The personal injury claims process can be quite complicated, but one of the most important aspects of the Florida claims process is sending the liable party and their attorney a demand letter. In many cases, this can help you to avoid going to court to obtain your compensation and can get you access to your settlement in a timely manner.
Continue reading to learn more about what a Florida demand letter might include and how long it could take to obtain the injury settlement you need to recuperate financially.
A lot goes in to writing a strong personal injury demand letter, and your attorney can handle this on your behalf. But here is a brief idea of what details should be included in your letter:
In addition to these details, your lawyer will also include a date by which they expect your injury settlement to be issued. If your settlement is not issued by this time, or if your attorney does not hear back from the liable party in a timely manner, they will need to reach out again. This could extend the amount of time it takes to obtain your injury settlement.
Every case is different, and there are many factors that can contribute to the amount of time it takes to secure your injury settlement. The respondent typically has at least forty-five days to get in touch with your attorney in response to your demand letter, and if there is no response, it can take even longer.
You will need to discuss the individual details of your case with your lawyer for a more specific idea of how long it will take to resolve your unique case.
If you are interested in learning more about what goes into a well-written demand letter, or for assistance pursuing compensation for injuries you endured through the fault of another, reach out to an experienced Florida personal injury lawyer at Anderson & Anderson.
You can give our office a call at 813-251-0072 or submit the online contact form we have included at the bottom of this page when you are ready to schedule your free consultation.