The Law Offices of Kenneth A Wilhelm

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Published on July 24, 2014

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The Law Offices of Kenneth A Wilhelm : The Law Offices of Kenneth A Wilhelm Personal Injury Attorney NYC The 4 Most Common Forms of Discovery : The 4 Most Common Forms of Discovery The discovery process is a phase of litigation where the different parties seek information from one another in anticipation of trial. Different types of discovery tools are utilized for different purposes. Your attorney may need to look at the specific facts of your case to determine which of type discovery is necessary. Although states and their laws may vary during the discovery process, the four steps that are common, detailed below. : Although states and their laws may vary during the discovery process, the four steps that are common, detailed below. Interrogatories Interrogatories are written questions that one party may request from the other. Interrogatories may be used as a discovery tool to learn facts about the opposing party. This form of discovery is often used to learn facts the party sending them intends to rely on in support of their claims or defenses . Requests for Admissions Requests for admissions specifically ask a party to admit or deny certain facts that may be relevant to the litigation. If the party admits to a fact, the fact is considered to be a stipulated fact that is not in dispute. However, if the party denies a fact, the fact remains in dispute. PowerPoint Presentation: Depositions One of the most powerful discovery tools is a deposition. A deposition is the testimony of a party or witness provided under oath in response to oral questions asked by the opposing attorney. Although the setting for depositions is usually informal, the testimony is provided under oath and is just as binding as if it was provided in court. Our attorneys attend the depositions with you. If the every process of discovery is followed properly, many vital facts can be achieved like the arguments the other party is going to use during trial and you can prepare a better defense according the other party's tactics. However, the discovery process is expensive and time consuming, and, sometimes frustrating, but it can be the only medium of the necessary information you will need to admit in the court to make the process worth the hard work that you and your New York personal injury attorneys did to prove the wrong deed of the negligible party. PowerPoint Presentation: Thank You

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