What can I expect during my Eastern Ontario examination for discovery?

What you can expect during your Eastern Ontario examination for discovery.

When a victim of an Eastern Ontario personal injury receives a Notice of Examination it can be nerve-wracking. There is a lot that happens during discovery. Clients  ask the Ottawa personal injury lawyers at Brenda Hollingsworth’s office what they can expect once the examination for discovery begins.

To have questions about your Eastern Ontario examination for discovery answered contact Brenda Hollingsworth Personal Injury Lawyers at 1-888-574-4529. The Ottawa personal injury lawyers at Brenda Hollingsworth’s office make sure all of their clients have preparation sessions and feel completely comfortable with the examination process before the actual examination date.

An examination for discovery is very much like a cross-examination however, it is in a boardroom rather than in a courtroom. It is the “mid-point” of the lawsuit and is a mix of a very formal/very informal environment. The lawyer from the opposing side has up to 7 hours to ask you questions about the accident and the injuries you obtained.

Lianne Laing and Brenda Hollingsworth answer a caller’s question about his notice of examination and what he can expect during the examination period on CTV Morning Live.

If you have questions about your Eastern Ontario examination for discovery and what to expect call the Ottawa personal injury lawyers at Brenda Hollingsworth’s office for a consultation at 1-888-574-4529.

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