Judge Denies Insurer’s Motion To Bifurcate Discovery In Bad Faith Suit

Mealey's (January 22, 2016, 11:51 AM EST) -- LAS VEGAS — A federal judge in Nevada on Jan. 8 denied an insurer’s motion to bifurcate discovery in an insurance dispute, ruling that bifurcation is premature at this stage of the litigation (Hudson Insurance Co. v. James Miller, et al., No. 15-0349, D. Nev.; 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 2967).

(Order available. Document #07-160125-006R.)

James Miller was involved in an automobile accident with another automobile occupied by Jesus Montes, Efrain Meza-Montes and Arturo Montes when Miller failed to stop and rear-ended the Montes’ vehicle while driving...
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