Client Sues Firm After Funders Recover Most of His Settlement

, New York Law Journal

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A Brooklyn man is suing his attorneys at Mirman, Markovits & Landau for not looking after his interests after he received only $111 from a $150,000 settlement in his trip-and-fall personal injury case, while litigation finance companies received the bulk of the funds.

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  • Sid

    I take no position on the litigation. I do object to the New York Law Journal headlining that the plaintiff received only $111 of the settlement when buried in the body of the article (which most busy practitioners haven't the time to review) it is acknowledged that plaintiff was advanced a non-refundable $27,000. Is this fair?

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