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How Should I Prepare for Court?

If an accident has been caused by a driver’s negligent actions, the other individuals involved in the collision may file a civil suit against that driver for their injuries. There is no way to know exactly how a case will develop and whether the claim will actually reach court. However, regardless of a court appearance, a claimant should present their case with reasonable dress and behavior in all official functions.

For an evaluation of the potential merits of your personal injury case, contact the Rhinelander auto accident lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. by calling 800-242-2874. We are passionate and dedicated to helping the victims of another motorist’s negligence to seek the financial compensation that they are due.

Appropriate Dress and Behavior

Court dates and legal proceedings are serious affairs and should be treated as such. This extends to both the legal teams and defendants. Accordingly, there are several basic standards that a person should follow during their claim’s proceedings. These include:

  • Wearing formal clothing, including ties for men and skirts for women
  • Wearing formal footwear, but avoiding high heels for women
  • Avoiding brightly colored attire
  • Answering each question truthfully
  • Avoiding unnecessarily wordy explanations

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If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident due to another motorist’s negligent driving, a civil lawsuit may help you to obtain financial compensation. To learn more about your rights and options as an injured individual, contact the Rhinelander car accident attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at 800-242-2874.

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