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Will I Have To Testify In My Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?

Posted by Frank Spector | Nov 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

Yes.

In medical malpractice cases, the court rules permit the lawyer for the doctor and hospital to ask you lots of questions about your case. But don't worry-we get to ask the doctors lots of questions too.

A deposition does not happen until the lawsuit has been filed.  It takes place in your lawyer's office with a court reporter there taking down everything that is said.  Rest assured-your lawyer will be there with you during the entire deposition.

If the case does not settles out of court, then you will testify before a jury to tell your side of the story.

At Frank Spector Law, we spend lots of time with you in advance preparing you for the deposition. In fact, we have been asked to speak to lawyers in Maryland and throughout the country to share with them our method of deposition preparation.

Having lawyers who understand your medical malpractice case and are experienced in helping you prepare to testify is very important. That's what we do at Frank Spector Law.

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