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a motion in order to get information which are specific to the questionswhich were not answered because there was lack of information given. The lawyer canfile a motion subsequently if a letter of adversary is not enough for this.
Hilary CaseLetter of settlement by paralegal to supervising lawyerNovember 25, 2015John MorrisSupervising LawyerDear Atty. Morris:In the interest of bringing the case to a speedy disposition and just conclusion, I will bewriting to suggest a settlement offer to your client, Davis Hilary. Please consult withyour client and give the settlement a careful consideration with response within threeweeks from the receipt of this letter. Facts of the case are as follows: On April 3, 2011 at 3:20pm, Davis Hilary was preventedfrom exiting the school bus which was home-bound. He was stopped by Bobby Joneswho held him down and threatened him according to Melissa Jones who had alsoreportedly seen Bobby holding a knife. The plaintiff incurred scalp wounds sutured at2.5cm and was diagnosed with Anxiety index of 300.08 related to being beaten by aschoolmate. Furthermore, Davis had also incurred contusions and cranial abrasions.
Hilary CaseThe medical expenses incurred by Davis Hilary have been itemized as: Exam EstablishedPatient Level II amounting to $195 and the suture of the scalp wound which costs $250.Other diagnoses has not been accounted as to how much they cost. Due to the incident, itwas required that Davis recover for many weeks and will require special medical care forthe emotional distress he is going through. Therefore, it is hereby proposed that a settlement would be the best considering that aspeedy trial and a just end to the suit is needed for both parties since both of them areminors and dragging this along will not be beneficial for both parties. Whatever amountthe jury is likely to award and settle, the settlement proposition can be half of the amountas an immediate cash reward. Hoping for a positive response. Sincerely, Peter VegaParalegal