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Thank You for posting your question that I'm picking up on now. Yes it is possible for me to review your demand letter tot he insurance company and I'll be happy to assist you.
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Dear Customer ,
Thank you for attaching your demand letter that can be directed at the company secretary, the company's authorized agent or if you have have a serious of dealings with a loss adjuster you can send it to him or her.
My offer will be to review the content of your letter of demand to ensure that its contents won' prejudice you later in a civil case and to check the law in relation to the your letter and demand.
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In relation to your letter of demand there is no one form or right way but it should contain the following: discussion of the background and events up until now, your current position, what you have tried to do unsuccessfully, your loss that has gone unanswered, details of your loss, hoe the recipient can make good your loss, and how long you are giving the recipient before you will be forced to take civil action without any negotiation or offer to compromise.
It should not contain any illegal threats but threatening a civil suit is lawful
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Thank You for accepting my offer; I will proceed to review your draft letter.
I reviewed your letter.
What you really need to request is the insurance's company's final response to your claim; this can be at the start of a letter of demand.
A background to your previous communications then can follow.
You don't need to outline reasons they are refusing to pay but should set out your denial of their assertions and reaffirm these denials.
Your letter should allude to the fact that you have exhausted all avenues with the company, set out the amount you are owed as you did, period that this can be paid 21 days is reasonable.
Outlining your intentions to follow with a civil suit as you did if the fail to honor the contract of insurance.
You mentioned their bad faith and one mention usually suffices.