This case involved an appeal from a district court judgment in a personal injury case, entered pursuant to a jury verdict which initially awarded the plaintiff $1,300 in damages. The plaintiff subsequently requested a new trial or, in the alternative, additur. The district court awarded the plaintiff an additur of $8,200 and prejudgment interest, without offering the defendant a new trial on damages.
Gibb, Jared R., "Summary of Lee v. Ball, 121 Nev. Adv. Op. 38" (2005). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 593.