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In arbitration, an umpire (also known as a "neutral arbitrator") is used to resolve disputes that cannot be resolved by the two car appraisers selected by the parties involved in the dispute. The use of an umpire is common in cases where the two car appraisers cannot agree on a decision, or if the two appraisers have already made decisions on certain issues and cannot agree on a final decision. West Coast Auto Appraisals is highly experienced and respected in the field of umpiring and arbitration.
The umpire is chosen by the two car appraisers, or appointed by a court or other authority, and is usually an experienced and impartial individual with expertise in the automotive industry related to the dispute. The umpire's role is to review the decisions made by the two car appraisers and to make a final decision on the dispute.
Using West Coast Auto Appraisals as an umpire helps to ensure that disputes are resolved fairly and impartially, and that the final decision is not influenced by the preferences of one car appraiser or the other. It also helps to prevent the possibility of a deadlock between the two car appraisers, which could result in the dispute remaining unresolved.
Overall, the use of West Coast Auto Appraisals as an umpire in arbitration helps to ensure that the dispute resolution process is effective and that a fair and impartial decision is reached. Call us today on 800-460-0100 or email to discuss your umpiring / arbitration needs.
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