Our firm is committed to helping our farm industry clients without imposing any financial burden on you, your family, or your business.
Under our no-fee policy, you will not pay any of the following out-of-pocket:
- Hourly rates
- Court costs
- Litigation expenses
Instead, our fees and costs are recovered only as a portion of any favorable settlement or judgment we ultimately obtain on your behalf.
And if your case is not successful, you pay zero.
This is known as a contingent fee arrangement.
Attorneys’ fees are collected as a percentage of the gross amount recovered at the conclusion of your lawsuit (prior to the deduction of costs and expenses). Your attorney will discuss this percentage with you at the outset based on the nature of your case.
We believe our no-fee, contingency policy allows us to properly litigate and resolve your case while supporting your business when you need it most.
Review Your Syngenta Corn Lawsuit Today
Syngenta GMO seeds (Agrisure Viptera and Agrisure Duracade) contaminated the general domestic corn supply and caused China to issue an import ban on U.S. products.
The disruption of trade with China has caused an estimated $2.9 billion in losses to the U.S. corn industry.
Litigation is now underway to compensate corn producers nationwide.
We invite you to contact our lawyers for a free & confidential review of your case.
Find out if you are eligible for compensation from Syngenta and learn how to protect your legal rights.
Legal Funding – A Word of Caution
We understand that some of our clients may face financial concerns while their case is pending.
Legal funding companies target individuals who have filed lawsuits to offer loans during litigation.
But we advise caution.
In exchange for your loan, the lender will claim a lien against any money damages you ultimately recover in your case. While this may sound like a fair exchange, these companies often charge application and processing fees, compound interest rates, and other significant expenses that may leave you in a worse position than when your case began. The use of legal funding can also impact your eligibility for government assistance programs.
If you must consider legal funding, however, our attorneys can guide you toward a reputable lender and give you information on how to minimize interest and fees.
Call now or reach us online to discuss your case.