Loss Recovery Process
Assuming your case has not settled, the pre-hearing phase is where we work with you and other witnesses to prepare for the arbitration hearing, which is very similar to a trial. We will also prepare all of the other components you will need to win your case including exhibits and draft a pre-hearing brief for the arbitration panel, identifying and summarizing key legal issues in your case.
An arbitration hearing is very similar to a trial, however, unlike a trial where there is typically a judge and a jury, the jury and judge of an arbitration hearing is the arbitration panel. The hearing will usually be located near where you lived during the time the dispute arose. Most hearings will last between three and five days, but more complex hearings may take several weeks. Within thirty days of the conclusion of the hearing, the arbitration panel will render its award. The parties then have thirty days to comply with the award.
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