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L-R Robert Mongeluzzi, Drew Duffey and Mike Budner,  Saltz Mongeluzzi & Bendesky, Philadelphia. L-R Robert Mongeluzzi, Drew Duffey and Mike Budner, Saltz Mongeluzzi & Bendesky, Philadelphia.

While trial lawyers across the country live for jury trials in the courtroom, the reality is that nationwide more than 97% of cases end before verdict. Specifically, in the context of construction cases, depositions, after the exchange of significant requisite written discovery, are the most important tool for winning your case. In reality, whether there is a settlement or a verdict, complex construction cases are won in the deposition room, not the courtroom.

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