Mediation allows many a personal injury case in Alabama to resolve quickly, confidentially, and amicably. However, the process takes time and compromise, especially if your goal is to reach the maximum fair settlement for your injuries and losses. In the best case, it can take a month or two, though it will take longer if […]Read More
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