Why does the Business Trial Group work on a contingency-fee basis?
Most traditional law firms rely on hourly rates to generate revenue, which can affect the strategies they use to pursue your case. At the Business Trial Group, we make sure that our success is completely in-sync with yours, so that you know our attorneys are working in your best interest all the way through.
Having a contingency-fee model also gives us the flexibility to go to trial in the event that a settlement isn’t feasible or beneficial for our clients.
Under a contingency-fee business model, our attorneys do what it takes, using the considerable resources of our firm, to get you the results you deserve.
How is business litigation different than other types of law?
Business litigation can be especially complex, because a lot of times it involves contracts with obscure language and complicated clauses. It’s very important to seek attorney assistance in commercial litigation; otherwise it can be easy for your opponents to dismiss your claims.
With the help of qualified attorneys, you can more confidently pursue your case. A qualified law firm will explore every legal avenue on your behalf and help you select the one that best suits your circumstances.
What kinds of commercial cases does the Business Trial Group take?
The Business Trial Group is equipped to handle any type of commercial litigation. Our attorneys bring years of experience and specialized knowledge to the firm, ensuring that any type of business case you bring to us will be expertly handled.
Click here to learn about some of the common litigation types the Business Trial Group handles.
If I’m still unsure about whether or not to file a complaint, should I contact you?
Our confidential contact form is free, and filling it out does not obligate you to pursue a case. Once you fill out the form, an experienced Business Trial Group attorney will contact you personally and directly to discuss your options.
We understand that pursuing litigation is a tough decision and are committed to working together to make sure it’s the right choice for you.
What if I don’t live near a local Business Trial Group office?
While the Business Trial Group does have offices in many states around the country, you can file a claim from any U.S. location. Should we decide to pursue your case, your attorney will personally follow up with you at your location.
How much money can be recovered in commercial litigation?
In business litigation, the recoveries can be immense. Many past cases have resulted in compensation ranging from hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars.
What happens if my case has to go to trial?
Because of our contingency-fee model, our attorneys are prepared to go to trial as necessary. This process poses no additional cost to you. To make sure that the jury is aware of the full context of your case, our firm also has access to experts in almost every commercial field who are ready to testify.
If I contact you, with whom will I be speaking?
You will communicate directly with a Business Trial Group attorney. We know that your time is valuable, so we don’t put you through an unnecessarily lengthy process or filter your contact through assistants. We’re ready to get started whenever you are.
What happens if the case isn’t successful?
If you don’t get results, you don’t pay us. We will not collect any fees if we’re unable to bring your case to a successful resolution.
How long do I have to file a claim?
Every claim is subject to a Statute of Limitations. This is the time window that you have to file a lawsuit from the discovery of the initial action or grievance. It’s therefore very important to act quickly after you’ve experienced fraud, negligence or a breach of any kind. Search our Practice Areas page for your litigation type to see which Statute applies to you.