Litigation funding, or litigation finance, is an agreement that allows a third party to pay the costs and attorney’s fees that are incurred in litigation. The structure of a litigation finance agreement takes many forms—no one agreement work for all litigants. Among the most important considerations in whether a litigant will receive financing for a case is the damages. The larger the damages that a litigant is entitled to the better the terms of the funding agreement. Our firm has worked with four of the largest litigation funders to allow clients to pursue their claims without crippling financial constraints. We have helped our clients obtain litigation funding where litigation funding was determined to be appropriate for the client’s case. We evaluate each case and inform clients on the drawbacks and benefits of seeking litigation funding.