Arbitration Attorneys

Why hire an Arbitration attorney?

An arbitration lawyer will help you get your dispute settled out of court. Your arbitration lawyer will help you and the other party choose an arbitrator, someone that will act as a neutral third party judge to hear the case and then render a final decision that is legally binding. An arbitration lawyer will make sure that you've prepared the right evidence for your case so that you can take advantage of a process that is more flexible, saves time, and is less expensive than court litigation.

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Did You Know?

According to a recent study, the average time from filing to decision was about 475 days in an arbitrated case, while a similar case took from 18 months to three years to make its way through the courts.
* Sources: http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/ administrative/litigation/materials/2012_aba_annual/ 12_6.authcheckdam.pdf
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