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Arbitration Clauses

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Have you unknowingly agreed to forfeit your right? 

If you have a credit card, bank account, cable TV or a mobile phone, or if you have otherwise agreed to a form contract presented to you at any time in the last several years, it is likely that you have unknowingly agreed to forfeit your right to sue the other party in court. 

For example, if you were to comb through all the mail you have received from your bank, you would find your account agreement.  Buried somewhere in the fine print, you'll find a "dispute resolution" or "arbitration" clause, which says that if you have a dispute with the bank, you cannot sue; you must resolve your dispute before an arbitrator instead of a court of law. For more information call 800.849.5291 or email us, today!