Contingent Fee Litigation for Businesses

We know how painful it can be for a small business when a customer fails to pay a large bill.

05/07/2020 By Justin Kallal and Jason Johnson

We know how painful it can be for a small business when a customer fails to pay a large bill, when another business breaks a contract, or when an insurance company refuses to cover a loss. The financial pain from these events may not be enough to put you out of business, but the cash shortage can make it seem like you cannot afford to hire a lawyer to pursue your legal rights.

At Davis, Johnson & Kallal, we do not represent insurance companies or publicly traded companies. We represent YOU: the many Wyoming-owned small businesses and mom-and-pop operations.

We often accept certain business litigation cases on a contingent fee basis, more commonly called a contingency basis. A contingency basis means we charge a percentage of what we recover for you only when recovery is made, which requires no legal fees prior to recovery. We determine on a case by case basis whether or not we will advance case costs (costs are fees for filing, deposition transcripts, experts, etc.).
We handle the following types of cases on a contingency basis:

  • Insurance Bad Faith
  • Breach of Contract
  • Breach of the Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing
  • Corporate Governance Disputes
  • Breach of Warranty
  • Fraud
  • Defamation
  • Specific Performance
  • Lease Disputes

When you retain us on a contingency basis, you can have the peace of mind knowing your case is being zealously pursued without the stress of upfront legal fees. Call us today and find out if we can help you with your business litigation.



P. (307) 433-0921

F. (888) WYO-ATTY




1807 Capitol Ave., Suite 200, Cheyenne,

Wyoming 82001.