Many of the same principles for testifying in a deposition also apply to testifying in court before a judge or jury. The number one principle everyone should remember whether testifying as a plaintiff or a defendant is: tell the truth – always. No doubt your attorney will not want you to offer more information than …January 30, 2019
Don’t look upon a deposition as a stressor. Rather, look upon it as your side’s opportunity to question your opposition – or the individual responsible for your injury – under oath, before a court reporter. Everything said on record during the deposition is recorded, and that becomes the transcript, an invaluable tool for your attorney. …December 27, 2018
Unfortunately, brain trauma from accidents is a major cause of epilepsy. Car accidents, motorcycle accidents, football games, any of these can be the culprit. Both seizures that occur immediately after brain trauma and those that occur much later (well after one week) can result in the condition being ongoing, but the earlier treatment begins, the …December 27, 2018
As the injured party, the answer is absolutely. However, the defendant’s insurance carrier very well could have a different point of view. That may not seem fair or equitable, but, once again, insurance carriers do not exist to be fair; they exist to make money. And paying out financial compensation to injured parties is not …December 27, 2018
No matter how much I tell my clients to remain calm before and during their Independent Medical Examinations, the stress always is palpable. Once again, relax. We are talking here about just one cursory medical examination by a physician who has been hired by defendant’s insurance carrier. And going in, you should know that this …
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