Mediation Law Firms Columbus Ohio
Are you involved in a legal disagreement? Erney Law can help you.
Mediation is a type of alternative dispute resolution meant to allow individuals a non-adversarial and confidential way to resolve differences outside of a courtroom without the costly efforts of court trials and appeals.
Are you in a legal dispute? Do you want to settle outside of court? Get a Free Case Evaluation today.
Are you looking for a better way to resolve your legal matter? Mediation and Arbitration are both great solutions with the same goal in mind; fairly settling a legal dispute without the need of entering the courtroom. In Mediation, the mediator helps the involved parties reach a settlement by assisting with communications, obtaining relevant information, and develop options that benefit both parties fairly. In Arbitration, the arbitrator hears the evidence brought forth by the parties involved and will issue a legally-binding resolution based on similar trial results. If you have a legal dispute and would like to settle out of court, attorney Erney Law in Columbus, Ohio can help mediate or arbitrate your disagreement.
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What is Mediation?
By definition, Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution in which the parties to a lawsuit meet with a neutral third-party (mediator) in an effort to settle the case.
Mediators are not responsible for issuing orders, finding fault, or making determinations. The job of a mediator is to help the involved parties to reach an agreement by assisting with communications, obtaining relevant information, and providing settlement options that are agreeable by both parties.
Typically the mediator will meet with both parties in a collaborative effort to gather informal explanations of their views of the dispute. Following the meeting of both parties at once, the mediator will then meet with each party individually, exploring possible ways to resolve the issue at hand.
Most disputes are successfully resolved and both parties enter into a written settlement agreement, and this process has been generally more favorable than arbitration.
What is Arbitration?
By definition, Arbitration is a legal technique used for resolving disputes outside of court wherein the parties to a dispute refer it to one or more persons (arbitrators) whose decision they agree to is to be bound.
Arbitration is more formal than Mediation. The arbitrator could be a retired judge, senior lawyer, an accountant or some other form of specific professional. Both parties are provided an opportunity to present their case to the arbitrator. Respective lawyers are able to question witnesses from both sides.
There are little to no out-of-court negotiations between parties. The arbitrator has the power to make any decision legally binding which both parties must honor. The agreement is then enforced in court.
What's the process?
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We will first review your case carefully, get to know you, and gain an understanding of your injuries.
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We will relieve the worry and burden of dealing with the insurance companies and maximize your financial recovery.
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Your case matters to us, just as much as it matters to you. We want to help you every step of the way, but in order to do so, we need to meet with you, get all the facts, and work out the details in order to build your case. We will meet with you for absolutely free, and explain to you in full detail the inner workings of how these situations usually end up, how likely you are to win your case, and how compensation works for you and for us.
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