There are several ways in which you should prepare for a deposition. One way is to be sure you understand the details of your accident including how the accident took place. You should be able to answer not just how the accident happened but where the accident occurred, the date and time, what happened when you got out of the car, if there were there any other witnesses and what you heard from any witnesses at the scene. Anything you saw, heard or observed at the crash or shortly thereafter should be reviewed. This can easily be done by reviewing the accident report, your medical records and reviewing this information with your attorney. Remember, the insurance companies, their lawyers and paid experts will use any inaccurate information you say in deposition in their “spin campaign” to make you look like you are lying so it is important to make sure you have the facts straight.