Short Answer: Yes.
Your attorney’s value to you comes from extensive legal experience, perspective and understanding to every legal matter. Collectively, our attorneys have decades of experience in various practice areas. Based on this extensive knowledge, they have the ability to determine the strengths and weaknesses of your case, which makes their settlement experience effective at mediation.
What mediation is:
Mediation is a confidential, non-binding process in which a trained mediator acts as a neutral person who facilitates communication between disputants. The mediator assists parties in reaching a mutually acceptable resolution of all or part of their dispute.
What mediation is not:
Mediation is not debating. It does not require you to prove that you are right, and the other person is wrong. Unlike debating, mediation is not intended to have a “win-lose” outcome.
What mediators will do:
The mediator is a neutral who helps participants reach a settlement. The mediator will not impose a settlement but will assist the parties in exploring settlement options. A mediator is often able to more fully explore the parties’ underlying interests, needs and priorities. The Mediator will help identify the issues and interest in need of resolution. We can accomplish creative things in the mediation that we could never accomplish in trial.
What mediators don’t do:
The mediator is not the decision-maker and does not resolve the dispute – the parties do. Mediators will not make decisions for you and/or the other person about how your dispute will be resolved.
Webb Law Group, APC., has over 30-years of combined experience in representing our clients at mediation. In sum, our office is prepared to help you if you are seeking representation at mediation.