A demand letter is a crucial component of a personal injury case in Georgia. It serves as a formal request for compensation and outlines the details of your claim. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the purpose of a demand letter, its importance in the negotiation process, and provide case study examples of both a good and a bad demand letter.
A demand letter is a written document sent to the at-fault party or their insurance company, outlining the details of your personal injury claim. The primary purpose of a demand letter is to:
In a recent case, our client, Jane, was injured in a car accident caused by a distracted driver. Our team at #Cohen & Sinowski prepared a strong demand letter that included the following elements:
As a result of the well-prepared demand letter, we were able to negotiate a fair settlement for Jane without the need for a lengthy court battle.
In contrast, a poorly written demand letter can hinder your chances of reaching a fair settlement. In another case, a client came to us after attempting to handle their claim independently. Their initial demand letter lacked crucial details, such as:
Due to the insufficient demand letter, the insurance company offered a low settlement amount that did not adequately compensate the client for their injuries. Our team at Cohen & Sinowski stepped in, revised the demand letter, and successfully negotiated a higher settlement for the client.
A well-written demand letter is a powerful tool in negotiating a fair settlement for your personal injury case. At Cohen & Sinowski, our experienced attorneys understand the importance of crafting a strong demand letter and are dedicated to fighting for the compensation you deserve.
If you need assistance with your personal injury case in Georgia, contact our team at 404-351-8888 or visit our website at www.cohensinowski.com for a free consultation.