What are Interrogatories? Why are they important to my Personal Injury case?
Interrogatories are written questions that must be answered in writing and under oath. It is important to always tell the truth when answering the questions. The answers to interrogatories must be provided within thirty (30) days under most circumstances. Attorneys for the Plaintiff and the Defendant will send interrogatories to all parties before taking depositions are taken.
Always provide full and complete answers to each question. If you don't understand a question, ask your attorney to finalize your answers. If you fail to disclose any information in your interrogatory answers, the insurance company will try to use this against you at trial. Therefore, always tell the truth.
Providing full and complete answers to interrogatories is essential to the prosecution of your Personal Injury case.
Sample Personal Injury Interrogatories Below: