The Nevada Revised statutes mandate that medical and dental malpractice cases are adjudicated within two years after the date on which the action is filed (if the action is filed on or after October 1, 2005). Unless good cause is shown for the delay, if a party files a motion, the court shall, after due notice to the parties, dismiss the case. To help ensure that the statute is met, the Civil Division of District Court is hosting the annual medical and dental malpractice status check calendar on August 3, in courtroom 15D at the Regional Justice Center The calendar will start with older cases between A-07 and A-14 first at 8:30 a.m.; with a second session for A-14 to A-15 at 1 p.m. The court will attempt to set all med/mal cases not already scheduled.

Discover Commissioner Bonnie Bulla is available to address issues with Discovery and Medical Malpractice Presiding Judge Jerry Wiese II’s judicial executive assistant Tatyana Ristic will assist with other questions at 702-671-3633. Attorneys are asked to bring a list of their cases on which they will be appearing. To see the range of case numbers visit: http://www.clarkcountycourts.us/index.html. To see NRS 41A.061.1(b) visit: https://www.leg.state.nv.us/NRS/NRS-041A.html.