Strategies, Challenges, and Answers

No Bad Faith Where There Is A Reasonable Dispute As To Coverage

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Gary Lewis had a minimum limits auto policy with United Automobile Insurance Company.  UAIC notified Lewis that the policy was going to lapse.  Lewis took no action and made no payment until July 10, 2007.  However that payment was made ten days … [Continue reading]

In Deciding Whether To Settle A Claim, The Insurance Company Must Give As Much Consideration To The Interests Of Its Insured As It Gives To Its Own Interests

Landow v. Med. Ins. Exch

The former patient of a Las Vegas doctor sued him.  In their suit, the patient and his wife claimed that the doctor had misdiagnosed a cancerous tumor.When it came time to talk settlement, the Plaintiffs demanded a settlement in excess of the … [Continue reading]

The Nevada Supreme Court Sees Its 80,000th Case!

The Nevada Supreme Court has announced that it has accepted its 80,000th case.  The case is Patel v. Patel, a civil appeal from the Eighth Judicial District Family Court.Nevada was granted statehood on October 31, 1864.  The Civil War was … [Continue reading]

Nevada Hospital Liens Do Not Apply To UM Recoveries

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Kathryn Boyer was hurt in a motor vehicle accident with an uninsured driver.  Following the accident, she received treatment at Washoe Medical Center.Kathryn had planned ahead and purchased uninsured motorist coverage with Reliance Insurance … [Continue reading]

Nevada’s Pro Hac Vice Rules Are Stricter Than Most

Do you have a civil matter that needs to be litigated in Nevada but you do not have the time or patience to study for and sit through a three day bar exam?  Mike Mills of Bauman, Loewe, Witt & Maxwell provides the solution!  Nevada does not admit … [Continue reading]