A civil action is typically commenced when parties are unable to resolve their disputes without the intervention of a third party. Similarly, parties may, by agreement, decide to submit their disputes to arbitration. In either case, a third party adjudicator is given the task of determining the fair result of your dispute. Sometimes arbitration provides a more cost effective and expedient route to resolution. However, the fees of an arbitrator typically exceed court fees (as judges to not charge the parties’ fee for their time). Many parties will prefer arbitration for its privacy and it provides the parties an opportunity to have more control over the process and scheduling. Regardless of whether your dispute is in the form of arbitration or a traditional court proceeding, we would be more than pleased to assist you in advancing your claim or defence.
I just want you all to know how amazed and appreciative I am to have [Rasha El-Tawil and her team] in my recovery! You absolutely picked the right line of work! Thank you all so very much because I've come a long way and couldn't have done it without a fantastic team!!! - M.
I want to thank Andrea [Cooley] so much for all her care, concern, work, expertise and wisdom that she gave over the last few months. A separation is something I did not really want to go through, but with Andrea's help I am thankful that I was able to get it all figured out and finished up. I am very happy that it is done, and I can move forward. - L.D.
Everything that I was looking for help with [Maciek Piekosz] tried or was able to get for me. He fought for me. I am happy with him being my lawyer. He speaks my language (Polish) which made it easy for me to communicate with him. I would recommend to everybody if they need help after an injury that they use him. The rest of his staff cared, were diligent with communication and making me stay on top of tasks. - A.S.