Deposition in a workers' compensation claim.

A deposition in a standard part of any litigated workers' compensation claim. Generally, the attorney who represents the workers' comp carrier will depose the injured worker. A deposition is a chance of that attorney to ask the injured worker questions under oath. The attorney will ask the injured worker questions about his background, prior injuries, prior workers' compensation claims, as well as details about their recent work injury. If someone has contacted you about a deposition for a workers' compensation claim and you would like to discuss the deposition with an experienced workers' comp lawyer, contact Brian H. Sumrall at (404)924-4595 or visit

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