Sample "Counter Offer Letter for Insurance Settlement"

A Counter Offer Letter for Insurance Settlement is a formal statement prepared by an insurance policyholder and sent to an insurance company to inform the latter about an unacceptable settlement offer they have made. If you believe the insurance provider wants to offer you less money than you deserve after you have suffered a personal injury or property damage, you can reject their initial offer and propose new terms of the settlement supporting your claims with the documentation that proves you need a bigger compensation.

You may download a sample Counter Offer Letter for Insurance Settlement through the link below. To draft an effective message, you need to identify yourself and mention your insurance policy number to let the recipient recognize you and find your file quicker, refer to the offer you have analyzed and confirm your intention to demand a bigger compensation from the insurer, list the reasons behind this decision and set a date by which the insurance company should provide you with the money you have requested. Do not forget to attach additional evidence to the letter if you have come up with new or updated claims.


Haven't found the sample you're looking for? Take a look at the related templates and samples below:

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

Download Sample "Counter Offer Letter for Insurance Settlement"

Download PDF

Fill PDF online

Rate (4.5 / 5) 12 votes
Sample Counter Offer Letter
for Insurance Settlement
From: Debra Turner
1927 Seltice Way
Springfield, Missouri 59482
+1 482-300-1923
[Date]
To: Dennis Hughes
4958 Tenmile Road
Springfield, Missouri 43281
Dear Mr. Hughes,
I received your letter offering a settlement of $10,000 for my claim. However, none of the
reasons that you stated in your letter that would make such a low figure reasonable are
accurate. Your claim that the accident was due to negligence on my part is disproven by
the police report which states clearly that Chris Roberts was at fault. Your claim that my
soft tissue injury won’t cause long-term pain and suffering holds no value since you are
not a medical professional that is qualified to determine the long-term impact of the
injury.
However, in the interest of expediting the process, I am willing to lower my initial
demand of $60,000 by 5% and accept $57,000 as compensation for my damages, pain,
and suffering in this matter. This offer expires two weeks today on March 28, 2021.
Sincerely,
Debra Turner
[Signature]
©
TEMPLATEROLLER.COM
Sample Counter Offer Letter
for Insurance Settlement
From: Debra Turner
1927 Seltice Way
Springfield, Missouri 59482
+1 482-300-1923
[Date]
To: Dennis Hughes
4958 Tenmile Road
Springfield, Missouri 43281
Dear Mr. Hughes,
I received your letter offering a settlement of $10,000 for my claim. However, none of the
reasons that you stated in your letter that would make such a low figure reasonable are
accurate. Your claim that the accident was due to negligence on my part is disproven by
the police report which states clearly that Chris Roberts was at fault. Your claim that my
soft tissue injury won’t cause long-term pain and suffering holds no value since you are
not a medical professional that is qualified to determine the long-term impact of the
injury.
However, in the interest of expediting the process, I am willing to lower my initial
demand of $60,000 by 5% and accept $57,000 as compensation for my damages, pain,
and suffering in this matter. This offer expires two weeks today on March 28, 2021.
Sincerely,
Debra Turner
[Signature]
©
TEMPLATEROLLER.COM