Hello Mrs. CollinsMay 19, 2017
State Farm Mut. Auto. Ins. Co. v RLC Med., P.C., 2017 NY Slip Op 03979 (2d Dept. 2017)
(1) “The plaintiff insurance company commenced this action against, among others, the defendant Estate of Ronald L.L. Collins, seeking a judgment declaring, inter alia, that the plaintiff has no obligation to pay no-fault claims for medical services purportedly rendered by Collins.”
(2) “It is incumbent on the party seeking disclosure to demonstrate that the method of discovery sought will result in the disclosure of relevant evidence or is reasonably calculated to lead to the discovery of information bearing on the claims'” (D’Alessandro v Nassau Health Care Corp., 137 AD3d at 1196, quoting Crazytown Furniture v Brooklyn Union Gas Co., 150 AD2d 420, [*2]421). Here, the plaintiff made no showing that conducting the deposition of the administrator will result in the disclosure of relevant evidence or is reasonably calculated to lead to the discovery of information bearing on the claims”
I am unsure what the administrator had to offer. Since it is not an e-filed case and I am not going to Mineola to pull the file, I will never know.