Los Angeles, CA asked in Personal Injury for California

Q: Should I file a motion to compel if no response to disc-001 but has responded to special roggs? California civil case.

Defendant did not respond to general form interrogatories (disc-001) but provided response to special roggs, request for admissions and production of documents. California unlimited civil case.

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A: I would contact a local personal injury attorney to help you with your case. They will be able to give you advice tailored to your case.

Theodore Allan Greene
Theodore Allan Greene
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  • Sacramento, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: You certainly can force them to respond by filing a motion to compel. But I would suggest you consider hiring an attorney to help you because the case could become much more difficult as you move forward with many deadlines that can't be missed. Doing it without the help of an experienced attorney could be problematic.

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