Motions may be made by either party in a personal injury lawsuit. Motions may be written, or provided as oral arguments. Motions result from issues which the plaintiff and the defense cannot agree upon, and are submitted to the court for ruling. Motions to suppress evidence, or oppositions to motions commonly arise in personal injury cases, wrongful death cases, product liability cases or premises liability cases.« Back to Glossary Index
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