How Arbitration Works
Both parties submit documents, records, itemizations, or other materials electronically.
Parties meet virtually with the arbitrator via video link. The arbitrator will hear testimony from witnesses and short statements from counsel.
The arbitrator sends you a final decision within 24 hours.
The litigation system does not always offer a solution. A jury’s verdict is rarely final. Appeals can last for years. Arbitration offers a faster, less expensive, final solution. Arbitration is the future of case resolution.
Our arbitration-only solution is not a part of the litigation system; it is an alternative to the litigation system. The drawbacks to the litigation system are equally a problem on both sides of the courtroom. Delay, expense and a lack of finality are far bigger dangers than the party at the other table. For many cases an entirely different method of resolution — arbitration — is the best alternative.
Arbitration also provides a solution to cases which would cost both sides more than the cases are worth to litigate. Arbitration is not a part of litigation, it is an alternative to litigation.
Because of the COVID-19 epidemic and backlog of cases created by closed courthouses, Aaron decided to create an option for final, fast, and inexpensive case resolution made available to anyone who wants to avoid the time and expense of endless courthouse battles. Aaron offers arbitration at a flat fee and with a standard 24 hour decision time.