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Convince the Insurance Company to Settle the Case

Convince the Insurance Company to Settle the Case What to Include in a Settlement Brochure A compelling narrative statement of the case prepared by you. Before, during and after photos, showing: your client happy and doing well before the injury your client in the hospital or taking physical therapy and your client now, in a wheelchair or using a walker, or staring out a window, unable to walk or play. A chronology of events from the time of the accident, detailing each hospitalization and therapeutic treatment. Copies of all hospital records. • Copies of all medical reports. A medical report (or several years of primary care records) from a family physician showing that your client was in good health before the accident and did not have a history of problems with the injured body part(s). • A summary of medical expenses, including the total of all bills. Copies of each medical bill. A projection of future medical expenses. Copies of dramatic x-rays showing broken bones, screws and plates. Copies of CT scans showing missing brain tissue or MRIS depicting obviously ruptured spinal column discs. Witness statements from damage witnesses. A detailed calculation of lost wages and lost earning capacity, either by an economist, an actuary or by you if the case does not justify the expenditure for their fees. A reasonable demand for immediate settlement. For practice guides and other materials for attorneys, visit: By James Publishing +,

Convince the Insurance Company to Settle the Case

shared by JamesPublishing on Nov 07
When you submit a settlement brochure, the insurance company is evaluating three things: (1) liability, (2) damages, and (3) your skill as attorney for the plaintiff. How do you put your best foot forward?




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