You’ve probably heard the phrase “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.” While that might be a good tagline for an advertising campaign, it isn’t quite so true when people get hurt. If you are
During the pandemic, we are all spending more time watching television. I have noticed that the large personal injury (PI) law firms are pumping up their advertising. All of us are familiar with the advertising
In addition to the general Discovery Rules of NRCP 16.1 and 26, the Deposition process is controlled by NRCP 28 – 31 (the use of Depositions at Trial is controlled by NRCP 32. In this
I was recently in a Trial in which the opposing Counsel began to read portions of my client’s Deposition in his closing argument which had not been introduced during the evidentiary portion of the Trial.
Since I brought it up last post, I thought now would be a good time to discuss “spoliation of evidence.” And, yes, it is ”spoliation” and not “spoilation.” In any case, Findlaw’s Legal Dictionary defines