How To File Your Claim
Bringing a lawsuit against a major agricultural company may sound complicated and expensive. At our firm, our mission is to protect your rights and eliminate these burdens.
Step-By-Step Guide: Syngenta Corn Litigation
- The first step in your Syngenta lawsuit is to receive an initial case review from a knowledgeable attorney. Our firm has over 25 years’ experience and we provide consultations at no cost and with no obligation.
- After an initial consultation, your lawyer will review relevant business records to confirm that your claim for economic harm is adequately documented.
- Following a review of your records, your attorney will advise you on the appropriate legal strategy for your case. This will include when and in which jurisdiction to file your case, whether to file individually or as part of a proposed class action, and how to best position your case for settlement negotiations.
- Once litigation begins in your case, you are not likely to experience significant demands on your time. Your lawyer will have the information needed to carry your claim forward and will keep you informed of all significant developments as they occur.
- Most cases will not proceed to a jury trial. The majority of lawsuits are resolved through settlement negotiations or other pretrial procedures. You and your lawyer will review any settlement offers together, and your case will only be resolved if you find the terms agreeable.
- In the rare event your case goes to trial, your attorney will discuss with you in detail what additional actions may be required of you.
- At no time during your case will you pay any out-of-pocket legal fees or expenses. Our firm represents farm industry clients on a no-fee, contingency basis. This means our fees are recovered only as a percentage of any favorable result we achieve at the end of your lawsuit. And if your case is not successful, you pay zero.
Start Your Syngenta Lawsuit Today
As with any legal case, your Syngenta corn lawsuit will be subject to certain time limits that can restrict your ability to pursue compensation (known as the statute of limitations).
We encourage you to consult an attorney about your claim in a timely manner to ensure your legal rights do not expire.
Reach our office by phone or through our brief online form to get started.