Notification Letters


 
We suggest that you initiate correspondence with the tortfeasor or his employer, storeowner or insurance carrier if you know it. Your initial correspondence should be a polite letter with no detailed information. Keep a copy, of course, as this is the beginning of a trail a communication between you and the tortfeasor or his representative.
 
The following letters are examples:

  • To a homeowner whose dog bit your child. Members onlyMembers only
  • To a driver who did not identify his insurance company. Members onlyMembers only
  • To your own insurance company. Members onlyMembers only
  • To the owner of the store where you fell. Members onlyMembers only
  • To the apartment manager whose stairs collapsed. Members onlyMembers only

These are downloadable samples that you can change as necessary to fit your circumstances. Get the letter off as soon as you can.