On Thursday, EvenUp, a legal tech startup serving personal injury law firms, announced that it closed on a $50.5 million series B funding round led by Bessemer Venture Partners, with participation from Bain Capital Ventures and Clio Ventures, the investment arm of practice management provider Clio, among others.

Alongside the new funding, EvenUp also announced an integration with practice management provider Litify and the launch of Litty, a generative AI “personal injury assistant” that looks to help personal injury lawyers automate document drafting and generation. Litty is EvenUp’s back-end AI engine that enables the company to automate drafting demand packages and summarizing medical records for its clients. Now, it’s being released as a “self-service” solution.

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