Definition: Interrogatories




Interrogatories are written questions that can be served from one party to the other.

Instead of doing face to face deposition, we can write our questions out to the other side for them to answer within a set amount of time.

The other side can also serve us with written questions that we need to answer within the time limit given.

Basically the time limits are 30 days from when you receive the questions. Then you either answer completely, answer partially and object partially, or just object if the whole question is inappropriate.

This part of a lawsuit — interrogatories — is very difficult to do on your own. We have lots of consumers contact us after they have blown through the deadlines and the court is about to enter judgment against them.

It is definitely worth your time to see if you can get a lawyer to help you.

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