Testimonials: New Hampshire
The Advocate Capital expense line allowed me to work up my complex cases the right way.
I acquired my law practice less than a year ago from the retiring owner. I had to pay a 1/3rd referral fee on the full case inventory I inherited. Giving up 1/3rd across the board in my first year of business was a difficult proposition. The Advocate Capital working line provided me with the flexibility to hire a new staff, manage cash flow, and invest in a robust marketing campaign which allowed me to bridge the gap to the following year where I have a fresh case inventory. The Advocate Capital expense line also allowed me to work up my complex cases the right way. I’m not hesitant to invest in expensive experts who are going to bring tremendous value to my case in the long run. Moreover, what is so unique about Advocate Capital, is that they break down each client expense advance per case. No bank lender is willing to do that.
After more than 17 years at a prominent plaintiff's firm, I left at the end of 2020 to launch a new firm.
In just over a year, our firm has grown to 7 employees and has resolved four cases for values in excess of $1 million. Although we had a very good first year, we are expecting significant revenue growth for year two. None of this would have been possible without our partnership with Advocate Capital. This access to additional capital during our startup and first-year allowed us to reinvest more of our revenues into marketing and case costs, which has enabled us to develop many new significant high-value cases and accelerated our growth.