In this case, there were two defendants. One defendant served an offer of judgment requesting a dismissal of both defendants in return for $5,000. The offer did not apportion the $5,000 offer between the two defendants. Defendants prevailed, and the trial court awarded attorneys’ fees. The Fourth District affirmed the fee award, holding that the offer was not a “joint offer” because it was an offer by only one defendant that simply requested that both defendants be dismissed. Therefore, no apportionment was required.