ORDER RE: PLAINTIFF’S MOTION TO QUASH SUBPEONAS FOR MEDICAL RECORDS AND BILLING; MOTION GRANTED
On May 8, 2017, Plaintiff Marlene Greenberg (“Plaintiff”) filed this action against Defendant Robert Ring (“Defendant”) for motor vehicle negligence relating to a May 17, 2015 automobile accident. On November 15, 2017, Defendant served ten deposition subpoenas on Plaintiff’s medical providers seeking medical records and billing. Plaintiff moves to quash the subpoenas on grounds they are overbroad and violate her right to privacy. A deposition subpoena may request (1) only the attendance and testimony of a deponent, (2) only the production of business records for copying, or (3) the attendance and testimony, as well as the production of business records. (Code of Civ. Proc., § 2020.020.) The court, upon motion or the court’s own motion, “may make an order quashing the subpoena entirely, modifying it, or directing compliance with it upon those terms or conditions as ........