Question by  agrotto (17)

What should I say in a personal injury demand letter?


Answer by  ncgirl (120)

This letter should indicate the total amount of expenses such as medical expenses, lost wages and future medical expenses if any that a person has incurred in a claim. It should also include a demand amount to the entity responsible that demands what the person thinks will satisfy the claim.


Answer by  BilWitters (436)

A personal injury demand letter should lay out the theory of liability, the injuries sustained, the medical bills and records and the amount that you are seeking in compensation.


Answer by  bernardjfarber (55)

In a personal injury demand letter, you should identify the facts from which your claim arises, and specify the amount of damages you are asking to collect, as well as specifying a deadline for the defendant to accept your demand, or face the possibility that you will file a lawsuit. The letter must then be served on the culpable party.


Answer by  mammakat (11147)

You just need to lay out clearly your losses, how the injury has affected your work, personal ability to function in daily life, etc. There are templates online to help.


Answer by  practicingjd (32)

Explain how you were injured. Be reasonably and absolutely be truthful and accurate (otherwise your credibility is lost and you will ahve no success). Then explain why it is the other person's fault. Why are they to blame? Why are they responsible? What did the do or not do?

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