In addition to our outstanding personal injury services, we at Jenkins Utley handle a variety of other cases. Our Atlanta personal injury attorneys have assisted clients with everything from mediation services to contract law and drafting, and general litigation of all types. Together, our attorneys have more than 16 years of combined experience. We understand the legal process and are intimately familiar with Georgia’s numerous laws and civil regulations. Our firm is well-equipped to handle a wide range of complex, unique practice areas. If you’re facing a serious legal matter, we invite you to browse our other practice areas to the right and get in touch with our legal team for a free consultation.
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Whether you are seeking mediation services for a sensitive legal issue, or need an aggressive litigator on your side for trial, Jenkins Utley, P.C. is prepared to help. We have the experience, skills, and resources to advocate for you throughout the legal process.
At Jenkins Utley, P.C., we assist each and every client by providing:
With backgrounds in family law, business law, and criminal defense, our Atlanta personal injury attorneys are able to offer a unique approach to each case. We often collaborate on a case in order to provide our clients with the best possible strategies. No matter your situation, we do everything we can to ensure an optimal outcome on your behalf.
If you need mediation, litigation, or assistance with just about any civil matter, turn to our skilled, award-winning attorneys. We’ve been recognized for our outstanding legal services by prestigious organizations, including a place in the National Trial Lawyers’ Top 40 Under 40 list. We are well-equipped to handle all types of complex cases, offering personalized services and uncompromising representation every step of the way.
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Mediators exist to provide neutral, unbiased third party arbitration between two parties that may be disputing or unable to reach agreements concerning a number of matters. Mediation services help avoid going to trial and resolve these disputes outside of court. Mediation can be agreed upon by the parties or ordered by a judge. Mediation issues can be related to a number of litigation disputes and matters including:
Save time and money with the mediation services offered from Jenkins Utley, P.C. Our confidential and caring attorney, Jim Jenkins, is dedicated to finding the best solution for those seeking a mutual agreement through arbitration.
Mediation is not a binding process unless an agreement or settlement is made. The neutral third party, or mediator, does not force either of the other parties to settle and both may negotiate and develop their own ideal resolutions.
The process of mediation varies, depending on the issue at hand. The mediator’s office will coordinate schedules of both parties to plan a day, time and place for meeting. Mediation usually occurs with both disputing parties and their representatives meeting in the same room to give personal accounts of the ongoing issue, one at a time. Afterward, the mediator meets with the two parties separately to hear anything they may want to share privately. Sometimes parties choose not to meet together at all.
If both parties come to a conclusion and accept the terms each other offers, the mediator drafts a mediation report that both parties and their representatives (if applicable) must agree to and sign. This report then becomes a binding contract. Mediators do not provide legal advice as they must remain unbiased and are not serving as legal counsel to either party. They also cannot be called as witnesses in court should parties fail to follow through with arrangements in the future.
Mediation services can avoid the stress of trials, court costs and outcomes that may or may not be favorable for either party during disputes.
Jenkins Utley, P.C. offers parties seeking mediation services the neutral and committed advocacy they need. We will work tirelessly to communicate and negotiate fairly between both clients so that both sides see a resolution they accept.
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General litigation refers to civil litigation proceedings which can include many different types of lawsuits. Many cases result in settlements, but some may go to trial. Either way, the litigation process is multifaceted and complex.
Having experienced and knowledgeable lawyers on your side makes all the difference. At Jenkins Utley, P.C., our attorneys are skilled in the many practice areas of general litigation. We can assist in hearings, trials, arbitrations, dispute resolution, and more. Our Atlanta law firm is dedicated to helping our clients find the best solution and outcome for any matter.
The attorneys of Jenkins Utley, P.C. are experts in various practice areas, allowing us to work together and join our knowledge for successful results. Our attorneys are practiced in the areas of:
Our firm works diligently to understand our clients’ goals so that we serve their best interests. Jenkins Utley, P.C. assists both businesses and individuals in general litigation cases in and out of the courtroom. We will handle your case from start to finish – from investigating and evidence collection to settlement negotiation to trials in the courtroom. We provide personalized services that are cost-efficient, while maintaining our focus on success.
Additionally, our local lawyers maintain a professional manner in the courtroom while working individually with clients to better know and understand them. Whether you are seeking compensation for a small amount of damages or life-altering event, Jenkins Utley, P.C. can help.
Jenkins Utley, P.C. are the local Atlanta lawyers you can trust. We will keep your personal or business goals in mind throughout the legal process. Please contact the firm for all your litigation needs. Call our firm: or fill out an online form. Your initial consultation is free of charge.