A lawsuit that claimed elderly residents at a 152-bed Broward nursing home were left to “bake in sweltering heat” after Hurricane Irma cut power in 2017 will not be litigated after the Fourth District Court of Appeal disagreed with claims that a brief arbitration clause didn’t cover tort claims.

The result was a reminder of the weight alternative dispute resolution methods carry when challenged in court.

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