Beeks v. Folchimamrunto, et al
In Beeks v. Folchimamrunto, et al., the plaintiffs were involved in a three car collision near an intersection in New Jersey. Prior to answering interrogatories and conducting depositions, Reena Shah successfully moved for summary judgment. She argued that the insured taxi was not the proximate cause of the accident and that discovery would not create any issues of material fact. The Judge agreed and dismissed all claims against the insured taxi company and driver with prejudice.