What is mediation?
is a more formal structured process of negotiation that tries to settle your claim through the active participation of a third party mediator. The mediator works to find points of agreement and help both parties come to a mutually agreeable settlement. The mediator helps to outline strengths and weaknesses in each party’s case and helps to keep the parties talking. However, mediation
does not always result in a settlement.
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