Lengkeek MFN-registered mediators guide the involved parties in finding acceptable solutions to business and insurance-related disputes.
In mediation, parties jointly resolve a dispute through an impartial and independent mediator. The alternative is that the parties settle their dispute in a court of law. However, settling in court is a process that requires a lot of time and money.
It is becoming increasingly popular to settle disputes through a mediator. Mediation is confidential and has several important advantages over going to court. It is an informal procedure whereby the parties involved, in a private setting and through expert guidance, quickly arrive at a common solution.
All parties play an active role and there is room for creative thinking. The mediator also ensures that no unnecessary damage is done to relationships.