Is There A Way To Avoid A Fight?

Americans’ long dependency on drawn-out, emotional and risky courtroom trials to resolve important disputes is over. Mediation, arbitration and other alternative forms of dispute resolution have gained in popularity and utility for years and now form a viable alternative to litigation in most types of disputes. In fact, courts often require that parties try mediation prior to pursuing a place on court dockets.

Amicably Resolving Legal Disputes

If you face a pending dispute and are interested in learning more about alternative forms of dispute resolution, we can help. The Knoxville, Tennessee, law firm of Pryor Priest & Harber has successfully resolved hundreds of disputes through mediation, settlement negotiations and arbitration.

Do you face a pending dispute and wish to avoid the expense, stress and risk of a jury trial? Contact the mediation and arbitration lawyers at Pryor Priest & Harber today.

Experience And Qualifications Regarding Alternative Dispute Resolution Matters

Firm attorneys John K. Harber, Adam M. Priest, and Timothy A. Priest are highly experienced, effective and credentialed regarding alternative dispute resolution. Their collective credentials include:

  • Experienced Rule 31 mediators
  • Certification as a state and federal mediators
  • Board-certified civil trial specialist by the Tennessee Commission of Continuing Legal Education
  • Board-certified civil trial specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy

We have resolved hundreds of disputes involving a broad range of dispute types through alternative dispute resolution. Disputes we have resolved through mediation and arbitration include:

  • Personal injury disputes
  • Medical malpractice
  • Defective product cases
  • Family law disputes
  • Business and contract disputes
  • Worker’s compensation disputes

Contact Us For Dispute Resolution Guidance

While we advise always being prepared to go to court, mediation is often a good way to end a dispute. For a no-charge discussion of your case and our alternative dispute resolution legal services, contact our firm online or call us at 865-522-4191.