Legal Process Outsourcing

"Litigation is the pursuit of practical ends, not a game of chess." - Felix Frankfurter

Neural IT provides Litigation Services along with other medical-legal services to Mass Torts and Personal Injury law firms encompassing medical malpractice, product liability, personal injury, workers compensation, and other medical-related cases.

We promote efficiency and keep operational control over the accuracy and productivity of our work.


Litigation Services involve the background work that is required while working on a legal case.

Neural IT's Litigation Services are helping law firms and attorneys across the United States to take the stress and hassle out while preparing for the litigation.

Our Pre-Litigation Services:

Demand Letters

Demand Letters

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research and intake

Research & Data Entry management:

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Our Litigation Services:

summons and complaint

Summons & Verified Complaint

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verified bill of particulats

Verified Bill of Particulars

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infant compromise

Infant Compromise

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Intake & Data Entry management:

One of the most important parts of the client lifecycle is the Client intake process. In other words, the process of converting a prospect into a paying client is essentially what client intake can be defined as. It is the law firm's sales process in short. Very few law firms, despite knowing the importance of this very crucial sales process, have dedicated their resource planning, energy towards optimizing the series of steps involved to create a better client experience, increase the firm's efficiency leading to a higher sales conversion rate.

The negative impact of a poorly planned intake process can affect the entire business cycle of the law firm. Wastage of time, loss of revenue, disorganization are some of the major losses a law firm might face with a poorly developed intake process. On the other hand, a step towards improvisation can yield benefits like an improved conversion rate with higher client satisfaction. Information gathering is the crux of the client intake process. Thus information gathering step must be optimized in providing better legal services and a good conversion rate.

Important details like client names, amounts, business details, contact information, and other minute but important details related to specific client and matter are gathered during the client intake process. Though most often, standardized templates are opted for client correspondence, this client information gathering can prove to be quite tedious, and certain details might be wrongly logged or overseen by staff members manning hastily through the process making it prone to errors. Thus the entire client intake process can prove to be a test of professionalism and reputation where errors can be costly.

Neural IT intake services offer 100% surety of elimination of such errors. Neural IT intake services help cut down on non-billable admin hours and most importantly helps prevent embarrassing mistakes that can occur during the drafting process. Further, once intake and data entry is completed then the biggest thing to take into consideration at this point would be any key events or deadlines which might be coming up for the client’s case.

Your law firm can be exposed to some serious liability if these events are not recorded correctly. The most corrective measure to follow would be to use case management software, utilizing its scheduling and calendering features to plan deadlines or events and delegate the crucial tasks to staff members.

The Neural IT team can support your firm with all the case management tasks. Neural IT makes it simple to transition from managing a lead to managing a case. It’s easy to convert a “lead” into a “client” within Neural IT, and all the data you captured during the intake process can be entered to open a matter in case management software that’s ready for billing. You can be ensured of data consistency and duplicate data entry hurdles.

Our experienced intake team conducts data entry, calling, and drafting of case opening letters. Our efficient team is also acquainted with setting up personal injury claims with insurance companies. We draft all imperative letters, which notify about the personal injury claim to the employer, medical providers, insurance companies, and at-fault parties, and request the pertinent documents required to litigate the claim.

Our Services Include:

  • Intake and management
  • Drafting and automation correspondence
  • Data entry in matter management database
  • E-filing
  • Maintaining calendar


Legal Research and Writing skills can be developed, polished, and perfected by focused training and experience involving judicious, substantial, and concise hours of writing practice. This is the challenge faced by many legal professionals to take out time for detailed research and writing involving legal work. This is where Neural IT attorneys come into the picture to help you out.

With over 16 years of experience,Neural IT offers unique legal research and writing outsourcing services to assist attorneys and law firms in meeting strict deadlines and fulfilling unpredicted client requirements without having to spend money on hiring full-time in-house staff.

The Neural IT team of lawyers is well-trained to carry out legal research for statutes, stipulations, and pertinent cases by using a professional database. Our team of legal experts, hailing from diverse backgrounds, conducts quality research for clients by making use of their rich knowledge and experience garnered over the years. By using various research tools, the team sifts through large volumes of data. The team's skills are chiseled throughout the year by constant training planned to strengthen the member's analytical, research, and writing abilities. This helps the team to keep abreast of the constant change in the law and legal matters.

An Overview of Our Legal Research Services:

  • Litigation and non-litigation research
  • Statutory legal research
  • Case law research
  • Jury verdict and settlement research
  • Legal opinions

A wide array of resources are referred to while conducting legal research. Journals, periodicals, books, newspapers, case studies, relevant online references are some of the sources explored while conducting the research. The team's rich experience in legal subject matters helps to understand and retrieving relevant information. The quality check team ensures that relevant, reliable, and credible sources were referred to while conducting the research conducted. The legal research team conducts parallel case-specific research along with the main lawyer to ensure that no detail is left out in terms of research. Past case studies, verdicts, and judgments are thoroughly researched to estimate the outcome concerning the case.


Infant Compromise:

One major fact about an infant compromise case is that the case cannot be settled by the representative attorney or client on their own especially if it is a case of negligence, wrongful death, medical malpractice. In such cases, when an offer is received that seems acceptable and agreeable with the attorney, final approval from the trial judge is a must for acceptance of the settlement. If this crucial step is overlooked, the final settlement will not be finalized. The court plays a major role by overseeing cases involving infants and children to ensure that fair and proper case handling. The court oversees all settlements by either rejecting or approving them.

When a case reaches a settlement acceptance stage, the trial judge must be taught and informed in detail about the settlement proposal. This is done by the attorney who drafts an entire series of papers to capture details of the proposed settlement, its level of appropriateness, and why is it in the best interest of the child. All the papers are required to be signed off by the parent or guardian followed by the appearance of the attorney and the client's appearance in person in the judge's chambers for a brief discussion. The judge talks to the client personally during the in-chambers discussion round and asks questions. This is to ensure whether the parent/guardian truly believes and is willingly agreeing to the settlement terms and also for the judge in getting other important information from them. After getting approval from the court, the signed court orders are forwarded by the attorney to the insurance company. All the important and appropriate closing papers are sent along which are required for closing out the case. In case the court rejects the settlement proposal, then all the parties involved need to renegotiate or proceed to trial

Neural IT expert’s team understands the entire process of filling infant compromise and helps law firms to prepare Infant compromise papers including calculation involved in the same. To initiate an infant compromise proceeding, an attorney requires the following set of documents, which team Neural IT is efficient in drafting:

  • Infant Compromise – Order
  • Affirmation of Attorney
  • General Release
  • Petition of guardian
  • Physician affirmation
  • Infant Compromise - Client Instructions
  • Infant Compromise - Form's Cover Letter
  • Consent of Infant (If the client is above 16 years)

We also deliver:

Deposition Summary:

Testimonies gathered during depositions can provide valuable information that can be used to represent the client’s interest. However, going through pages of complex testimonies can be tedious and time-consuming. Summarized deposition with a precise and beneficial list of points from each deposition can help one manage time and build cases faster.

