How Much Will I Pay for a Strike 3 Holdings Settlement?
When settling with Strike 3 Holdings, you can make the situation go away much faster and can buy yourself peace of mind.
When you discuss your options with Antonelli Law’s free and confidential consultation, we can help explain the ramifications of settling. If you settle through Antonelli Law, we can ensure that if you have qualifying circumstances, both the settlement and settlement payment is made anonymously.
How Much Will Settling With Strike 3 Holdings Cost?
This will differ between cases. Most cases are resolved out of court. At Antonelli Law, we offer a reasonable Flat Fee for motions to quash, or for helping you settle your case and remain anonymous in many cases.
Antonelli Law will tenaciously negotiate the best possible settlement we can on your behalf. We have successfully negotiated anonymous settlements that were lower than the original amount demanded by the movie company, and will fight to get the best financial outcome for you.
How Much Will I Be Sued For Strike 3 Holdings?
Typically, Strike 3 Holdings requests roughly $750 per movie downloaded, however, the maximum amount requested by Strike 3 tends to be about $50,000.
How many movies do people normally get sued over? In reality, each case is different and it’s hard to pinpoint an exact amount that will cause you to get sued. We’ve seen cases where the defendant downloaded over 240 movies and others where the defendant downloaded around 20.
What’s A Typical Settlement Amount For Strike 3 Holdings Case?
When Antonelli Law negotiates for their clients, the settlement amount will vary greatly and will depend on several factors. Average settlements can range from under $100/movie to approximately $500/movie. We have also been able to prove financial hardship and get a settlement all the way down to $250 total, so it really is going to be case-specific.
When Antonelli Law represents you, we take a look at your case from every angle. We then aim to aggressively negotiate on your behalf. Once we know the specifics of your case, Antonelli Law can give you a more specific assessment and help set your expectations.
Why Does Strike 3 Holdings Want To Sue Me?
The notice that you received from your internet service provider (AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, etc.) is letting you know that the Strike 3 Holdings company is seeking your personal information, such as your full name and address, so that they can sue you for copyright infringement.
The notice from your internet service provider is to let you know that Strike 3 Holdings is seeking your personal information (your full name and address) so that they can sue you for copyright infringement.
If you have just received this notice you are still anonymous and Strike 3 Holdings does not yet know who you are. While you are anonymous, you still have several options available to you on how you want to handle your case. The longer you wait, the fewer options that may be available and you could lose some of your negotiating power.