Neutral Fact Finding

In the workplace, in the courts, between the parties, facts can be slanted and strained in many ways.

It becomes difficult if not impossible to remain objective and focused.  A neutral fact-finder makes his or her own investigation focused on finding the unvarnished truth in order to move the parties along.

Neutral fact-finding is a process where a neutral third party, selected either by the disputing parties or by the court, investigates an issue and reports or testifies in court. The neutral fact-finding process is particularly useful for resolving complex scientific and factual disputes.