Court-Annexed Arbitration is Required to File a Lawsuit in Rhode Island
November 20th, 2014
Court-Annexed Arbitration is Required When Filing a Lawsuit in Rhode Island
The court-annexed arbitration process is important to understand if you have been in an accident and are considering filing a lawsuit in Rhode Island. We start this process by filing papers with an impartial lawyer or judge in order to be able to present your case at a hearing.
During the hearing, both sides present testimony, and the arbitrator will then issue an arbitration award. This award is a non-biding award. Either party is free to reject it. If that occurs, your case would then proceed to towards a trial. If neither side rejects this, then your case becomes settled as a judgment based on this award.
For more information about arbitration or any part of this process, call me or visit our website at //bottarolaw.com. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at 866-529-9700.
Bottaro Law Firm LLC
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Cranston, RI 02920