If you are asked by your attorney to participate in a deposition, do not worry; it is simply an opportunity for you to communicate your side of the story before the trial (or settlement), and your attorney(s) will prepare you for what you can expect. It will typically take place in your attorneys’ offices. Present will be the following attendees:
- Your attorney(s)
- The opposing attorney(s)
- The court reporter (and possibly a videographer)
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During the deposition, you will be asked to raise your right hand and swear or affirm to tell the truth. Then you will be asked a series of questions. All you have to do is answer truthfully. To best represent yourself, it is important to speak clearly and to dress professionally (especially if there is a videographer present). The most important thing is to be truthful. If you make a mistake, it’s OK. There will be an opportunity for you to review a transcript or recording of the deposition and a period of time (around 30 days) during which you can make changes.
Our attorneys at Brown & Barron, LLC focus on representing the victims of nursing home abuse/neglect, birth injuries, and medical malpractice. We know first-hand how these facilities function, and just how vulnerable patients and residents are to injuries. If you believe you or a family member has suffered as a result of medical malpractice or nursing home negligence, we invite you to contact our team as soon as possible to learn more about your rights and options. To contact our team, call (410) 547-0202 today for a consultation.
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