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Insurance Bad Faith

New Mexico Federal Trial Court Grants In Part and Denies in Part Insurance Company’s Motion for Independent Medical Examination

An important part of a personal injury case can be determining the physical condition of the plaintiff. A New Mexico federal trial court recently decided an insurance company defendant's motion seeking an independent medical examination of the plaintiff.  The court...

New Mexico Federal District Court Denies Insurance Company’s Motion to Bifurcate Trials and Stay Discovery of Claims Following Car Accident

The U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico handed down a decision on January 3, 2019 in favor of a plaintiff who was seeking a recovery from her insurance company following a New Mexico car accident resulting in the plaintiff allegedly suffering personal...

New Mexico Federal Trial Court Clarifies Scope of Recoveries Available Under the New Mexico Unfair Claims Practices Act

The United States District Court for the District of New Mexico recently handed down an opinion dismissing a claim for punitive damages brought in connection with a personal injury case.  The plaintiffs had filed a complaint against the defendant's insurer after a...