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http://www.farahandfarah.com/workers-comp/ - A recent trend among companies and employers is to have their workers sign an arbitration agreement that prevents employees from filing a class action lawsuit or individual lawsuit. Employers prefer arbitration over individual lawsuits because it prevents a jury from considering the employee's claims and it is less expensive for the employer. Although a lot of companies require their employees to sign the arbitration agreement, some companies allow you to opt out within a certain period of time. If you work for an employer that has requested that you sign an arbitration agreement with an opt out provision, it is our opinion you opt out to preserve your rights to pursue any kind of grievance through the civil justice system. If you need legal rep...
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Beware of the forms and documents they ask you to sign when you buy a new car. They will often hide arbitration clauses in them. So, you get a couple hundred dollars off but cannot sue them in court if the car is defective! https://soundcloud.com/stevelehto/dont-fall-for-the-arbitrationrebate-scam-ep-201 www.lehtoslaw.com @stevelehto
How long does arbitration take? | Peter T. Mavrick | Mavrick Law Firm | Representing Management, Business Owners, and Entrepreneurs in legal matters throughout South Florida | Contact | 954-564-2264| https://www.mavricklaw.com/ | firstname.lastname@example.org | 1620 W Oakland Park Blvd, Suite 300, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311 This is a question that's unique to particular cases. Some cases the arbitration can take a half day or a day at most. Others can take weeks. It depends on the complexity of the case and the amount of evidence and witnesses.
Are there appeals in arbitration? | Richard Asselta | Asselta Law P.A. | Putting Creativity To Work | Contact Us for a Free Consultation | 1-844-355-2943 | https://www.asseltalaw.com/ | email@example.com | 950 South Pine Island Road, Suite A150 Plantation, Florida 33324
http://www.attorneyscottwright.com/ Attorney Scott Wright 321-723-1997 drtvSEID Hi, I'm attorney Scott Wright. You've been involved in an automobile crash or injured in a slip-and-fall incident, and you've heard about arbitration as a way of resolving your claim. you're wondering what that is. Arbitration is an alternative method to resolving disputes short of taking them to trial before a jury. Arbitration can be binding or non-binding, and it's generally governed by statutory rules or rules contained in a contract. The process is simply this. you would attend a hearing after selecting one more more arbitrators to decide your case. At the hearing, your attorney would present witnesses, documents, medical records, or other materials intended to support your case. By agreement, the ar...
Attorney Lauren Cooney, of law firm Allen & Arcadier, of Melbourne, Florida, discusses the Employment Law legal issue of arbitration agreements. Attorney from law firm Allen & Arcadier, of Melbourne, Florida, discusses landlord-tenant law issue of self-help eviction. Allen & Arcadier, P.A., practices Employment Law and Business Law. We also have divisions for Criminal Law, Tax Law, Bankruptcy Law, Family Law, Property Law, Immigration Law. Allen & Arcadier, P.A. Attorneys at Law 2815 W. New Haven Avenue Suites 303 & 304 West Melbourne, FL 32904 PH: (321) 953-5998 FAX (321) 953-6075 http://www.FloridaLegalTeam.net Partners: Wayne L. Allen, JD, LLM Maurice Arcadier, JD, MBA
http://www.mallardlawfirm.com/ While most people are treated well and are safe in nursing homes, some people have suffered harm at the very hands that were supposed to care for them. When nursing home abuse occurs, victims should be entitled to pursue their rights. Unfortunately, many nursing home residents in Florida have unknowingly signed arbitration clauses, preventing them from having a trial by jury. An arbitration clause is found in nursing home paperwork. It is designed to protect the nursing home and limit the damages that you or your loved one can recover. If you have a claim against the nursing home, this arbitration agreement would prevent you from having your day in court. Instead an arbitration clause would allow you to have your case heard in front of a panel of people w...
Attorney Jason McGrath discusses the logistics of a arbitration proceeding. www.mcgrathspielberger.com If you are in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida or Tennessee please fill out our confidential client intake form for possible legal assistance. http://mcgrathspielberger.com/contact-us
Attorney Jason McGrath discusses some ways to get a lawsuit moved to an arbitration proceeding when a contracts arbitration clause provides for it. www.mcgrathspielberger.com If you are in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida or Tennessee please fill out our confidential client intake form for possible legal assistance. http://mcgrathspielberger.com/contact-us
Both mediation and arbitration are alternative dispute resolution procedures that can be resolved without using the court system. Learn the difference between arbitration and mediation with advice from a certified family mediator in this free video on legal information. Expert: Robert M Todd Bio: Robert Todd is the managing partner and president of Robert M. Todd, P.A. and Family Law Solutions. He is a certified family mediator and Florida Supreme Court certified civil mediator. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
Attorney Jason McGrath explains some things to consider when choosing an Arbitrator in a lawsuit. www.mcgrathspielberger.com If you are in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida or Tennessee please fill out our confidential client intake form for legal assistance. http://mcgrathspielberger.com/contact-us
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What is the difference between mediation and arbitration? | Scott A. Haas | S Haas Law | Tampa Attorneys You Can Trust | Contact Us | (813) 849-0050 | http://www.shaaslaw.com/ | 12000 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Ste 264, Tampa, FL 33618
What is the difference between arbitration and litigation? The biggest difference is that in binding arbitration, you lose the right to appeal the case: that court's decision is final. Accident lawyer Mike Eidson of Colson Hicks Eidson can find out which path is best for your potential case. Colson Hicks Eidson 255 Alhambra Circle, Penthouse Coral Gables, FL 33134 (305) 476-7400 Website: http://www.colson.com/
In my Florida divorce case, is mediation the same as arbitration? | Bill Beck Law | Marital & Family Law | http://www.billbecklaw.com/ | (727) 888-2217 | 2945 Palm Harbor Blvd., Suite B, Palm Harbor, Florida 34683 While mediation and arbitration certainly rhyme, they're not the same thing. Mediation is the process of negotiation where both parties give and take and try to come to an agreement. Whereas arbitration is more of a court preceding, but it's much less formalized. If mediation occurs and the parties don't come to an agreement, then nothing is forced upon the parties. In arbitration, however, there will be a third party who makes the final determination that has to be accepted by the parties so there's a pretty significant difference between mediation and arbitration.
Can I appeal from a mediation or arbitration? | David Anton | Anton Family Law Group | Serving Tampa for 30 years | Call for Consultation | 813-443-5249 | http://davidanton.com/ | firstname.lastname@example.org | 1509 E. 9th Ave, Tampa, Florida 33605 Appealing from a mediation or arbitration is extremely difficult and very rare. Almost all appeals concern the concept of you placed your case before a judge, the judge decided it, and made an error of law. Well, when it comes to mediation or arbitration, the judge doesn't make the decision. Mediation is frequently used and settles most dissolution of marriage actions in Florida, but that's a decision signed off on by the two spouses. The judge had nothing to do with it, other than blessing the agreement of the parties. There is very little to a...