Approximately 70% of all auto insurers in the US use bodily injury assessment software to evaluate claim value in third party cases. Most of them conceal its use or allege they no longer use the software. The most widely used bodily injury claim software is called Colossus. Colossus and other similar programs require specific information to generate maximum claim value. To obtain maximum value on the cases you settle, you must provide adjustors with the specific information that Colossus requires. Even if a case is filed for litigation, some insurers still restrict all defense counsel offers to the Colossus claim values.
This one of a kind CD provides lawyers with the necessary forms to obtain higher offers against Colossus. The specifically generated forms, including specialty forms like “Duties Under Duress”, and “Loss of Enjoyment of Life,” provide the best opportunity for your clients to get the maximum offer from Colossus software based on their injuries.
This updated version includes a paper on how to write a Colossus-style demand letter by the nation’s leading Colossus expert, Dr. Aaron DeShaw, Esq., along with two templates for step-by-step demand letters formatted for computer assessment software.
Also included is a new client intake form by Dr. DeShaw, as discussed in his Traumatic Injuries DVD set, with checklists for traumatic brain injuries, inner ear injuries, C1 ligament ruptures, psychological injuries, and other conditions not evaluated within Colossus. These lists help you identify more serious injuries during client intake, and allow your clients to seek specialist care early in their cases. Identifying the entirety of your clients’ injuries can significantly increase case value.
This CD is a must if you handle auto accident cases. The Colossus system does not provide a full and fair value to cases, but if you don’t go to trial on every case, you owe it to your clients to get the best settlement possible. This CD gives you the tools to accomplish that.
Forms are available in both Word and PDF formats.
This title is part of the iWin® series of educational media by Trial Guides™.
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