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Subsequent IME not allowedNovember 11, 2017

Kolodziejski v Jaskolka, 2017 NY Slip Op 07851

“While there is no restriction in CPLR 3121 limiting the number of examinations to which a party may be subjected, a party seeking a further examination must demonstrate the necessity for it” (Rinaldi v Evenflo Co., Inc., 62 AD3d 856, 856 [2d Dept 2009]). Here, the examining physician was able to reach a definitive conclusion as a result of the initial independent medical examination, and she never indicated that her analysis and/or conclusion were affected by plaintiff’s alleged refusal to perform certain tests. The court therefore properly declined to compel plaintiff to undergo a second independent medical examination “

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