Power to the Plaintiff

Our civil justice system should be a model for fairness. But our system’s broken. Powerful defendants draw out lawsuits and force good people with good cases to settle for less. Plaintiffs deserve better options.

Legal scholars universally agree that access to financing increases social justice. We agree. We've seen firsthand how legal and medical funding are free-market solutions that help plaintiffs bridge the liquidity gap between when accidents happen and when cases settle.

Mighty’s mission is to empower plaintiffs to get a better deal from the justice system. We’re proud to be doing our part by powering funders who power plaintiffs with cutting-edge technology.
2012
  • Joshua Schwadron founds company to invest in plaintiff's cases
  • Josh learns how legal finance promotes social justice
2014
  • Josh and fellow technologist Dylan Beynon found Legal Funding Central (LFC)
  • The American Bar Association Journal calls LFC the LendingTree of litigation funding
  • Josh winds down his funding company to focus on LFC
2015
  • Series A led by IA Ventures and Tribeca Venture Partners
  • LFC rebrands to Mighty
  • Mighty’s first Wall Street Journal article
  • TechCrunch writes “Mighty is good for the legal industry”
  • Mighty joins the American Legal Finance Association
2016
  • Mighty’s first Forbes article
  • Mighty’s closed beta test for legal funding business software is oversubscribed
  • Mighty launches flagship core system for legal funders to the public