9 years ago I was in an airplane crash with a friend of mine. The crash involved an airplane that has parachute built into the aircraft which did not deploy when we tried to activate it. I was recently contacted by two attorneys who are working for the family of a man who died in a crash in the same type of airplane and they contend that he tried to activate the parachute system. Attorneys representing the airplane manufacturer had told the attorneys representing the man who died in the crash that we never tried to activate the parachute. They have asked if I would participate in a deposition. Is it reasonable to ask to be compensated for the inconvenience of participating and if so, what is a reasonable amount to ask for. I imagine it will take two or three hours. Thanks, H_S.