“I've witnessed Anthony successfully argue in trial. He is a strong advocate for his clients. I recommend him to anyone who has been hurt.” - B.A.M. Esquire

“Anthony has focused his entire career on helping the little guy against the corporations. He is a zealous advocate and practices with passion. His experience speaks for itself.” - Brent Brinkerhoff

“I've known Anthony for over twenty years. Anthony's family is deeply rooted in Las Vegas and he truly wants to help the community.” - J.D. Esquire

“Anthony has adjudicated or settled millions of dollars for Las Vegas residents. His trial advocacy skills enable him to obtain settlements without having to go to court.” - J.B. Esquire

The Process

A complaint will be filed with the Eighth Judicial District Court. The file stamped complaint along with a summons will be served upon the at-fault party or an insurance company. Medical malpractice cases require an affidavit along with the complaint.

 

If your case is considered to be worth less than $50,000.00, it will be placed into Nevada’s arbitration program. If your case is worth more than $50,000.00, it will be exempted from the arbitration program. All cases may enter into binding arbitration or mediation if warranted.

 

Once service of process has been effectuated, the defendant will file an answer in response to the complaint. This will begin the discovery process. Each person or entity responds to written questions and requests. Depositions will take place outside of the courtroom. A deposition is where a person is asked questions by an attorney, under oath, in front of their attorney and a court reporter. Experts and rebuttal experts are hired and deposed.

 

At the end of discovery and before trial, papers will be filed with the court requesting the judge to exclude improper evidence and testimony. Other papers or motions will be filed with the Judge. The case will then be heard and decided by a jury. An Eighth Judicial District Coury Judge will preside over the proceedings.