If you have been involved in a personal injury case, at some point you may be asked to provide a deposition. This is basically a recorded statement about what happened. The attorney representing the opposite party will be asking you a series of questions. This can feel very pressuring, so it's important to prepare for this. Here are four things you should know before you give your deposition:
By knowing these four things about giving a deposition, you can be calmer about it and know that you did it successfully. Be sure that you also discuss your deposition with your personal injury attorney before you give it since they can provide further advice about your specific case.
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