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Have you ever wondered whether there’s something you could do to prepare before you meet with your client for deposition prep? You bet there is! Tune in as we talk about how to look at the file for a deeper analysis and answer three really important questions.

We’re going to talk about helping you scope a plan to prepare you before that client testimony preparation meeting. In my experience and most people’s experiences, trial happens, but it’s pretty few and far between. Most of our legwork and our day-to-day stuff is dealing with depositions.

Hopefully, this will help you create a plan for having a deeper analysis of your client’s case, and the testimony they need to provide in your case. That way, you can have smoother preparation meetings and your clients will be impressed and appreciative that you took the time to go back through and get the events down. Ultimately, this creates a lot of trust between you and the client whenever you can repeat events back to them or refresh their own memory. It also helps uncover damages when you’re working through that part of the preparation meeting.  

In this episode, you will hear:

  • Reasons to prepare for client deposition
  • When to start your review
  • What to review and 3 questions to keep in mind
    • What is the target? 
    • What areas can be improved and what are things that are maybe a weakness in the case? 
    • What’s missing? 
  • How to gather up depositions
  • Doing a double background check

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