Chris Thayer Seattle Personal Injury Attorney
(206) 340-2008
Seattle Personal Injury Attorney Chris Thayer
Handling Personal Injury Claims in the Seattle Area and Throughout Washington Since 1995

Hello, and thank you for visiting my website. My name is Chris Thayer and I am a personal injury attorney practicing in downtown Seattle. I handle personal injury, medical malpractice and wrongful death claims throughout the greater Seattle area, including Issaquah, Mercer Island and Kirkland. I am here to help you. I have developed this website to provide information about me, the services my law firm provides, and to give the consumer some basic background information and resources relating to personal injury claims in Washington state.

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Prepare for a Slip-and-Fall Deposition

Posted Tuesday, February 2, 2016 by Chris Thayer

During your deposition in a slip-and-fall case, our personal injury lawyer North Seattle will provide you with guidance in your case. The following overview will help you prepare for court by reviewing some of the questions that you can expect to be asked in a deposition.

Actions Before the Accident

What were you doing right before you slipped and fell? For example, we will want to emphasize that you were not texting and walking, running near a pool or engaging in some other type of reckless behavior that contributed to the accident

Additional People and Items

Lighting

Carrying an Object at the Time of the Accident

Handrail and Safety Measures

Call Our Seattle Personal Injury Law Firm at (866) 884-2417

For help with preparing for a deposition in your slip-and-fall case, speak with Chris Thayer, our personal injury lawyer North Seattle.

Chris Thayer Seattle Personal Injury Attorney

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