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Discovery Interrogatories: Cases Summarized By Injury Lawyer

This page within Virginia Tort Case Law is a compilation of cases reported by the Virginia Supreme Court and summarized by Brien Roche dealing with the topic of Discovery Interrogatories and the related topic of personal injury. For more information on interrogatories see the page on Wikipedia.

Discovery Interrogatories-Cases

 

 2007 John Crane, Inc. v. Jones, 274 Va. 581, 650 S.E.2d 851.

In this asbestos case, the defendant did not identify proposed expert testimony as dealing with the levels of asbestos in the ambient air. Even though this issue was addressed in that witness’s depositions and a subsequent report containing related information was provided to the plaintiff the fact that it was not properly disclosed as called for in the rules, there was no abuse of discretion by the trial court in excluding that testimony.

1972 Clifton v. Gregory, 212 Va. 859, 188 S.E.2d 203.

Summary judgment based on answers to discovery interrogatories and request for admissions. Judgment reversed.

1964 Hornback v. State Hwy. Comm’r, 205 Va. 50, 135 S.E.2d 136.

Disclosure of facts only may be compelled by interrogatories.

1955 Short v. Long, 197 Va. 104, 87 S.E.2d 776.

Objection to interrogatory on consumption of alcoholic beverages within 18 hours of accident sustained.

1953 United Constr. Workers v. Laburnum, 194 Va. 872, 75 S.E.2d 694.

Where portions of interrogatories are offered into evidence, opposing party may offer any remaining portion of those same interrogatories.

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