In a significant move to improve access to justice, Clio, the leading provider of cloud-based legal technology, has announced its investment in EvenUp, a legaltech company focused on leveling the playing field in personal injury cases. By utilizing technology and AI, EvenUp empowers personal injury lawyers and victims to achieve fair settlements and justice.
Clio joins Bessemer Venture Partners and Bain Capital in investing in EvenUp’s $50.5 million Series B funding round, marking Clio’s second investment of the year following Steno, a legaltech company transforming legal support services.
Shubham Datta, Clio’s Vice President of Corporate Development, expressed their commitment to supporting innovative technologies aligned with Clio’s mission of improving the legal process and access to justice for all. EvenUp’s mission to bridge the justice gap through technology resonated with Clio, enabling them to offer equitable access to justice for all lawyers and victims.
EvenUp’s impactful use of technology and AI has garnered over 200 law firms as users, processing more than 1,000 demands per month and helping lawyers and victims claim over $350 million in damages to date.
Clio’s investment in EvenUp further solidifies its position as a key player in legaltech, with previous investments in Proof, CalendarRules, Lawyaw, and Lexicata (now Clio Grow). By expanding their ecosystem, Clio continues to deliver technology solutions throughout the legal journey, benefiting customers, clients, and application partners.