Writing Demand Letters Package - On Demand CLE

Aaron DeShaw, Charlette Sinclair, Morgan Adams, Sean Gamble, Tyler Komarnycky, and Matt Powell
Writing Demand Letters Package - On Demand CLE
Writing Demand Letters Package - On Demand CLE

Writing Demand Letters Package - On Demand CLE

Aaron DeShaw, Charlette Sinclair, Morgan Adams, Sean Gamble, Tyler Komarnycky, and Matt Powell
Regular price $935.00
$750.00

Click here for Access Instructions for On Demand Programs

Each user must register individually as they will need their own login to access the program.

Since settlements dominate nearly every personal injury practice, your ability to write an effective demand letter is vital.

In this video, Aaron DeShaw (author of the only legal text on insurance bodily injury software) and Charlette Sinclair (the nation’s leading consultant on demand letter writing) provide you a formula, reverse engineered from the insurance industry’s software for auto, premises, and workers’ compensation cases, for optimizing your demand letters. They provide numerous important insights, including:

  • The number one reason that you may be getting low offers

  • The top five value drivers in a demand letter

  • The importance of ensuring that your clients’ doctors diagnose all of their injuries

  • Information about how special client forms will trigger additional hidden value in your cases

  • How your failure to obtain a permanent impairment rating can reduce offers

  • How to negotiate for higher settlements

  • And much more

In addition, you get the following:

  • Leading trucking lawyer Morgan Adams provides inside tips for how to write demand letters for trucking cases. This includes information on how to find the insurance for the tractor and trailer, how to trigger multiple layers of insurance coverage, how to work up cases to ensure that you have qualified experts, and how trucking cases differ from auto cases.
  • Sean Gamble, the lawyer that Rick Friedman calls “the greatest demand writer” he knows, talks about decision science and how you can use compelling frames and language in your demand letters and trial.
  • Visual litigation strategist Tyler Komarnycky discusses providing innovative visual solutions for your demand letters. Your demand letters should not be limited to words alone.  As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. Using medical illustrations, graphics, timelines, videos, and animations will more effectively impart the impact of the incident in question on your client’s life.

If you are a personal injury lawyer that settles the majority of your cases, this critical information will substantially improve your practice.

The following products are included in this package:

Writing Demand Letters: Where Science Meets Settlement Part 1 - On Demand CLE

Writing Demand Letters: Where Science Meets Settlement Part 2 - On Demand CLE

Writing Demand Letters: Where Science Meets Settlement Part 3 - On Demand CLE

Writing Demand Letters: Where Science Meets Settlement Part 4 - On Demand CLE

Advanced Demand Letters: Truck Accidents - On Demand CLE

Using Decision Science to Write Your Demand Letters - On Demand CLE

Writing Demand Letters: Thinking, Communicating, and Persuading Visually - On Demand CLE

Plus a bonus video not sold separately: 

Your Ace in the Hole: Best Practices for Gathering and Organizing Information*

Aaron DeShaw and Matt Powell address important issues many personal injury lawyers face:

  • Handling cases efficiently from intake to conclusion
  • How to effectively handle pre existing conditions in your demand letters and trials
  • How to use advanced imaging to objectively prove important spinal injuries that often get missed
  • How to handle "minor impact” auto cases

*No CLE is being offered for this bonus content

 

Click here for Access Instructions for On Demand Programs

Each user must register individually as they will need their own login to access the program.

Since settlements dominate nearly every personal injury practice, your ability to write an effective demand letter is vital.

In this video, Aaron DeShaw (author of the only legal text on insurance bodily injury software) and Charlette Sinclair (the nation’s leading consultant on demand letter writing) provide you a formula, reverse engineered from the insurance industry’s software for auto, premises, and workers’ compensation cases, for optimizing your demand letters. They provide numerous important insights, including:

  • The number one reason that you may be getting low offers

  • The top five value drivers in a demand letter

  • The importance of ensuring that your clients’ doctors diagnose all of their injuries

  • Information about how special client forms will trigger additional hidden value in your cases

  • How your failure to obtain a permanent impairment rating can reduce offers

  • How to negotiate for higher settlements

  • And much more

In addition, you get the following:

  • Leading trucking lawyer Morgan Adams provides inside tips for how to write demand letters for trucking cases. This includes information on how to find the insurance for the tractor and trailer, how to trigger multiple layers of insurance coverage, how to work up cases to ensure that you have qualified experts, and how trucking cases differ from auto cases.
  • Sean Gamble, the lawyer that Rick Friedman calls “the greatest demand writer” he knows, talks about decision science and how you can use compelling frames and language in your demand letters and trial.
  • Visual litigation strategist Tyler Komarnycky discusses providing innovative visual solutions for your demand letters. Your demand letters should not be limited to words alone.  As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. Using medical illustrations, graphics, timelines, videos, and animations will more effectively impart the impact of the incident in question on your client’s life.

