Your Role as an Injured Victim at Trial
Will I have to testify at my motor vehicle accident personal injury trial? And the answer is absolutely.
The injured victim is probably the most important witness at a personal injury trial because this is the opportunity where an injured victim can explain to the judge or jury how they're feeling, how the accident happened, the course of their medical treatment for their suffered injuries from the motor vehicle accident, and how the motor vehicle accident has actually affected their daily life, daily activities, repeatedly going to doctors, and how it affected their relationship with their friends and family.
The injured victim should certainly not be nervous if they have to testify in court for their personal injury motor vehicle accident claim. The injured victim will have probably and should have prepped several times with their attorney before going into the court and being ready to testify in their personal injury case. And it is something that they should not be nervous about whatsoever.
If you have any questions regarding how an injury victim can bring a serious injury motor vehicle accident personal injury claim in the state of Maryland, Feel free to call me. I do this every single day and I'd be more than happy to answer any questions that you may have. Thank you.