Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Better Way Forward In Many Cases
Trial is not the only way to resolve legal disputes. In many cases, an early out-of-court resolution is not only possible but also likely to result in a better outcome and a more satisfying process.
At Webb Law LLC, I frequently represent clients in mediation and arbitration, and I also provide these services myself. I am an attorney with more than 40 years of experience, much of it involving complicated cases involving medical malpractice (representing plaintiffs). I understand how to facilitate resolutions in complex, high-stakes disputes. I am certified in both mediation and arbitration.
Based in Peachtree City, Georgia, I handle alternate dispute resolution (ADR) throughout Georgia.
Why Consider ADR
The litigation process is not designed to provide a quick win-win resolution. On the contrary, the court process is extremely complex and often moves at a snail’s pace. Going to court for a complicated medical malpractice or wrongful death case can take years. Even if you’re successful in securing a massive verdict, any large award is virtually guaranteed to get appealed. Meanwhile, the medical bills are piling up and the money you’ve won may not ever make it into your pocket.
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods such as mediation and arbitration can spare you the tremendous stress, expense and delays involved in litigation. Through ADR, you can get a swifter result — one which may be just as favorable, if not more so, than you might expect to receive after a lengthy and draining trial. Best of all, ADR can provide you with financial relief— when you need it most.