Comparative Negligence in Nevada

In Nevada, if a plaintiff’s negligence is greater than sum of defendants’ negligence or the plaintiff acted with gross negligence, plaintiff can have no recovery; otherwise, damages are diminished in proportion to the plaintiff’s fault. This is known as comparative negligence.  NRS 41.141.

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