A deposition is the defense attorney’s opportunity to ask you questions about you and your case, posing questions about the circumstances of your accident, the severity of your injuries, and your medical treatment. Depositions are an important part of your case, and are part of the “discovery” process of your case. Presenting yourself in a truthful, honest and sincere way at your deposition will have the most impact on the defense attorney and the opposing insurance company in their evaluation of you as a witness. Your attorney should you for your deposition, and under no circumstances should you give a deposition without having an attorney present.
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Before seeking out a personal injury lawyer, many accident victims have concerns and questions about how they are going to pay for a lawyer. Ads on TV can be confusing and misleading. Generally, lawyers charge for their representation in two main ways: contingency fee basis or an hourly fee.