Thursday, December 3, 2015

Dangerous Weapons

You guys did a pretty good job covering the news in the comments on yesterday's post, but here are the links to keep them handy:

  • Grand jury hears evidence regarding Vicki Greco documents in relation to Brian Bloomfield case. [RJ]
  • A lawsuit was filed alleging two doctors engaged in civil racketeering to defraud insurance companies. [RJ]
  • More hearings in Washoe County to determine if a Las Vegas woman is brain dead. [RJ]
  • A Carson City judge ruled efforts to repeal Nevada Commerce Tax can advance. [Fox5Vegas]
  • Here's a link to the unpublished decisions issued by the NV Supreme Court yesterday.
  • Here's a link to NRS Chapter 202 dealing with dangerous weapons and firearms.

9 comments:

  1. Is anyone having problems getting onto wiznet?

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    1. The last part of last week and the weekend but today was back running.

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    2. Yeah - last week it was dodgy. This week it seems to be back to its normal crappy self.

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  2. Allstate has filed lawsuits like the one against Belsky and Tarquino all over the nation. They typically are targeting a few of the most egregious PI mills in every metropolitan area. In a few cases, they've enter into settlement agreements where the suit is dropped in exchange for an agreement by the clinic that no further billing by the clinic will be paid by Allstate med pay. Allstate apparently feels that it is sending a message to PI mills to watch out. This not new.

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    1. Seems like the arbitrary crap that Allstate would pull and will be opening itself up for bad faith actions. They should at least pretend to look at the claims and maybe pay some of the legitimate claims before just systemically denying all of them.

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    2. Allstate sucks!

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  3. Bad faith? Bad faith with respect to whom? They're paying the claims and covering their insured. Then they're going after the chiroquackers for lying about what treatments were necessary and fraudulently inflating bills. They stick a civil RICO action on top as a cherry, but they never go after their insured for going along with the scheme. They finished a case against Accident Injury Medical like a year or so back. The doctors got their asses kicked all over the place.

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    1. "doctors". That's funny

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  4. http://www.reviewjournal.com/opinion/columns-blogs/jane-ann-morrison/lawyers-poke-hardesty-falls-flat

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