Why Is Taking Your Deposition So Important in the Discovery Process?

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The most important part of the discovery process is the plaintiff’s deposition. Here’s why.

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A very important part of our litigation process here at the Batta Fulkerson Law Group is taking your deposition as the plaintiff.

As soon as you file a lawsuit, you’ll enter into a process known as “discovery,” which is when both the plaintiff and the defense learn everything there is to know about the case. No part of the discovery process is more important than the plaintiff’s deposition.

Why? Because it’s the one and only opportunity for the defense to meet and talk to the person filing the claim. That’s why preparing for this deposition is very important, and we pride ourselves on being experts at getting our clients ready for their depositions.

It may take two or three meetings before you have your deposition. In any case, we’ll sit down at our conference table and spend as long as it takes to make sure you’re ready for the questioning you’ll receive, that you’re fully informed on how the deposition will go, and that you understand what your role will be as the plaintiff.

By the time we’re done prepping our clients, they feel completely confident walking into their deposition. When a plaintiff does well in their deposition, their case thrives.

If you come to Batta Fulkerson, we’ll make sure you’re ready for this important part of the litigation process.

If you have any questions or would like more information, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’d love to speak with you.