San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 08, 2014
Plaintiffs involved in a lawsuit often find themselves struggling with serious injuries, medical bills, time off work and related financial burdens, which is why Pravati Capital has developed an innovative way to help plaintiffs ensure their financial needs are met.
Pravati Capital offers litigation financing to fund cases well before the settlement stage. Using a business model that is unique in the legal industry, Pravati also offers financial aid for plaintiffs who are often stuck in financial hardship while paying their medical bills and awaiting a settlement. This financial assistance not only ensures plaintiffs and attorneys can afford to continue in their lawsuit without worrying about finances, it means they can fight for a fair settlement, rather than being forced into a low settlement in favor of a quick payout.
"We've built a business model that is designed to protect, comfort and support the plaintiffs, whether that plaintiff is an individual or a corporation," says Alex Chucri, CEO Pravati Capital. "Pravati means to help, protect and comfort. We have great concern for helping plaintiffs who may have suffered physical, mental, emotional or financial burdens, and doing so with integrity."
In addition to offering litigation funding, Pravati strategically matches plaintiffs with firms that will fight for their interests. This strategic matching ensures the needs of the plaintiffs are met while helping to boost the firm's client list. Among those who have been helped by Pravati are plaintiffs involved in TransVaginal Mesh lawsuits.
Alex Chucri, has a background in law and finance, including legal investment funding, private equity, venture capital and institutional finance. He has been involved with 3,000 plaintiff and commercial legal advances and has been managing director of 7 PE funds in the past 12 years. Chucri has served as the founder, president and or managing member of two legal investment firms and served as an executive board member of the American Legal Finance Association.