I am looking for a crowdfunding consultant, who has some experience specifically in legal crowdfunding.
My situation is that I am a plaintiff in a 7-figure civil rights and personal injury lawsuit, and want to crowdfund this case's expenses (it is nearing trial).
So I am looking for a crowdfunding consultant who can guide me holistically, as to what an optimal strategy is. Do we use Kickstarter? IndieGogo? GoFundMe? other legal niche sites? Facebook ads?
Also, if you have any knowledge of litigation finance firms, and how that process works, that would be even more helpful.
The legal crowdfunding space seems to be 'niche', compared to more general crowdfunding concepts. So I would prefer expertise in that area, if it exists out there. I also have not decided whether to look for donations, or to strictly look for 'investors'. The way investors get paid in legal crowdfunding is that they become 'lien-holders' on any settlement $, and are next in line to get paid after my attorney gets her cut of 25%.
This is possibly an ongoing project. I am looking to raise between $100k and $300k. I am looking to start work on this immediately.
The pitch itself is relatively simple (I already have a draft typed up), although it's possible the scope of the pitch may be larger than I am estimating it to be. Your primary value-add will be strategy consulting on what our optimal strategy will be. I can do the grunt/admin work.