ unique needs, but we also know how to evaluate case probability so we can make smart investments in the assets those cases create. Pravati offers a variety of financing options, including:

Class-Action Lawsuit Financing Litigation financing for class action cases is a relatively straightforward process. Learn more.Commercial Litigation FundingNon-recourse funding for firms battling high-stakes commercial claims. Learn more.Competition & Antitrust Litigation FinanceLitigation funding for firms tackling class action and antitrust cases. Learn more.DIP FinancingCapital solutions that allow firms to restructure and emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Learn more. Insolvency Litigation FundingA practical way to secure the capital a firm needs while fighting for their insolvency clients. Learn more.International Arbitration FinanceLitigation funding that lets international arbitration lawyers remain competitive. Learn more.Law Firm FinancingPractical, easy-to-use non-recourse funding for individual lawyers, law firms and plaintiffs. Learn more.Patent Litigation FundingCapital funding for firms fighting intellectual property claims. Learn more.Securities and Shareholder Lawsuit FinancingTimely capital funding that allows law firms to maintain operations while fighting for shareholder clients. Learn more.
Work With Pravati Capital and Help Change the Litigation Financing Industry
Don’t allow a cash crunch to force your clients to accept low settlement offers. Let’s change the future of litigation and the litigation financing industry together by leveling the playing field for law firms and plaintiffs alike. At Pravati Capital, our goal is to extend a compassionate hand and financial expertise to the struggles facing lawyers and corporate or individual plaintiffs with our law firm finance options, including law firm funding, attorney funding, and plaintiff funding. With our financing, we can help ease the strain imposed by contingency cases so attorneys can focus on their cases, not their finances.
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THE BENEFITS OF
Litigation Financing for Law Firms

Litigation financing is a risk-free opportunity for law firms. It’s up to the Pravati underwriters to identify the high probability cases in a law firm’s portfolio and design funding solutions that give non-recourse capital funding to the firm while preserving the risk on Pravati’s end. 

The capital infusion provided by financing litigation allows a firm to meet both pre and post-settlement expenses. It can be used for attorney fee acceleration, post-settlement funding, legal receivable factoring, fee minimization and more. With Pravati Capital’s law firm funding for your portfolio of personal injury, mass tort, or commercial litigation cases, you can focus on growing your firm without sacrificing your current cases.