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NV What is Small Claims Court?
In Nevada, small claims court is designed to resolve disputes involving lawsuits for money damages up to $5,000. Court procedures are informal and simple enough for a person to file a complaint or to answer a claim without a lawyer. The purpose of small claims court is to resolve disputes promptly. It ... Read more

Nevada Personal Injury Guidelines
A personal injury claim concerns allegations that an individual or a business entity was responsible for causing you physical injuries and should compensate you for economic and noneconomic damages. Legal causes of action that comprise personal injury cases include product defect claims, automobile accidents, ... Read more

Selling Your Nevada Home
You can try to sell your Nevada home on your own, but do you know all the state and local regulations? Failing to follow them could result in costly legal ramifications. Before selling your home in the Silver State, there are a number of things you should know. Your Real Estate Agent Can Help A real ... Read more

NV Collecting the Judgment
Don't think the small claims process is over just because you filed a claim, went to trial and won a court judgment. You may need to take action and spend money to enforce the judgment. Sometimes it's difficult or even impossible to enforce the judgment. After judgment is entered, the plaintiff becomes ... Read more

NV Alternatives to Small Claims Court
Suing someone in court isn't the only way to solve a legal problem. There are alternative ways to solve your legal problems outside of court. These alternatives are called alternative dispute resolution or ADR for short. ADR is a process in which a neutral person helps people resolve their case. ADR ... Read more

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