Deposition can be defined as an important investigation process conducted prior to a trial. It covers all the important facts and information known by a witness about the case. The information gathering takes place before the pre-trial stage. A deposition summary prepared by logging all the key points plays a very crucial role during the trial by providing a frame of reference. In other words, a deposition summary is a written brief of the deposition which makes information access and analysis easier for attorneys. A well-written professional deposition summary gives the attorneys more clarity and increases the chances of winning the case.

Neural IT provides deposition summary services to law firms and independent attorneys to help them prepare for the trials better without the burden of summarizing the entire deposition all by themselves. Preparing a deposition summary is a time-consuming process. When deposition summary requirements are outsourced, an attorney can save much of his time that can be utilized for other important case-related tasks that require attention. Our legal experts have adequate qualifications that make them capable of summarizing depositions accurately, including all the relevant data.

An Overview of Our Deposition Summary Services
We maintain constant communication with our clients to understand their requirements to ensure the deposition summary services provided by us prove to be useful to them during the entire litigation process. We have a team of diverse specialization professionals in areas like medical, science, technology including law.

Various formats can be used to summarize a deposition transcript. The Neural IT team specializes in summarizing depositions in the format specified by our clients and maintaining consistency throughout the litigation process. We follow the universal format in case the client does not specify any particular format.

A paralegal team runs a parallel check on the deposition transcript drafted and notes all the important points to help our clients have ready access to all the relevant information thereby saving them time. A well-summarized deposition summary prepared in a precise manner keeping the purpose and objective in mind further right from the very beginning can prove to be highly useful for the attorneys during mediations, arbitrations, and trials.

Our Deposition Summary Process
NeuralIT follows a very systematic process to provide flawless deposition summary services for law firms that help them win a trial. We diligently work through each step of the process to make sure that the outcome of our hard work is concise, precise, and accurate deposition summary.

Following are the steps that we follow –

1. Understanding Clients' Requirements
Our communication begins from the moment a client reaches out to us. This gives us a concise understanding of the client's requirements. Details like the format preference and other specifications are also noted at this stage. The client is requested to provide us the transcript and other documents that can be handy in summarizing the deposition.

2. Analyzing the Transcript and Collating Key Points
Extensive analysis and understanding are required to summarize the deposition transcript. This will help in drafting a complete and accurate series of events related to the case. Before creating a deposition summary, studying the transcript and parallel understanding of key points play a very crucial role in deciding the theme of the transcript and the purpose becomes clear. A literal word-by-word account is taken by our team which helps to identify salient points that could be central to the final purpose.

3. Summarizing the Transcript
Summarization begins once collating all the key points and perusing the transcript are done so that the deposition can be ready to use for the trial. All the important key threads are noted to ensure that no crucial point is overlooked and skipped from the summary and that specific points can be accessed without having to go through the entire summary again.

4. Proofreading and Quality Check
It is a big task to analyze and summarize a deposition that carries abundant information and important points leading to more chances of errors. To avoid this predicament, we run a quality check and diligently proofread the deposition summary from start to end to resolve any errors. We have set up a two-phase quality check that ensures no loopholes are overlooked, no points are skipped, or if there is any inconsistency in the information.

5. Delivering Deposition Summary
The deposition summary is delivered via a secure channel to the client once the summary is proofread and mistakes have been rectified.


Legal cases when documented turn out to be bulky, lengthy, and complex making them difficult to analyze and read as a whole very difficult. Hence, summarising them is very important.
Case summarization is the way of presenting a case systematically by highlighting the following pieces:

  • Determining the most relevant facts
  • Identifying the legal issues involved
  • Noting the arguments from the opposition parties
  • A brief discussion of the judgment
  • Authored comprehensive summaries that contain an outline of the case, brief facts, party and judgment details, issues, reasoning, and other important aspects of the case
  • Concise, short, and easy to act upon summaries to be converted out of lengthy 100 plus page decisions.
  • Information to be provided in formats that let the client modify minor information and publish to their clients.

Our legal experts will assist in finding recent legal articles and law amendments or statutes for the subject in issue.

Benefits Of Outsourcing Litigation Services To Neural IT

    In-house technology to manage and streamline legal tasks: Neural IT team provides technical support which guarantees productivity and accuracy in Neural IT services
  • Cost minimization: one of the biggest advantages of outsourcing legal services to Neural IT is the huge cost savings.Clients can cut down on costs through labor arbitrage i.e. the difference in wages betweenexternal vendors and in-house legal resources thereby benefit the low-cost option. For example, hiring an in-house attorney might cost your legal firm $100 an hour while a Neural IT might cost you only $25/hour.
  • External Skill & Talent access: Access to highly skilled legal professionals with great expertise in the legal arena can be possible by clients outsourcing legal services To Neural IT. For example, if your law firm lacks the expertise in litigation support, you can easily outsource litigation support like document reviewing and coding to Neural IT. Small firms can fill this legal talent requirement gap and tap into legal expertise available globally.
  • Quicker turnaround time: Law firms can reduce the turnaround time for crucial projects in hand and at the same time expand their internal team by outsourcing to Neural IT. Projects can be completed earlier. For example: taking advantage of the 12-hour time difference between India and U.S., a project can be completed by Neural IT by the time the day begins in the U.S.
  • Flexibility benefits: Wide customer demands can be catered to by tailoring the capabilities by combining the joint talent pool of in-house and external resources. Scaling up quickly for bigger and more difficult projects is possible by outsourcing your work to us, helping you level up services as compared to a larger firm. Fixed costs of salaries can be avoided by flexible staffing


We provide litigation services to all law firms and attorneys across the U.S.

