Mediation is an interactive process where an impartial third party or “neutral” assists parties in resolving conflicts. Mediation typically consists of specialized communication and negotiation techniques.
How Mediation Works
The participants to a mediation are encouraged to actively participate in the process as mediation is primarily focused on the rights, interests, and needs of the parties. The mediator is equipped with a wide range of techniques which help promote constructive dialogue about critical issues and help parties find common ground and resolution. A mediator provides analysis on issues but refrains from offering legal advice to parties. The mediator’s end goal is to resolve disputes outside of the courtroom setting thereby reducing expense and the uncertainties of litigation and trial.
Dan Giroux is a well-known mediator in the State of Kansas and has mediated some of the largest, most complex lawsuits in the State. He has assisted countless litigants find resolution when most lost hope on a solution. Dan has mediated cases/disputes for some of the largest companies in the United States and has consistently worked with the best law firms in Kansas who continually call on Dan’s unique set of mediation skills. Dan is always well prepared, understands the facts and law and has a great command of the mediation process. Parties to a mediation respect Dan, his techniques, and his true dedication to conflict resolution. If he does not get the job done at mediation, Dan is notorious for pestering parties after mediation all in the name of resolution.
Dan mediates a broad range of cases/disputes including personal injury, premises liability, products liability, medical malpractice, business litigation, construction defects and general litigation to name a few. If you want a strong fighter and advocate for resolution who is not afraid to do what needs to be done, then Dan is your man.