Dispute Resolution Lawyers in Denver Protecting You from Costly Litigation
Dispute resolution is a way of resolving disagreements without the need for costly litigation. Companies in the United States spent 22.8 billion dollars on litigation services in 2020, according to Statista. Large corporations spend billions of dollars every year on litigation services, alone.
People, business owners, and companies big and small feel the pain of conflicts as they can have an impact on your time, money, and image or reputation. The most common types of dispute cases include:
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Employee complaints
- Failure to supervise
- Breach of contract
- Omission of facts
- Elder abuse
Helping our clients resolve disputes, as amicably and as cost-effective as possible, is our area of knowledge at Ragab Law Firm, P.C. Our attorneys help with arbitration services, mediation, or negotiation to achieve a mutually beneficial result, and avoid litigation when possible.
Why is Dispute Resolution Needed?
Disputes are everywhere you turn in life and business. And they can get expensive quickly without the right legal guidance and solutions to avoid lengthy legal battles.
As real-life context, a husband and wife might require the help of a mediator and mediation services when they cannot agree on child custody. A hired fiduciary responsible for managing another party’s money might be called into question if they make risky investments. In another scenario, a business partner breaches a contract agreement with another party and causes financial harm.
We have a broad range of alternative dispute expertise at Ragab Law Firm, P.C. Our attorneys help facilitate proceedings for businesses and individuals when a solution can’t be reached. There are multiple ways to respond to a lawsuit, though the most common types include:
- Mediation is used to narrow the dispute down to a point where it forces both parties to agree on a solution. If a solution is not reached, a hearing or trial will be set. The three main styles of mediation include evaluation, facilitation, and transformation, to achieve desired results.
- Unlike mediation, arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution and is used to resolve conflicts outside of the judiciary court system. An arbitrator will understand arbitration clauses and help facilitate the dispute between one or more parties until a resolution is reached.
- After arbitration and mediation, negotiation is sometimes a private, efficient and cost-effective way to solve or settle a dispute as the negotiation is driven by both parties.
Depending on the circumstances, other examples could include collaborative law, conciliation, and facilitation as additional methods to resolve differences. If you have been sued, or need to file a lawsuit against another party, book a consultation with an attorney with Ragab Law Firm, P.C. today: (303) 564-7313.
When Should I Hire a Dispute Resolution Lawyer?
When a complaint has been filed against you, or you need to file a lawsuit as you don’t agree with the outcome of a situation, you likely need the creative solutions of a trained conflict or dispute resolution lawyer to manage a claim.
Before a problem occurs is the best time to solicit the services of a skilled attorney with Ragab Law Firm, P.C. Our lawyers determine the best course of action, from arbitration services to mediation, and also manage and facilitate the process of mediation, arbitration, or negotiation to reach a settlement.
Whether it’s a breach of contract, negligence issue, or a messy divorce, our attorneys can help facilitate communication between both parties, act as a mediator to ensure all concerns and issues are clear; and examine and review documents relevant to the conflict resolution proceedings, as well as prepare settlement agreements.
When two parties cannot agree on terms or resolve matters through one of these scenarios, litigation is necessary. Trials can take months, sometimes years, and cost significant time and money in court and attorney fees.
While this is a last resort, our team of attorneys will use aggressive problem-solving and influential negotiation skills when needed to prove your case in front of the federal district judge. From arbitration to mediation to litigation, rely on our team to get results.
What are the Potential Outcomes of Dispute Resolution?
Resolving disputes through one of the dispute resolution processes such as arbitration and mediation is faster and more cost-effective than litigation.
We do everything in our power to help settle lawsuits out of court as the main advantages include a speedier outcome and less stressful experience, alternative dispute cases carry less risk for both parties, and there’s less opportunity to abuse the process when an experienced attorney is involved.
In these types of cases, we help clients pursue damages. Examples of this might include:
- A breaching party agrees or complies with a court order to correct the breach
- A breaching party pays the non-breaching party for damages
- The parties or courts cancel the contract
Using mediation or arbitration, or another type of alternative dispute resolution can force the breaching party to compensate for financial losses or harm, cancel a contract when it’s irreparable, or fixes the agreement. In other situations, like divorce that might require mediation, an attorney can help facilitate or force an agreement such as child custody arrangements or a settlement related to belongings or finances.
Having a partner by your side who values the attorney-client relationship will ensure a smooth and seamless transaction that prevents further harm to relationships or your business.
Book a Free Consultation with a Dispute Resolution Lawyer
Lawsuits hurt people and companies in more ways than one. The Small Business Administration shows up to 53 percent of small businesses are involved in at least one lawsuit at any given time, and the threat of litigation can sink a company financially.
Our broad range of capabilities in handling tough situations, exceptional legal knowledge, and hands-on trial expertise will add immediate value whether you need arbitration and mediation services, negotiation, or another alternative dispute solution.
We will help you save time and money, avoid court proceedings, give your situation a voice, take an active role in the outcome of your dispute, and get some reassurance and peace of mind in the process.
When you need assistance fighting a lawsuit or filing a claim to pursue damages, get help from a diligent, skilled, and trained conflict and resolution attorney with Ragab Law Firm, P.C., that will fight for your rights. The process and the attorney you choose after a conflict threaten you or your business can dictate your success rate.
If you need to get your time, image, or reputation back after a lawsuit, or you need to file a lawsuit to recover your losses, learn more about our business litigation services and how our attorneys resolve claims through arbitration and mediation, and other services, can get you the results you’re after. Book a free consultation with our business attorneys today by calling (303) 564-7313.