Discovery Process in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

November 6th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

The most important thing to remember about the discovery process is to be honest. Your attorney can’t advocate for you effectively if he or she does not know all the facts. And being dishonest or untruthful in the answers to the interrogatories or during a deposition can cast doubts upon your credibility if the case goes to trial.

Personal Injury Lawsuits and the Down Economy

October 4th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

If you just got laid off from your job and then got injured in a car accident while driving home, I would provide you with the same level of service than if you had gotten promoted to your dream job.

Personal Injury Cases: Pretrial Motions

September 30th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

A motion for summary judgment. The defense may assert that the legal facts of the case are not in doubt; and that as a result, the case should instead be ruled upon by the judge and not be heard by a jury.

Myths about Depositions

September 28th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

Since only a small percentage of civil lawsuits every reach the trial stage, a deposition may likely be the only time you get to present your testimony.

How to Approach a Personal Injury Deposition

September 26th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

A deposition is similar to a trial in that the opposing lawyer will ask you questions which you are required to answer to the best of your knowledge.

Lead Found in Kids’ Mood Rings and Necklaces

September 23rd, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a recall of 19,000 “Love Tester” mood rings and 4,000 similarly-themed mood necklaces because they reportedly contain unacceptable levels of lead. The jewelry in question was sold at retail stores across the nation for about four dollars each from September of 2005 all the way up until June of this year.

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