Why are litigation letters often so dreadful?

Why are litigation letters often so dreadful? I picked this old article up from a tweet by Jack of Kent (David Allen Green), the author. It's reminiscent of the kind of tone I sometimes hit when translating similar correspondence by German lawyers.
The authors of this dreadful correspondence will invariably profess themselves “surprised” or “astonished” (or even “surprised and astonished”). They are “bewildered” and “confused” and sometimes “shocked”. If any of these assertions wer ...
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