What are Interrogatories?

Once a suit is filed in a case, there is the discovery process. Part of discovery is what is called “interrogatories”. These are a formal set of written questions given from one side of litigation to the other. These questions are to be answered truthfully, under oath, from the party responding to the questions. Interrogatories are a key part of the discovery process as they help clarify matters of fact and really narrow down what will be important in preparation for trial.

So what do interrogatories look like? I have a sample set below:

As you can see, the questions are quite simple. However, that may not always be the case. This is why you definitely want to hire legal counsel when involved in litigation matters. Here at Herrman & Herrman, P.L.L.C. we have attorneys standing by 24/7 to answer any legal questions that you may have.

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