INJURY & LIABILITY

SH!T HAPPENS. LET’S DEAL WITH IT.

We’re all human, which means sometimes we screw up.  Medical professionals have exhausting, high stakes jobs and while they’re often superheroes, mistakes happen.  Engineers and architects build the world around us, trying their best to meld art and science in a way that meets social needs and community obligations, but sometimes a simple oversight can have dire consequences.  Malpractice suits often involve more than just financial losses; typically these situations also entail emotional aspects that litigation can exacerbate or ignore, which either leaves parties feeling unsatisfied or contributes to the matter exploding far beyond the original scope.   Engaging in early mediation can prevent malpractice cases snowballing into major lawsuits, and utilizing decisional dispute resolution services allows both parties to tell their stories, address key issues, and reach resolution in a timely, cost effective, and private manner.

Sometimes we mess up outside of work and forget to shovel the sidewalk, or our kid rides his bike into a car, maybe improper grading makes runoff damage a neighbour’s property, and sometimes we get into car accidents.  Whether or not you are insured, you may want to discuss the possibility addressing the matter outside of court, saving everyone legal fees and valuable time so you can just move on.

One of the most frequent civil suits filed in court is for insurable claims.  When there is catastrophic damage to property, or significant personal injury, insurance companies and their clients often disagree on benefit entitlements.  Before filing a lawsuit, check with your insurance company if they are willing to mediate or arbitrate your complaint. While you might be successful in court, often the legal fees eat up a considerable amount of your entitlement–a two year long legal battle for significant permanent injuries in a car accident can earn a bill in excess of $365,000 without ever getting past discovery.

 

How Can We Help

  • Expedited Arbitration to settle minor disputes quickly and cost effectively.
  • Full Hearing Arbitration for complicated and involved disputes that would otherwise require multi-day trials in court.
  • Med-Arb to empower you to make your own choices, with the added security of knowing there will be a decision at the conclusion of the process.
  • Conciliation, a more formal process than mediation, where the mediator prepares a report outlining the best possible solution(s) if the parties cannot reach a settlement themselves.
  • Mediation to help all parties hear and understand each other’s viewpoints and problem solve together in an attempt to reach a mutually acceptable solution.
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