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Appropriate Decorum for Court

An individual who is injured because of a negligent driver may decide to pursue a compensation claim in court. As a result of this legal action, the injured individual may receive funds for his or her medical bills, lost wages, and property damage. When entering into litigation, these individuals are expected to uphold a basic level of decorum that maintains an air of respect between all parties.

To learn more about your legal options following an injury from a collision in which someone else was to blame, contact the Wisconsin motorcycle accident attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C., by calling 800-242-2874 today.

Dressing and Behaving Properly in Court

Properly dressed and prepared individuals illustrate to the court their willingness to take their claim seriously. With potentially thousands, if not millions, of dollars attached to civil cases involving injuries, the claimants in these proceedings should appear dedicated to their cases. The following standards should be followed by a claimant:

  • Do not speak out of turn
  • Answer questions without excessive detail
  • Do not lie
  • Wear business-formal attire
  • Wear appropriate footwear
  • Do not wear overly bright clothing

If accident victims have questions regarding how they should address the court or what kind of clothing is appropriate, they should ask their legal counsel for more information.

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If you have questions concerning your injuries and what legal action may be available, contact the Wisconsin motorcycle accident lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C., today at 800-242-2874. We are ready to provide the legal support your case deserves.

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