Tien Law Firm’s personal injury lawyers have written hundreds of effective settlement demand letters and have several tidbits of wisdom to offer injury claimants seeking to maximize their settlement or case value. First, you do not need to write a novel about every doctor, chiropractor, physical therapist, physician assistant, or share your daily pain journal, as longer narratives are not necessarily better. In fact, to-the-point, heavy-hitting concise statements may be ultimately more effective than something the insurance company perceives as
Nationwide Settlements, Personal Injury, Pre-Trial Wins, Results, Settlements
Tien Law Firm represented two clients against Nationwide. Our litigation attorneys were able to negotiate a successful pre-litigation settlement in the matter against Nationwide without our clients having to litigate the matter in court.
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Personal Injury, Pre-Trial Wins, Results, Settlements, State Farm Settlements
Tien Law Firm represented a client against State Farm. After rounds of negotiation, Tien Law Firm was able to negotiate a successful pre-litigation settlement in the matter against State Farm without our client having to litigate the matter in order to receive the negotiated settlement funds.
Awards, Firm News, Personal Injury
We are pleased to announce that Sonya Tien of Tien Law Firm, PC has beenselected for inclusion into The National Trial Lawyer’s Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in North Carolina, an honor given to only a select group of lawyers for their superior skills and qualifications in the field. Membership in thisexclusive organization is by invitation only and is limited to the top 100 attorneys in each state or regionwho have demonstrated excellence and have achieved outstanding results in
Settlement of a personal injury case between the injured party and a liability insurance carrier, usually involves a general release. Most injury claim releases are standard form releases. In the release, the defense does not acknowledge legal liability or fault. This is typical and safe language. Usually, a release simply identifies the settlement amount and indicates that it is “a settlement of a claim of disputed amount and disputed legal liability.” If your settlement involves multiple at-fault parties or multiple