We are an ISO Certified and HIPAA Compliant organization.

We have a team comprising of Medical Doctors and Lawyers to handle all your medical-legal cases.

By registering on Entrust - our complementary web portal that accompanies our services.

It depends upon the number of parties, type of incident, and facts of the case.

Apart from providing cost-effective services, we work according to a different time zone, which gives us a competitive advantage.

You can mail us at infoatneuralit [dot] com, or our chat representative on the website will help you.

Our Legal Drafting Services start @ $25 per hour & Data Entry Services start @ $10 per hour.


The proverb, "The pen is mightier than the sword," by English author Edward Bulwer-Lytton holds true for Demand Letters.

Our Medical-Legal services are tailored to meet all the requirements of attorneys and law firms across the U.S. and
can be further customized as per the demands.

Our Demand Letter Drafting Services can bring about a positive and beneficial impact in providing excellent
services to your clients.


A powerful Demand Letter promptly sets across to persuade another party to resolve a legal dispute without a trial.

At Neural IT, a Demand Letter is drafted by Legal and Medical Professionals with an impression that will speak volumes, including a resolution over the legal dispute.

A Neural IT settlement demand letter is a perfect solution to set things right in court cases. A powerful well-written settlement demand letter can lead to an out-of-court settlement of the dispute. Problems are addressed in a more probable way for the clients giving them a good chance to avoid the ensuing legal fees and the harrowing court visits. Chances of filing a lawsuit are reduced by the subtle undertone of a Demand Letter. Challenges are galore while drafting an invincible demand letter. Neural IT can help you overcome this challenge. The following discussion can help you understand the benefits of assigning demand letter drafting to Neural IT.

Parts of a Settlement Demand Letter

When constructing a demand letter, the layout is important but so too are grammar, spelling, and attention to detail. Make sure that all parties mentioned in the letter have their personal or business names correctly spelled and that the document in professional-looking and error-free.

It's also good to use approximations when discussing events to account for generalities, slight measurement differences, and the tricks that your mind can play on you during times of stress. For example, while a car wreck may have occurred at noon exactly by your vehicle's clock, another vehicle or security camera may say 12:02, leading to potential inaccuracies the defendant's lawyer could exploit. Use phrases like "about", "on or around", or just "approximately" when needed to allow for a factual account with some leeway for discrepancies.

Demand Letter Heading

The heading of your demand letter should explain the relationships between involved parties and their identities. It should include your name, address, and a date for the letter. If sending to an insurance company, you would include their name, address, and a line directing the personal injury demand letter to the attention of an adjustor by name and title if one has been assigned to your claim. Next will be the name and address of the at-fault party, including their policy number and any claim number if the letter is going to their insurance carrier. End your heading by stating the date and type of injury and plainly that this letter is being issued only for settlement purposes so that, if you are forced to sue, it cannot be used to "cap" your compensation.

The Introduction, Accident, And Injury

A simple introductory preface followed by a brief description of the accident and injury should open your letter. This should include a broad outline of the accident's location, time, and the parties involved. You'll follow this paragraph with a short description of the damages. This opening section sets the groundwork for the details to follow.

Basis For Damages

The lengthiest section of your letter will layout your claim in detail. Start by providing background context, then descriptively walk the reader through the accident. Afterward, you will need to detail the injuries and/or property damage you've suffered as well as the actions you've taken to repair those damages and return to your previous lifestyle. Finally, you should state your reasoning for why the defendant was directly responsible for causing these injuries to you. Keep this information descriptive but factual, as you will need to attach documentation to your personal injury demand letter to back up your statements.

The Ask

Now that you've provided the description of the accident and its aftermath, it's time to make your demand for compensation. Start by listing the specific and documented damages first. This can be the cost of repairs to your property, medical care for yourself, and lost wages from your recovery time. Next, you'll ask for general damages, such as pain and suffering or emotional distress, restating your justification for the amounts you've asked for.

Signed, Sealed, Delivered

Lastly, close out your personal injury demand letter with a final restating of your case distilled down to a single sentence and a timeline before ending it professionally but cordially. Advise them documentation is attached, sign your settlement demand letter in black or blue ink, and make two copies

Mail one copy to the insurance company (or defendant if no insurance company is involved) via the United States Postal Service's certified mail, return receipt requested service. This ensures tracking and provides not only proof of mailing but also proof of delivery. When you receive the delivery receipt, attach it to one copy and keep it for your records. The third copy will be your "working copy" to use when speaking with an adjuster, negotiating a settlement, or to take notes on as needed.

In-house Demand Letter Drafting Challenges:

  • High Legal Costs: Personal Injury law firms are witnessing a higher number of cases being filed making it necessary for them to allocate more resources and cost towards investing in administrative needs, infrastructure expansion, and legalizing the documentation targets. Drafting a personal injury demand letter by an in-house team of paralegals and legal staff can be costly, ranging between $50 -$500 per hour. This is a huge amount compared to what one would have to pay while outsourcing to Neural IT. Thus, demand letter drafting via a third party can prove to be essential and tangible.
  • Time Consideration: In a disorganized and haphazard working environment, more time is channelized behind the paperwork of critical projects. The in-house legal workforce finds the entire process of drafting documents like personal injury demand letters extremely draining and time-consuming since it involves looking through every minute detail of the injury claims followed by proper medical records or bills organization.

Advantages of Neural IT Demand Letter Outsourcing services:

Outsourcing settlement demand letter drafting for personal injury law cases to a highly skilled team of legal experts and paralegals of Neural IT has the following advantages:

  • Professional Quality: Legal outsourcing can help you by providing a professional output matching your expectations. The demand letters are readable, polite and professional and following template adopted by your firm as the process is carried out by vastly skilled legal and medical professionals.
  • Reduction in Cost: Neural IT works on significantly low costs compared to the in-house cost and can still provide the best service. This substantial cost saving would allow you to focus on other core-operations of your law firm.
  • Time Management: Outsourcing the tasks like drafting demand letters for motor vehicles accident cases to Neural IT can get you the time-zone benefit for any urgent requirements.
  • Competitive Work Flow: With an outsourced team acting as your extended arm handling demand letters drafting services for you, you get a competitive edge to your legal processes as compared to your direct competitors.
  • Medical facts Research: Our people interpret all the difficulties in complex medical records. With our workers, we entirely do all researches and groundwork in optimizing and reviewing the medical records.

