Caballero was bound by the arbitration agreement he signed and initially with Premier Care upon admitting his mother to Premier Care’s elder care facility.  Caballero cannot escape the agreement even though he claims not to understand, speak or read English, and the arbitration agreement was presented to him only in English.  If a party does not speak or understand English sufficiently to comprehend a contract in English, it is incumbent upon the party to have it read or explained to him or her–unless the non-English speaker can show that he was fraudulently induced to sign the contract.  In this case, there was no evidence that Caballero told Premier Care he couldn’t read English or that he asked it to explain what the contract said. His decision to sign a document he could not read is not a basis for avoiding an arbitration agreement.