Nevada Jury Instructions


[You are not to discuss or even consider whether or not the plaintiff was carrying insurance to cover medical bills, loss of earnings, or any other damages he claims to have sustained.]

[You are not to discuss or even consider whether or not the defendant was carrying insurance that would reimburse him for whatever sum of money he may be called upon to pay to the plaintiff.]

[Whether or not either party was insured is immaterial, and should make no difference in any verdict you may render in this case.]

NEV. J.I. 1.07

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