Personal Injury FAQs
Mediation is an informal dispute resolution process during which the parties come together in the presence of a neutral party called a mediator. The parties will each present their side of the case to the mediator, who will then attempt to facilitate negotiations, get the parties to focus on the issues at hand and ultimately reach an out-of-court settlement. Mediation is a tool to help parties attempt to reach a compromise and avoid the necessity of going to jury trial. In some circumstances mediation is required prior to going to trial.
Whether you have suffered a serious injury because of another’s negligence, or you are suffocating under mountains of debt, a consultation with the Benenati Law Firm may prove to be extremely advantageous. We encourage you to call our offices today at 407-777-7777, or fill out our online form to request your free, no-obligation, and completely confidential case consultation. If you are unable to travel to our location during our office hours, we offer after-hours and home visits for your convenience, too.