Tag: deposition

Law, Travels

lost: the endangered parisian pink muskrat

Today I drove nearly 8 hours while venturing deep into God’s country for a deposition with a workers’ comp attorney, taking the time to thank God for my traveling companions:  XM radio and GPS.  The former kept me from intentionally driving into the median to cure my boredom (and satisfy the curiosity […]


bucolic bopping

Today, I drove 1.5 hours into the middle of nowhere for a deposition with two other attorneys (normally, there are just two total, but this case has a coverage dispute between the insurance company and the employer, so instead of one attorney representing both entities, there were two).  After the […]



I just took a man’s deposition who, when asked if he’d ever been arrested, said he had been for “defending my sister’s honor.” Me:  “So, you are a man who would fight for her honor?” Plaintiff:  “Excuse me?” Me:  “Will you be the hero–she’s been dreaming of? Plaintiff’s attorney:  “Objection.” […]

Blog Widget by LinkWithin