When a conflict is presented to a neutral Mediator, a resolution can be reached on both sides.
A former trial lawyer in state and federal courts at all levels of the court system, Assistant Solicitor and Trial and Defense Counsel in the USAF JAG Corps, Dalton Floyd, in his trial law practice, (rated “AV Preeminent” by Martindale-Hubbell, peers, and the Judiciary) has handled a variety of cases including construction litigation, medical malpractice, business and contract disputes, and auto accidents. He has organized three (3) Financial Institutions and Teaches “Negotiation 101” at Charleston Law School. His extensive experience with aggressive litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) representing both plaintiffs and defendants for over 50 years gives him the background to help you resolve your clients’ cases in the most efficient manner that best fits their interests and goals.
Mediation is a process in which a neutral person, the mediator, helps people involved in a dispute to negotiate effectively with each other, promotes constructive and creative bargaining tactics, brings the parties to closure, and ties down the settlement terms in writing.
Mediation takes on many forms. It is basically a process in which a neutral third party (who has no authoritative decision-making power) assist in a dispute to assist the parties involved to voluntarily reach their own mutually acceptable agreement.
Cases in which the parties are unlikely to reach a settlement agreement on their own can benefit from mediation. Lawsuits that are commonly resolved via mediation include injury and tort cases, wrongful termination claims, breach of contract disputes, family law matters, and many business-related legal disputes.
Like assembling the pieces of a puzzle, we can provide and gently manage a process wherein parties in dispute can analyze best interests, negotiate to their best ability, and reach a resolution of their own design and choice.
Floyd Mediation Group, LLC has extensive experience with aggressive litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution.
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