That's why I'm carefully examining Dupont's initial lowball offer to see what the true damages are and what I should really be compensated for in giving up my right to take them to court later if more trouble arises. That is why they are really pushing to get as many to do their claims process and maybe they will compensate fairly just to avoid a lot of rejected offers and hence more lawsuits, especially in states with treble damage laws like Ohio which pertains to anyone even damaging your landscape, not just stealing plants.
They sure aren't in any hurry. If they are pushing to settle, I haven't seen it. Its been close to a year. I hope they do the right thing the first time.