What is the average Strike 3 Holdings Settlement Amount?
Some of the main questions asked during our consultation are around settling with Strike 3 Holdings:
Should I settle with Strike 3 Holdings? How much is it going to cost if I settle?
First, should you settle with Strike 3 Holdings?
That really depends on you and your individual situation.
Settling with Strike 3 Holdings can make the situation go away a lot faster, essentially buying you peace of mind. If you settle through Antonelli Law we can ensure that (as long as your circumstances qualify), both your settlement and settlement payment are made anonymously. We’ve found over the years that for many clients the ability to ensure anonymity and end the process as quickly as they can is worth paying a settlement, even if they don’t really think they should have to.
Strike 3 Holdings Settlement Pros and Cons
We have developed some pros and cons for settling with Strike 3 Holdings. As always, each case is unique– we’ve seen defendants that have been accused of 20 downloads and those that have been accused of more than 200 downloads. Make sure you schedule a free consultation so we can discuss the specifics of your case and give you more information on what you can expect.
The pros of settling with Strike 3 Holdings:
- Your case will be resolved quickly
- Your case is resolved anonymously from public records
- We’ll ensure that you as a person (not just your IP address) are released so you can’t be sued again for any other supposed download activity that happened prior to your settlement
The cons of settling with Strike 3 Holdings:
Regardless of whether or not you feel you should have to, you will have to pay a settlement fee.
Each case is different, but here are some things we’ve seen in the past. Strike 3 Holdings typically requests $750/downloaded, with a maximum amount of around $50,000. When we negotiate for our clients the settlement amount varies greatly and depends on several factors. Average settlements tend to range from under $100/movie to approximately $500/movie. We’ve also been able to prove financial hardship and get a settlement all the way down to $250 total, so it really is case-specific.