What will our demand letter package cover?

  • Summary of facts describing the incident
  • Discussion and confirmation of accident liability
  • Past and present medical expenses
  • List of medical service providers and statement of medical treatments (including ICD 10 Codes)
  • Detailed description of injuries, pain and suffering
  • Past medical and surgical history
  • Summary of future medical recommendations and expenses
  • Impact on activities of daily living
  • Exhibits comprising of -
    • Treatment/Diagnostic/Surgery records from hospitals and medical service providers
    • Medical bills with date, treatment codes and final amounts
    • Images and other details related to the incidents.
    • Suggested Future expenses
    • Travel time calculations
    • Lost income statements
    • Property Damage calculations
  • List of Missing bills and medical records

Neural IT offers the best service for drafting demand letters for personal injury law firms and lawyers, at substantially low prices. Our team at NeuralIT works hard to help our clients achieve maximum outsourcing benefits and help to a maximum extent for the clients.

Neural IT Demand Letters to More Than One Insurance Company

In some cases, more than one business or individual can be liable for the injuries indicating that more than one insurance company might be involved to settle the claim for the injured party. In the process of drafting your demand letter, a notification may be received at your end from one or both insurance companies indicating the primary coverage party- the one which will settle the claim - and the excess coverage party. Your demand letter needs to be sent only to the primary company.

In cases where one still hasn't received a notice of primary coverage when the demand letter is ready- two demand letters can be prepared- each drafted to the particular liable conduct of that company's insured. A response should be expected after sending these demand letters indicating which one assumes the responsibility of primary coverage. According to the response, that insurance company will be addressed for further negotiation. Neural IT can help law firms or attorneys to draft demand letters at a reasonable price.

Neural IT Demand Letters When More Than One Person is Injured

Every individual injured in an accident in which other people were also involved will have to file a separate claim against the responsible parties or insurance company. The number of demand letters needed to be drafted depends on the relationships among the injured people.

If many individuals of the same family get injured in the same accident

since the same insurance company for the other party will have to be addressed by all injured- information on all claims can be included in one demand letter- the accident details to be described once followed by detailing each person's injuries, treatment, medical expenses, and demand for compensation in separate sections of the letter. It is usually observed the insurance company will want to settle all the claims at the same time.

Accident involving unrelated individuals

in this case, separate demand letters will have to be drafted by individual parties of those injured. Those injured can surely work together to gather details, records, amount to be demanded, and demand letter preparation. However, the insurance company will treat the demand letters received separately.

A Powerful Well-Drafted Demand Letter:

  • Should be the perfect legal remedy to resolve a dispute out-of-court.
  • Should have a polite yet formal tone in getting the desired response from the addressee.
  • Should aim in settling the matter to avoid the ensuing cost of legal fees and the added burden of court visits.

Hurdles Faced While Drafting A Demand Letter In-House:

  • Time factor
  • Rising legal expenses
  • Maintaining a quality benchmark
  • Compelling and thoughtful end result
  • Ability to negotiate an early settlement

Benefits Of Outsourcing Demand Letters:

  • Cost optimization
  • Reduced court trips
  • Competitive edge in your work
  • Professional touch in your demand letters
  • Time zone advantage for pressing legal projects

An 'All-In-One' Demand Letter Package

A well-drafted Demand Letter with:

  • Incident description with images
  • State-specific case laws and statutes
  • Liability clause
  • Injuries and medical treatments
  • Diagnosis of injuries with reference to ICD-10 Codes
  • Medical illustration
  • Economic & Non-economic losses
  • Property damages
  • Total damages summary table
  • Closing paragraph

A Settlement sheet comprising of:

  • Medical bills provided by the hospitals with date, purpose of visit, and amount
  • Mileage expense: Details of expenses incurred due to visits made to medical facilities
  • List of providers, insurance details, and final settlement amount

A Hot Sheet covering:

  • Past medical history
  • Past surgical history
  • Missing records are relayed back in the form of notes post the demand letter package


  • All relevant records are chronologically arranged, bifurcated, and synchronized with the demand letter content.

We follow ICD-10 Codes for diagnosis of injuries while drafting a Demand Letter

Why Outsource to Neural IT?

1. Turnaround Time & Time Zone Advantage: The time-zone difference is a key advantage benefiting our clients as well as us. It enables better utilization of resources, which, in turn, saves costs and gives more solid revenue generation opportunities for the clients.

2. Pricing & Refund Policy: Our pricing starts @ $65 to draft a 100-page assignment into a Demand Letter and $0.60 per additional assignment page.
You can try free samples to get a glimpse of our work, before opting for our services.
After opting for our services, if you happen to change your mind at any given point of time during the tenure of the contract, we will refund the balance amount.

3. Client Format: One of our core competencies lies in the ability to deliver completely customized demand letters as per the client's template. We also have a wide range of 'state-specific' demand letter template, spanning nearly 30 states across the U.S.

4. HIPAA/ISO Accreditation: We give utmost importance to the security of sensitive health records and personal information provided by our clients. We are HIPAA compliant and ISO 27001:2013 certified company with ISMS certification.

5. Technology Support: Our complementary feature is a web portal 'Entrust' that accompanies our services. With Entrust, our clients can manage invoices, track assignments, upload documents, and can access anytime anywhere. Clients also receive customizable reports with statuses to determine progress.

6. Skilled Legal & Medical Professionals: We have highly skilled legal and medical professionals who are well acquainted with U.S. law practices.


No. A Demand Letter can only set a tone for settlement negotiation.

Our pricing starts @ $65 to draft a 100-page assignment into a Demand Letter and $0.60 per additional assignment page.

Less than a week, it depends on the length of the case.

Yes, our team can customize the demand draft as per your instructions and prepare a Demand Letter.

We will refund your balance amount if you choose to discontinue using our services for any reason.

Confidential information of your clients is secure with us. We are ISO 27001:2013 Certified and HIPAA compliant.

You may opt to try our services for free and arrive at a decision. We provide the first 2 cases as free samples.

Our pricing starts @ $65 to draft a 100-page assignment into a Demand Letter and $0.60 per additional assignment page.


"Never mistake law for justice. Justice is an ideal, and law is a tool." - L.E. Modesitt Jr.

