The founder of Amicus Capital Group (Bill Tilley) ignited the litigation finance industry nearly 25 years ago. Strongly rooted in business and finance philosophies, the visionary quest was to mitigate the most systemic business challenge for law firms – wildly fluctuating income.
Today, we continue the quest to stabilize cash-flow.
Our robust financial models drive and protect billions of dollars flowing through the legal industry through firms of all sizes throughout the United States. We are historically embedded in Transforming the Business of Law™
While we provide many law firm loan and funding options, we specialize in providing litigation finance for trial lawyers.
Trial lawyers who want to take on more profitable litigation cases against deep-pocketed defendants find it difficult without sufficient capitalization. As a result, they have to refer great new cases that they are more than capable of litigating. We offer law firms the ability to borrow funds to finance the costs associated with litigation.
Another scenario that often occurs is when a law firm has to tie up case profits when they could be better utilized to meet day to day operating expenses or expanding their business.
With Amicus Captial Group, LLC, they are now able take on cases otherwise out of reach because the cost of litigation is simply un-feasible.
Take 5 minutes to fill out an online, pre-qualification survey. The survey questions are quick and easy to answer. After you submit the survey, a loan expert from Amicus Capital Group will review your information and respond regarding credit offerings within 24 hours! 100% CONFIDENTIAL
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