Finance 

The Added Value of Case Cost Financing for Both You and Your Client

When you’re self-funding case expenses, defending your client against a corporate goliath can sometimes feel like putting the livelihood of your firm on the line. Well-funded corporations and insurance companies don’t hesitate to spend money on top-notch expert witnesses and neither should you. In this video, Andrew Siegel of Siegel & Coonerty frankly explains the tightrope law firms must walk when self-funding case costs and the freedom that comes from financing those same expenses....

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Leveraging Case Inventory to Pursue a $52 Million Settlement for a Client

For personal injury law firm, Laffey, Bucci & Kent, leveraging case inventory proved to be a game changer in securing a $52 million settlement for a client. Watch the video.

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Financing Firm Case Costs Doubled SAM’s Size, Client Base & Revenue

For Silberstein, Awad & Miklos, financing firm case costs through Esquire Bank lifted the burden of self-financing and freed up capital to invest in law firm growth. Watch the video.

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Moving Away from Self-Financing & Traditional Bank Restrictions

For years, Kreindler & Kreindler was frustrated by the failure of traditional banks to consider the firm’s case inventory or settlement history. Watch this 4-minute video.

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