During the discovery process, you will likely be asked to answer a series of interrogatories or questions posed by the opposing attorney in writing. For the most part, these will be simple questions about the nature of what happened to you, your pain level, symptoms, among other issues. It is vitally important that these questions are answered truthfully.

Typically, the vast majority of the questions are easy for us to answer based on the information you have already provided us. We will fill out responses to each of the questions and note any areas where we need more information from you.

Once we feel that we have sufficient answers to all of the questions, we will ask that you sign to verify that they are true.

For an example of an interrogatory, click here.