How to Survive a Deposition - page 2

Dana merritt, age 37, has worked as a registered nurse in the same nursing facility for the past seven years. This nursing home, like many all across the country, is chronically understaffed with too few nurses and nursing... Read More

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    The attorneys made it plain and simple: "yes, no, I don't remember". Anything more, only if necessary.
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    Quote from elkpark
    Ditto. Those who find themselves in this situation without their own coverage will have the choice of hiring their own attorney out of pocket or being advised/represented by their employer's attorneys -- who are protecting the employer's interests, not the individual nurse's.
    You ain't said nothing but a word! *LOL*
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    Quote from caliotter3
    The attorneys made it plain and simple: "yes, no, I don't remember". Anything more, only if necessary.
    That is now to do it!

    I don't recall and or I don't remember are classic fall backs because it does not leave one open to perjury or any other antics like being treated as a hostile witness
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