Premises Liability - Deposition Questions Outlines, interrogatories, demands, other legal forms, to organize you, and speed your discovery with efficiency. Guaranteed!
Checklists - You will be so prepared for your deposition questions, you can focus on the other aspects in developing the case. Other legal forms for discovery, requests and interrogatories - a lawyer mentor in a box, coaching you on the points you should consider in the premises liability case, during your examination of the adverse party, or of a witness, and in all phases of discovery.
Review this list for items to make your life easier:
Our form checklists PREM003 and PREM006 are for different parties.
Both forms have
pattern question outlines for depositions involving the use or
ownership of land and buildings, whether the case is a slip and fall case,
a fires and explosion case, a product malfunction on premises case,
or building construction, maintenance, or operation.
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ELEC3324 Deposition Checklist for
Discovery of Corporation's Electronic Files and Data This is a
"must-have" if either you have a corporate adversary or you are the
attorney representing a company on any side of the case. (As you know,
most of a corporation's information is stored electronically, and usually never
printed out. This deposition checklist is good not only for
preparing for taking the deposition of a corporation, or preparing the
corporate client for depositions. This checklist outline form also gives you ideas for your demand for production of documents or
your interrogatories inquiring about electronic data and documents.
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Forms are applicable to building construction defects, negligent inspection, maintenance, supervision and operation of premises, landowner and occupier liability resulting in bodily injury or property damages arising from tort or beach of warranty, including personal injury slip from and fall, or property damage from fire.