Nevada Medical Malpractice Lawyer
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CCal Nev AriCalienteCarlinCarson CityCoyote SpringsCrescent ValleyCrystal Bay
IImlayIncline VillageIndian Springs
MManhattanMc DermittMc GillMercuryMesquiteMinaMindenMoapaMontelloMountain City
NNellis AfbNixonNorth Las Vegas
RRenoRound MountainRuby ValleyRuth
SSchurzSearchlightSilver CitySilver SpringsSilverpeakSloanSmithSparksSpring CreekStatelineSun Valley
WWadsworthWashoe ValleyWellingtonWellsWest WendoverWinnemucca
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Sample NV Medical Malpractice Cases
... Steele, 103 Nev. 571, 575, 747 P.2d 230, 233 (1987))). A claim for breach of fiduciary duty arising from an attorney-client relationship is a legal malpractice claim subject to NRS 11.207(1)'s limitation period. The district court ...
... We conclude that it does. The expert affidavit provision of the medical malpractice statutes, NRS 41A.071, provides: If ... NRS 41A.071 applies to this "medical malpractice" case but not to all "professional negligence" claims. NRS ...
... In this opinion, we must determine whether, in the absence of an enforceable 781 charging lien or the client's request or consent to the district court's adjudication of a retaining lien, and in light of the client's legal malpractice allegation, a district court has jurisdiction to ...
... OPINION. By the Court, GIBBONS, CJ: These appeals center on a "mere happening" jury instruction—an instruction asserting that the mere happening of an accident is, by itself, an insufficient basis for liability—given by the district court in a medical malpractice action. ...
... indemnity and contribution.  Respondents moved the district court for summary judgment, arguing that appellants' claims were time-barred by the statute of limitations for medical malpractice actions, NRS 41A.097. The district court ...
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