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What is the statute of limitations for wrongful death claims in Nevada?

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2014-10-06 23:34:54
2014-10-06 23:34:54

States have varying time frames in which a wrongful death suit can be brought. In Nevada an action for wrongful death must occur within two years to the day after the death.

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