SBA – Class Action Investigation Intake for Businesses Re: Equal Access and Protection

Our firm since the proposal of HR 748 known as the Coronavirus Relief Bill was presented has studied it along with banking practices.  We are of the conclusion that there are breaches of fiduciary duties and such a failure to equally protect which is actionable.  If you or a loved one own or operate a business that was not approved before the funds were depleted or was denied SBA funding, please utilize our progressive online intake to see if you have a qualifying claim.

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We are only accepting clients who submitted some form of paperwork or PDF form to their bank. We will keep your information on file and may reach back out to you.

We are only accepting clients who submitted some form of paperwork or PDF form to their bank. We will keep your information on file and may reach back out to you.

Our firm is evaluating claims for small businesses for the purpose of filing a class action lawsuit against certain banking, financial and other eligible institutions. These claims are for small businesses who lost out on the opportunity to obtain PPP or other SBA funding due to neglectful practices, no practices and/or duty breaches to their customers. There are certain minimums a bank is required to meet when servicing a pre-existing customer and your small business qualifies. Damages will be evaluated by an expert, but may include the 25% automatic "forgiveness" of monies distributed. You will be contacted by our firm regarding Phase 2 and the potential action against banking institutions over the procuring of SBA monies. ~Trenton Garmon & Associates

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