Interrogatories are powerful—they allow you to ask questions and then use the answers at trial. But you’re limited as to who you may serve with interrogatories. Here are the four main categories of who can be served with interrogatories.
Interrogatories may be the only discovery procedure that can be used to discover a party’s contentions. You can use them to ask an opponent to state whether he or she makes a particular legal contention, to state the factual basis for the contention, and to identify any witnesses or documents supporting the contention. But before you draft your next set of contention interrogatories, review these four tips.