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Requests for Admissions in Personal Injury Cases

Posted by Francis M. Smith on Wed, Feb 22, 2017

By Francis M. Smith

During the preliminary discovery phase of your personal injury lawsuit, numerous documents and requests for information will be exchanged between the two sides – yours and the insurance company’s. Some of these inquiries are intended to probe deeper into the background of the parties involved in your accident, while others seek to establish which basic facts are beyond dispute so that neither party needs to waste time or energy in asserting and proving those facts to the court. Requests for Admissions fall into this latter category. This document generally includes a list of factual statements that one side of a lawsuit submits to the other, requesting the opposition to admit or deny each point. Any of these statements that the responding side agrees with are treated as true by the court for the purpose of the lawsuit; neither side has to argue their veracity or is able to challenge their accuracy.

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Topics: NJ Personal Injury Case, discovery phase, insurance company, requests for admissions

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