The court considered whether proof of workers’ compensation payments paid in California could be admitted into evidence in a personal injury action in Nevada. Because both states have statutes governing this issue, the Court decided that the Nevada statute shall govern. Applying Nevada law, the Court concluded that evidence of the actual amount of the benefits paid should be admitted and a clarifying jury instruction should have been given.
LaBounty, Daniella, "Summary of Tri-County Equipment & Leasing v. Klinke, 128 Nev. Adv. Op. No. 33" (2012). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 169.