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3. An itemized statement of attorney fees and procurement costs. 4. The name, address, and telephone number of the automobile or liability insurer involved, and if available, the policy number, claim number, and adjuster's name. 5. If monies are available through personal injury/med-pay or another form of
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worrying about deducting legal fees. One safe ground is when a recovery is 100 percent tax free — that is, in a pure physical injury case with no interest and no punitive damages. If the recovery is fully excludable from income, you cannot deduct attorney fees, but you don’t need to. But what if a case is partially taxable and partially tax
Section 6148(b) also requires attorneys to provide their clients with written bills. A client may request a bill at intervals of 30 days or greater. The attorney must provide the bill within 10 days after the demand. All bills must state the amount, rate and basis for calculation or other method of determining the attorney’s fees and costs.
excluding allowable prejudgment interest and counsel fees, the claimant shall be allowed, in addition to costs of suit: (1) all reasonable litigation expenses incurred following non-acceptance; (2) prejudgment interest of eight percent on the amount of any money recovery from the date of the offer or the date of completion of discovery,