Information That Both Parties Need To Know

Our Non Emergency arbitration is done in a certain manner that makes it simple and at a lower cost.

  1. The first step is for the claimant to file an Arbitration Demand and agree to the process and the rules.
  2. The claimant will then be instructed to upload information about their contract and documents to the arbitrator.
  3. Next, we send out an invitation to the respondent to join the arbitration.

If the Respondent Does NOT Show For Non-Emergency Arbitration

  1. If they don’t join within 10 days of their receiving that notice, then the arbitration is held without the respondent attending.

If The Respondent DOES Show Up For Non-Emergency Arbitration

  1. Once the respondent has joined and agreed to the process and the rules, they will be alerted to a date and time for the arbitration hearing.
  2. The claimant can then create a written opening statement. It gives you time to think about what you want to say.
  3. After the claimant has made their opening statement, the respondent now gets to make an opening statement also. 
  4. The arbitrator will then ask questions to both parties if unsure about anything.
  5. When the arbitrator has no more questions, they will close the hearing.
  6. The arbitrator will then make a decision and send both parties a copy of the award.

EMERGENCY ARBITRATION

In an emergency, things go a LOT faster. 

  1. The first step is for the claimant to file an EMERGENCY Arbitration Demand and agree to the process and the rules.
  2. The claimant will then be instructed to upload information about their contract and documents to the arbitrator.
  3. Next, the arbitrator will send out an EMAIL Demand For EMERGENCY Arbitration to the respondent to join the arbitration.

If the Respondent Does NOT Show For Arbitration

  1. If they don’t join within 1 day of their receiving that notice, then the arbitration is held without the respondent attending.

If The Respondent DOES Show Up For Arbitration

  1. Once the respondent has joined by paying the EMERGENCY arbitration fee and agreed to the process and the rules, they will be alerted to a date and time for the arbitration hearing.
  2. The claimant can then create a written opening statement. It will include what the emergency is and Why it is an emergency and Why you are entitled to the relief.
  3. After the claimant has made their opening statement, the respondent now gets to make an opening statement and rebuttals also. 
  4. The arbitrator will then ask questions to both parties if unsure about anything.
  5. When the arbitrator has no more questions, they will close the hearing.
  6. The arbitrator will then make a decision and send both parties a copy of the EMERGENCY award.