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Celebrate Flag Day on June 14th

Join us in celebrating Flag Day on June 14.  Each year on this date we honor the United States flag and commemorate the flag’s adoption. Fly your flag. Sing “She’s a Grand Old Flag” or “The Star Spangled Banner”. Also, make sure to help your kids and grand kids learn about Flag Day and the […]

Medical Liens Are Not A Collateral Source And Are Admissible To Prove Bias

Previously, the Nevada Law Blogs wondered why a Plaintiff had been allowed to have his cake and eat it too.  That Earlier Post told the story of a Plaintiff whose medical providers treated him on liens.  However, before the trial, those same medical providers sold their liens to litigation lenders at a discount. When the […]

The Immense Sacrifice Of Our Fallen Heroes Must Always Be Remembered . . .

“Was it worth it?” This is a question, sometimes politically-loaded, that is often asked of family members and war buddies of our Fallen Heroes. Marine Corps General John Kelly recently offered a unique perspective. A veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan himself, General Kelly lost his youngest son, First Lieutenant Robert Kelly, while conducting combat operations […]

How To Challenge An FMCSA Notice of Claim.

When a motor carrier is faces a Notice of Claim issued by the FMCSA for violations of the regulations, what are its options? An explanation of the choices is found at 49 CFR 386.14. Those choices are three . . .

Nevada’s Auto Liability Compulsory Insurance Minimums To Increase

I have been practicing law in Nevada for nearly 30 years. For as long as I can remember, Nevada has required autos registered in this state to have bodily injury automobile liability insurance of at least $15,000 per person / $30,000 per occurrence.  The minimum automobile liability limit for property damages has been set at […]