You Don't Get What You Deserve - Your Get What You Negotiate/Litigate
"I only want what's FAIR ! "
"I'm only looking to get what I DESERVE !"
I've heard these two phrases more times than you can count...
But here's the thing.
When you enter into "the world of ICBC injury claims" you need to change the way you think.
You want; " what's fair!
You want; "what you deserve!
Right. Do you believe in the tooth fairy? Santa Claus?
You see, when it comes to ICBC injury claims you only get what you negotiate or litigate. Nothing else matters.
And, as you may be aware, roughly 95% of ICBC injury claims are settled i.e. a settlement is Negotiated with ICBC by a lawyer.
Ok. So if the vast majority of ICBC injury claims are resolved through negotiations, it makes sense that your personal injury lawyer's negotiating skills are going to be important.
So let me ask you this ..... What do your know about your personal injury lawyer's knowledge of and experience when it comes to Negotiating?
Yah. Alright. To be a personal injury lawyer you need to have a law degree. But... does having a law degree make you a good Negotiator?
Let me ask you then. What kind of an education does your lawyer have when it comes to the Art of the Deal is concerned?
How has your lawyer gone about developing his/her Negotiating Skills?
And what can they tell you about the negotiating strategy they'll be putting into place when it comes time to try and settle your case?
These are just a few of the questions which spring to mind.
So.... Before you hire a personal injury lawyer to handle your ICBC injury claim ----- why not ask them this:
"WHAT CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT YOUR NEGOTIATING SKILLS?
Want to talk negotiating strategy?
Interested in discussing what's involved when it comes to negotiating a personal injury settlement?
Give me a call at 604-255-9018 or e-mail me at [email protected]
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