Demand letter services for personal injury law firms
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Our demand letter services help make our attorney clients more effective in negotiating higher settlements because they are comprehensive, and clear and factual references substantiate all assertions. We help our attorney clients work more effectively with minimal cost commitment, and our software-assisted medical evaluations required for the demand letters are the most comprehensive in the industry.
Here is a sample demand letter generated in less than 24 hours for an attorney-client. With this level of clarity, settlement conferences are more informed and productive.
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With every demand letter, you will receive our software analytics that can further help you demonstrate.
- Pre-existing conditions
- Conflicting medical opinions, if any
- Completion level of records
- Factual conflicts in data
- Treatment gaps
- Categorized record and cost of treatment post injury
Suppose you don’t have the records yet. In that case, our medical records group can provide turnkey services to retrieve records rapidly (often within a week) and generate a complete analysis in less than 1-2 days after receipt of records.
Here are some examples of what our medical analytics look like:
With data exposed this way, our clients and legal consultants get a complete picture of medical data supporting an injury claim.
In addition, all analytics include a clickable graphic timeline to review the entire medical record rapidly and quickly get to specific facts on specific dates.
Our attorneys outclass opposing counsel in the quality of medical information available to them, making them more effective in negotiating higher claims. With prior knowledge, they can prepare arguments to directly address concerns, no matter which element of the action is in contention.
What makes a demand letter necessary?
A demand letter’s main objective is to notify the other party of a prospective legal claim that could be made against them. The law places a significant emphasis on notice. The date of notification is commonly used as a benchmark for determining a party’s legal rights and obligations or the amount of damages that a party may be liable for in a dispute between two (or more) parties over money, property, or legal obligations.
In some cases, you may need to give notice in some situations before you may make a claim. Alternatively, in order for a claim to become legally valid, some statutes and rules demand that the party who was injured provide notice of the claim. For example, in many states, if you intend to make a personal injury claim against a government entity, you have to notify them. In some commercial contracts, giving notice is a requirement before alleging a party has broken an obligation. However, giving notice isn’t always needed, but it’s still a crucial part of defending and upholding your legal rights in other situations. The opposite party may claim ignorance of your objections against their activities as a defense if you fail to provide notice of a claim via a demand letter. A demand letter makes it clear to the other party that you believe you have been harmed, that you believe they owe you a duty or compensation, and that you intend to file a lawsuit if necessary.
The benefits of outsourcing demand letter preparation services to Telegenisys include having quick and affordable access to well-written, highly accurate reports. Writing a demand letter takes a lot of time, effort, and resources. When you choose Telegenisys for outsourcing, this process is made simple. We accept the responsibility of assisting you in obtaining the strongest claim for the claimant. We work quickly to deliver the best product with the highest data quality and accuracy.
Here are some key points of our well-written demand letter services:
- Clear, well-structured, and complete with all relevant information
- listing the most persuasive arguments
- describing the claimant’s injuries, including their type and extent
- Information on all medical treatments the claimant has received
- specifics of past, present, and future medical costs and income losses
- Information on property loss and way of life effects.
- A description of the incident along with available photos.
- An overview of the ailments brought on by the injuries.
- A breakdown of the medical bills and costs.
- ICD codes found in the patient records.
- An analysis of projected future medical expenses.
- Any additional losses, such as income loss, with supporting documentation.
- The amount of the settlement.
Our medical specialists have extensive experience regarding the information provided in these letters to make demands regarding the negotiations. We will examine all the losses, damages, and medical costs from the medical records to create letters requesting compensation. Our letters of demand to insurance providers are successful and guarantee your settlement.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
What is a demand letter?
A demand letter is a letter that makes a legal claim and demands restitution or the execution of some obligation due to the recipients’ alleged violation of contract or for a legal wrong.
The letter outlines the reasons behind the demand for money and gives the other party the necessary details to assess it. You require a persuasive demand letter if you are injured in a personal injury accident.
How to write a demand letter
To write a winning demand letter, clearly emphasize the following information:
- The date of the injury
- Name of the claimant
- Policy number, if available
- What parties were involved in the accident
- Events leading up to and causing the accident
- Detailed information regarding economic damages, broken down by category
- Explanation of non-economic damages
- The victim/claimant’s contact information
How long after a demand letter does settlement take
The time it takes for a settlement to be reached after receiving a demand letter can depend on several factors. Settlement can take a few weeks to months after the demand letter has been filed and the defending party has received the claim.
However, some circumstances could lengthen the processing of your claim if you have significant damages and severe injuries:
- Your injury’s degree will be a factor. Your claim can take longer to resolve if you are still undergoing medical treatment.
- A full schedule for the insurance adjuster could result in a delay in processing.
- Due to weak supporting documentation, the process will be prolonged if the insurer contests your claim. The procedure will take longer if your case is litigated in court.
- Insurance providers occasionally prolong the claims procedure to get you to accept a lower settlement offer.
- The procedure can take longer if you aren’t the only person who was injured.
How to write a formal demand letter
No one wants to go to court if a dispute can be settled amicably. Because of this, the settlement procedure for most disagreements begins with sending a demand letter. The formal demand letter opens a discussion between you and your opponent by explaining:
- your side of the story
- the amount you’ve incurred in bills, and
- the total amount in the settlement you’re requesting.