Premises Liability Deposition Checklist – of Plaintiff or Fact Witness 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 premises litigation and any size firm.
This is a simple to follow checklist. Before every deposition in a slip and fall case or a construction defect case — you’ll know what you need to ask.
My copyrighted Premises Deposition Checklists are so powerful, even experienced attorneys will wonder how you happened to think of all the lines of questioning you will have at your fingertips. Now I’m giving you a chance to get the far-reaching Premises Liability Depo Checklist – of Plaintiff form that seasoned litigation lawyers and their legal assistants develop after a dozen or more years of taking depositions.
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 in the case and during your examination of the plaintiff. (Or if you are the plaintiff’s attorney, telling you the points on which you need to prepare your client.)
One of my business friends put it this way: “Save time. Do not reinvent the wheel. Use a comprehensive checklist!” Businesspersons do have ideas lawyers should use.
Here’s what Premises Liability Deposition Checklist – of Plaintiff or Fact Witness will do for you:
- Organizes deposition questions, from opening to closing.
- Saves you time in preparing your questions.
- Gives you a low-cost way to put together your deposition questions, efficiently, just like seasoned litigators or 30 years or more.
- Keeps opposing counsel on the defensive, instead of giving them the initiative, because you have covered all the questions — and more — than they expected.
- Shows you are organized, which keeps the respect of the court and opposing counsel. (Do you know how important that in the settlement negotiations that will come after the depositions?)
- Lets you go forth to the deposition or trial in the confidence of preparation.
- Helps you think through and plan all aspects of the deposition, so you are sure to hit every important point.
I’m so convinced that Premises Liability Depo Checklist – of Plaintiff is exactly what you need, I’m offering my “100%, No Questions Asked, Money Back Guarantee.
You can own Premises Liability Deposition – of Plaintiff or Witness for the low price of just $34.50. If you don’t totally agree that my comprehensive Premises Deposition Checklist is worth every penny, simply ask and I’ll quickly refund your money up to 60 days after the purchase date! It’s that easy.
IMPORTANT: Let me recap…
- Premises Deposition Checklist – of Plaintiff or Fact Witness will help you organize your slip and fall case or your property construction defect case, depositions from beginning to end. Whether you are a plaintiff or defense attorney.
- Premises Deposition Checklist prepares you better than you ever have been before, in less time.
- Premises Deposition Checklist will save you time and money.
- Premises Deposition Checklist is comprehensive, for your benefit; you can check and think about all the bases to cover. It is your best confidence builder.
- Premises Deposition Checklist has 12 pages of suggested questions, that will keep you laser focused on developing your questions, not fumbling like an amateur.
- Premises Deposition Checklist is a very low investment with a high value return.
People who buy this PREM006 Premises Liability Depo Checklist – of Plaintiff or Fact Witness – are often also interested in our companion PREM003 Premises Liability Depo Checklist – of Defendant. You’ll use PREM003 as a plaintiff’s attorney to take the deposition of the defendant in a premises liability case.
Our form checklists PREM003 and PREM006 are two sides of the coin in a premises case. PREM003 is primarily for taking the deposition of the defendant. PREM006 is primarily for taking the deposition of the plaintiff, or of a fact witness to the accidental bodily injury of plaintiff.
If you’re like me, spending hours of time preparing for a deposition is not your favorite part of being a lawyer.
Don’t get me wrong, I like the actual deposition, but I do not want to spend hours on deposition preparation when I have plenty of other money-generating lawyer work to do.
Before I had a set of comprehensive deposition checklists, for all the standard types of cases, I would spend hours getting my notes ready so I could ask all the right questions in a deposition. But — after 35 years of litigation, I had developed wonderful checklists that I could whip out and be half way to final depo or trial question preparation even without lifting another finger. I had no trouble being fully prepared.
The fact is, most attorneys don’t like being fully prepared for a deposition for one simple reason:
They do not want to spend the time.
How would you feel if I could show you a very inexpensive way to be better prepared than you ever have been for a deposition or trial in a premises liability case? What if I could give you a “check the box” plaintiff’s approach to preparing your questions to ask the plaintiff in a slip and fall premises liability case? (Or a plaintiff’s checklist to get your client or witness prepared to answer questions in a premises liability deposition?)
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 deposition questions ready.
While practicing 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 have no real system to prepare for a premises deposition. They waste time, and they miss issues and questions they should ask.
But that doesn’t have to be you.
Think about this… when you walk into the 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 $34.50. 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 deposition and trial notebook system, you’ll get it for the price of only $34.50.
Plus, you don’t have to worry about getting your money’s worth because you’re completely protected by my “100% No Questions Asked, Money Back Guarantee!”
All The Best,
Civil Trial Attorney