When you are injured in an accident, you might make the choice to file a lawsuit for compensation. From there, you might come across a variety of issues that you weren’t really aware of prior to the lawsuit being filed. One of those is being called for a deposition. Both sides in a lawsuit have a right to take a deposition of the other party, according to the Civil Procedure of Wisconsin.
A deposition is given under oath. That means that the testimony must be accurate and factual. What is said during a deposition can have a profound impact on your case, so you should make sure that you have a complete understanding of the deposition process and what you should say and do during the deposition. We can help you as you go through the deposition process.
It is important for you to be well prepared for the deposition. This means that as soon as you discover that you have a deposition, you should make sure that you contact us. We can help you to understand the process so that you can feel a little more at ease.
During the discovery deposition, a court reporter will take the testimony. It is then transcribed to be used in the lawsuit. You will be asked questions in an effort to discover facts relevant to the case. In addition to you, witnesses might also be required to have their deposition taken.
All depositions must be factual.
No matter who is having his or her deposition taken, proper preparation is vital. We can help you and your witnesses to prepare for the deposition to help reduce the stress.