Legal Question in Personal Injury in Washington

I live in Washington state and have a personal injury suit. I have been deposed once for 7 1/2 hours. Now Iam told I have to be deposed again. I was under stood that in this state I could only be deposed once. Is this correct?

Asked on 7/24/13, 9:45 am

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James Vasquez In Pacta, PLLC
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Short answer to your question is no. Civil Rule 30 governs how and when depositions can be taken, however that rule is silent on the number of depositions that can be taken. However, depositions cannot be repetitive or taken for an improper purpose such as to intimidate or harass the party opponent, e.g. the defendant cannot continually request to depose the plaintiff for the mere purpose of pressuring the plaintiff into giving up the lawsuit.

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Answered on 7/24/13, 10:21 am

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