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Auto Liability in Nevada Compared to Other States

Testimony for Nevada Auto Theft and Insurance Fraud Task Force

Published Jul 17, 2008

by Paul Heaton, Eric Helland

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This briefing extends previous RAND Institute of Civil Justice research and findings by focusing on the liability situation in Nevada. The briefing was prepared as testimony for the Nevada Auto Theft and Insurance Fraud Task Force and is intended to inform the Task Force about Nevada's liability situation relative to other states.

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