When you file a lawsuit, the period between filing the case and presenting your case in court is very important. During this time period, you must conduct an investigation, obtain evidence, and put together compelling legal and factual arguments to convince the judge or jury to side with you in trial.
The process of gathering and obtaining evidence and interviewing witnesses is called discovery. The California Civil Discovery Act provides details on how discovery works in civil lawsuits including tort or personal injury cases.
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