Motor Vehicle Accident Checklist: Police Officer Interview - Deposition - Trial Testimony is an 11 page checklist of questions.
In every car or truck accident case with a personal injury there is a police officer involved. This is a form you will use over and over and over again. You'll use this whether you are a plaintiff or a defense attorney.
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Dear Fellow Lawyer,
The bread and butter of most lawyers handling litigation is the automobile accident - the motor vehicle accident (MVA). In all those cases one attorney wants to use the investigation police officer as a witness --- and the other side's attorney wants to minimize the officer's harmful testimony at deposition or trial.
Most lawyers spend hours of time during their career preparing for a interviews, and depositions of investigating police officers. If you're like most lawyers, you rapidly find out you need a checklist for interviewing the officer, or taking his/her deposition, and then a checklist for preparing questions for trial.
The solution is here. Now.
How would you feel if I could show you a very inexpensive way to be better prepared than you ever have been for the interview or deposition of a police officer in a motor vehicle accident case? What if I could give you a "check the box" - experienced trial attorney's - approach to preparing your questions to ask the police officer?
Better yet, what if I could show you how to do this and save you 30, 40 even 55% of the time it normally takes you to get your questions ready.
While practicing civil trial law for the last 35 years, in a successful five state litigation practice, I developed and refined a comprehensive set of deposition checklists. They saved me lots of time, and made me more effective for my clients.
Most attorneys and legal assistants have no real system to prepare for a police officer interview. So they avoid an interview of the police officer and retreat to only using a deposition. Yet studies show that the investigating officer moves toward the position of the first attorney contacting him/her in a friendly interview. So these lawyers without a system miss one of the best changes they have to get a witness that the jury will listen to with interest. These lawyers without a system not only miss taking interviews, they "mis-interview" - they miss issues and questions they should ask.
But that doesn't have to be you.
Now, I'm giving you a chance to get the far-reaching Police Officer MVA Checklist: Interview - Deposition - Trial form that seasoned litigation lawyers and their legal assistants develop after a dozen or more years of motor vehicle cases.
This proven system is guaranteed to organize your deposition in less time, with more efficiency. And, you'll be so prepared for your deposition questions, you can focus on the other aspects in developing the case.
This is a mentor in a box, coaching you on the points you should consider that the police officer can help - or hurt - you with in the car, truck, motorcycle or pedestrian case.
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Police Officer MVA Checklist: Interview - Deposition - Trial is a simple, easy to follow standard for listing and evaluating the questions you should ask. It is available here at this site. Either a plaintiff or defendant attorney can use this document in any size firm.
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This litigation aid is furnished to you in PDF format. You can select and copy this form into your word processor, and then edit it for your own use in each of your specific cases. Then print out your checklist, designed for your specific case. Put it in your trial notebook and be ready for the deposition in half the time you now take, right now!
Think about this... when you walk into a deposition, you will feel one of two ways: Prepared or Unprepared. I don't need to ask you which one is a better feeling.
The fact is, just the FEELING of being prepared for one case alone must be worth $27. Consider your small investment a little "emotional insurance policy". When you walk in feeling prepared, the other side will notice.
Not only will you get a great motor vehicle accident checklist for constant use in the years ahead, you'll get it for the price of only $27.
This is your invitation to become a part of the small group of attorneys who get to take advantage of this powerful interview -deposition - trial testimony form.
All the best,
Leonard Bucklin, Civil Trial Attorney
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