At Neural IT, we believe that legal drafting, analysis, and documentation are integral parts of any legal case that require an exceptional amount of time and resources. Hence, we ensure to ease all your medical-legal activities with our services.

Our team of professionals drafts Summons & Complaint with precision to draw the exact responses from the defendant, which in turn is the document filed next.


Summons & Complaint is the inception of any legal proceeding that presents the positions of both the plaintiff and the defendant.

We have the expertise in drafting Summons & Complaint about different types of cases, including Auto Accident, General Negligence, Dog bite, Assault Battery, Municipal, Labor Law, Product Liability, Medical Negligence, Workers Compensation Case, etc.

Why Outsource Neural IT Complaint Drafting Services

Choose Neural IT's high-quality services at prices starting at $25 an hour for error-free and accurate complaint drafting.

Are you looking for accurate and error-free complaint drafting services for your business? Are you searching for skilled and experienced complaint drafting experts to take care of your business requirements? Then you should outsource complaint drafting services to an excellent complaint drafting service provider. Neural IT is efficiently equipped to provide all your requirements regarding complaint drafting service. We have a team of skilled and experienced complaint drafting specialists to deliver the best for you. We ensure quality service by using the latest tools and technologies.

More about Complaints and How They Work
For those who are not advocates, a civil case is a legal document, that will be your guides in the movement. The need to identify the most important facts and the legal basis for the filing of a claim, as well as to the person or business to which the claimant believes is responsible for his/her loss, with the general facts of the complaint, the legal theories and, in most cases, have a specific request for monetary support. It also provides the legal basis for the filing of an action in a court of law (i.e., why is the court's view, the action of the court to hear the case.) The time for formal outfits, is gone. The application should be tailored to the specific facts of the case. Lawyers are not required to be set out in the statement of claim in each and every detail that is relevant to their application. However, it must be of a legal justification, and all of the required legal facts in support of legal recognition.

Basic Structure of Neural IT’s Summons and complaint:
The program displays the name of the event (the graph in the upper left-hand side of the page, to the page names), and the serial number of each claim has its own case identification number and the date of the submission of the documents to initiate with the Office of the Attorney General. The summons must state the name, address, and telephone number of plaintiff's attorney or unrepresented plaintiff.
The complaint describes the plaintiff's objection to defendant, and it contains a number of important statements to make them legal, that is relevant to the claim. Each of the accused was to take part in a crime that allegedly harmed the plaintiff. It's not an easy thing to say is that for some reason, everyone believes that he or she has been offended by someone else's behavior. The violation must have caused some kind of harm to the plaintiff. A person who is, for example, typically does not file a claim for the damage, just as a grocery store clerk, has spoken rudely to them. It shall start with a brief definition is provided by the applicant, and the name of the suspect. The claim of the plaintiff for the cost of a separate, numbered paragraphs. Each paragraph should be short and contain only a single statement. Further, the complaint must contain a short description of the events on which the conclusion is based on: what will he do it or not, the defendant, who, as a result of any damage that is caused to the plaintiff, as well as the type and amount of damage. The facts should be presented in chronological order, which includes specific data. The applicant is required to write the complaint, and, clearly, clearly and in an organized manner. Although the reason is assumed to be familiar with the main events, and the need to keep in mind is that the court did not know that they are not the problem. A complaint is a document in which the most important issues for the plaintiff in the case. In the complaint, it must end with a section in which the plaintiff to present its defence measures to be taken against the accused that he or she is required by the court.

Types Of Road Traffic Accidents Neural IT Covers

Our specialist team will help you to deal with Road Traffic Accidents' cases, no matter if the plaintiff is a driver, passenger, cyclist, motorcyclist or pedestrian and he/she is not at fault. The team will precisely help to draft summons and complaint.
  • Car Accident
  • Motorcycle and Cycle Accidents
  • Pedestrian Road Accidents
  • Untraced or Uninsured Motorist Road Accident
  • Whiplash Injury Compensation

Accidents at Work or in the Workplace/Work Related Illnesses

The vast majority of accidents in the workplace are not intentional, but a lot of it can be avoided. Employers are required to make sure that your method of working is safe and secure, and the law requires employers to carry out regular health and safety risk assessment and the measures to be taken to the monitor, and the prevention of threats to its employees and visitors to their premises. Employers who neglect their health and safety responsibilities, you can bring it to employees, customers and communities at risk, and you may make a claim for work-related damages, regardless of whether or not you're working a full-time or part-time, temporary agency workers are hired through an agency, work as a self-employed person, performer, or even if you are just visiting on business at the time of the accident. The Neural IT team can make the following types of requests and complaints to this page:
  • Accidents on Building Sites and Construction Sites
  • Accidents working on the Docks
  • Farm Accidents and Illnesses
  • Manual Handling and Lifting Injuries, including Repetitive Strain Injuries
  • Workplace Accidents including Trips and Slips
  • Faulty Machinery and Work Equipment
  • Inadequate Training, Instructions, Information or Supervision
  • Safety and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Medical Malpractice

The mistakes made by medical professionals can occur in almost any setting, but some types of flaws are more common than others. However, the evidence is that there is an error, which is not sufficient to establish liability. The patient is required to demonstrate that the error will be subject to the relevant standard of care in the medical profession, and the damage is the direct result of his. In other words, it is the disappointment in the outcome of the procedure that shall not be a basis to conclude that medical negligence is a failure that does not cause actual harm to the patient. In order to prove the defendant's liability in favor of the plaintiff, it is necessary to provide an accurate and reliable complaint lodged by the defendant. Neural IT has a team of the specialist and experienced people who can prepare a complaint of all the types of incidents.
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Surgical Errors and Anesthesia Errors
  • Medication Errors
  • Birth Injuries
  • Nursing home negligence

Trips, slips and accidents in public places

  • Accidents in shops, supermarkets, pubs and restaurants
  • Pavement trips and slips
  • Accidents in public places
  • Accidents in school or college

Other accident

  • Serious and Complex Injury
  • Faulty Products and/or Services
  • Hairdressers/Beauty Therapy/Body Art
  • Dog Bites/Dog Attacks/Accidents caused by animals
  • Public Transport Accidents
  • Farm accidents and illnesses
  • Sports injury
  • Other accident and injury

We precisely cover the following details while drafting Summons & Complaint:

  • The name of the type of court issuing the summons.
  • The name of the party receiving the summons.
  • The number assigned to the case by the court.
  • The names of the plaintiff and the defendant.
  • Details of what the case is about.
  • Covers all the acts and omission claims, making clear allegations.
  • Information for the defendant on when the summons must be responded to.
  • Information on how the person who receives the summons must respond.

