- Sep 22, 2015
Plaintiff Spoliates Evidence; Case Dismissed
Today a local court dismissed a product liability case brought against a mobility device manufacturer. A person with disabilities was u...Read More
- Sep 4, 2015
Court of Appeals Affirms Dismissal
Legal malpractice claims can harm a lawyer’s public and private reputations. A strong defense is important to protecting those hard e...Read More
- Aug 18, 2015
City Vindicated Before EEOC
In April 2012 a former City of West Wendover employee filed a discrimination claim against the City with the with the U.S. Equal Employm...Read More
Thorndal Armstrong Delk Balkenbush & Eisinger has had a strong Nevada presence for over 40 years.
Founded in Las Vegas in 1971, the firm has grown from two lawyers to nearly thirty. It expanded its statewide services in 1986 with the opening of the northern Nevada office in Reno. An additional office was opened in Elko in 1996 to further satisfy client demand in the northeastern portion of the state.
The firm’s lawyers have diverse talents and broad experience in all civil matters. In addition to experience litigating cases through trial and to the appellate level, the firm’s attorneys have served as arbitrators or mediators in literally thousands of cases. These varied experiences enhance the firm’s ability to understand the needs of its clients and represent their interests throughout Nevada in both state and federal court.
With a strong emphasis in civil defense litigation for insureds and self-insureds, including expertise in complex litigation, general business, commercial law, and industrial insurance defense, Thorndal Armstrong Delk Balkenbush & Eisinger is committed to providing thorough, efficient and effective legal services to its clients. Our experienced attorneys, combined with a highly capable professional support staff, allow the firm to represent clients on a competitive, cost-efficient basis.
- Oct 8, 2015
Practical Guidance for Nevada Insurers post-Hansen
At the end of last month, the Supreme Court of Nevada ruled an insured is entitled to independent counsel in situations where there is a...Read More
- Oct 2, 2015
Supreme Court Upholds Medical-Malpractice Reform
The Nevada Supreme Court has now reinforced the Legislature’s intent to limit recovery for medical malpractice damages to $350,000 and...Read More
- Sep 24, 2015
Nevada Adopts Cumis-like Requirements
Today the Supreme Court of Nevada decided it will follow the lead of other jurisdictions and require insurers to hire two different defe...Read More