Yazzie et al v. Government Employees Insurance Company, et al
ORDER by Magistrate Judge Laura Fashing granting 64 Motion for Discovery. (ccp)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW MEXICO
LISA YAZZIE and
INSURANCE COMPANY, DARCELL
ELMORE, and MICHAL ELLIS,
ORDER GRANTING PLAINTIFF’S MOTION REGARDING THE SUFFICIENCY OF
DEFENDANT GEICO’S OBJECTIONS AND ANSWERS TO PLAINTIFF’S REQUESTS
FOR ADMISSIONS (DOC. 64)
THIS MATTER comes before the Court on Plaintiffs’ Motion Regarding the Sufficiency
of Defendant GEICO’s Objections and Answers to Plaintiff’s Requests for Admissions (Doc.
64). Defendant GEICO filed a response (Doc. 68), and plaintiffs filed a reply (Doc. 74). The
Court reviewed the filings and the relevant law, and held a hearing on May 11, 2017. For the
reasons discussed at the hearing, the Court finds that the motion is well-taken and it will be
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that defendant GEICO will serve its amended answers,
as discussed at the hearing, to all requests for admissions addressed in Plaintiffs’ Motion
Regarding the Sufficiency of Defendant GEICO’s Objections and Answers to Plaintiff’s
Requests for Admissions (Doc. 64) to plaintiffs by May18, 2017.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that plaintiffs are awarded attorney fees for the costs
incurred in bringing this motion. Plaintiffs’ counsel will file an affidavit of expenses by May 31,
2017. GEICO may file objections to the affidavit of expenses within 10 days of plaintiffs’ filing
of the affidavit.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
United State Magistrate Judge
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