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Motor Vehicle Interrogatories To Plaintiffs

This is a Illinois form that can be used for Interrogatories within Statewide, Supreme Court.

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<document>COURT COUNTY OF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .:::::::Index No.Calendar No.JUDICIAL SUBPOENAPlaintiff(s) -against-Defendant(s)Standard Interrogatories Under Supreme Court Rule 213(j) Under amended Supreme Court Rule 213(j) (eff. January 1, 1996), "[t]he Supreme Court, by administrative order, may approve standard forms of interrogatories for different classes of cases." The committee comments to this rule state, "In an effort to avoid discovery disputes, the practitioner is encouraged to utilize interrogatories approved by the Supreme Court pursuant to paragraph (j) whenever possible." The following interrogatories are hereby approved pursuant to that amended rule. A party may use one or more interrogatories which are part of a form set of interrogatories. Any such interrogatory so used shall be counted as one interrogatory in determining the total number of interrogatories propounded, regardless of any subparts or multiple inquiries therein. A party may combine form interrogatories with other interrogatories, subject to applicable limitations as to number. A party shall avoid propounding a form interrogatory which has no application to the case.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK TOCounsel should note other provisions of amended Rule 213 that are reflected in these standard interrogatories, and which are applicable to nonstandard interrogatories as well. As the committee comments to amended Rule 213(a) indicate, "[the] prior requirement that the written interrogatories be spaced so as to permit the answering party to answer upon the interrogatory served upon him has been amended to eliminate the spacing requirement, primarily because of the practical and customary way in which interrogatories are answered." Although the proponent of interrogatories may still use spacing between his or her interrogatories, these standard interrogatories do not. Also, amended Rule 213(d) retains the requirement that "[w]ithin 28 days after service of the interrogatories upon the party to whom they are directed, the party shall serve a sworn answeror an objection to each interrogatory, with proof service upon all other parties entitled to notice. *** The answering party shall set forth in full each interrogatory being answered immediately preceding the answer." (Emphasis added.) While the supreme court envisions that parties will continue with the practice of creating a new document in response to interrogatories, and it is the duty of the respondent to interrogatories to attest to the truthfulness of his or her answers, these standard interrogatories include sample attestation clauses.Finally, under amended Supreme Court Rule 213(i), a party has a duty to seasonably supplement or amend any prior answer or response whenever new or additional information subsequently becomes known to that party. The proponent of the interrogatories may wish to include a reminder of this duty in the interrogatories.GREETINGS:WE COMMAND YOU, that all business and excuses being laid aside, you and each of you attend before Court at the the Honorable,located at County ofo'clock in the day of, on the, 20, at or adjourned date, to testify and give evidence as a witness in this action on the part of thenoon, and at any recessed in roomYour failure to comply with this subpoena is punishable as a contempt of court and will make you liable to the party on whose behalf this subpoena was issued for a maximum penalty of $50 and all damages sustained as a result of your failure to comply., one of the Justices of theCourt in Witness, Honorableday of, 20 County,(Attorney must sign above and type name below)Attorney(s) forOffice and P.O. AddressTelephone No.: Facsimile No.: E-Mail Address:Mobile Tel. No.:American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.comCOURT COUNTY OF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .:::::::Index No.Calendar No.JUDICIAL SUBPOENAPlaintiff(s) -against-Defendant(s)Motor Vehicle Interrogatories to Plaintiffs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK TOGREETINGS:WE COMMAND YOU, that all business and excuses being laid aside, you and each of you attend before Court at the the Honorable,located at County ofo'clock in the day of, on the, 20, at or adjourned date, to testify and give evidence as a witness in this action on the part of thenoon, and at any recessed in roomYour failure to comply with this subpoena is punishable as a contempt of court and will make you liable to the party on whose behalf this subpoena was issued for a maximum penalty of $50 and all damages sustained as a result of your failure to comply., one of the Justices of theCourt in Witness, Honorableday of, 20 County,(Attorney must sign above and type name below)1. State your full name, as well as your current residence address, date of birth, marital status, driver's license number and issuing state, and social security number. 2. State the full name and current residence address of each person who witnessed or claims to have witnessed the occurrence that is the subject of this suit (hereinafter referred to simply as the occurrence). 3. State the full name and current residence address of each person, not named in interrogatory No. 2 above, who was present and/or claims to have been present at the scene immediately before, at the time of, and/or immediately after the occurrence. 4. As a result of the occurrence, were you made a defendant in any criminal or traffic case? If so, state the court, the caption, the case number, the charge or charges filed against you, whether you pleaded guilty thereto and the final disposition. 5. Describe the personal injuries sustained by you as a result of the occurrence. 6. With regard to your injuries, state: a. The name and address of each attending physician and/or health care professional; b. The name and address of each consulting physician and/or other health care professional; c. The name and address of each person and/or laboratory taking any X-ray, MRI and/or other radiological tests of you; d. The date or inclusive dates on which each of them rendered you service; e. The amounts to date of their respective bills for services; and f. From which of them you

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