Today’s question is one we get from time to time.  Our question is: What is a deposition?  Hello, my name is Ty Wilson. I’m a Georgia Workers’ Compensation attorney practicing Law in the state of Georgia. And our video topic is actually an updated video on one that we did previously. And the question is, ‘What is a deposition?”

Well, a deposition is a question and answer session between you and the worker’s compensation insurance carrier.  It’s typically the attorney for the insurance company and the employer asking questions directly to the injured worker. If you do not have an attorney as the injured worker, it will likely be yourself, the attorney for the employer and the insurance company, and a court reporter. If you have an attorney, the attorney should be present with you to listen to the questions and make sure that everything that is being asked is clearly explained and the answers are clear and succinct.

What is a Deposition Used For?

In a deposition, the attorneys and employer will seek information about your injury.  This can include very specific details on how you were injured, your medical treatment and so forth.  We have a video that will we can share to help you with this.  We’re going to share it with our clients first to prepare them for a deposition prior to sitting for a deposition. If that’s something that you would be interested in viewing, we have that as a private video, but we’ll be happy to send it to you with no obligation.

How to Contact Us

You can contact us here and provide us your email with any message.  We’ll provide you access to the preparation for a deposition in a Georgia workers’ compensation matter. We hope that information has been helpful. If you have any specific questions, reach out to us and let us know we’ll see you on the next video or article!

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