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What Will I Be Asked at My Workers Compensation Deposition?

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A deposition is a witness’s sworn testimony taken out of court.  It is used to gather information as part of the discovery process. While an insurance lawyer can ask many questions at a deposition that would not be permitted at a trial, several areas of interrogation are likely: Lawyers typically start with very easy introductory

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Judge: Plaintiff Can Compel Videotaped Deposition

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Clients of ABRAMS LANDAU know that Doug Landau frequently videotapes depositions, both in his office, at other offices, and even at the scene of the accident. He is shown here with noted Connecticut Trial Lawyer Robert Reardon, and the videographer and court reporter from Casamo Court Reporting Company before a taped deposition at the Landau

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Why waive reading and signing a deposition transcript?

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In this day and age where the court reporters tape record (and may even videotape) a deposition, it seems that their transcripts will be extremely accurate.  Furthermore, Court Reporters ask for spellings and corrections during the proceedings if they are unsure what they heard, wrote down or repeated into their recording devices.  So, while the

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“EVERYTHING YOU SAY…WILL BE USED AGAINST YOU” Taped and Writtten Statements and Insurance Companies

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Insurance companies routinely pressure people into giving taped or written statements shortly after an accident.  Insurance claims adjusters know that injured victims are at their most vulnerable immediately after an accident.  They know that when the injured person is not represented, in pain, on strong medications, confused and unsure of their legal rights, that all

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