From Mediation To Arbitration, You Have Options Beyond Litigation
At Hamblett & Kerrigan, P.A., our alternative dispute resolution strategies and practices support our focus on achieving results that further our clients’ business or personal goals. We can reduce the expense and delay associated with resolving disputes by litigation, enabling you to avoid the distractions which prevent you from focusing on your business or personal plans.
Our ADR Practice Group includes trained, experienced and respected lawyers with diverse and sophisticated experience in litigation as well as substantive legal knowledge in personal injury, business, commercial, construction, insurance, employment, marital law and toxic torts. Whether as counselor advocates or as neutrals, the lawyers at Hamblett & Kerrigan, P.A., can assist you with your desire to resolve disputes through the ADR process.
We Are Long Time Supporters Of Alternative Dispute Resolution Processes
Our attorneys are highly skilled and experienced in the ADR processes. Whether you are looking for a party advocate or a neutral, we offer a full range of ADR services including mediation, arbitration and neutral evaluation.
ADR can be used in many areas of law, including:
- Personal injury claims
- Commercial and construction disputes
- Employment disputes
- Domestic relations
- Marital disputes
From serving as neutrals on one- to three-person panels, to being actively involved in the process as counselors representing parties in the dispute, our attorneys have seen it all. When appropriate, ADR methods can offer clients a faster, cheaper and sometimes more effective resolution than going through a trial process.
Alternative methods of dispute resolution have been developing for decades. The integration of the ADR process into the New Hampshire court system began around 1990 with the implementation of New Hampshire’s Superior Court Rule 170. ADR has continued to evolve and has now taken on a status of a free-standing vehicle for dispute resolution, as well as continuing to be an addition to instituted litigation. From the start, our attorneys have always been supportive of using these methods, even before it was very popular with clients and within the legal community.
Contact Us To Discuss Your ADR Options
If you are facing litigation and want to know more about alternative options, contact our ADR lawyers at Hamblett & Kerrigan, P.A., to learn more about mediation, arbitration and neutral evaluation. Call our firm to schedule a consultation at 603-883-5501 or fill out an online contact form.