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One, Two, Three, Four, I Declare A Thumb War

At the outset of many games, contests and activities, there is a ritual that the contestants follow that lets all participants know that the game has begun.  On your mark, get set, go!  Lights, camera, action!  Game on!  Litigation is no different.  The Rules of Civil Procedure dictate that the defendant must receive notice of the action via service of process before the lawsuit officially commences.  Rules 4 & 5, NRCP.Sometimes the Summons & Complaint are personally served to the … [Read more...]

Got Questions?

These posts on the Mills & Associates Nevada Coverage & Bad Faith Law blog are published to provide useful insights on Nevada insurance law to our clients and other subscribers. Many times the topics are suggested by recent case law, or issues raised by litigation.As part of our ongoing effort to provide both timely and helpful information, we invite all our readers to submit issues which they would like to see addressed in future blog posts.Likewise, please submit questions … [Read more...]


For your convenience, here are two blog posts applicable to readers of the Mills and Associates Nevada Coverage and Bad Faith Law blog:Service of Process Through DMV: Common errors made by Plaintiff's counselAn Expert is an Expert?: Clarifying expertise, credentials and qualifications As always if you have questions related to these or other issues of Nevada law, feel free to contact Mike Mills by email or phone (702) 240-6060. … [Read more...]

Insurance Carriers May Have Ten Extra Days To Respond

Although they are few and far between, there are a few perks given to insurance companies that are made Defendants in suits brought against them in Nevada.You may know that when an insurance company is licensed to do business in Nevada, that carrier must designate the Division of Insurance as its agent for service of process.  If a summons and complaint is filed naming an insurance company and if that complaint is served upon the Nevada Division of Insurance, the insurance carrier has 30 … [Read more...]