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Future Services International was founded on February 12th 2008 by dynamic social entrepreneur Mrs. Yaneek N. Page.  We have the distinction of being the pioneers of  legal funding and litigant support in the Caribbean. Our company has been a game-changer in the legal services sector, enabling thousands of persons to access the formal justice system through funding and support service. Future Services International was a Regional Winner in the prestigious NCB Nation Builder Awards in 2011, in the category “Women in Business’.

FSIL is the first entity in Jamaica to offer funding for civil lawsuits, an online database of legal professionals, attorney referrals, service of legal documents and compilation of legal case files. FSIL’s clients have received tens of millions of dollars in compensation for personal injury, assaults, accidents, medical negligence, harm caused by contaminated food and others, renewing their faith in the legal system and preventing them from ‘taking justice into their own hands’.

FSIL has continued on a path of growth and innovation by expanding service offerings to include business support services through, The Innovators Business Support Centre, which provides training in Entrepreneurship, Corporate Entrepreneurship, Business Continuity Planning and Enterprise Risk Management. As pioneers in legal funding, FSIL has unparalleled experience in cases where companies have lost millions of dollars due to unmanaged risk exposure, and is therefore strategically poised to offer the most practical, relevant and effective enterprise risk management services to corporate clients.

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