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“Drafting Comprehensive Answers to Interrogatories in Legal Discovery”

Service Description


Answers to Interrogatories are a set of written responses provided by one party in a lawsuit to questions posed by the opposing party. These interrogatories are part of the discovery process in civil litigation, designed to gather factual information and narrow the issues in dispute before trial.


The requirement for Answers to Interrogatories arises when one party in a lawsuit serves interrogatories on the other party. This is a standard practice in civil litigation to obtain detailed information relevant to the case, including facts, witness information, and evidence.

How to Draft

To draft Answers to Interrogatories:

  1. Review the Interrogatories: Begin by carefully reviewing each interrogatory question to understand what information is being requested.
  2. Case Information: Include the case name, court, and case number at the top of your document.
  3. Answer Each Interrogatory Individually: Respond to each interrogatory with clear, concise, and accurate information. Be specific and provide as much detail as required by the question.
  4. Object Where Necessary: If an interrogatory is unclear, overly broad, or infringes on privileged information, state your objection clearly and explain the basis for it.
  5. Supporting Documents: Reference or attach any relevant documents or evidence that support your answers.
  6. Verification: End with a statement that the answers are true to the best of your knowledge and belief. This statement should be signed and often notarized.
  7. Legal Representation: If you are represented by an attorney, they will typically review and may also sign the document.


File the Answers to Interrogatories with the court, and serve a copy on the opposing party’s attorney. Ensure to meet any deadlines set by the court for the submission of these answers.


Answers to Interrogatories are a critical element in the discovery process of a lawsuit. Providing thorough and accurate responses is essential for conveying your position in the case, complying with legal requirements, and setting the stage for the subsequent phases of litigation.