Chances of being revived after your brain has decomposed are astronomically small. It would require finding a copy of your brain in an alternative dimension, or time traveling back in time to get a profile of your brain or something insanely complex and extremely unlikely. Basically you would say if your brain decomposes there is a 0% chance of you surviving.
If your brain is intact though, there are a lot of ways to revive you. We don't have the technology but there are a lot of options. You could transfer the memories from the brain into a computer, use nanobots to repair it, find ways to chemically reverse the damage, hook up the brain to a robot body. We don't have the technology for this stuff yet but most people believe we will have the technology in the future.
To me it just seems logical to try it. If you are dying from a disease and they said you will die in 5 minutes but there is a drug that might cure you, wouldn't you take the drug? Even if it is like a 1% chance, it is better than dying.
Though I personally think that it is nearly 100% certain we will be able to undo all the damage in the future. I really don't think there is any danger of us not being able to revive you due to the lack of technology. I think the real risks come from political issues that make it illegal, or the business going bankrupt, and things similar to that. In other words, something might occur that disrupts your stasis in which case you might fail to be revive but if it doesn't get disrupted I think it is just a matter of time before you are back.