We serve Personal injury subpoenas and Summons & Complaints in Personal Injury Cases for attorneys and personal clients.
When injuries occur as a result of an accident, it can be a devastating and life-changing event. When another individual is responsible for the injury, it may be necessary to seek compensation for damages.
When a you or a loved one has suffered an injury that was caused by another’s negligence, recklessness or intentional harmful act, it is crucial that you get legal help from a Long Island personal injury lawyer to assist you with the legal aspects of your case. Even though insurance companies often make settlement offers, it is strongly advised that you do not discuss your case with an insurance investigator or take settlement offers without first discussing your case with a personal injury attorney. It is equally important to have the right process server serve your court documents because without proper service there is no case. In addition, if you contact us directly you will save money on your service. Attorneys charge $300-$500 per hour to get your case to court. By calling us direct and allowing us to perform the service you will save money.
A Subpoena Duces Tecum is a subpoena issued by a court or lawyer directing/ordering the ordering the recipient to produce documents or other tangible evidence of documents pertaining to the case
A second type of subpoena will require/order the recipient to appear before the court to give testimony or to deliver the documents by hand to the court.
A subpoena can be issued to business to produce documents on behalf of the plaintiff or defendant. The claim could be for an injury caused by negligence of another and is currently involved in a lawsuit seeking compensation for the injury. Once a process serve makes a legal service on the person or business that person or business must produce the documents and submit the documents to the court as directed in the subpoena and the lawsuit moves one step closer to being settled.
After completing the service, we are required to prepare an affidavit of process service that must be notarized and returned to the attorney who then will submit this to the court as proof of service. This is the most important part of the job. Failing to properly document and then submitting legal proof of service to the court can result in a dismissal of the case.