Nevada Jury Instructions: Personal Injury; Pain And Suffering

PERSONAL INJURY; PAIN AND SUFFERING

The physical and mental pain, suffering, anguish and disability endured by the plaintiff from the date of the accident to the present [and the physical and mental pain, suffering, anguish and disability which you believe plaintiff is reasonably certain to experience in the future as a result of the accident].

NEV. J.I. 10.04

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