What information should be included in a demand letter in a personal injury case? | Shapiro, Washburn & Sharp

The demand letter should include:

  • The relevant facts of the case, basically telling the victim’s side of the accident
  • All of the damages the victim has sustained because of their injuries, including medical expenses, loss of income, pain and suffering, emotional anguish, scarring, and any other losses the victim has experienced.
  • A statement of fault, detailing the other party’s negligent or reckless actions. The statement of fact should include all the evidence that has been collected against that party, including police reports, photographs, and medical reports.