If you are a personal injury lawyer that settles the majority of your cases, this critical information will substantially improve your practice.

The following products are included in this package:

Writing Demand Letters: Where Science Meets Settlement Part 1 - On Demand CLE

Writing Demand Letters: Where Science Meets Settlement Part 2 - On Demand CLE

Writing Demand Letters: Where Science Meets Settlement Part 3 - On Demand CLE

Writing Demand Letters: Where Science Meets Settlement Part 4 - On Demand CLE

Advanced Demand Letters: Truck Accidents - On Demand CLE

Using Decision Science to Write Your Demand Letters - On Demand CLE

Writing Demand Letters: Thinking, Communicating, and Persuading Visually - On Demand CLE

Plus a bonus video not sold separately: 

Your Ace in the Hole: Best Practices for Gathering and Organizing Information*

Aaron DeShaw and Matt Powell address important issues many personal injury lawyers face:

  • Handling cases efficiently from intake to conclusion
  • How to effectively handle pre existing conditions in your demand letters and trials
  • How to use advanced imaging to objectively prove important spinal injuries that often get missed
  • How to handle "minor impact” auto cases

*No CLE is being offered for this bonus content

 

Speakers

Aaron DeShaw

Aaron DeShaw

Dr. Aaron DeShaw, Esq. has individually, and in cooperation with other law firms, obtained settlements and verdicts for his clients in excess of $1 Billion. He is the leading author in the U.S. on the subject of Colossus, the computer assessment program used by most auto insurance companies for evaluating personal injury claims. DeShaw is author of three books, and is featured in multiple professional education videos on the topics of traumati... Learn More

Charlette Sinclair

Charlette Sinclair

Charlette Sinclair has dedicated her career to helping lawyers maximize settlement value for their legitimately injured clients. Her background isn’t traditional - while working as a paralegal for mass volume law firms she realized the ineffectiveness of the traditional, narrative-style demand letter. She then learned about the Colossus bodily injury claim software and other claims evaluation software from subject expert Aaron DeShaw, who taug... Learn More

Morgan Adams

Morgan Adams

Morgan Adams earned his reputation as “The Truck Accident Lawyer” by successfully taking on the nation’s biggest trucking, bus, and insurance companies. The firm’s expertise in truck accident litigation is well known and the firm is frequently hired by other lawyers to maximize results for clients in these tragic cases. In fact, Morgan has worked on cases in 44 states, achieving record results in multiple states and jurisdictions. He is NBTA B... Learn More

Sean Gamble

Sean Gamble

Sean helps traumatically-brain injured clients by holding accountable the wrongdoers who caused the injuries. Sean prosecutes brain injury cases in Washington and across the country in teamwork with other attorneys. He co-manages the firm’s library on TBI science and research. In addition to brain injury cases, Sean has worked on a variety of matters involving maritime law, aviation law, insurance bad faith, nursing home abuse and neglect, med... Learn More

Tyler Komarnycky

Tyler Komarnycky

With over seven years of experience as a Visual Litigation Strategist for High Impact, the industry leader in providing innovative visual solutions and litigation support to attorneys worldwide, Tyler has personally consulted on 200-350 cases per year ranging in value from five to eight figures. He’s provided top-notch service developing case themes and visual strategies that have helped secure millions of dollars for his customers and their i... Learn More

Matt Powell

Matt Powell

Matt first practiced law with a prominent insurance defense firm in Tallahassee, Florida. The firm represented over 20 insurance companies and defended negligent drivers and doctors. During that time, he learned the methods, techniques and strategies that insurance companies use to reduce the amount of money they pay to people and families who have been injured or killed in accidents or by neglect. After learning these methods and techniques, ... Learn More