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Pamela N. Breedlove

Pamela N. Breedlove has been licensed to practice law in Louisiana and Georgia since 1992. The first fifteen years of her practice was primarily litigation oriented, including medical malpractice defense, commercial litigation, defense of municipalities and individual employees against federal and state constitutional and tort claims, employment litigation, family law, successions, and general litigation.

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Civil & Family Mediation

Mediation provides an opportunity to settle legal disputes without traditional litigation. It saves time and money, and in many cases, makes it possible to continue relationships once a dispute is resolved. This is why mediation is such a popular option for resolving civil and family disputes.

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Police & Fire Civil Service Law

Police and firefighters are viewed as authority figures in every community. They risk their lives to protect those of the citizens. Unfortunately, police officers and firefighters sometimes are accused of making mistakes and need legal representation.

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Mediation and Healthcare Law in Bossier City Louisiana

Healthcare law in Bossier City Louisiana affects the daily routines of healthcare providers, such as doctors, hospitals, and other medical facilities. These individuals and entities are held to high standards that must be followed as they handle sensitive patient information and administer care. From time to time, disputes arise involving healthcare laws. Such disputes commonly involve allegations by a patient that a medical professional or facility did not act properly when rendering care. They may also arise between employees and employers in medical facilities, or they may stem from disciplinary matters. Regardless, issues involving healthcare law in Bossier City Louisiana lend themselves nicely to mediation.

In healthcare law disputes, confidentiality is often a primary concern for the parties involved. Medical facilities do not want their reputations tarnished by a healthcare law claim, and patients do not want their private medical history analyzed in the public arena of a courtroom. Mediation actually provides a private, confidential setting in which these claims may be discussed and settled, making it a popular choice for healthcare law disputes.

Often, only the parties, their attorneys, and the mediator are present for mediation. It is not a public event, in contrast to a courtroom trial. Mediation is usually conducted in an attorney conference room.

The mediator is also bound by certain confidentiality rules. For example, mediators may not be called to testify in a trial if they previously served as a mediator in the case. Mediators may not discuss the issues discussed during mediation. Thus, any statements the parties make to the mediator remain confidential. In fact, the parties may request that the mediator not disclose certain statements to the other party. Mediation is probably the most private phase of a healthcare law dispute. The parties may openly discuss their case as they work toward settlement without fear that statements made will harm them later.