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March 28, 2018, 05:42:42 PM

Imagine a future where justice is accessible. Where fair treatment in the pursuit of legal action is not reliant on your income, job status, or the number of zeros in your bank account.

Trial Token, of Trial Funds Society, describes the access to justice as the ability of any one person to use the legal system to advocate for themselves, regardless of their income. Yet thousands of low-income families face multiple barriers when it comes to navigating our legal system, a complicated institution that is already riddled with high fees, complex processes, confusing legal jargon, and inaccessible legal information.

In theory, justice applies equally to all. In practice? It applies only to those who can afford it. That’s because lawsuits have emerged as distinct asset class, like real estate, private equity, precious metals or stocks and bonds, in which justice is accessible to those who can afford it.

So how do you go about restoring trust in an inaccessible, confusing system that was built to be accessible and designed to provide justice for all?

The Premise of Trial Token
That’s exactly what Trial Token envisions: access and inclusion to legal action. And they’re providing it one case at a time with their advanced, online platform for crowd sourced litigation funding that leverages blockchain and Ethereum’s smart contracts technology.
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