Attorney Jason McGrath explains “Interrogatories” during litigation and how they generally work in a lawsuit in this short video.
Here are some of the key points contained in the video:
- Interrogatories are a list of written questions.
- The receiving party is to respond, typically within 30 days, to the questions or file an objection or series of objections.
- There is a rule limiting the number of questions that may be asked.
- The responses should be evaluated by the party that initiated the Interrogatories for accuracy and completeness and these issues can be questioned within the court system.