Imagine that you recently had a car accident and you were partially responsible

Imagine that you recently had a car accident and you were partially responsible.  Imagine how you might tell the story differently if you were telling your friends about what happened.

Imagine that you recently had a car accident and you were partially responsible

Writing for an Audience:
Scenario: 
Imagine that you recently had a car accident and you were partially responsible.  Imagine how you might tell the story differently if you were telling your friends about what happened. How might this version be different from the one you tell the insurance company? What details would you emphasize? Are there some details you might tell your friends that you might not emphasize or even mention at all in your letter to the insurance company? Would the order in which you told the various details be different?
For this assignment, you will write two pieces of correspondence. First,  a quick text message to your best friend about the car accident. Second, a one-page letter to your insurance company. Show that you understand how you would write differently for these two different audiences.
More details;

How do you write a good correspondence letter?
Here are a bunch of salutations appropriate for an official correspondence letter:
  1. Dear Person’s First Name and Last Name.
  2. Dear Mr./Ms. Person’s Last Name.
  3. Dear Mr./Ms. Person’s First Name and Last Name.
  4. Dear Hiring Manager.
  5. Dear Sir/Madam.
  6. To Whom It May Concern.
  7. Dear Human Resources Manager.
  8. Dear Company Name.

How do you write a response to multiple articles?

Writing a Response or Reaction Paper
  1. Identify the author and title of the work and include in parentheses the publisher and publication date. …
  2. Write an informative summary of the material.
  3. Condense the content of the work by highlighting its main points and key supporting points.
  4. Use direct quotations from the work to illustrate important ideas.

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