Take an Settlement Offer to an Attorney
The purpose of this site is to empower you with knowledge so you may get a
fair and reasonable settlement and to retain a significant amount of your
settlement award. In some situations an attorney may be beneficial to your
efforts. Now you can negotiate from a position of strength.
If you have an existing offer:
- Why should the attorney take a fee on any part of that offer?
You earned the offer!
- Why should you share any of it by paying him a portion on attorney
Say you have a settlement offer of $21,000. If you follow the directions
of your attorney, he will have you signing a contract in which he is
entitled to one third of the gross amount recovered. You will have given
away $7,000 of money that you brought to the table.
SettlementCentral.Com will teach you, how to preserve
evidence in your injury claim, and how to negotiate an offer that the
insurance company will readily make. The high hourly rate that attorneys
make on personal injury cases is due to the fact that the "easy money"
is the up-front money. It is the first 50% - 60% of a case value
that comes easily. Insurance companies will always want to settle for 50%
or 60% of the value. Why shouldn't you obtain an offer to pay that money,
and while you are still "considering" the offer, go in and hire the
attorney to fight over the remaining 40% to 50% of the value?
In the "Existing Offer Script" of SettlementCentral.Com, we
specifically instruct you as to how to negotiate your contract from the
position of an existing offer. The return on the membership is
ridiculously high because you could easily end up with thousands of
dollars over the traditional attorney involved claim.
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