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What are the difference between a deposition and an interrogatory? A deposition is the testimony of a witness given under oath. Interrogatories are parties giving series of written questions to be answered.
There are three different types of depositions: depositions upon written interrogatories, depositions upon oral examination, and depositions from video-recorded statements.
Another big advantage of depositions is that they may be used to compel nonparties to give testimony, whereas interrogatories cant.
Whereas depositions are useful for obtaining candid responses from a party and answers not prepared in advance, interrogatories are designed to obtain accurate information about specific topics. Interrogatories can be quicker, less costly, and less complicated than depositions, but there are downsides.
The answering party shall serve a copy of the answers, and objections if any, within thirty days after the service of the interrogatories. The party submitting the interrogatories may move the court to dismiss an objection and direct that the interrogatory be answered.

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Interrogatories are a discovery tool that the parties can use to have specific questions about a case answered before trial. Interrogatories are lists of questions sent to the other party that s/he must respond to in writing.
Interrogatories can only be sent to the opposing party they cannot be sent to experts or other witnesses. The disadvantage of interrogatories is that the answers are typically prepared by the attorney rather than by the client.
Rule 4005 - Written Interrogatories (a) No party serving written interrogatories pursuant to the applicable Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure shall serve upon any other party, as of right, more than fifty (50) interrogatories including interrogatories subsidiary to, or incidental to, or dependent upon, other

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