Caring And Experienced
Being involved in an accident caused by another can cause you a great deal of physical and emotional pain. In most cases, the individual who caused the accident does not hand over payment with a smile.
You may have been told that hiring a personal injury attorney and going to litigation is the only answer, but this is not the case. Our team of experienced personal injury mediators at Longhorn Mediation Center, LLC, can give you the opportunity to discuss and negotiate your situation out of the courtroom.
Choosing Mediation Helps Eliminate The Stress Of Litigation
Having to go to court to fight for your right to compensation is added stress that you should not have to deal with while you are healing from your injuries. We believe that you should have the opportunity to receive compensation for the accident without going to court.
During mediation, we can act as an unbiased third party who facilitates conversation between you and the insurance company or individual responsible for the accident. We offer a wide range of personal injury mediation services in Austin, including:
- Car crash mediation
- Family law mediation
- Medical malpractice
- Defective products
- Dangerous drugs
- Premises liability
- Insurance settlement agreements
Were You In A Recent Car Crash?
If you are involved in a car accident, you are likely seeking to resolve this issue as efficiently and effectively as possible. With so much on the line, such as medical expenses and damages to your vehicle, it is vital that you keep your fate in your own hands and not the hands of the court system. This could be a potentially disastrous decision. Resolving these concerns and disputes with your insurance company can be challenging without the help of a mediator.
Mediating Personal Injury Disputes
Going to court for a personal injury lawsuit can be expensive, time-consuming and extremely stressful. If you do not have substantial evidence, the other party may be able to leave you with little to nothing.
By choosing a mediator, you have a chance to focus on a win/win scenario where your case stays private and the other party has a chance to settle out of court. This is often seen as mutually beneficial for insurance companies and other companies who do not want their names on public record.