MEDIATION SERVICES

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) mechanisms like arbitration
and mediation can be initiated by the disputing parties, or they can
be mandated by legislation, the courts, or terms of a contract.

HOW IS ARBITRATION DIFFERENT
FROM TRADITIONAL LITIGATION?

 

Arbitration is like traditional civil litigation in that a neutral intermediary hears the disputants’ arguments and imposes a final and binding decision that is enforceable by the courts. It is unlike traditional litigation because the disputants in arbitration promise to settle future disputes by arbitration before a dispute materializes. Another difference is that the disputants select the arbitrator in an arbitration. In civil litigation, disputants don’t choose the judge.

WHY IS MEDIATION DIFFERENT
FROM ARBITRATION?

 

Mediation is a negotiation facilitated by a neutral third party. Unlike arbitration, which has some of the elements of a trial, mediation involves no decision-making by a neutral third party. For more information, see Why Mediation?

THREE SKILLED MEDIATORS,
WITH A COMBINED EXPERIENCE OF OVER 90 YEARS IN MANY AREAS OF THE LAW

 

At Mediated Resolutions in Atlanta, Georgia, we assist parties in
resolving disputes varying from workers’ compensation medical
malpractice claims, real estate mediation, motor vehicle accident
claims, and family law. This is a comprehensive list of the kinds of
disputes we mediate:

Workers’ compensation claims
Personal injury claims
Medical malpractice claims
Nursing home abuse claims
Auto accidents
Truck accidents
Insurance coverage
Employment and labor law
Business and commercial law
Family Law
Landlord-tenant disputes
Real property disputes

GEORGIA PERSONAL INJURY
AND INSURANCE COVERAGE
MEDIATION

Steve Head, Burt Tillman and Casey Crumbley are veteran attorneys
with extensive experience in the areas in which each mediates.
They bring their legal expertise and considerable people skills to
the table to encourage the litigants to talk to each other, be heard,
state concerns and reach for solutions. A good mediator guides and
facilitates a substantive discussion and evaluations of the issues
involved and helps guide the parties to a resolution based on those
shared discussions. Resolutions lies in all parties feeling heard,
position being properly evaluated and control of the outcome
remaining in the room and between the parties.
We bring our expertise to the table to keep the process moving
forward in a trustworthy fashion and to facilitate a compromise that
the disputants arrive at themselves.

COME TO US,
OR WE COME TO YOU

We maintain a mediation facility in Atlanta. But, we are not anchored to the office.
We frequently travel to all parts of Georgia to assist parties in finding resolutions
to their matters and cases.

Are you in a dispute you need to resolve quickly and affordably? Call Mediated
Resolutions, the Georgia mediation services attorneys at 678-539-1080.