Whether you are a plaintiff or a defendant in a personal injury case in New York, there are certain things expected of you. For instance, you may be required to provide a deposition. Failure to do so, or to abide by any requirements of the court, may negatively impact the outcome of your case.
Lawsuits are complex. Even a case that seems simple and straightforward on the surface may be much more complicated when the details are known. In order to get those details, a Demand for a Bill of Particulars may be needed.
Personal injury lawsuits can be quite complex. Proving negligence can be challenging, and personal injury cases may have large amounts of money at stake due to the type and severity of the plaintiff’s injuries, their required current and long-term medical care, the loss of current and future wages, and their pain and suffering.