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Writing custom interrogatories can be one of the most critical aspects of your discovery plan. Asking the right questions in the proper format is the key to getting complete responses and avoiding nagging objections. Model Interrogatories is a comprehensive set of pre-drafted questions covering a variety of substantive areas that will help you quickly zero in on the most critical issues in every case.
Here are 7 reasons to try the book:
- • Saves time--Customizing pre-drafted questions can save you hours.
• Covers 26 different types of cases--These interrogatories tackle the tough legal issues that arise in a variety of cases.
• Better answers--Each stand-alone interrogatory is direct, clear, and goes straight to the heart of the information critical to your case. You'll elicit more complete answers, avoid objections, and reduce the number of non-responsive answers.
• More efficient discovery--You'll acquire more information with less effort and expense by using these interrogatories to guide your format and substantive coverage.
• Digital access--Speed up production by inserting selected questions directly into your discovery.
• Better utilize your staff--The book is so easy to use, your staff can prepare comprehensive discovery with relatively minor supervision.
• Improve your standard interrogatories--Use the clearly phrased questions and definitions to supplement interrogatory sets you use repeatedly.
Table of Contents
Practice Tips and Preliminary Considerations
General Interrogatories — Background and Investigation
General Interrogatories — Damages, Defenses and Denials
Insurance Bad Faith
Wrongful Death and Survival Actions
Governmental Tort Liability
Wrongful Termination of Employment
Claims Under the Americans With Disabilities Act
Fraud and Deceit
Other Insurance Claims
Interference With Business Relations
Liability Insurance: Agent and Broker Liability
Practice and Discovery Under the Anti-SLAPP Statutes
Invasion of Privacy
Breach of Contract
Claims Under the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act
Claims Under 42 U.S.C. Section 1983