A Well-Crafted Demand Letter Can Help You Avoid a Costly Trial
If you're involved in a legal dispute, your first inclination might be to file a lawsuit. However, doing so without first attempting to resolve the conflict may be a huge mistake.
With a persuasive and purposeful demand letter, you may be able to achieve the results you seek without the risk, expense, and emotional rollercoaster of a lengthy lawsuit and trial.
In Writing a Pre-Lawsuit Demand Letter, litigation attorneys Neer Lerner and Elliott Malone provide tips and strategies for creating an effective, persuasive, and professional-looking demand letter to help you successfully resolve your legal dispute without a lawsuit.
How to Write a Persuasive Demand Letter
The mini-course includes video instruction and a PDF guide with a sample pre-lawsuit demand letter.
- How to make your letter appear professional so your opponent will take your demands seriously;
- How to structure your facts and arguments to have your best chance of settling with your opponent;
- What you should avoid in your demand letter to protect yourself; and
- Many additional pointers to avoid embarrassing and damaging mistakes so you can position yourself to resolve your dispute early.
The information and documents in Writing a Pre-Lawsuit Demand Letter will empower you to write a compelling and effective demand letter geared towards avoiding a lengthy lawsuit.
For more information on filing or defending a lawsuit, be sure to view Preparing, Filing, and Serving a Lawsuit, Getting Sued: How to Respond to a Lawsuit, and Courtroom Introduction: Etiquette, Procedure, and Who’s Who?