Alexander Shunnarah, a well-known lawyer with offices across the Southeast, has stepped into the problems Jimbo Fisher and Texas A&M are facing following a 1-1 start and loss to Appalachian State.

“Need help with future contract negotiations? CALL ME, TEXAS A&M!,” Shunnarah wrote on social media. If you or a loved one find yourself stuck in a $75M contract with no results, you know who to call. ? #sorrynotsorryjimbo #shunnarahstrong”

A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Shunnarah has 24 offices from Houston to Jacksonville, and around the country, including Chicago, Buffalo and Boston.

If Texas A&M fired Fisher this year, it would owe him $85,950,000, and if A&M wanted to fire Fisher and pay less than $50 million, it would need to wait until 2026.

According to its web site, Shunnarah’s firm consistently recovers substantial settlements in lawsuits involving personal injury, auto accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, wrongful death, social security disability, pharmaceutical litigation, drug recalls, medical devices, and mass torts throughout the United States.