Tuesday, July 31, 2012
A deposition is a question and answer session given under oath in a civil lawsuit in New York. In cases involving accidents, wrongful death and medical malpractice every injured victim must give testimony about what happened.
Likewise, I have an opportunity to question the people that you have sued.
There are two types of questions we cannot ask during this pre-trial testimony. Beyond that, we can ask anything that is relevant to the issues, facts and damages in the case.
What are the two types of questions we can never ask at a deposition?
Watch the video to learn what they are.
Here's a cardiac malpractice case where I was able to achieve a $6 million dollar settlement for my client.
Here's a foot surgery case where a Westchester, NY jury awarded my client $1.55 million dollars for her pain and suffering.
To learn more about how medical malpractice cases work in the state of New York, I encourage you to explore my educational website.
If you have legal questions, I invite you to pick up the phone and call me at 516-487-8207 or by email at email@example.com. This is what I do every day and I'd be happy to chat with you.
Law Office of Gerald Oginski
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Great Neck, NY 11021