Finally, write a letter as a counteroffer. Start by summarizing the offer they made to you. Indicate that the bid is too low and explain why it is too low based on your research. You may want to consider attaching some documents, such as invoices, as evidence to support your position.
Finally, finish by clearly stating the amount for which you will settle the claim. With all your documentation, and after thoroughly reviewing your appraiser's offer, you and your lawyer can develop a counteroffer. Don't take a low offer personally. Review the offer and start writing your rejection letter.
You must answer every reason the adjuster has given for the low offer. Expert car accident injury lawyers evaluate the claims of injured clients to ensure that any contrary to the insurer's low offer seeks an amount that is more than enough to cover the client financially. In a car accident settlement negotiation, the insurance company and the victim often start with very different views on what constitutes a fair and reasonable outcome. When you add the emotional trauma of car accident injuries to these economic costs, a low settlement offer for your personal injury claim from the at-fault party's insurance company seems nothing more than an insult.
Compensation for pain and suffering is the most subjective and often the most part of a car accident settlement, so it's likely to focus on settlement negotiations.