Why Neural IT?

  • We have a team of highly qualified lawyers.
  • We have been providing services to law firms across the U.S for over a decade.
  • We are adept at completing huge assignments within a short deadline.
  • We have expertise in handling Mass Torts, Personal Injury, and Medical Malpractice cases.
  • We are highly diligent towards the security and privacy of your confidential data.
  • With us, you can save on the cost of hiring and training new resources.
  • Affordable Pricing Packages
    We offer budget friendly services as per the client's business requirements.
  • Information Security
    We ensure the complete safety and security of your data as we are ISO/ISMS certified firm.
  • State-of-the-art Infrastructure
    We believe in using the latest tools and software with the best office spaces and infrastructure.
  • Skilled Legal Experts
    We have an experienced and talented team of legal experts to take care of your business requirements.
  • Short Turnaround Time
    We deliver the best quality services within a given time slot as we operate throughout the world.
  • Error-free Services
    Our team ensures quality and error-free services for your betterment.

We provide high-quality medical-legal drafting services with adherence to:



We provide litigation services to all law firms and attorneys across the U.S.

We are an ISO Certified and HIPAA Compliant organization.

We have a team comprising of Medical Doctors and Lawyers to handle all your medical-legal cases.

Neural IT's legal team is efficient to customize and adapt the attorney’s way of drafting the complaint. We are efficient in capturing and incorporating relevant case facts, liability, and claim related information in the draft.

It depends upon the number of parties, type of incident, and facts of the case.

Apart from providing cost-effective services, we work according to a different time zone, which gives us a competitive advantage.

By registering on Entrust - our complementary web portal that accompanies our services.

You can mail us at infoatneuralit [dot] com, or our chat representative on the website will help you.

Our Legal Drafting Services start @ $25 per hour & Data Entry Services start @ $10 per hour.


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We at Neural IT have a team of experts to ensure excellent results for our clients.

Our business runs on the core values of offering privacy, maintaining the confidentiality and data security, being dedicated to teamwork, and offering clarity in communication.


A Bill of Particulars keeps track of every minute detail of the trial. It also ensures that a defendant does not face repeated questions regarding the allegation.

Neural IT will draft the Bill of Particulars more effectively and precisely by providing classified details about the witnesses, times, and dates along with other details that aid in the argument of the defense.

What Is Verified Bill Of Particulars?

A Bill of Particulars is an answer sheet that contains a detailed, formal, and written statement of charges or claims by a plaintiff or the prosecutor given upon the defendant's formal request to the court for more detailed information. In civil actions a bill of particulars is a written demand for the specifics of why an action at law was brought. Although usually requested by a defendant, it can be demanded by a plaintiff if the defendant makes a counterclaim for a setoff or asserts a defense against him or her. A bill can be submitted either voluntarily or pursuant to a court order for compliance with the demand. Our team of experts drafts the Bill of Particulars, ensuring all the questions are answered appropriately, keeping the client's best interests in mind. Once a personal injury lawsuit has started, you or your lawyer is obligated to provide the defense with a detailed itemized listing of exactly what your claims are and what injuries you have suffered. Additionally, your lawyer will have to itemize what your medical expenses are and something called special damages.

When do you have to provide the Bill of Particulars?

When you begin a personal injury lawsuit, you have to file two documents, Complaint and Summons, with the court. The Complaint is a general statement giving the basis for the lawsuit, and the Summons is sent to the defendant. After receiving these documents, the defendant will respond by sending you two documents, which are an Answer to Complaint and Demand for a Bill of Particulars. In the Answer to Complaint, the defendant will either deny the allegations, respond with a defense, or claim ignorance about the matter.

Procedure for bill of particulars:


A demand for a bill of particulars shall be made by serving a written demand stating the items concerning which particulars are desired. Within thirty days of service of a demand for a bill of particulars, the party on whom the demand is made shall serve a bill of particulars complying with each item of the demand, except any item to which the party objects, in which even the reasons for the objection shall be stated with reasonable particularity. The assertion of an objection to one or more of the items in the demand shall not relieve the party on whom the demand is made from the obligation to respond in full within thirty days of service of the demand to the items of the demand to which no objection has been made.


In any action or proceeding in a court in which a note of issue is required to be filed, a party may amend the bill of particulars once as of course prior to the filing of a note of issue.

(c)Failure to respond or to comply with a demand:

If a party fails to respond to a demand in a timely fashion or fails to comply fully with demand, the party seeking the bill of particulars may move to compel compliance, or, if such failure is wilful, for the imposition of penalties pursuant to subdivision (d) of this rule.

(d)Penalties for refusal to comply:

If a party served with a demand for a bill of particulars wilfully fails to provide particulars which the court finds ought to have been provided pursuant to this rule, the court may make such final or conditional order with regard to the failure or refusal as is just, including such relief as is set for thin section thirty-one hundred twenty-six of this chapter.

(e)Service of improper or unduly burdensome demands:

If the court concludes that the demand for particulars, or part thereof, is improper or unduly burdensome, in addition to vacating or modifying the demand, the court may make such an order with regard to the improper or unduly burdensome demand as is just.

How does a lawyer prepare the Bill of Particulars?

Your lawyer will first gather all of your medical records that are on file. Once the personal injury lawsuit has been started, your attorney will have your medical records reviewed by a medical expert to ensure the validity of your allegations and claims.
He will gather all the medical bills that you have been paying out of your pocket, as well as what your insurance has paid. Your lawyer will then inquire whether you have been attending your regular job, and if you have been absent from work due to your injuries he will gather the necessary information about your lost income and potential lost income as well.
Putting all this information together, your lawyer will have to answer the detailed question that the defense gives to you, which is called the Demand for Bill of Particulars. Your lawyer will have to go through each and every question, every demand, and answer all of them correctly. He will have to identify what specific injuries you have suffered because of the wrongdoing. The Neural IT Team helps lawyers to complete these all above mentioned steps and drafts the Bill of the particular package with accuracy.

