Depositions for Auto Accidents

Auto Accident

Auto Accident depositions are one part of the lengthy litigation process.  If you are at the stage of having a Auto Accident deposition you need to speak with one or more Auto Accident Lawyers and have them represent you before the deposition takes place.  If you have not consulted with Auto Accident Lawyers prior to the deposition you run the risk of doing irreparable harm to your case.

A deposition for a Auto Accident is similar to a statement that may have been taken earlier by the insurance company but there are some important differences.  First, if a deposition is being done this means that a lawsuit has been filed and hopefully, this was done by your Auto Accident Lawyers as it is never advisable to represent yourself in any lawsuit.  Second, the deposition will be taken by an attorney that represents the insurance company and the attorney will ask as many questions as possible to try and get as much information and hopefully have you say something that can harm your case; for that reason alone you should have Auto Accident Lawyers representing you.

While most depositions are rather routine, it is always advisable to have engaged one or more Auto Accident Lawyers to help guide you through the deposition.  This will allow you to answer more confidently, as you know you are not hurting your case and ultimately you will be more believable.

If you have been injured in a Auto Accident and would like more information about Auto Accident Lawyers or representation contact The Elster Firm.

The information provided is for general informational purposes and does not constitute legal advice.  No attorney-client relationship is created by this post.  The choice of an attorney is an important one and should not be based on advertising alone.