In short, lost case in general sessions because the defendant's attorney objected to admitting vet bills into case where the defendant's dog attacked my dog and rendered her lame...they said the vet bills were heresay...(thanks I paid $3,000 because my dog really didn't need to walk, I guess)...I appealed it to a higher court where I will subpoena the vet and win my case.
Today, I received notice from the defendant's (really a nuisance letter but must be responded to) requesting copies of vet bills, identify ever person who has knowledge of the incident and whether I've "interviewed" them, state whether any insurance policy paid all or part of the vet bills (nope, no such luck), state name of all vets that treated your dog, and they want me to identify every person I've ever been married to and birthdates and names of all my chidren. Now that I find irrelevant to this case...I've only been married once and have three children but do I have to give them that information?
They're also threatening to charge me for their attorney fees...I was told by an attorney they could not do this unless my case was frivolous which he said it was not and I should win. So, I've got 30 days to respond...I need to do it in a pleading...just don't know if each Interrogatory needs it's own pleading or if I do this all in one pleading...and they also asked me to admit that I did not witness the accident (I did not see it...only heard it and my son was the one outside with our dog on a leash when it happened...their dog was at large) and that I have no proof their dog had ever bitten another person or animal.
I'm willing to put forth the effort to win this, I just don't want to lose on some technicality because I don't know how to do a pleading...any help?