- January 8 2017
- | Personal Injury
The defendant will use the same process as the plaintiff. They’ll ask for written documents, written questions, written request for admission, and it is a lot of work to comply. It is not a simple process. It requires thoughtfulness on behalf of the client to review the request, as well as meeting with us on multiple occasions to get the responses out.
The most difficult aspect of discovery is the deposition. It can be a little frightening for many people. They go through an experience where they are asked questions by a hostile attorney and there’s a court reporter there recording every word. Also, dealing with how intrusive the questions can be (as they often are) can be a tough experience for some people.