Dealing with business disputes is an inevitable yet time-consuming aspect of running your business. Business disputes can distract from your operations and your bottom line. Solving legal disputes as quickly as possible with the assistance of a business law attorney is critical so you can focus on your business’ profitability. Contingency business law fee structures allow businesses to access the legal help they need for a reasonable fee.
Discuss Your Potential Lawsuit With a Contingency Business Attorney
Businesses don’t need the added stress of unpredictable legal fees when pursuing financial recovery. Traditional hourly billing systems can reward law firms for spending more time on their clients’ cases than necessary. At Woods Lonergan PLLC, we offer business clients a contingency fee structure. Under our contingency business law plan, clients don’t have to pay us until we successfully win their case.
The Benefits of Contingency Business Law
Many businesses are used to the traditional hourly fee structure. A business hires an attorney, and the attorney bills the business a set amount per hour they work on the case. The traditional model isn’t always the most beneficial for business clients. If you are considering working with a business law firm that offers contingency business law plans, it’s essential to understand the unique benefits that come with this type of payment plan. Some of the benefits include:
- Working with an experienced, motivated, and successful team of attorneys
- Accessing high-quality legal representation without paying hourly bills up-front
- The ability to aggressively pursue claims using the law firm’s resources up-front
- The ability to direct resources to operations
- Payment of legal fees based solely on the amount of compensation recovered
The use of a risk-sharing contingent fee agreement and business lawsuits promote a joint effort by the law firm and the client to keep expenses low, move the case towards resolution, and obtain as much compensation as possible. Our interests will be aligned when you work with us in a contingency business law arrangement.
Our Law Firm Levels the Playing Field With Contingency Litigation
Unlike many business litigation law firms, which bill for work on an hourly fee structure, we offer contingency fee arrangements. What does this mean for you? Our success depends on us succeeding on your behalf. Our team of trial attorneys works on a contingency fee basis. Our clients can take on larger suppliers, vendors, and customers without worrying about excessive hourly billing practices.
Contingency business law fee structures allow companies of all sizes, from small businesses to large corporations, to work toward cost-effective resolution of their business litigation matters. Woods Lonergan PLLC has represented clients of all sizes, from individuals to small businesses to large international corporations.
At Woods Lonergan PLLC, our attorneys have represented clients in a wide range of industries, from technology to the service industry. Our trial-ready attorneys have used our contingency fee model to represent clients in a wide range of courts at the state and federal levels. We’ve recovered significant verdicts and settlements for our clients with our business contingency fee model.
What Types of Business Disputes Can Be Handled on a Contingency Fee Basis?
Contingency fee structures can be appropriate in nearly any type of business dispute. Perhaps you own a small business that a larger organization has financially harmed, but you don’t have the resources upfront to fight back. A contingency fee structure could allow you to pursue the damages you deserve without paying legal fees upfront. In other cases, a large corporation under tight legal budget constraints may need an attorney to help share the risk of legal fees.
In breach-of-contract cases involving complex disputes with vendors, suppliers, or strategic partnerships, a business may need to use a contingency structure to recover damages. Other cases involve pursuing insurance benefits from an insurance company that denies a claim while acting in bad faith. Contingency business law lawsuits are also effective in product liability and mass tort actions. Woods Lonergan PLLC offers effective, practical business litigation advocacy in seven primary areas of business litigation:
- Antitrust litigation
- Breach of fiduciary duty/interference
- Breach of contract
- Misrepresentation and fraud
- Licensing, trademark, and copyright infringement
- Cybersecurity litigation
- Executive departures
Every Business Deserves Skilled Legal Counsel
At Woods Lonergan PLLC, we believe that every business deserves effective and skilled legal representation. Our focus has always been on providing clients with the best legal representation possible as a law firm. Litigation can be expensive, stressful, and even potentially ruinous for a business, regardless of the business’s size. Smaller companies cannot pay for litigation in many cases. They should not keep them from protecting their interests with high-quality legal representation.
Businesses shouldn’t have to settle high-quality legal claims for pennies on the dollar because they don’t have a litigation budget. Even larger corporations that have litigation budgets have constraints on their budgets. Every dollar that goes toward legal costs negatively affects their profitability. Using a contingency fee arrangement permits more companies to pursue legal claims in a way that enhances their bottom line. They don’t have to pay the legal fee unless there is a recovery.
Contact a Contingency Business Law Attorney Today
A contingency fee structure can be appropriate in nearly any business dispute. Without the burden of paying hourly attorney’s fees, you can rest assured that every decision our attorneys make is focused on maximizing your recovery and in your best interest. If you don’t win, we don’t win either. Our priority is the successful resolution of your case, whether your case is resolved by a court verdict or in a settlement. We’re prepared to do what it takes to obtain your desired results. Contact Woods Lonergan PLLC today to schedule your free initial consultation to learn more about our business-focused legal services.
Woods Lonergan PLLC helps clients with contingency business law throughout NYC including the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn.