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The Process of Discovery

Personal injury lawsuits can be very complicated and lengthy, especially when one side chooses not to cooperate. These civil lawsuits require the completion of several different steps before they can be resolved. The discovery process is one of these, and it typically involves the defendant and plaintiff each presenting evidence and information in support of their version of the case, or at the request of opposing counsel.

Dealing with a personal injury case can be a very trying and stressful time in your life. Fortunately, you do not have to go through this alone. If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, contact the San Diego personal injury lawyers of Ritter & Associates at (619) 296-0123 today to schedule a free consultation.

Frequently Required Documents

The discovery process is unique for each case, but there are a few documents or pieces of information that are typically included, almost regardless of the circumstances. The plaintiff or defendant may be requested to present the following documents:

  • Financial records (especially if the defendant claims he or she filed for bankruptcy or cannot afford to pay damages)
  • Witness statements
  • Medical records

In many cases, one side may deny certain records or pieces of information. That is why you need a legal representative on your side to help you ensure that all necessary information is revealed.

Contact Us

If you have been harmed by the negligence of another party, it is important to ensure that you are properly advised of your legal rights and options. Contact the San Diego personal injury lawyers of Ritter & Associates today at (619) 296-0123 and let us help you fight for financial compensation.

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