Day & Nance

Day & Nance

The Henderson, Nevada law firm of Day & Nance was founded in 1987. The firm is committed to delivering the highest level of legal service to its clients, working aggressively to achieve the most favorable results possible in each matter.

Firm Overview

Since that time has become one of the more respected law firms in Clark County, Nevada. The firm has received an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell indicating the highest levels of skill and integrity among law firms. The personal injury lawyers at Day & Nance focus on civil litigation and personal injury matters, including appearances before all State and Federal Courts in Nevada, appellate work before the Supreme Court of Nevada and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. The firm employs experienced paralegals and other personnel to facilitate and expedite litigation procedures, and has made a strong commitment to technology. At the same time, the firm has limited its practice to certain areas of specialization, which enables the firm to provide quality legal representation to its clients in an efficient and cost effective manner.

Main Office

Main Office
1060 Wigwam Pkwy,

Henderson NV 89074

Phone

(702) 309-3333

Fax

(702) 309-1085

Office Information

Office Hours

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday

Office Manager

Brinley Richeson

Emergency After Hours

No

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish

Wrongful Death

In a wrongful death claim, the parties suing seek to recover monetary compensation for the following:

*Funeral expenses. These are limited to reasonable funerary and burial costs. *Medical expenses. Wrongful deaths aren't always immediate. In the case of medical malpractice and similar cases, it may take some time for the victim to die. This can rack up extensive medical bills for the family. *Property damage. In cases such as car accidents, the cost of repairing or replacing a vehicle may be included in the settlement claim. *Lost wages and benefits. In addition to losing household income, the death of a person spouse could result in the surviving spouse losing the deceased's pension fund. *Loss of companionship. Wrongful death suits account for more than financial losses, but the irreplaceable loss of a loved one. *Loss of benefits to heirs. For those who have a prearranged distribution of benefits to heirs, their death could lead to loss of these benefits for a variety of reasons.

Auto Accident

If you or a loved one have been involved in a car crash, there are a number of things you should do to protect your rights:

*Contact the police. The other driver may admit fault at the accident scene but a week later may decide that the accident was your fault. It is important to have a third party investigate the accident in support of the fact that the other driver was at fault. Failing to contact the police when there is property damage or injuries are involved could impact your insurance coverage. *Report the accident to your insurance carrier. It is important to let your insurance company know you have been involved in an accident. If the car accident attorneys at Day & Nance are handling the claim for you, they will be in touch with you insurance carrier to make sure the carrier has everything they need to evaluate and follow your claim. *Contact an attorney. If you have been involved in a Las Vegas car accident, contact the car accident lawyers at Day & Nance so they can assist you with your claim. It is important that your rights are protected and the lawyers at Day & Nance will assist you. *See a doctor. If you have been injured in an accident or you suspect you have been injured, you need to see a doctor right away for treatment and to document the fact that you have been injured. When you see the doctor, it is extremely important that you completely describe all of your symptoms so the injuries can be connected to the accident.

What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others?

Day & Nance has been handling personal injury claims for over 30 years. The firm has the preeminent Martindale Hubbell rating of AV. Day & Nance attorneys are members of the Nevada State Bar, United States District Court State of Nevada, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court bar.

Eric Day

Day & Nance

Eric is a personal injury attorney who is native to Las Vegas, Nevada and has been part of the Southern Nevada community for 38 years.

Eric graduated from the University of Nevada Las Vegas in 2006 with a degree in Finance. After graduating from UNLV, Eric worked in accounting and estimating for high value construction contracts. Eric also worked for the Internal Revenue Service as an auditor for the Small Business and Self-Employed Division. Eric attended Law School at the University of Idaho School of law where he graduated in 2013 with his juris doctorate degree. After obtaining his law degree, Eric attended Loyola Law School in Los Angeles where he received a Master of Laws in Taxation. Since graduation, Eric's practice has focused on personal injury litigation, civil litigation, tax litigation, tax planning and tax debt negotiation.

Eric has lectured throughout the U.S. and Asia on a variety of topics including asset protection and tax planning. He has successfully represented clients throughout the United States and Canada in the United States Tax Court. He has successfully represented audit clients in numerous state jurisdictions as well as before the federal government.

Eric is a member of the Nevada State Bar, Clark County Bar Association, and United States Tax Court Bar.

License

Bar Number: 13472
Nevada, 2014

Education

University of Idaho
Juris Doctorate, 2013

Steven Day

Day & Nance

Steven has been practicing law in Southern Nevada for over 30 years. He obtained bachelors degrees from the University of Utah in Fiance and Marketing, a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Utah and his Juris Doctorate degree from Utah as well. He has been specializing in civil litigation including personal injury. Steven is a member of the Nevada State Bar and the bar of the United States Supreme Court. He is admitted to practice in Nevada state courts, the United States District Court, District of Nevada, the United States 9th Circuit Court of Appeals and the United State Supreme Court. Steven has the preeminent rating of AV with Martindale Hubbell. Steven has been an instructor at the University of Nevada Las Vegas School of Law, LDS Business College, the University of Phoenix, and the Western Utilities Institute. Steven is married with 9 children, five of whom are also attorneys.

License

Bar Number: 3708
Nevada, 1988

Education

University of Utah
Juris Doctorate, Master Business Administration, Bachelors Finance, Marketing, 1987

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