Francisco et al v. State Farm Insurance Companies et al
||Maria Rosario Francisco and Catarino Celestino Francisco
||State Farm Insurance Companies, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, State Farm Insurance, State Farm VP Management Corporation % Corporation Service Company, State Farm VP Management Corporation and Unknown Parties
||June 30, 2014
||Arizona District Court
||Prescott Division Office
||John W Sedwick
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|August 24, 2015
ORDER granting 62 Motion to Compel. Plaintiffs shall fully respond to State Farm's Second Set of Interrogatories and State Farm's Second Set of Request for Production within 14 days from the date of this order; and Plaintiffs shall pay S tate Farm's reasonable attorneys' fees in bringing the motion at docket 62. If the parties cannot stipulate to an amount to be paid to State Farm by Plaintiffs, then within 14 days from the date of this order, State Farm shall file a properly supported motion for reasonable fees, and Plaintiffs shall respond within 7 days after the motion is filed. No reply may be filed unless requested by the court. Signed by Judge John W Sedwick on 8/24/15.(JWS)
|July 30, 2015
ORDER AND OPINION, State Farm's motion for partial summary judgment 28 is granted as follows: (1) Plaintiffs' first and second claims and request for punitive damages are dismissed, (2) State Farm is not bound by the default judgment. Signed by Judge John W Sedwick on 7/29/15.(REW)
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