Washington Law Review
Plaintiff sued to recover damages for injuries received while a passenger in defendant's automobile. Upon plaintiff's motion under Alaska Rule of Civil Procedure 34, the trial court allowed discovery of defendant's automobile liability insurance policy, and of witnesses' written statements obtained by defendant's counsel, including any written statements of the defendant and plaintiff. On appeal, the Alaska Supreme Court affirmed. Held: Under Alaska Rule of Civil Procedure 34, a plaintiff is entitled to discovery of defendant's insurance policy and any written statements of witnesses which were obtained by defendant's counsel. Miller v. Harpster, 392 P.2d 21 (Alaska 1964).
Defendant's Insurance Policy and Written Witnesses' Statements Held Discoverable,
40 Wash. L. Rev.
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