Release of Personal Injury Claim

Overview
- The Release of Personal Injury claim is used by an individual or company to release a 'personal injury' claim against another individual or company. 
- This release assumes that the person releasing the claim (Releasor) has been fully compensated by the other party (Releasee) for all of his or her claims of injury.
- By signing this document, you will release the other party from all claims, not just one specific claim.  If there is a possibility that you have other claims against the person or company that will be released, or any other person or company, consult an attorney before signing.
- When the Releasee pays the damages to the Releasor, the Releasor should sign the release.  This indicates that the Releasor has received compensation for the damage, and that the Releasor agrees the compensation is sufficient.

When You Need It
- When a party has acknowledged responsibility for causing personal injury to another and is willing to pay money, or other type of compensation, in exchange for the release.  


Getting Started

You will need:
- Name and address of the person receiving the money.
- Name and address of the person or company paying the money.
- Description of accident/incident as well as date and location.
- An understanding of the additional terms of agreement.

When to Review and Revise
- Changes which are requested and agreed upon by both parties.
- To address another incident or accident.