Give this handout to your BI client to improve their ability to testify effectively in depositions. It’s a unique “answering BI questions” skill builder.
Have your client-plaintiff practice answering the “most probable” questions about his/her personal injury – at home!
Our BI Client Testimony Preparation Practice gives the BI client a take-home set of instructions and questions to take home. BI Client Testimony Preparation Practice includes the questions that personal injury claimants need to be able to answer in a confident manner.
Solve part of your time problem on personal injury client deposition preparation. Have persons other than you take the time to give the client experience in the question and answer method.
BI Client Testimony Preparation Practice tells the bodily injury client to have his/her spouse or good friend read specified questions orally to the client, and the client respond orally to those questions. Your client can practice answering questions that will usually be asked when the defense takes his/her deposition.
When you see the client for a pre-deposition conferences, your client will have had the benefit of thinking about the case, about how he/she presents him/herself to the jury, and have practiced answering without hesitation and mumbling.
Don’t get me wrong. This is not the usual list of Do’s and Don’t. You know the kind of lists: do tell the truth; don’t volunteer information; do not change your answer just because the other attorney keeps asking the same question over and over, et cetera, et cetera. BI Client Testimony Preparation Practice is not a list of “Do’s and Don’ts”.
BI Client Testimony Preparation Practice is different. It’s built for the real world, where you don’t have hours to personally ask pages of practice questions to a client in your office. This legal form gives take-home training in the question and answer manner of testimony, to eliminate hesitations, mumbling, and fumbling. BI Client Testimony Preparation Practice builds confidence and technique in answering actual “most probable” personal injury questions the defense will ask.
Let me recap…
- BI Client Testimony Preparation Practice takes none of your time to give the client hours of practice drills.
- BI Client Testimony Preparation Practice is an easy to use tool.
- BI Client Testimony Preparation Practice is what you need to prepare your client for deposition or trial.
- BI Client Testimony Preparation Practice is the difference between a client that feels you care enough to give them homework, instead of thinking you are just an attorney “who doesn’t care.”
- BI Client Testimony Preparation Practice is a very low investment with a high value return.
You have everything to gain and nothing to lose by using the BI Client Testimony Preparation Practice the next time you have a plaintiff’s personal injury case.