Leveraging Demand Letters to Obtain High Settlements in Auto Accident Cases
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will examine strategies for personal injury attorneys to effectively draft and leverage demand letters in auto accident cases to obtain insurer settlements that meet insurance policy limits.
- Best practices for drafting the demand letter
- Timing considerations—when to submit the demand letter
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the key considerations for personal injury attorneys drafting demand letters in auto accident cases?
- What are some of the pitfalls personal injury counsel have confronted when drafting and submitting demand letters and how can they be avoided?
- How can counsel use insurer oversights or errors as leverage to increase the settlement amount?
Coplan & Crane
Mr. Crane exclusively represents individuals and families victimized by wrongful conduct in the. He concentrates his... | Read More
Mr. Crane exclusively represents individuals and families victimized by wrongful conduct in the. He concentrates his practice in plaintiff’s personal injury law, including cases arising from medical malpractice, workplace injuries, transportation (automobile, truck, and railroad) negligence, premises liability, and wrongful death litigation. Mr. Crane has worked for a large defense firm, representing doctors and hospitals in medical malpractice cases and insurance companies in a variety of personal injury matters.Close
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Mr. Pritzker has over 40 years of experience representing individuals and families in personal injury and wrongful... | Read More
Mr. Pritzker has over 40 years of experience representing individuals and families in personal injury and wrongful death claims throughout the U.S. He advocates for clients in suits involving motor vehicle collisions, fires and explosions, food poisoning, and defective medical products. Mr. Pritzker is a former President of the Minnesota Association for Justice and a former Governor of the American Association of Justice.Close