Mr. Sammons, a mediator in Arizona and Nevada, practiced law for over thirty-eight years. He has consistently been recognized by Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America. Most recently, in recognition of his outstanding accomplishments as a trial lawyer, Mr. Sammons was honored with induction as a Fellow in the prestigious and exclusive American College of Trial Lawyers. From 1978 to 2013, Mr. Sammons built a successful practice focused on personal injury litigation. Utilizing his prior military medical training and experience, he placed a special emphasis on handling medical malpractice cases as well as general personal injury litigation including trucking accidents, products liability, premises liability, governmental tort liability, and automotive liability. Mr. Sammons has favorably resolved thousands of litigated matters for both plaintiffs and defendants and has been lead trial counsel in over seventy-five successful jury trials at the state and federal level. With decades of litigation and successful courtroom trial experience, Mr. Sammons now focuses on mediations and arbitrations, popular forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). His advanced ADR training includes the comprehensive "Mediating the Litigated Case" course at Pepperdine University's renowned Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution; advanced training from the Dispute Resolution section of the American Bar Association; and, training in Mediation with the Institute for Conflict Management. In addition, he has also successfully completed training in Professional Facilitation, and in Organization & Relationship Systems Coaching. Mr. Sammons' ADR practice includes mediations, arbitrations, conflict coaching, group-think facilitation and peacemaking - all effective tools to help clients resolve their disputes without the need for trial or even litigation.