Why We’re The Smart Pick for Grain Elevators and Non-Producers Nationally:

1. 30% Attorney Fee Through October 31st, 2017.
2. We’re also agreeing to waive certain expenses.
3. We guarantee 70% of future net proceeds go to our clients.
4. We handle your case from start to finish from Kansas City, location of the federal MDL.
5. We have filed a large majority of our clients’ cases to date in the Minnesota state court consolidation.
6. If we don’t recover your business money, then you owe us nothing.
7. Estimate your throughput bushels for now. We get documentation later on.
8. Sign your business’ case in 5 minutes by using eSign, fax or mail.

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Our Kansas City firm presently represents 2,500+ farmers/landlords from over 20 Midwest states, many of whom are large producers located near you. We are actively signing and filing cases for grain elevators and other non-producers now! It is our pleasure to offer your business the same zealous representation we have shown our producer clients for the past two years, at a fair and reasonable rate.

We are experienced in mass tort complex litigation, and we know how to manage economic loss claims on behalf of grain elevators nationwide. We handle your case from start to finish, at a special reduced 30% attorney fee for ALL non-producers. Simply, we don’t use referring attorneys. We cut the middle man out and pass the savings onto your business.

By way of MDL Court Order on July 27, 2015 (view here), ALL non-producers will pay 2% of their gross, prospective payments to the Corn Common Benefit Expense Fund. This 2% Common Benefit fee is a hold back and has been set by U.S. District Judge Lungstrum in his capacity as the preciding MDL judge. Under our 30% contract, after credit for the 2% common benefit expense (which all non-producers must pay – it cannot be waived), farmers will keep 70% of their “net” which = 68.6% of their gross prospective payment. On every $100,000 in gross payment, 8.6% in savings means $8,600 in your business’ pockets and not the lawyers. On a prospective $1 million grain elevator settlement, this equates to as much as $86,000 saved in attorney fees. Mr. Shields married a corn farmer’s daughter from West Point, Nebraska, and our firm is dedicated to representing ALL farmers and non-producers on the same reasonable and fair terms that as we represent our own family at. Under our 30% fee contract, our grain elevators and other non-producers will keep more of what is theirs. It’s as simple as that.

Finally, our attorneys are home grown and Midwest bred, hold Kansas/Missouri law licensure, and our office is conveniently located in the Kansas City metro area. Your personal information remains in Kansas City with our two licensed attorneys, who collectively have over 35 years of combined litigation experience. The Syngenta federal MDL consolidation is conveniently located in the U.S. District Court of Kansas City, Kansas, a mere 15 minutes from our office. We are also filing cases in the Minnesota State Court consolidation. Regardless of where we file your claim, we are charging a reduced 30% fee, and also waiving our firm’s personal incurred expenses. See our simple to read 30% contract, located here, for complete terms.

Shields Law Group, LLC – “Midwest Lawyers
Representing the Interests of Midwest Grain Elevators”

The Shields Law Group, LLC, a Kansas City, Midwest based firm, is offering free consultations for Midwest elevator operators who have been economically harmed by Syngenta’s introduction of GM corn seed varieties that were unapproved for export. If you purchased and sold corn in the open grain market between 2013 and 2016, you likely have suffered economic damages. Call now for a free consultation, or eSign, fax or mail your signed 30% contract to us now in order to get your business’ claim signed up and on file in the Syngenta AG MRI 162 corn seed litigation. State of limitations do apply and vary from state to state. Act now to file your business’ individual claim timely!