News — Demand Letter
Years of Experience Learned in Hours – A Review of Running with the Bulls
Tuesday, March 09, 2021
How Nick Rowley and Team Obtain 8 Figure Settlements
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Writing Demand Letters in Auto Cases Live Webinar CLE
Monday, October 01, 2012
Trial Guides Intensive Motor Vehicle Case CLE
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Trial Guides believes these case values do not reflect a true state of the severity of crash injuries, but instead a failure by attorneys to fully understand the claim process and the injuries involved in these collisions. We believe it's time to face claim underpayments head on. So, as the nation's leading publishing company for plaintiff's lawyers, we asked ourselves this question. How can we radically change the way personal injury lawyers handle motor vehicle cases with one CLE?
Maximizing Auto Accident Settlement Offers
Friday, April 07, 2006
Nearly 70% of auto accident cases in the U.S. are evaluated by bodily injury claims assessment software. Now there is a guide that helps you and your clients - triggering thousands of "value drivers," and helping you ethically maximize settlement offers based upon the facts of your clients' cases. What lawyers do not realize is that most auto insurers are using computer programs to determine their settlement offers in personal injury cases. Medical timeline demand letters do not work because the computer systems are looking for very specific case facts or factors, which are then entered into the computer system, which...
Colossus Text Helps You Ethically Maximize Settlement Offers
Friday, April 07, 2006
Nebraska Association of Trial Lawyers Publishes Excerpt of Aaron DeShaw Colossus Text
Tuesday, August 09, 2005
Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association Reviews Aaron DeShaw's Colossus Text
Monday, June 06, 2005
Montana Trial Lawyers Association Publishes on the Colossus Text
Sunday, June 05, 2005
The Idaho Trial Lawyers Association Journal publishes on Colossus Text
Wednesday, June 01, 2005
New Colossus Form CD for Personal Injury Lawyers
Sunday, February 01, 2004
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.
New book on Colossus for Lawyers Reveals Best Practices for Insurance Demand Letters
Thursday, January 01, 2004