7 Tips to Help You Master Personal Injury Mediations – 4th in a Series

7 Simple Tips to Help You Master Personal Injury Mediations in Difficult Cases Part 3

Everything in Mediation is not subject to Discovery – it cannot be discussed in court.

There is a rarely discussed advantage to mediation, in situations where both parties are intractable.   Get the other party talking, this is an “off the official record” opportunity to hear what cards they are holding, and see what their strategy might be in court.  Not only will you, as the victim, have practice speaking in a legal setting (which is far harder than you would think), you also get to hear what they are likely to drag up in court, and begin to prepare for those arguments early.

Shapiro | Delgado Personal Injury Attorneys
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