Under the GA Civil Practice Act, opposing counsel has the right to take your deposition upon proper notice. As a party to civil litigation you may be required to appear at a specific time and place to give your oral testimony under oath and taken down by a court reporter for transcription.

An attorney may also delve into more specific details and that can be overwhelming, especially when you have been involved in an accident.  This is why it is important that you are represented by an experienced attorney.  If you have been in an accident or are about to undergo a deposition for any type of litigation, having the right attorney can help ease your mind considerably about the process.  Contact us if you need legal representation.  We will work with you to understand your situation and help you get any compensation to which you may be entitled.  

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