Importance of the Bill of Particulars

There can be instances where the defense can turn around and accuse your lawyer of not answering their questions with enough specificity. Due to this, the defense will say they do not know what exactly your claims are, or what the exact amount of your medical bills is. Therefore, to make sure, no time is wasted, the Demand for a Bill of Particulars should be answered as thoroughly and precisely as possible. For the above-mentioned concern, Neural IT Bill of particulars package contains the following form of answers:

  • Providing the required answer
  • Inability to answer the question due to lack of sufficient information at the present time
  • The question is objectionable

Responding to a Demand for a Bill of Particulars

If you have received a Demand for a Bill of Particulars, you typically have 30 days to respond to it with a written Bill of Particulars. In your response, you must either answer the questions in the Demand or object to them. The Bill of Particulars must include the name and index number of the case at the top of the page. You must sign the bottom of the document in the presence of a notary public and make a copy of the document to retain for your own records.

The notarized Bill of Particulars must be delivered to the other side’s attorney by someone over the age of 18 who is not a party to the lawsuit. They can deliver the Bill of Particulars personally or via First Class Mail with a certificate of mailing as proof of the date you mailed your answers.

You may object in writing to any of the items in the Demand for a Bill of Particulars if you feel the questions ask for more details than necessary, are too vague, or on any other appropriate ground. Your objection must be made in writing within 30 days of when you received the Demand. Failure to respond to or fully comply with a Demand for a Bill of Particulars can result in the party seeking the Bill of Particulars asking the court to order you to comply. If the court finds that your failure to respond is willful, it can impose penalties.

A Bill of Particulars in a personal injury case may involve responses to the following items:

  • Date and approximate time of day of the occurrence
  • Approximate location of occurrence
  • General statement of the acts or omissions constituting the negligence claimed
  • Where notice of a condition is a prerequisite, whether actual or constructive notice is claimed
  • If actual notice is claimed, a statement of when and to whom it was given
  • Statement of injuries and description of those claimed to be permanent, and in action designated in subsection (a) of section five thousand one hundred four of the insurance law, for personal injuries arising out of negligence in the use or operation of a motor vehicle in this state, in what respect plaintiff has sustained a serious injury, as defined in subsection (d) of section five thousand one hundred two of the insurance law, or economic loss greater than basic economic loss, as defined in subsection (a) of section five thousand one hundred two of the insurance law
  • Length of time confined to bed and to house
  • Length of time incapacitated from employment
  • Total amounts claimed as special damages for physicians’ services and medical supplies; loss of earnings, with name and address of the employer; hospital expenses; nurses’ services.
Important Guidelines That We Follow While Preparing A Bill Of Particulars:
  • Our team of expert lawyers has a thorough knowledge of applicable laws and statutes reflected excellently while drafting the bill of particulars.
  • Our lawyers will answer the questions in a short and precise manner by mentioning accurate details.
  • We ensure to object irrelevant questions efficiently to be more professional.
  • Our team of experts drafts the bill of particulars within a given deadline.
  • Our team answers each question making sure the number of the answer matches the number of the question
  • Our team objects to a demand with reason for bill of particulars if the question ask for more detailed information than is necessary.

Suggestion while Responding to a Demand for a Bill of Particulars

If you have received a Demand for a Bill of Particulars, you typically have 30 days to respond to it with a written Bill of Particulars. In your response, you must either answer the questions in the Demand or object to them. The Bill of Particulars must include the name and index number of the case at the top of the page. You must sign the bottom of the document in the presence of a notary public and make a copy of the document to retain for your own records.

The notarized Bill of Particulars must be delivered to the other side’s attorney by someone over the age of 18 who is not a party to the lawsuit. They can deliver the Bill of Particulars personally or via First Class Mail with a certificate of mailing as proof of the date you mailed your answers.

You may object in writing to any of the items in the Demand for a Bill of Particulars if you feel the questions ask for more details than necessary, are too vague, or on any other appropriate ground. Your objection must be made in writing within 30 days of when you received the Demand. Failure to respond to or fully comply with a Demand for a Bill of Particulars can result in the party seeking the Bill of Particulars asking the court to order you to comply. If the court finds that your failure to respond is willful, it can impose penalties.

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We provide litigation services to all law firms and attorneys across the U.S.

It depends upon the number of parties, type of incident, and facts of the case.

We are an ISO Certified and HIPAA Compliant organization.

We have a team comprising of Medical Doctors and Lawyers to handle all your medical-legal cases.

You can mail us at infoatneuralit [dot] com, or our chat representative on the website will help you.

Our Legal Drafting Services start @ $25 per hour & Data Entry Services start @ $10 per hour.


"The wise know that foolish legislation is a rope of sand, which perishes in the twisting." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Drafting Motions needs precision, and precision needs expertise. We have a team of well-trained lawyers to ensure complete research prior to drafting motions.

We offer research and drafting of all types of motions as we understand the importance of thoroughly prepared motions. We also highlight points that stand against us and provide quick services when unanticipated issues arise during trial.


A precisely Drafted Motion contains citations to case law or statutes along with a recitation of the facts of the case or situation prompting the court or a judge to provide a ruling or order directing that some act be done in favor of the applicant.

Neural IT has 16 years of experience in drafting trial court motions and oppositions to such motions, including motions for summary judgment, motions to dismiss, discovery motions, motions in limine, and pre- and post-trial motions.

What Is a Motion?

A motion brings a question in front of the judge for a decision. It asks the judge to answer a question about the case before the trial begins. A pre-trial motion sets the rules for trial. It may result in a rule about how the parties can gather evidence for the trial. A motion may even answer a question that’s so significant that it ends the case or coaxes the parties to reach a resolution to the case.

  • Default Motion:The first step to preserve your client’s rights is to obtain a default judgment. Obtaining default against a party that has chosen to simply ignore your client’s lawsuit provides your client with many procedural advantages. Most importantly, however, a default judgment provides your client the opportunity and ability to preserve all relief sought against that party. Seeking default judgment is no easy task. The procedures by which default judgments may be obtained implicate a vast – and somewhat arcane – complex set of rules. Failing to follow just one of these rules will permit the defaulting party to set aside any default judgment obtained.

When can you get a default judgment?

