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:
This targeted Notice of Taking Deposition of an Organization form is written only for one side of a lawsuit, and only for one class of cases. It is written for plaintiffs in premises liability cases. Read more »
Our Request to Inspect Premises is a generic design, to get you what you want to get (evidence and better prepared lay and expert witnesses). Don’t leave out items that experienced litigation attorneys include in their demands to inspect real property (such as demanding entry by more than you as attorney, or such as demanding that critical equipment be available or be operated on the site). Read more »
Always needed in premises liability cases involving either the condition of real estate and buildings, or what happened on the premises. For plaintiffs only, this unified set gives you a solid foundation for drafting the needed initial written discovery. Read more »
Our form checklists PREM003 and PREM006 are for different parties.
Pattern question outlines for depositions of defendant 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. Read more »
Pattern question outlines for depositions of plaintiff 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. Read more »
In addition, these forms are also useful for:
- (investigation) preparation for investigation of the premises and of the other side’s possible information.
- (trial) preparation of trial questions.
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The deposition question outline forms and other litigation forms in this section of our product catalog focus on premises cases, whether it is a retail store customer fall down, a property loss or personal injury from fire or explosion, a product failure on premises, the bodily injury of a construction worker, the collapse of a building, or any other personal injury or property damages arising on premises of the defendant. The unifying features of all these cases, that brings them under the umbrella of premise liability law, is the design, construction, maintenance, and operation of the real estate premises, including protection of the occupants during operations on the premises.