If the opposing attorney don't ask the right questions in the deposition, how does this information is suppose to be revealed?
For example: In a car accident case, the opposing attorney didn't ask the client being deposed "why they failed to stop in time before the accident"? -or- In a slip and fall, the opposing attorney didn't ask the client being deposed "why they didn't see what cause them to slip before it happened?".
Can the information regarding these questions not be used because the opposing counsel forgot to ask? How is this information suppose to be revealed if not mention during deposition? In a situation like this; what does the other lawyer do in order to reveal this piece of information? Or do this information has to wait until trial now to be revealed?
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