The default process is initiated when a properly served summons and complaint to the defendant doesn't get a response. A defendant is ''in default'' in such a situation giving the plaintiff the right to initiate a step to obtain an entry of default against the defendant. Other situations viz; when the defendant does not provide a further response to discovery, for discovery abuses, or violating local court rules can lead to taking a default response against the defendant. However, two things need to be kept in mind: first, the defendant can still file pleadings or motions with the court while the defendant may technically be “in default,” until the court clerk enters the default
Second, in a situation when the defendant is represented by a counsel, or one is aware that the defendant has counsel, it is then an ethical obligation to warn the defendant and his/her counsel before a default entry is entered. In previous court decisions, failing to warn opposing counsel of a pending judgment proved a basis for setting aside any default judgment later on.

Neural IT Default Motion Structure A written application made to a Court to issue an order for specific action in favor of the applicant or contested issue for decision. A motion almost always contains a recitation of the facts of the case or the situation prompting the movant to make the request. Our legal experts are aware of all the essentials required to draft a “Notice of Motion,” followed by an “Affidavit in Support” of it and copies of any documents that support the request and would help the judge to decide in applicant’s favor.

Motions for Summary Judgment: In any action, a party may move for summary judgment as to any claim or defense as a matter of right at any time if no scheduling order exists and the case has not been assigned for trial. It is a way for one party to resolve their case without a trial. The party can ask for summary judgment for part of the case or the whole. We draft summary judgment along the lines, wherein we provide a bullet-proof strategy for responding counsel to resist summary judgment motions.

Why Firms Seek Summary Judgment

One can seek a summary judgment when the material facts of the controversy are not in dispute to any claims in the case including third party complaints, cross-claims, interpleader, counterclaims, and intervention. In cases where a summary judgment is granted, the ruling will state that no factual issues remain to be tried and therefore a cause of action or all causes of action in a complaint can be decided upon certain facts without trial.
The time for bringing a motion for summary judgment is after the pleadings are closed but within such time as not to delay the trial. Summary judgment may be intended to:

  • Completely resolve a case (e.g., entry of judgment for plaintiff or defendants)
  • Completely resolve a claim
  • Completely determine the status of a particular party
  • Resolve a particular claim’s application to a particular party
  • Establish a fact or ruling applicable to the case as it is further adjudicated

Threshold Motion:

The threshold motion is drafted to determine whether an accident victim should be allowed to recover money for pain and suffering. Our medical-legal team drafts these threshold motions supported by a medical summary, which outlines the pain and suffering caused to the patient due to the accident. Based on medical records and treatment histories, it is determined whether the impairment caused by the injuries, can be considered permanent and if the impairment has affected the plaintiff's physical, mental, or psychological function.

What Is the Threshold Motion and How Is It Examined?

The threshold motion is an investigation by the court, to determine whether or not to reward the victim of a case to recover money for pain and suffering, which is also known as "general damages". The threshold may be a controversial test because in the case, the final decision of the court is considered after the sentencing. Thus, the court is able to recognize a large amount of money, but if the judge does not agree with this, the plaintiff will not be entitled to the amount of money awarded by the jury. The test examines the damage or the violation suffered by the plaintiff in one of three ways. Firstly, the judge must be convinced about the permanent impairment. Secondly, the judge must be convinced about the seriousness of the injury. It is a bit difficult way as it solely depends on the judge to determine the seriousness of the injury and the kind of effect it has on the plaintiff's work and family. Lastly, the impairment needs to be regarding an important physical, mental or psychological function.

  • Affirmation & Opposition: There are two types of affirmation, affirmation in support and affirmation in opposition, which are explained below:
    • The affirmation supports the request made in the leading document called a Notice of Motion issued by the court.
    • An “Affirmation in opposition" explains why the other side is not entitled to receive what is demanded in the motion.
  • Instructions To File Affirmation In Opposition/In Support:
  • The court can take action under the specific rule with the help of a motion. An affidavit or affirmation needs to be prepared to oppose or support a motion. The title of the submission must be appropriate and should be drafted on your own for affirmation in opposition or support of a motion.

    • A statement made under penalty of perjury is affirmation. A licensed notary public of the state testifies an affidavit. The affidavit must be attached with relevant evidence if you are opposing a motion for summary judgement. Affidavits or affirmations from other people who have relevant information or knowledge about the motion can be attached for a better outcome of the motion.
    • Submission of a memorandum of law is also applicable to highlight the facts of the case. However, the facts must be in affidavit or affirmation and not just mentioned in the memorandum of law. The affidavit and affirmation must include only facts and not references. Each defendant or his attorney must be provided with the memorandum of law along with affirmation or affidavit.
    • You must make a copy of the paper that would be provided to the defendants. You can provide a single copy to several defendants with the same attorney. It is necessary to keep one copy of the papers for yourself as well.
    • You can mail or personally hand over a copy to the defendants.
  • Order to Show Cause:
    • In the legal system, the proof is a court order that requires an individual or a legal entity to explain, justify, or prove something. In the U.S., courts frequently use orders to show it because it is a pre-trial hearing, that it should be heard without any of the usual schedule, such as when a temporary warrant is not required. In these cases, the judge needs more information before the court can make a decision.
    • As a cause, the performance of the purchase order, also known as the cause, the performance of the regulation, which requires either an individual or a company to appear in court to explain why the court should not take the necessary measures in place. The court issues an order, at the request of the applicant, with the assistance, as well as providing the court with a certificate of authenticity or a certificate (affidavit of confirmed the statement with the mention of particular facts). The reasons to order is usually used in contempt of the court, to fight against it, in those cases in which a command, and in scenarios where time is of the essence.

Why Neural IT?

We provide a complete package with minute details of the case, including evidence & documents that are thoroughly researched.
We highlight the points that stand against, so our clients can assess and proceed accordingly.

Benefits Of Outsourcing To Neural IT

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We provide litigation services to all law firms and attorneys across the U.S.

We are an ISO Certified and HIPAA Compliant organization.

We have a team comprising of Medical Doctors and Lawyers to handle all your medical-legal cases.

Neural IT's legal team is efficient to customize and adapt the attorney’s way of drafting the motion. We are efficient in capturing and incorporating relevant case facts, liability, and claim related information in the draft.

It depends upon the number of parties, type of incident, and facts of the case.

Apart from providing cost-effective services, we work according to a different time zone, which gives us a competitive advantage.

By registering on Entrust - our complementary web portal that accompanies our services.

You can mail us at infoatneuralit [dot] com, or our chat representative on the website will help you.

Our Legal Drafting Services start @ $25 per hour & Data Entry Services start @ $10 per hour.


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