Having a demand letter template can help you save time with your personal injury settlements. By having a strong blueprint to follow, you can increase the amount of your auto accident claims. Below, I have created a template that shows which areas you should focus on when writing a demand letter.
(Name of Insurance claims adjuster)
(Name of Insurance Company)
(Address of Insurance Company)
Re: Your Insured, (Name of Insured)
Claim No: _____
Claimant: (Your name)
Date of Loss : (Date of Accident)
Dear (name of claims adjuster),
(The first part of your demand letter will focus on showing why the other driver was at fault.)
Restate the facts of the accident
Describe Your Injuries and Treatment
Loss of Income
List Your Medical bills
Here are the medical expenses for my treatment that are shown on my medical billing records:
Amount of Lost Income
Asking For Your Settlement
I hope to hear from you soon.
When you are writing a demand letter, the words you use to describe your injuries and car crash, can help increase your personal injury settlements.
For example, saying I felt a "shooting pain" is more powerful than simply saying I was "not feeling well."
Here are some other words you can use to describe your pain with the demand letter template:
Use these descriptive words when you are following the demand letter template. This will make your injuries sound more dramatic and serious. The more serious your injuries appear, the more money you can get from personal injury settlements.
Remember to not over use the descriptive words. Use these descriptive words sparingly and where they are appropriate. Otherwise, your injuries will not sound genuine.
You should also make sure that you use the words that accurately describe your injuries. DO NOT try to exaggerate your pain simply to gain a higher settlement. This will backfire on you. So it's best just to stay honest about your personal injuries.
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