PLAINTIFF’S NOTICE OF SERVICE OF INTERROGATORIES TO DEFENDANT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NUMBER: XX
CVS PHARMACY, INC.,
PLAINTIFF’S NOTICE OF SERVICEOF INTERROGATORIES TO DEFENDANT
The Plaintiff, MELISSA THOMPSON, pursuant to Rule 1.340 and other applicable rules of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure and Local Rules governing practice in and for the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit in and for Broward County, Florida, hereby files this Notice of Service of Interrogatories propounded to Defendant, CVS PHARMACY, INC., and states that the original and one copy of said Interrogatories were served with the Complaint herein.
LAW OFFICE OF ALAN D. SACKRIN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2100 East Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale Beach, Florida 33009
ALAN D. SACKRIN, ESQ.
Plaintiff Negligence Interrogatories to Defendant
(If answering for another person or entity, answer with respect to that person or entity, unless otherwise stated.)
- What is the name and address of the person answering these interrogatories, and, if applicable, the person=s official position or relationship with the party to whom the interrogatories are directed?
- List all former names and when you were known by those names. State all addresses where you have lived for the past 10 years, the dates you lived at each address, your Social Security number, and your date of birth.
- Have you ever been convicted of a crime, other than any juvenile adjudication, which under the law under which you were convicted was punishable by death or imprisonment in excess of 1 year, or that involved dishonesty or a false statement regardless of the punishment? If so, state as to each conviction, the specific crime and the date and place of conviction.
- Describe any and all policies of insurance which you contend cover or may cover you for the allegations set forth in plaintiff’s complaint, detailing as to such- policies the name of the insurer, the number of the policy, the effective dates of the policy, the available limits of liability, and the name and address of the custodian of the policy.
- Describe in detail how the incident described in the complaint happened, including all actions taken by you to prevent the incident.
- Describe in detail each act or omission on the part of any party to this lawsuit that you contend constituted negligence that was a contributing legal cause of the incident in question.
- State the facts upon which you rely for each affirmative defense in your answer.
- Do you contend any person or entity other than you is, or may be, liable in whole or part for the claims asserted against you in this lawsuit? If so, state the full name and address of each such person or entity, the legal basis for your contention, the facts or evidence upon which your contention is based, and whether or not you have notified each such person or entity of your contention.
- Were you charged with any violation of law (including any regulations or ordinances) arising out of the incident described in the complaint? If so, what was the nature of the charge; what plea or answer, to any, did you enter to the charge; what court or agency heard the charge; was any written report prepared by anyone regarding the charge, and, if so, what is the name and address of the person or entity who prepared the report; do you have a copy of the report; and was the testimony at any trial, hearing, or other proceeding on the charge recorded in any manner, and, if so, what is the name and address of the person who recorded the testimony?
- List the names and addresses of all persons who are believed or known by you, your agents, or your attorneys to have any knowledge concerning any of the issues in this lawsuit; and specify the subject matter about which the witness has knowledge.
- Have you heard or do you know about any statement or remark made by or on behalf of any party to this lawsuit, other than yourself, concerning any issue in this lawsuit? If so, state the name and address of each person who made the statement or statements, the name and address of each person who heard it, and the date, time, place, and substance of each statement.
- State the name and address of every person known to you, your agents, or your attorneys who has knowledge about, or possession, custody, or control of, any model, plat, map, drawing, motion picture, videotape, or photograph pertaining to any fact or issue involved in this controversy; and describe as to each, what item such person has, the name and address of the person who took or prepared it, and the date it was taken or prepared.
- Do you intend to call any expert witnesses at the trial of this case? If so, state as to each such witness the name and business address of the witness, the witness=s qualifications as an expert, the subject matter upon which the witness is expected to testify, the substance of the facts and opinions to which the witness is expected to testify, and a summary of the grounds for each opinion.
- Have you made an agreement with anyone that would limit that party=s liability to anyone for any of the damages sued upon in this case? If so, state the terms of the agreement and the parties to it.
- Please state if you have ever been a party, either plaintiff or defendant, in a lawsuit other than the present matter, and, if so, state whether you were plaintiff or defendant, the nature of the action, and the date and court in which such suit was filed.
CVS PHARMACY, INC.
STATE OF FLORIDA )
COUNTY OF __________ )
Before me, the undersigned authority, authorized by law to take acknowledgments in the County and State aforesaid, personally appeared, , who presented as identification [ ]Florida driver=s license or [ ]other: _____________________, and who, first being duly sworn, deposes and states that she executed the foregoing Interrogatories and that he (did) (did not) take an oath.
Dated this day of , 20__.
Notary Public, State of Florida
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