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What are interrogatories in relation to an Atlanta car accident claim?

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Interrogatories are written letters used to gather information during a lawsuit. They usually go back and forth from one party to the other providing answers submitted under oath within a certain time frame. 

They are an information-gathering method often used in personal injury and accident claims to gain more evidence and/or to support a solid case. You should seek an Atlanta car accident lawyer to help you with this process as there are particular rules and regulations of which you may not be aware. 

Interrogatories in the case of an auto accident can be used to shed light on the causes of the wreck, whether injuries were sustained and insurance involvement. If you were in a wreck, expect to be asked or presented with these common requests: 

  • state your full legal name;
  • describe how the accident occurred;
  • prepare a list and descriptions of your injuries;
  • name any witnesses;
  • describe your health before the car wreck;
  • identify any photos or documents you plan to use in your case;
  • list your health care providers;
  • list the damages and costs you have incurred;
  • describe the condition of your vehicle before the wreck; and
  • identify any experts you plan to use in trial. 

 

Interrogatories are written and submitted by the legal representatives of each party, and they can help your attorney prepare your case. If you were in a motor vehicle accident, it is wise to enlist the help of anAtlantacar accident lawyer today who has experience with cases that are similar to yours. Call the Law Offices of Shane Smith at 404-513-5415 to get started on your claim. 

For more information on accident claims, see 10 Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Georgia Wreck Case.

Shane Smith
Advocate for the Seriously Injured in Georgia