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New Colossus Form CD for Personal Injury Lawyers

A new legal Colossus forms CD is released today, to supplement the new book Colossus: What Every Trial Lawyer Needs to Know.

Approximately 70 percent of all auto insurers in the U.S. use bodily injury assessment software to determine claim value. Most of them conceal its use. The most widely used bodily injury claim software is called Colossus, but there are others also used by large insurers including Claims Outcome Advisor.  Bodily injury assessment programs require specific information in order to generate claim value in a client's case.  

The Colossus Forms CD provides lawyers with the legal forms necessary when dealing with modern insurance companies on personal injury cases. The CD includes forms specifically formulated to provide your clients with the best possible opportunity to get the best offer available from insurance software based on their actual injuries, and the changes in their life caused by the injuries. Dr. Aaron DeShaw, Esq., created these forms during the process of his three years of research into the insurance software programs while writing his books Colossus: What Every Physician Needs to Know and Colossus: What Every Trial Lawyer Needs to Know.

This CD includes lawyer case intake forms, injury assessment forms, and two specialty forms to provide Colossus the information it looks for including "Duties Under Duress", and "Loss of Enjoyment of Life.”  These two forms alone provide hundreds of “value drivers” taken directly from unprotected claims manuals that provide information necessary for the adjustor to enter the information about your clients' cases into the computer programs.

The Colossus Forms CD also includes two sample demand letters following DeShaw's proprietary demand letter format, which helps you provide the information of value to the insurance settlement evaluation, in the order in which the insurance software seeks the information.  This demand letter format is a "reverse engineering" of the insurance company evaluation process so that you convey to the insurer everything of value in your cases.

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