Mediation is a form of collaborative law that is often voluntarily sought by the parties in a civil action. Mediation can also be court annexed to facilitate a resolution in a personal injury or wrongful death dispute.
Often the costs of court proceedings can exceed the benefits of presenting your case in court. Robert Grossman is a certified mediator who can represent your interests and provide the legal advice needed to obtain a fair recovery. Call Grossman Law Firm, P.C. at 281.761.7671 in The Woodlands, Humble, or Houston, Texas.
The purpose of mediation is to bring the parties in conflict together with a neutral third person who can help them make decisions regarding a fair and reasonable settlement. This process encourages communication, accepting consequences, and resolving disputes through a mutual agreement.
Throughout the process, your lawyer provides direction and gives you advice to negotiate fair compensation for your damages.
Many people are quick to want his or her day in court after suffering a personal injury or damages. Mediation is a much more flexible legal platform where many personal perspectives can be expressed.
Listed below are some important advantages:
When mediation is used for the settlement, the parties are the ones who reach decisions. Grossman Law Firm, P.C. makes certain that agreements are filed correctly and are legally binding.
The mediation agreement promotes cooperation and explores more creative ways of resolving disputes in personal injury cases. The mediator helps both parties to clarify their issues while considering options that allow them to reach a workable settlement that best fits everyone's needs. Your mediation attorney will be by your side and can present your demands.
Once an agreement has been reached, your lawyer will help draft an agreement that is legally binding and filed in court to ensure enforceability for the terms of the settlement.
Contact a trained Woodlands personal injury lawyer to represent your interests during negotiations. Grossman Law Firm, P.C. offers free initial consultation.