Strategies, Challenges, and Answers

Using Proper Bluebook Citation When Referencing Nevada Law Blog Articles

Legal Blue BookWe gathered in the conference room of an upscale Plaintiff’s firm in Las Vegas. The attorneys exchanged their exhibits and agreed on discovery deadlines. As the meeting adjourned, the Pl aintiff’s attorney turned to me and said “So let me tell you a story about your Nevada Law Blogs.” I was all ears.

He explained that a few months earlier he was facing a defense motion in an underinsured motorist suit in the Clark County District Court. The attorney explained that the Defendant’s brief was well written. But it seemed unusually familiar. The attorney said he couldn’t immediately remember where he had seen the language in the brief before. [Continue reading]

Mills & Associates Joins With Phoenix Powerhouse Bauman Loewe Witt & Maxwell


Since 1997, Mills & Associates has provided exceptional legal service to clients in Nevada, Utah and Arizona.  In an effort to expand our reach, enhance efficiency and continue to deliver the best customer service, Mills & Associates will … [Continue reading]

Accepting A Release Signed By The Attorney And Not The Claimant Presents Risks

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The world is always in motion. And so are the people who inhabit it. Any more, people change homes and cars and jobs as often as they change their shirts. Plaintiffs’ attorneys occasionally encounter the problem of a lost client. They often learn … [Continue reading]

Season’s Greetings

Seasons Greetings

I really enjoy this time of year.  It means that I get to spend more time with my family and splurge eating some foods that I would otherwise shun. I hope that all of the readers of the Mills Law Blogs will also be sipping something warm, eating a … [Continue reading]

Sorry Insurance Adjusters. Only One Hat For You.

Public Adjusters

Problems arise when we try to wear two hats at the same time. Not only do the hats look silly, but neither one fits really well. The same rule is true as it applies to the insurance industry. Insurance professional are often prohibited from trying … [Continue reading]