Mediation Services You Can Trust
Counsel from an Orlando Workers' Comp Attorney
When facing any legal matter, it is almost always advantageous to avoid
the courtroom if possible. Litigation can be drawn out, costly, and places
all the control in the hands of a judge. More and more, those facing a
legal issue are turning to mediation to maintain control of the legal
process, avoid substantial legal fees, and resolve conflicts in a collaborative way.
David E. Mallen, Attorney at Law is a skilled, compassionate, and insightful mediator who has helped clients
solve an array of different legal cases. As a former insurance defense
attorney and practicing
Orlando workers' compensation lawyer, he brings a comprehensive knowledge base to his mediation work. From
injury claims to complex administrative cases from various industries,
Attorney Mallen places favorable, amicable outcomes within reach for his clients.
Take the first step today.
Contact our firm to learn more about your mediation options.
What is mediation?
Mediation is a process of working through and resolving a legal issue outside
the courtroom with just the involved parties, their respective lawyers,
and a mediator. It is the mediator's responsibility to maintain a
communicative, structured process, provide clarifications, and offer an
impartial perspective when disagreements occur.
Attorney Mallen is prepared to mediate cases involving:
- Residential landlord / tenant
- Commercial landlord / tenant
- Wage and hour matters
- Child custody
- Trade secrets
- Hospital and nursing negligence
- Medical malpractice
These are just a few of many cases Attorney Mallen has experience with.
Additionally, he brings extensive litigation and arbitration experience
to his mediation cases, so that clients can rely on a thorough legal understanding
to guide their case towards their mutual and individual goals.
If you are facing a legal matter you believe can and should be solved outside
the courtroom, our firm can help make that happen. Contact us for a
free case evaluation today.