Experienced Licensed Mediators for Alternative Dispute Resolution
wjcb’s licensed mediators provide mediation services in workers’ compensation and general liability matters in South Carolina and North Carolina. Our team boasts Certified Circuit Court Mediators in South Carolina and MSC Certified Mediators in North Carolina.
Above all, our mediators are known for their approachability and ability to empathize with both parties. Our team’s collective level-headed temperament makes all the difference. You can feel confident knowing your alternative dispute resolution is in good hands.
What to Expect
From WJCB’s mediators
Empathy Toward Both Parties
Part of what makes our mediators excellent is their ability to remain level-headed, approachable, and empathetic. This temperament makes the mediation process easier and more manageable for everyone involved.
Responsiveness & Personal Attention
Our mediators are known for being highly responsive throughout the process.
A Productive and Efficient Process
Their years of experience handling both mandatory and voluntary mediations make our licensed mediators very familiar with every step of the process. You can rest assured knowing our team is well-equipped to handle even the most challenging cases.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who should I contact to schedule a mediation in your offices?
To reserve a mediation date with a particular Charleston Mediator, please send an email with details to [email protected] or call Lauren Blanton at 843.284.1085.
To reserve a mediation date with a particular Columbia Mediator, please send an email with details to [email protected] or call Colleen Ussery at 803.509.8074.
To reserve a mediation date with a particular Greenville Mediator, please send an email with details to [email protected] or call Bridgette Hayes at 864.672.3718. To schedule a meditation with Anne Culbreath click here.
To reserve a mediation date with Larry Baker, please send an email with details to [email protected] or call Shay Perry at 704.247.9693.
Are there different types of mediation? If so, what are some examples of those types?
Mandatory vs. Voluntary
What is the Mediation Process?
Mediations typically follow a similar order. First, our mediators explain the mediation process to both parties. This is followed by an informal opening statement from both sides. Next, both parties break into caucuses (allowing each party to be in separate rooms). Our mediators go back and forth between both rooms with settlements and demands until a decision is reached. The mediator then brings everyone back together and reviews the decision with both parties.
Find a Mediator
Whether your mediation is mandatory or voluntary, we have the right mediator to make the process as easy as possible for your company. Explore our licensed mediators today.