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Giving a Deposition in Your Personal Injury Case

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Many people are aware that if they bring a claim for personal injury they will eventually have to give a deposition. This means that the lawyer from the insurance company gets to question them and a court reporter records the questions and answers. The idea of giving a deposition is so intimidating to some people that it makes them shy away from bringing a personal injury claim.

At Van Dorn and Curtiss we prepare you thoroughly for your deposition. We are also by your side during the process, to make sure the insurance company doesn’t ask any unfair questions or try to take advantage of you. Often, after the deposition is over my clients will say, “that wasn’t nearly as bad as I thought it would be.” I’m happy to hear this because it means we are doing our job.

For more on depositions visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deposition_(law)