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or Preparing your for trial is important. It happens in every single case. In an accident or medical malpractice case it is required that you are prepped for trial. What exactly does 'trial prep' entail? It involves go through with you the questions that your attorney will be asking you at trial during direct examination. It involves asking you questions as if you are being cross-examined at trial. Why is this necessary? To make you better prepared for the types of questions you will be asked when you take the witness stand. Every lawyer is obligated to prepare his or her witness before they get on the witness stand. When the opposing attorney asks whether you spoke to your attorney prior to trial, the answer is "Yes." The opposing lawyer cannot ask you what you spoke about since that would violate the attorney-client privilege.Watch the video to learn more. To learn even more about how negligence and medical malpractice cases work in NY, I urge you to explore my educational website http If you have legal questions pick up the phone and call me at 516-487-8207, or send me an email: I can answer your questions; that's what I do every day and I welcome your call. The Law Office of Gerald Oginski, LLC 25 Great Neck Rd., Suite 4 Great Neck NY 11021 516-487-8207