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Mediation and binding arbitration are effective ways of resolving differences privately, without the need to enter a courtroom. ARS has invented the world’s finest cloud-based system where the entire process can be completed online.
AN ARBITRATOR OR MEDIATOR IS ASSIGNED
Arbitration Resolutions Services’ arbitration team includes attorneys from many different practice areas with hundreds of years of combined experience in arbitration cases. Your case will be assigned to an ARS professional who has expertise in the subject matter.
Transactions between businesses and individuals often become disagreements of varying scales. Binding arbitration is a reasonable way for individuals to resolve these types of disagreements, without spending time and money in court.
Outstanding claims and receivables can have a profound effect on the financial health of a business. Many times, smaller business disputes go unresolved due to the costs and time associated with litigation or other dispute resolution alternatives. Arbitration of disputes with ARS provides a simple, affordable solution.
Everyday there are countless numbers of accidents that result in damage to vehicles and/or real or personal property. With ARS, there is a cost-effective way to recoup losses not covered by insurance through online arbitration.
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU:
Turn by turn ARS solves the challenges of legal disputes.
What is arbitration?
A way of resolving disagreements that is quicker, easier and less costly than traditional litigation. With arbitration, each party gives their reasons for why they are seeking money from another person/company and the other party(s) explains why they don’t owe the money or are also owed money. The party who starts the arbitration is known as the Applicant. This party can be seeking money from more than one party as long as the money being sought arises out of the same accident or contract. The other party(s) is known as the Respondent(s). The Respondent(s) then explains why they don’t owe the Applicant any money or why the Applicant owes them money. A neutral third party called the Arbitrator ultimately decides the matter. With ARS, our Arbitrators are always experienced litigation attorneys who know the law and how it applies to your situation.
How much does it cost?
The Fee Schedule lists the fees that must be paid before a matter is referred to an Arbitrator. The fees are usually less than it would be to file and pursue a lawsuit. There are no fees other than those listed in the Fee Schedule.
How does arbitration work?
Before an Application is filed, the parties must agree to submit the matter to binding arbitration (which means that all parties are legally bound to the Arbitrator’s decision) with ARS or be required to arbitrate a dispute with ARS based on the terms and conditions of an agreement between the parties. The Applicant starts the process by submitting an Application that has their reasons for why the other party(s) owes them money. The Respondent(s) then submits a Response to ARS explaining why they don’t owe the Applicant any money. The Respondent’s Response may also include a claim for money against the Applicant, which is referred to as a counterclaim.
When the parties submit the Application and Response(s), they will have the opportunity to submit any evidence (proof) which supports their position. The claim is then assigned to an Arbitrator. Where permitted by ARS rules, the parties can request a telephonic hearing. If such a hearing is requested, the Arbitrator will make their decision after the hearing. If no telephonic hearing is requested a decision will be made based on the Application and Response(s) along with the evidence that has been submitted.