Subpoenas and Personal Injury Cases
For truck and car accident cases, a subpoena can be issued to any number of people. The driver is accused of being at-fault could be subpoenaed to compel them to testify, as can eyewitnesses. The employer of the truck driver could have their hiring paperwork subpoenaed to verify that they dig the appropriate background checks and verified the employee’s commercial driver’s license.
When you work with Auger & Auger, your truck accident attorney can use the power of the subpoena to obtain evidence for your case and force people who have information to produce it for the court. The evidence obtained as a result of a subpoena can help truck accident injury victims build a strong case and, hopefully, obtain reasonable compensation for all of their injury costs.
You, as a victim and a plaintiff, may also be called to testify or produce information by way of subpoena. Your attorney will help you comply with the subpoena while using the optimal legal strategies to give your case a high chance of success.
If you have any questions about a subpoena or obtaining evidence for a personal injury claim, do not hesitate to speak to one of our experienced truck accident injury attorneys.
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