Nevada Jury Instructions: Personal Injury And Property Damage; Closing Instruction
PERSONAL INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE; CLOSING INSTRUCTION
Whether any of these elements of damage have been proven by the evidence is for you to determine. Neither sympathy nor speculation is a proper basis for determining damages. However, absolute certainty as to the damages is not required. It is only required that plaintiff prove each item of damage by a preponderance of the evidence.
NEV. J.I. 10.19
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