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Hi and thanks for asking your question. My name is ***** ***** I will be assisting you with your question. You should submit your evidence within any time limits set by the court. That way, you don't violate and orders or miss any deadlines. If the other party is not timely answering the required interrogatories, you have the option to file a motion to compel. That motion would force the other party to file their answers or face sanctions by the court.
If you are waiting on answers or other information that you timely requested but hasn't been provided, the best course of action is to probably file a simple motion asking for an extension of time. The court will usually grant these motions and it puts on record the fact that the third parties haven't responded in the time periods required or requested.
If you have served subpoenas on the opposing employers, then they are required to respond in a timely fashion or file objections. If they haven't responded timely to your subpoenas, you can ask the court for an extension and probably file the motion to compel discussed above. Until you receive the evidence, you should most likely be able to obtain extensions from the court, so long as you served everything properly and it's the third party that is solely responsible for the delays.