Collins C. Rossi

Pre-Trial Solutions of Louisana

Your alternative for alternative dispute resolution
New Orleans, Louisiana 70112


Business, Civil, Employment, Maritime, Personal Injury, Workplace

Collins C. Rossi has been a practicing attorney for the last 22 years and a sole practitioner for the last seven years. Prior to practicing law Mr. Rossi served as a judicial clerk for an Administrative Law Judge with the United States Department of Labor which office administered claims under the Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act. His practice has been varied and has included the areas of personal injury, insurance defense, workers’ compensation, maritime law, employment discrimination and civil rights. He is also a member of the Advisory Board of the Loyola School of Law Annual Longshore Conference. He received his undergraduate degree in 1979 from Spring Hill College and his JD degree in 1982 from Loyola University. He has spoken at various seminars regarding workers’ compensation and employment related matters. His extensive and varied practice have provided him with a solid foundation to serve as a qualified mediator.

Areas of Practice Mediation and Arbitration

  • General Civil Litigation
  • Workers Compensation
  • Maritime Personal Injury
  • Maritime Property Damage
  • Longshore and Harbor Workers
  • Defense Base Act Claim
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Employment Issues

Why Use Pre-Trial Solutions of Louisiana

Pre-Trial Solutions of Louisiana offers services which have been proven effective to eliminate the delays and excessive costs in both the prosecuting and defending of civil lawsuits.

The mere fact that the parties agree to participate in mediation demonstrates both their acknowledgement of the pitfalls and pratfalls of civil litigation and of their willingness to resolve their differences and move on to bigger and better things.

By employing a confidential decision-making process where the mediator, as a neutral third party, facilitates communication between the litigants, the parties are able to be guided towards a voluntarily and mutually acceptable resolution of their differences. While aiding the parties toward this goal, the mediator allows the parties to make their own decision and resolve the conflict on their own terms.

By determining the time and place of their negotiations, the litigants are given control of their rights, duties and obligations and are able to avoid the delays and expenses inherent in litigation. Mediation allows the parties to amicably resolve their differences and avoid the stress, frustration and uncertainty with any decision made by a judge or jury.

All proceedings are confidential and aimed towards an amicable resolution. None of the participants to the mediation waive any legal rights by agreeing to mediate.

New Orleans Office

3500 North Causeway Boulevard,

Suite 1480

Metairie, Louisiana 70002

office 504-832-0960

fax 504-832-0998

[email protected]

Houston Office

3203 Mercer Street

Houston, TX 77027

office 713-963-9361 i

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