During your case, your lawyer might suggest you participate in a mediation. This usually happens later in the process, after earlier negotiations between your lawyer and the insurance company have been unsuccessful.
Mediation is a negotiation between you, your lawyer, and the insurance company. A neutral third party facilitates the conversation between both sides. The mediator has no stake in either position of the negotiation, so they can help you resolve disputes in your case. Mediations are a cost-effective method of settling your case, offering a collaborative approach and allowing flexibility in how the case gets resolved.
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