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  • Treat Consistently for Best Case Results
    Treat Consistently for Best Case Results

    It's important when you're injured to treat consistently. This means: 1) get care soon after the accident; 2) get continuing care as prescribed; 3) follow doctor's orders; 4) don't miss appointments; ...

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  • Battery in Nevada Medical Malpractice Cases
    Battery in Nevada Medical Malpractice Cases

    A battery in civil law is an intentional and offensive touching of a person who has not consented to the touching. A physician who performs a medical procedure without the patient's consent commits a ...

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  • Auto Cases Often Lack Sufficient Insurance
    Auto Cases Often Lack Sufficient Insurance

    In a huge percentage of Nevada automobile accidents , there is not enough auto insurance to cover even medical bills. While health care costs have continued to rise over the years, the minimum ...

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  • Challenges in Slip and Fall Cases
    Challenges in Slip and Fall Cases

    Slip and fall cases present special challenges. In a car accident, generally one party is clearly liable. In a slip and fall case the defense usually asserts a defense of comparative negligence and, ...

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  • 15th Anniversary Fourth Edition Guide to Nevada Civil Law is Now Available
    15th Anniversary Fourth Edition Guide to Nevada Civil Law is Now Available

    Our classic highly reviewed guide to Nevada civil law is hot off the presses in its 15 th Anniversary Fourth Edition and now available in Apple iBook and Kindle and completely hyperlinked to go from ...

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  • Court Discusses Limits of Voir Dire and Reaffirms Collateral Source Rule
    Court Discusses Limits of Voir Dire and Reaffirms Collateral Source Rule

    In the important new case of Khoury v. Seastrand, 132 Nev., Advance Opinion 52, filed (yesterday) on July 28, 2016, the Nevada Supreme Court held that attorneys can ask jurors questions concerning ...

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