Brian Nettles

Brian Nettles

Brian is the owner and founder of the Nettles Law Firm. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Hotel Administration from UNLV in 1996. He then attended the University of Dayton on an academic scholarship, where he was honored by his selection to the school’s Moot Court Team, and received his Juris Doctorate in 2000. Brian was admitted to the State Bar of Nevada in 2000, and to the bar of the United States District Court, District of Nevada, in 2005.

Brian has been honored as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer by The American Trial Lawyers Association in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.

Brian is currently 1 of 2 Nevada Governors on the American Association for Justice’s (AAJ) Board of Governors, and a Governor for the AAJ New Lawyers Division. He is also a Governor and Sustaining Member of the Nevada Justice Association (NJA), and a member of the Clark County Bar Association.

For more than a decade, Brian has been dedicated to helping injured victims and their families in the areas of Civil Litigation, Personal Injury, Workers’ Compensation, and Product Liability.

Outside of work, Brian spends time with his wife Angel, who is on the Advisory Board for FEAT (Families for the Effective Autism Treatment), their 4 kids and 2 dogs. He is an avid reader, enjoys traveling with Angel and kids, and loves the outdoors. Brian’s community involvement includes his role as a volunteer instructor for The People’s Law School, as well as supporting FEAT, Three Square, Habitat for Humanity and Toys for Tots. Brian counts himself as one of the legion of die-hard fans of the UNLV Running Rebels basketball program.

Recent Posts By Brian Nettles

Rapid Cash: Class-action lawsuit involving payday loan company

The Nevada Supreme Court was asked Tuesday to uphold a lower court ruling establishing a class-action lawsuit on behalf of as many as 16,000 people subjected to default judgments by a payday loan company. Attorney J. Randall Jones, representing the potential class on behalf of the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, told the court that the class-action status was proper and is the only way that thousands of Rapid Cash borrowers will see the merits of their claims resolved. The case is the result of claims by four lead plaintiffs who said Rapid Cash obtained default judgments against them …

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Lawsuit against Summerlin hospital reaches 172 plaintiffs

More than one hundred people have signed onto a lawsuit against Summerlin Hospital Medical Center in Las Vegas, where a group of employees, former patients and visitors may have been exposed to tuberculosis last year.   The lawsuit, filed in District Court in November, follows the death of a mother and her premature twins from the respiratory disease, which was initially undiagnosed by hospital staff. The suit accuses Summerlin Hospital of a lack of oversight and negligence for failing to screen patients, maintain proper infection controls or adequately respond once notified that a former patient had died from tuberculosis.   …

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NCAA Concussion Case Filed, 28 Former Players Seeking Relief

My friends Roger Orlando and Ronnie Mabra are doing good work, and here is a PR I just received from them:   Atlanta, GA  (November 22, 2013) – In a key filing today, more than 25 former college football players including lead Plaintiffs Jerry Caldwell from Georgia Tech and Johnny Brown from the University of Georgia have asked to hold the NCAA accountable for life altering brain injuries suffered on fields of play.    The lawsuit, filed in Federal Court in Atlanta, GA on behalf of all former college football players who are experiencing the same type of problems associated …

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Trucking Discovery – Part 1- RFP

Here is part one of a trucking RFP we use  – let me know if you have success with it. REQUESTS FOR PRODUCTION             Please produce the following: 1.         A copy of each document (as that term is defined above) referred to in your responses to Plaintiff’s First Interrogatories to Defendant MYLAR Industries, Inc. 2.         A copy of each insurance policy, including declarations page, that provides or may provide coverage for damages sustained in the Subject Incident. 3.         A copy of all correspondence that you have had with any insurer and/or adjuster regarding in any way the Subject Incident. …

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Defective Product Recalls: Children’s Products Sold in Las Vegas

In the five Old Navy stores in the Las Vegas Area, a type of Aqua Socks for toddlers has been recalled. The thin plastic shoes have a lack of tread on the bottom that can cause wearers to slip easily on wet or smooth surfaces. Two children suffered minor injuries due to falling wearing the Old Navy socks.   The Toddler Girl branded shoes were sold anywhere between $12 and $15 from February 2012 to June 2012. Customers can get a refund and a $10 coupon towards another Old Navy purchase by returning the Toddler Girl Aqua Socks to any …

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