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Our goal is to change the plaintiff funding industry. But it’s clear we can’t do this alone.

The Bairs FoundationAt the Bairs Foundation, we have funded nearly 150 plaintiffs and their families with a total of almost $1 million. However, this is only 44% of the total requests for funding we have received. It is very clear there is a huge need for what we’re doing in this industry. As a civil justice advocate, I’m sure you understand.

We need your help to continue our mission and expand our reach. We are launching a crowdfunding campaign and ask that you show your support by contributing.

For more information and to help our foundation assist more plaintiffs in need, please visit:

https://www.classy.org/campaign/revolutionizing-funding-
for-plaintiffs/c181100

If you have seen the awful effects lenders have on a client, a friend, or a family member, you understand how crucial it is to keep this alternative option in existence. Your donation will help the Bairs Foundation provide individuals and families with the capital they need to go the distance with their pursuit of justice.

Please help us amplify the work we’re doing by sharing our message in the graphic to the right. Together, we can change the landscape of non-recourse plaintiff funding.

About John Bair
Co-Founder of the Bairs Foundation

John Bair has guided thousands of plaintiffs through the settlement process. Motivated by a desire to assist others in protecting their financial well-being, John and his wife Amy established the Bairs Foundation. At seven percent simple interest, the organization provides the financial assistance families need during litigation. Read more at http://www.bairsfoundation.org/.

 

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