BOCA RATON, Fla. (PRWEB) April 04, 2018 -- Momentum Funding LLC, the premier legal finance company specializing in non-recourse funding to personal injury plaintiffs, proudly announces that its Founder, Elizabeth Pekin, is speaking on “How To Strategically Use Legal Finance & Medical Funding” at the upcoming Mass Torts Made Perfect (MTMP) Conference at Wynn Las Vegas on Friday April 13, 2018.
Pekin, who has spent more than a decade disrupting the funding industry, is presenting as part of the event’s Finance track at the plaintiff attorney conference, discussing the benefits of the legal and medical funding industry in the LaFleur 1 Room at 10:45 a.m.
MTMP is the largest conference in the nation for plaintiff mass torts. It is held for both newcomers and veterans in complex mass tort litigation. The conference is designed for lawyers who want to learn how to improve their practices, stay ahead of the competition, and gain more clients.
Pekin has been invited to present and share her diverse and unique knowledge on: the basics and benefits of the consumer legal funding industry for both the plaintiffs and attorneys, how to use medical funding as a solution for personal injury cases and how legal funding transactions work to add value to cases.
“I am looking forward to educating attorneys attending the Mass Tort Conference on how to help their clients when they need it the most,” said Pekin, a personal injury attorney who founded Momentum Funding in 2015 after realizing the need to establish a seamless process for plaintiffs in need of financial assistance.
“Plaintiff Legal Funding has evolved exponentially since its inception several decades ago. Momentum has changed the playing field by creating ways to use the funding strategically. We have opened the dialogue as we advocate for client-centric funding and work with clients as financial partners,” said Pekin.
Pekin has been on the forefront of the legal education circuit, speaking throughout the country. She recently spoke at the National Trial Lawyers Summit in Miami Beach, Fla., where she appeared alongside Gloria Allred, F. Lee Bailey, Lisa Blue, Mark Geragos, Christian Searcy and LegalZoom Founder Brian Liu.
About Elizabeth Pekin
Elizabeth Pekin is a licensed attorney and the Co-Founder and President of Momentum Funding. She is a leading personal injury and workers’ compensation attorney with more than a dozen years of experience as a top-performing executive in the legal funding industry. Her entrepreneurial spirit led her to found Momentum Funding, LLC, a national legal and medical funding company in 2015. As the former Executive Director at Oasis Legal Finance, she built an extensive client base, funding thousands of plaintiffs. She is a published author and speaker at trial attorney organization conferences and national workers’ compensation conferences. Elizabeth has her J.D. from the University of Florida Levin College of Law and her undergraduate degree from Tulane University. She was born in Gainesville, Fla., and resides in Boca Raton, Fla., with her husband, Momentum Funding CEO Michael Pekin and their three children.
About Momentum Funding
Momentum Funding LLC is a premier national legal finance company headquartered in Boca Raton, Fla., with regional offices in Clearwater, Fla. and Chicago, Ill. The company provides non-recourse funding to plaintiffs in personal injury cases. Momentum Funding is committed to helping plaintiffs with urgent financial needs, while also focusing on attorney relationships. Momentum Funding was founded in 2015 by industry leaders Elizabeth Pekin, Esq. and Elisa Moss. The Momentum Funding team has more than 40 years of combined experience in personal injury law and legal finance. The executive team at Momentum Funding is dedicated to Moving Your Case Forward with personalized service, conservative underwriting, and a quick and simple funding process. For more information visit: http://www.momentumfunding.com/
Chanda Thompson, Momentum Funding, http://www.momentumfunding.com, +1 (561) 245-2698, [email protected]
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