Strategies, Challenges, and Answers

We are Always Looking for One or Two More Good Clients . . . Even When Business is Great

The Missing PieceOne of the questions frequently asked is whether we are accepting new clients.

While the short answer is “Yes”, here is some additional information which many people find interesting.

Our law firm, Mills & Associates is committed to client service and quality legal representation for each and every client. That means that we only accept clients who we feel are a good match for our expertise, experience and areas of practice. [Continue reading]

Please Nominate “Nevada Insurance Law” For The 2014 ABA Journal Blawg 100 Award

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Since 2007, the American Bar Association has annually recognized 100 law blogs that are helpful, creative and engaging.  Mills & Associates believes that our Nevada Insurance Law blog should join the list of ABA Blawg Honorees in 2014. Before … [Continue reading]

Even Though An Employee Is A Supervisor, If Not A “Managing Agent”, Employer Not Liable For Punitive Damages For Employee’s Acts

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A night of fun at the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino turned into a nightmare for Dedric Holman and Christina Edwards. The two were enjoying some gambling in the pre-dawn hours of February 19, 1994. Dedric was sitting at a blackjack table when Christina … [Continue reading]

Insurers Do Not Need To Produce A Signed “Must Offer” Med-Pay Waiver Form

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As we explained in THIS EARLIER POST, Nevada obligates insurance companies that issue passenger car policies in the state to offer Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist coverage to its customers.  See also NRS 687B.145(2).  Insurance customers can reject … [Continue reading]

The Accident Report Favors Our Driver. Liability’s A Lock! Or Is It?

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A taxi cab hits the back of a small pickup truck.  Witnesses place blame on the cab.  The officer tickets the cabbie.  The officer prepares a traffic accident report.  The report says the cab driver is at-fault. When trial comes around, the judge … [Continue reading]